Our Mission

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Our Mission
St. Louis Community College expands minds and changes lives every day. We
create accessible, dynamic learning environments focused on the needs of our
diverse communities
Each year, nearly 100,000 students enroll in:
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College transfer courses.
Job skill and personal development classes.
College preparatory classes.
Specialized performance programs sponsored by local employers.
Need more information? Call us!
Call the location at which you plan to attend. Phone directories can be found
on these pages:
Florissant Valley: page 13
Forest Park: page 55
Meramec: page 101
Wildwood: page 151
William J. Harrison Education Center: page 163
South County Education & University Center: page 166
CREDIT CLASS SCHEDULE
Registration begins Wednesday, April 7, at 9 a.m.
Governed by a board of six elected trustees and supported by local taxes, state funds
and student fees, the college has an annual budget of more than $150 million. The
college is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central
Association of Colleges and Schools. St. Louis Community College focuses its
resources on helping students find the right academic and career pathways. Through
its alumni and community partnerships, the college is helping St. Louis become the
best place to live and work in the 21st century.
This schedule includes classes
for ALL STLCC Locations!
Florissant Valley - page 13
Forest Park - page 55
100104 2/2010
Register online:
Meramec - page 101
www.stlcc.edu
Wildwood - page 151
William J. Harrison
Education Center - page 163
Important Information!
South County Education and
University Center - page 166
How to read the class
schedule - page 3
Plus... Weekend and Late Start
Classes - page 174
Getting started at STLCC - page 4
STLCC One Card - page 11 and 162
GO GREEN! Help minimize waste at STLCC! If you don’t want
to keep this schedule, please place it back in the rack or on
the table so someone else can use it.
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Books for Fall 2010 classes will be available for purchase
beginning August 16.
Check book titles and anticipated prices online beginning August 2.
Not anymore.
Having a solid plan for covering the cost of college is important.
Opening Week Hours:
Monday, August 23 – Thursday, August 26; 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday, August 20 and 27; 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, August 21 and 28; 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
But the fact is, writing a check for the full cost can be a challenge.
Our Automatic Payment Plan takes the sting out of paying for college.
Regular Fall Hours:
Monday – Thursday; 7:30 a.m.-7 pm.
Friday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays.
Check out STLCC’s Automatic Payment Plan
This convenient, automatic payment plan is not a loan program, but a service that automatically deducts your maintenance fee
(tuition) from your bank account or credit card.
You must register for classes first before enrolling in the payment plan.
Advantages
• No interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no credit check
• Flexible payment options – the sooner you sign up, the more months you have to pay.
Book information is available at each store Web site.
Enrolling online is simple, secure, and easy. Go to www.stlcc.edu/PaymentPlan.
You'll need the following information:
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Student ID number
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Name, address, and e-mail address of the person
responsible for making the payments
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To create your own unique access code
Cost to participate
• $21 enrollment fee per semester
• $25 returned payment fee if a payment
is returned (ACH & credit card)
Pick up additional information
at the Cashiers office at each campus.
Account information for the person responsible
for payment.
- Bank name, telephone number, account number, and the
bank routing number for automatic bank payments (ACH)
- Credit card number and expiration date for credit card
payments
First day to enroll is April 7, 2010.
Plan
available:
April 7–June 18
April 7–July 17
April 7–August 5
April 7–August 24
Required down
payment
none
25%
40%
50%
Fall 2010 Book Buyback:
Monday, December 13 – Thursday, December 16; 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday, December 17; 8 a.m.-2p.m.
Monday, December 20; 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Tuesday, December 21; 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Number of
payments
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Months of
payments
July-Oct
Aug-Oct
Sept & Oct
Oct only
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St. Louis
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Florissant Valley • 314-513-4304 • www.flovalleybookstore.com
Forest Park • 314-951-9893 • www.forestparkbookstore.com
Meramec • 314-984-7660 • www.meramecbookstore.com
Wildwood • 636-422-2030 • www.wildwoodbookstore.com
NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT
St. Louis Community College is committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunities in its admissions, educational programs, activities and employment
regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era
veteran and shall take action necessary to ensure non-discrimination.
For information contact:
CBIL
Judy Koenig
Supervisor
Downtown Education Center
300 S. Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63102-2800
314-539-5360
Meramec
Paul Pai
Acting Vice President, Student Affairs
11333 Big Bend Road
St. Louis, MO 63122-5720
314-984-7609
Cosand Center/Employment
Patricia Henderson
Senior Manager of Employment
300 S. Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63102-2800
314-539-5214
Florissant Valley
Laura Sterman
Vice President, Student Affairs
3400 Pershall Road
St. Louis, MO 63135-1408
314-513-4250
Wildwood
Marilyn Taras
Manager of Student Services and
Student Activities
2645 Generations Drive
Wildwood, MO 63040-1168
636-422-2008
Section 54/Title II Coordinator
Dr. Donna Dare
Vice Chancellor for Academic and
Student Affairs
300 S. Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63102-2800
314-539-5286
Forest Park
Herb Gross
Vice President, Student Affairs
5600 Oakland Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-1316
314-644-9009
Individuals with speech or
hearing impairments may
call via Relay Missouri by
dialing 711.
ACCOMMODATIONS STATEMENT
St. Louis Community College makes every reasonable effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. If you have accommodation needs, please contact the Access office at the campus
where you are registering at least six weeks before the beginning of the class. Event accommodation requests should be made with the event coordinator at least two working days prior
to the event.
Table of Contents
Access – disAbility Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Advising and Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217-218
Assessment (What Test Should I Take Before I Register?) . . . 5
Attendance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Auditing a Class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Banner Self-Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Blackboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 190
Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside back cover
Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Career and Employment Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Child Care Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Children Unattended . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Clinical and Field Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
College Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Confidentiality of Student Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Course Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201-216
Credit Transfer Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Distance Learning Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190-200
Maps- . . . . District 12, FV14, FP56, M102, WW151
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HEC163, SCEUC166
Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Final Exam Schedule. . . FV15, FP57, M103, WW152
Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Financial Responsibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Firearms on College Property . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Florissant Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-54
Forest Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-100
General Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Graduation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
How to Read the Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Hybrid Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198-200
Mail/Fax Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219, 220
Meramec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101-150
New Student Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Non-Credit Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Online Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191-198
Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Refunds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 219, 220
Schedule Changes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 10
Service Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Smoking Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
South County Education
& University Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166-173
Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress . . . . 11
Student E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Student Grades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Student ID Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Study Abroad Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Substance Abuse Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Textbooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Veterans Education Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Weekend & Late Start Classes . . . . . . . . . . . 174-189
Wildwood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151-162
William J. Harrison Education Center . . . 163-165
Withdrawals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
NOTE: This schedule is published in order to provide information regarding registration, program/course enrollment and detailed semester
course offerings, but it is not a substitute for the catalog. Information on programs, course descriptions and the academic policies of St. Louis
Community College may be found in the STLCC Catalog. Catalogs are available for student review in the library and administrative offices
including the Admissions/Registration office and the Advising and Counseling offices as well as online at www.stlcc.edu/catalog. Up-to-date
course offerings can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive. The listings in this schedule are subject to change without notice.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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College Information
Fall 2010
College Information
St. Louis Community College
Fall 2010 Calendar
(Please note that there are various start and finish dates for classes during the semester.)
April 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fall 2010 FAFSA completion priority deadline
April 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Web and on-campus registration begins (9 a.m.)
April 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First day to sign up for the automatic payment plan
April 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mail/Fax registration begins
June 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Deadline for completion of financial aid paperwork
August 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mail/Fax registration ends
August 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Payment Due
August 20 . . . . . . . . . .Registration for senior citizens using Missouri Senior Scholarships begins
August 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Web registration ends (1 p.m.)
August 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Semester begins
August 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Saturday classes begin
August 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sunday classes begin
August 23-October 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Web registration continues for Late Start classes only
September 4-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Labor Day holiday (no classes)
September 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Late Start classes begin
October 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Graduation application deadline
October 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Midterm
October 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Midterm grades due
October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Midterm break (no classes)
October 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Spring 2011 Web and on-campus registration begins (9 a.m.)
October 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Spring 2011 Mail/Fax registration begins
November 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Withdrawal deadline for full semester classes
November 25-28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thanksgiving (no classes)
December 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day of semester classes
December 13-19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Final exams
Final Exam Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See pages FV15, FP57, M103, WW125
December 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Grades due
December 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Official degree conferral date
December 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day college open until January 3, 2011
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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How To Read The Schedule
Weekday Key
M = Monday
T = Tuesday
W = Wednesday
R = Thursday
F = Friday
S = Saturday
U = Sunday
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The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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College Information
St. Louis Community College
New Student Checklist •
www.stlcc.edu/get_started
Step ❐ Register for Classes
Step ❐ Apply For Admission
1
You can find an application at www.stlcc.edu/
selfservice or in the back of this schedule.
Transcripts are required for Regular status.
(See How Do I Apply for Admission for
explanation on Page 5.)
5
Step ❐ Apply Early For Financial Aid
2
Step ❐ Pay for College
Visit www.fafsa.edu.gov to apply for financial aid
and a personal identification number (PIN), or
you can request a paper copy of the FAFSA by
calling 1-800-433-3243. Be sure to use the
STLCC school code: 002469 when filling out the
online Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA).
6
After completing your FAFSA, check the status of
your financial aid application at www.stlcc.edu/
selfservice. (See What is My Financial
Responsibility? on Page 7 for more information
or visit www.stlcc.edu/financialaid.)
Step ❐ Activate your my.stlcc.edu student
7
Step ❐ Complete Assessment
Complete the Accuplacer assessment. (See What
Test Should I Take Before I Register? for
exceptions on Page 5.)
If you have a disability and need accommodations,
you should contact the Access office at the
campus(es) where you intend to take classes.
Documentation of disability will be required. For
more information, see www.stlcc.edu/disAbility.
e-mail account
Once you’ve registered, activate your my.stlcc.edu
student e-mail account. Go to www.stlcc.edu/
studentemail to get started. Your student e-mail
address is where you will receive all official
communication from St. Louis Community
College including financial aid updates, registration
deadlines, assignments, student worker payroll
stubs, library holds, overdue notices, etc. Your
my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address is also the
account that instructors use to communicate with
you.
Step ❐ Prepare for Class
8
Step ❐ Get Advisement
4
Pay for your courses in full by August 5 or you
will be dropped from your courses. (See How
Do I Pay? for payment options on Page 8.) After
August 5, payment is due at registration.
If you decide not to attend St. Louis Community
College, you are responsible for formally
withdrawing from your classes. (See Do I Get
Any Money Back If I Drop a Course? on Page
9). Financial aid recipients should contact the
Financial Aid office for more information.
April 1 is the STLCC priority completion date
for the FAFSA. All financial aid paperwork must
be completed by June 30 to guarantee fee
payment by the August 5 payment deadline.
3
Registration can be completed online at
www.stlcc.edu/selfservice, in person at any
campus, South County Education & University
Center, or via mail/fax (form located at back of
schedule). Registration deadlines are strictly
enforced. (See Fall 2010 Calendar on Page 2.)
See an advisor. All students are encouraged to
meet with an academic advisor to discuss
program requirements, scheduling and transfer
related issues. Plan ahead. (See Should I See an
Academic Advisor Before I Register? on Page 6.)
• Have your ID picture taken for your STLCC
OneCard in the Campus Life office at any
campus or the Information Desk at Wildwood
and SCEUC. Parking tags will also be issued at
this time.
• Purchase books in person through the
college bookstores or online at
www.stlouisccbookstore.com.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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How Do I Apply For Admission?
Non-High School Graduates
Students who have not graduated from high school are eligible for admission as a
generalstudent provided they are at least 17 years of age.
To apply for regularstatus they must meet the following criteria:
•
Provide official high school transcripts
•
Meet the Federal “ability-to-benefit” test scores on Accuplacer, or
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Complete six credit hours of college level (100 level or above)
coursework with a “C” or better in each course
Under extenuating circumstances, applicants who do not meet the above criteria
may be considered for admission by the administrator responsible for admissions.
Applicants for St. Louis Community College may apply as either a Regular or
General student.
A Regular student’s goals:
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Enrolling for 1-18 credit hours during the fall or spring semester, 12 hours for
summer
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Wanting to work toward an associate degree, certificate of proficiency or
certificate of specialization
•
Applying for financial aid, veterans benefits or A+ program
•
Participating in intercollegiate athletics
•
Applying as an international student on a student visa
Non-Traditional High School Graduates
Applicants for admission who have completed a home schooling or other
educational course of study that is not accredited by a state board of education or
by one of the accrediting agencies listed in the International Registry of Accredited
Schools are eligible for admission as a generalstudent provided they are at least 17
years of age.
To apply for regularstatus they must meet the following criteria:
•
Provide official high school transcripts
•
Meet the Federal “ability-to-benefit” test scores on Accuplacer, or
•
Complete six credit hours of college level (100 level or above)
coursework with a “C” or better in each course
Under extenuating circumstances, applicants who do not meet the above criteria
may be considered for admission by the administrator responsible for admissions.
To apply as a Regular student:
•
Submit an application for admission.
•
Submit transcripts from high school and/or colleges attended. If
applicable, submit GED test scores. High school transcripts or
GED scores are not required if a student has 15 or more hours
of transferable college credit.
•
Complete the Accuplacer test. (See What Test Should I Take
Before I Register? for exceptions.)
A General student’s goal:
•
Enrolling for 1-18 credit hours during the fall or spring semester,
12 hours for summer
•
Not working toward a degree
A General student may apply for regular status at a later time and credits earned as
a General student may later be applied toward a degree or a certificate if the
courses taken are part of the program requirements.
Dual Enrollment
High school juniors and seniors may attend classes through the Dual Enrollment
program, which provides students an opportunity to take courses not offered in
their high school or to continue a course series beyond the level offered in high
school. Eligible students may earn college credit hours before the time they would
normally begin college. Students must fulfill the following requirements:
•
Complete dual enrollment application.
•
Discuss definite course or interest with counselor/principal.
•
Obtain required signatures from parent/guardian and authorized
school official.
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Have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.0 or higher.
•
Submit copy of high school transcript.
To apply as a General student:
•
Submit an application for admission.
•
Provide additional documents upon request.
•
Complete the Accuplacer test. (See What Test Should I Take
Before I Register? for exceptions.)
Send applications and transcripts to Admissions/Registration office at campus of choice.
Former St. Louis Community College Students
Former students not enrolled during the preceding semester may re-enroll by
submitting an application for readmission to the Admissions/Registration office prior
to registration. Depending on courses previously completed, re-enrolling students
may be required to take the Accuplacer test. For further information, contact the
Admissions/Registration office.
International Applicants
International students who wish to come to the United States under an educational
visa, or who are already in the United Stated under visas that would allow
educational pursuits may be admitted to the college. Applicants must meet minimum
English language, educational, financial and health insurance requirements specified by
the college. Applicants should request the international student packet from the
Admissions/Registration office and follow the procedures outlined.
NOTE: Files for students who have not attended St. Louis Community College
within five years will be destroyed; however, recorded grades earned at
St. Louis Community College will be retained. Students may be required to resubmit
applicable transcripts from high school as well as colleges or universities.
Non-Native English Speakers
After submitting an application, applicants who speak English as a second language
must take the standardized ESL placement test, complete a writing sample and have
a personal interview. Contact the Assessment Center to schedule an appointment.
What Test Should I Take Before I Register?
Assessment is required prior to advisement and registration. St. Louis Community
College uses Accuplacer, a computerized placement test. Accuplacer gives
essential information about academic skills and needs. Test results indicate
whether students are college ready or will be required to complete one or more
preparatory courses in reading, writing or mathematics.
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An appropriate SAT score earned within the last 3 years:
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A critical reading score of 500 or above to waive the reading
and writing tests
•
A math score of 580 or above to waive the math test
If documentation cannot be provided, students will be required to take
the appropriate placement test(s). Scores will remain valid up to three
years from the semester in which the test was taken; thereafter, students
will be required to retake the Accuplacer test. Call the Assessment
Center for a testing schedule: Florissant Valley 314-513-4292,
Forest Park 314-644-9233, Meramec 314-984-7596,
Wildwood 636-422-2000, SCEUC 314-984-7200.
The Accuplacer is required of all students unless academic credentials are
submitted that qualify students to take such courses without testing.
The college may waive all or part of the entry assessment if students provide
written documentation of one of the following:
•
A college transcript or grade report documenting successful
completion (with a C grade or higher) of reading, writing or
mathematics course prerequisites
•
A college degree from an accredited institution
•
An appropriate ACT score earned within the last 3 years:
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A composite score of 21 or above to waive the reading and
writing tests
•
A math score of 23 or above to waive the math test
Some selective admission programs may require additional testing for
admissions purposes.
Applicants with a disability, who require accommodations for the entry
assessment, should present documentation of disability and complete an
application for services through the Access office.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Should I See an Academic Advisor Before I Register?
All other students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to
ensure their success in achieving academic goals. Academic advisors can help
you with:
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Course selection
•
Degree requirements
•
Schedule planning
•
Academic policies
•
Program planning
•
Transfer credit
•
Course placement
The following students are required to see an academic advisor or counselor:
•
Students receiving federal financial aid.
•
Students applying to a selective admission program such as Nursing,
Dental Hygiene, Radiologic Technology and Funeral Service.
•
Students who do not have the appropriate prerequisite for a
specific course. If you completed a course prerequisite at another
college, you must provide proof in the form of a transcript, grade
report, test score report, current schedule or other appropriate
documentation. For more information, call the Advising office. (See
pages FV13, FP55, MC101, WW151.)
Should I See a Counselor?
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•
•
A staff of well-qualified counselors can assist students in planning their
college career as well as dealing with problems that may come up with
attending school. Counselors are available by appointment or as needed for a
crisis situation.
Balance the roles of student, parent, spouse and/or employee.
Manage stress and test anxieties.
Resolve personal problems or issues that may be getting in the
way of college success.
It is the responsibility of the student to make sure all course prerequisites are
met before registering. A prerequisite is a requirement or other condition
that must be met prior to entering a course. Prerequisites are listed at the
end of each course description. If more information is needed, please contact
the Advising office.
Students on academic probation (GPA below 2.0) or restricted
probation are required to see a counselor.
Counselors can help students:
•
Make decisions about educational and career goals.
How and When Do I Register for Classes?
On-Campus Registration
Begins April 7, 9 a.m.
Mail/Fax Registration
April 8 - August 5
Complete a registration form available at the back of this course schedule.
Classes begin throughout the semester. Students may register for a class up to the close of business the day before a class begins.
Can I Register Online?
For those who already know how to use Banner Self-Service:
1.
Go to www.stlcc.edu/SelfService/.
2.
Log in using student identification number and personal identification
number (PIN).
3.
Select Student Services & Financial Aid.
Online Registration
April 7 9 a.m. - August 21, 1 p.m.
St. Louis Community College’s online registration system is Banner
Self-Service.
Students may NOT register online if they:
•
Are academically suspended or are on academic or restricted probation.
All students in these categories need to see a counselor.
•
Have a financial obligation to the college.
•
Are registering under any special arrangements
(including senior citizen benefits and international students).
•
Have not met the course prerequisite.
•
Are auditing a class.
A tutorial on the registration process is now available on the St. Louis
Community College Web site. To use the tutorial, follow these steps:
1. Go to www.stlcc.edu/sct-erp/.
2. Under the right column, click on “Tutorials”
Get out o
and get o f line
nline!
Save time – register online.
Registration & Information Banner Self-Service - www.stlcc.edu/SelfService
Interactive Schedule - www.stlcc.edu/interactive
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How Much Will It Cost?
Fees Per
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•
•
•
Credit Hour
District residents
Other Missouri residents
Out-of-state residents
International students
•
$ 83
$123
$158
$168
•
•
Paycheck from employer with employee’s home address as part of
check information.
Proof of checking account with home address printed on checks.
Utility bill showing home address.
Refer all questions concerning residency to the Admissions/Registration
office.
These fees (which are subject to change without notice) include maintenance
and other fees. Any books, materials or special equipment which may be
required for classes are at the expense of the student.
Additional/Optional Fees
•
Returned check fee – if a bank returns a check as uncollectible, a
$20 fee will be owed along with the original balance. A financial
hold will be placed against the student’s record and the student
may be dropped from class until this debt has been cleared.
•
MoPIRG (Meramec classes only) – assessed fees include an
optional/non-refundable $7 payment to the Missouri Public
Interest Research Group (MoPIRG). Students may decline to pay
the fee BEFORE making a payment. Students paying for classes
online, who want to decline contributing to MoPIRG, should
deduct $7 from the amount due.
Because much of the support for the St. Louis Community College comes
from state funds and local taxes, students who live within the service area of
the college pay a small part of the cost for their education.
St. Louis Community College Service Area
The district service area includes the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County and
portions of Franklin and Jefferson counties, which are part of the Meramec
Valley R-3 School District and the Rockwood R-6 School District.
Definition of Residency
•
An unemancipated student who has not attained the age of 21 and
is under the care, custody or support of the individual or individuals
having legal custody of the student and who lives in the district.
•
An emancipated minor student who has not attained the age of 21
and who is not under the care, custody and support of an individual
or individuals having legal custody, but who lives in the district.
•
An adult student who has attained the age of 21 years and has
established residence within the St. Louis Community College District.
•
A non-immigrant unemancipated minor alien student, holding a visa
type B, F, H (except H-1B), J, M, O-2, P or Q, and who is a legal
dependent of an individual(s) who holds permanent alien status, or
who holds a visa in a category other than those specified above and
who lives within the district.
•
A non-immigrant alien holding a visa in a category other than those
specified above will be assessed in-district fee if he/she has
established residence within the district.
Fee Reduction for Senior Citizens
Persons 60 years or older, who are residents of the St. Louis Community
College district, may enroll in most credit courses at a 50 percent reduction
in the usual fees. Reduction must be applied for at time of registration.
Proof of
form of:
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•
•
•
•
•
Registration for senior citizens using Missouri senior scholarships begins
August 20.
Missouri Senior Scholarships
Senior citizens 65 years of age or older, who are residents of Missouri, may
audit credit courses on a space available basis for a $15 non-refundable
registration fee
Students pay all other costs such as materials, books and supplies. Proof of
age and residency are required. Student must enroll for an audit grade (no
credit).
If a senior resident student of the St. Louis Community College district wants
credit, one-half of the maintenance fee will be charged. Students may not receive
a refund for a paid course in order to enroll for a free space in that same course.
residency must be submitted by 1 p.m. August 21 in the
Missouri voter registration.
Missouri domicile lease/deed.
Missouri automobile registration.
Missouri driver’s license with current address.
Missouri personal property tax receipt.
Marriage license and any of the above documentation identifying
district residence of spouse.
Fees for International Students
Fees for international students residing in this country on non-immigrant visas
will be assessed according to their visa category and their residency. Those
with a permanent resident visa will be charged district fee rates based upon
appropriate documentation.
What Is My Financial Responsibility?
As an STLCC student, you are responsible for paying all college fees to
ensure that your classes are not dropped. Your registration is not complete
until payment is received in full.
Payment deadlines
If you enroll:
April 7 - August 5
If you register for a class and decide not to attend a class, you must officially
drop the class within the refund deadlines. (See Do I Get Money Back If I
Drop a Course on Page 9.) Otherwise you will be charged in full for the
course and will not receive a refund. Any student with an outstanding
balance due for maintenance fees will not be able to continue in class,
register for future classes, obtain a transcript or diploma.
You must pay or make payment
arrangements:
By 8 p.m. August 5, or your classes
will be dropped.
August 6 - August 20
By the end of the day, or your classes will
be dropped.
August 21
By 1 p.m., or your classes will be dropped.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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How Can I Make Changes After I Register?
Changes in Class Schedule
Students who have registered may drop, add or substitute classes during the
published registration times. For any class that is added to a schedule after
August 5, fees must be paid the day the changes are made to avoid being
dropped from that class unless you have signed up for the automatic
payment plan.
Withdrawal Deadlines
Length of Class
15 weeks
14 weeks
13 weeks
12 weeks
11 weeks
10 weeks
9 weeks
8 weeks
7 weeks
6 weeks
5 weeks
4 weeks
3 weeks
2 weeks
1 week
Course Withdrawals
Students wishing to withdraw from a course must submit an
Add/Drop/Withdrawal form in person. A copy of this form will be returned
to students to keep for their records. “W” grades will be recorded for all
course withdrawals submitted after the 100 percent refund period
established by the college.
Students who have registered for a course and are listed on the official class
roster and fail to attend that class within the first two weeks shall be
administratively withdrawn from the course. Such a withdrawal will be
transcripted, and in accordance with present policy, no refund will be issued.
Withdrawal by Friday of:
12th week
11th week
10th week
9th week
9th week
8th week
7th week
6th week
6th week
5th week
4th week
3rd week
2nd week
1st week
3 working days
How Do I Pay?
Methods of Payment
• Automatic Payment Plan: Enroll after registration at
www.stlcc.edu/paymentplan.
• Online: credit/debit (with a MasterCard or Visa logo) card or ACH using
checking/savings account at www.stlcc.edu/selfservice
• In person: at the Cashier’s office
• U.S. Postal Service: Mail to the Cashier’s office
• Telephone: Cashier’s office – credit/debit (with a MasterCard or Visa logo)
card or ACH
• Drop box: Check or credit card only – no cash please
☛ Forest Park – hallway next to Cashier’s office inside Student Center
☛ Florissant Valley – Campus Police
☛ Meramec – main entryway at Clark Hall
☛ Wildwood – Student Services Room 105
Fees may be paid by cash, check, money order, debit card (with a MasterCard or
Visa logo), VISA, MasterCard, Discover or financial aid (by previous arrangement).
In addition, the college accepts online payments when using a debit card and the
credit cards mentioned above or (ACH automatic clearing house) payments
using checking or savings account information. All checks will be converted to
an electronic Automatic Clearing House (ACH) transaction whether the
payment was made in person, mailed, placed in a drop box or online.
The college also has a payment plan for maintenance fees available for a $21 fee
per semester. (See the ad on the inside front cover for more information
concerning the payment plan.)
You will be dropped from your courses unless all fees are paid in full by the
payment due date or you have enrolled in the payment plan. Check with the
campus Cashier’s office concerning fee payment.
You CAN
afford coll
ege.
Find out how.
It all starts with the FAFSA.
The FAFSA—the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid—is the application to
determine eligibility for federal, state and
grants, educational loans and work-study
programs.
Fall 2010
Financial Aid
Application Deadlines
• April 1
STLCC’s priority completion of FAFSA for
spring semester
• April 30
Board of Trustees Academic Scholarship
application deadline
• June 30
ust be
complete to guarantee disbursement of
• July 31
Board of Trustees Activity and Athletic
Scholarships application deadline
Deadlines for Spring 2011
• November 1
ant programs
• November 30
www.fafsa.ed.gov or request a paper
application by calling 1-800-4-FED-AID
(1-800-433-3243)
FAFSA, use the St. Louis Community
College school code: 002469.
ust be
complete to guarantee disbursement of
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How Do I Get Financial Aid In Time To Meet the Payment Deadline?
All financial aid applicants must be admitted to the college as Regular
students. This includes submitting transcripts from high school, GED, and/or all
colleges previously attended, and completion of placement test requirements.
If you complete your financial aid file after June 30, you must pay your fees by
August 5 to ensure that classes are not dropped. If your financial aid award,
scholarship, or payment from an external source is not available for any
reason or is insufficient to pay all your fees, you must pay the balance in full.
If you wish to apply for student financial aid (including grants, loans A+
program and work-study), you will need to complete the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov by April 1. You will need to
submit all financial aid documents no later than June 30 to guarantee
disbursement of funds by the beginning of the summer semester.
You can enroll in the e-cashier Automatic Payment Plan at www.stlcc.edu/
selfservice. You may be eligible for the Pending Aid Payment Plan if you have
submitted a FAFSA.
Information about financial aid, scholarships, federal grants, loans, work study
and Missouri state programs is available at www.stlcc.edu/financialaid.
Your registration is not complete until payment is received in full. You can
view your financial aid status at www.stlcc.edu/selfservice.
Do I Get Any Money Back If I Drop a Course?
Refunds
Students withdrawing from a course prior to or during the early part of the
semester will be eligible for a refund of fees based on the following schedule:
For full semester classes: 100% refund
August 21 (1 p.m.)
80% refund
August 27
50% refund
September 10
0% refund
September 13 and after
For off-schedule classes:
A 100 percent refund will be issued through the end of the day before class
begins. (A “day” is defined as a working day.)
80% refund
50% refund
Length of course
through the end of the through the end of the
15 wk session
1st wk of session
3rd wk of session
14 wk session
1st wk of session
3rd wk of session
13 wk session
1st wk of session
3rd wk of session
12 wk session
1st wk of session
3rd wk of session
11 wk session
1st wk of session
2nd wk of session
10 wk session
1st wk of session
2nd wk of session
9 wk session
1st wk of session
2nd wk of session
8 wk session
4th day of session
2nd wk of session
7 wk session
3rd day of session
1st wk of session
6 wk session
3rd day of session
1st wk of session
5 wk session
2nd day of session
1st wk of session
4 wk session
2nd day of session
1st wk of session
3 wk session
1st day of session
3rd day of session
2 wk session
1st day of session
2nd day of session
1 wk session
1st day of session
None
Refunds are returned to the source used to pay for the course(s), normally
within three weeks.
Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) Recipients
Title IV of the Federal Higher Education Act (HEA) requires that students who
receive federal grants (Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational
Opportunity Grant) and federal loans repay some of their federal financial aid if they
do not attend class through 60 percent of the term. Most students who do not
attend at least one class through the 60 percent point of the term will owe some of
their Title IV aid back to the U.S. Department of Education. Please refer to the
college Web site for more information about the return of unearned Title IV funds as
required by HEA Title IV law and regulations.
Medical/Job Related Withdrawals
If you withdraw from all classes for medical or job-related reasons, you may
receive a pro-rated refund when acceptable evidence of the necessity to withdraw
(verified by your physician/employer) is presented. An instruction sheet detailing the
procedure is available from the Admissions/Registration office.
Active Duty Military Service
A refund for classes in progress will be issued to students forced to withdraw as a
result of being called to active duty military service. It is the responsibility of the
student to complete withdrawal procedures and submit a copy of military orders.
General Education
and knowledge they have acquired throughout their general education program.
The capstone may be interdisciplinary context and allows for some exit assessment.
General education provides students the opportunity to explore a variety of
disciplines and introduces them to the fundamentals of a college education from
the perspectives of different subject areas. In addition to giving students a broad
foundation that prepares them for any future area of study, it helps them discover
the subjects they are most interested in and might want to major in when
transferring to a four-year institution.
The college Web site www.stlcc.edu/programs provides more information on the
general education program.
St. Louis Community College General Education Course
Requirements
FOUNDATION COURSES – 13 credit hours required
IDS:101 Cornerstone
ENG:101 College Composition I or
ENG:104 Honors College Composition I
COM:101 Oral Communication I or
COM:107 Public Speaking
MTH:160 College Algebra (or higher, except 165 and 166)
Students who complete the general education requirements will have “Missouri
General Education Requirements” noted on their transcripts. Students who
achieve their certification will have satisfied all general education requirements at
any Missouri public college or university to which they may transfer, except the
University of Missouri-Columbia.
The program begins at the foundation level with a cornerstone course, a threecredit course that introduces students to the overall goal of general education and
will explore the moral and ethical values of a diverse society in order to
understand their own decision-making process. The remaining foundation courses
allow students to build the skills they need as they move through the curriculum.
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
4 credits
MAIN FLOOR COURSES – 25-28 credit hours required
Humanities and Fine Arts – 6 hours required
Life and Physical Sciences – 7-10 hours required
(one class with lab required)
Social and Behavioral Sciences – 9 hours required
(Three hours must meet Missouri State Requirement.)
General Education Electives
The program continues with main floor courses that make up the bulk of the
general education program. Each course addresses institutional competencies for
the appropriate knowledge goal and reinforces at least one skill goal. Two of the
main floor courses must be speaking-intensive and two must be writing-intensive.
Refer to the semester credit class schedule to find such courses. Some classes
satisfy both speaking and writing intensive requirements.
CAPSTONE COURSE – 4 credit hours
IDS:201
The four-credit capstone provides a culminating experience for the general
education program. It provides an opportunity for students to use all of the skills
For the latest updated list of approved General Education courses, check the college’s
Web site at: www.stlcc.edu/programs or contact a counselor or advisor.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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General Information
Access Office – disAbility Support Services
The college offers support services for students who have documented
disabilities of a temporary or permanent nature. The Access office provides the
following services: individual advising and counseling; coordination of needed
classroom accommodations; interpreters, readers and writers; consultation with
faculty and staff members regarding accommodation needs; and liaison with
community professionals and agencies.
question the accuracy or appropriateness of their records, a form requesting
a challenge is available in the Admission/Registration office. With certain
exceptions, records cannot be released without prior consent. If students do
not want directory information released, they must notify the Admissions/
Registration office on the first day of each term during which the student
wishes the withholding to be effective.
Credit Transfer Policy
•
To transfer courses to St. Louis Community College:
Currently enrolled students must request transcripts of previously
earned credit be sent directly to the Admissions/ Registration
office. Hand-carried or faxed copies will not be accepted. When
all transcripts are on file, students must submit a request to have
their transcripts evaluated.
To qualify for services, students must identify themselves to the Access office and
provide current written documentation of a disability from a qualified
professional or agency. This should be done at least six weeks prior to the
beginning of each semester to ensure that accommodations can be in place
when classes begin.
For more information, see www.stlcc.edu/disAbility or call your campus Access
office at the campus of your choice.
Attendance
Students are expected to attend classes. Excessive absences, as determined by
the instructor, may result in a failing grade for any course.
•
Auditing a Class
The fee for auditing a course is the same as the maintenance fee; AUDIT (T) is an
enrollment status rather than a grade. Students may register for audit status in a course
or change from audit to credit status, or credit to audit status during the refund period.
Students registering online must make the switch from credit to audit in person at the
Admissions/Registration office during the same refund period.
A transfer student may invoke the transfer appeals process to
challenge an institutional decision on the acceptance of credit(s)
from regionally accredited Missouri public colleges and universities.
Contact the St. Louis Community College vice chancellor of
academic and student affairs for more information.
To transfer courses to another institution:
Students planning to transfer credits to another college or
university should contact the college or university prior to
enrollment. Course transferability is determined by the accepting
institution.
Firearms on College Property
Except for licensed police officers, no person shall possess or carry any
firearm, visible or concealed, on college property (including college buildings
and grounds – leased or owned by the college – college athletic fields and
parking lots) or in any college van or vehicle or at college sponsored events.
Banner Self-Service
The college uses Banner Self-Service, which contains student information
such as class enrollment, financial aid information and personal information.
Enrollment information in Banner Self-Service is transmitted to Blackboard
daily.
Graduation Applications
Students who expect to graduate at the end of a given term must file an
application for their degree or certificate in the Admissions/Registration
office. The deadlines are March 1 for spring, June 20 for summer and October
1 for fall.
Blackboard Classes
The college uses Blackboard Course Management where important course
information like syllabi and assignments are posted.
Students should meet with an advisor or counselor to review the graduation
requirements for the desired degree or certificate. When the Graduation Application
has been completed and signed by the student and an academic advisor or
counselor, the student must return the application to the Admissions/Registration
office.
Career and Employment Services
St. Louis Community College provides employment services to assist students
in job hunting, interviewing and securing employment.
Child Care Services
The college offers licensed services for children of students. For more
information, contact the Child Development Center at Florissant Valley.
All associate degree applicants for graduation are required to complete an
exit assessment test, the purpose of which is the improvement of instruction
and student learning. Prospective graduates participate in an assessment
session conducted in a group setting. Each participant completes a general
education inventory and a survey of college outcomes. You may contact the
Assessment office at the campus of your choice for additional information
and to schedule an appointment. There is no charge to the student for this
service.
Children Unattended
Students are not permitted to bring children to class; nor should children be
left unattended in the halls, offices, library, Student Center or any other
location on campus. The college reserves the right to protect the safety and
welfare of unattended children and will institute appropriate action.
Clinical and Field Work
Some degree and certificate programs require students to obtain clinical or
other field experience as part of their course work. Students with criminal
convictions or drug use may have difficulty progressing in these programs.
Healthcare facilities, educational facilities and other field
experience settings may mandate that a criminal background
check and/or drug screening check (at the student’s expense) be
conducted prior to placement in a clinical or field setting.
Students not passing these checks may be prohibited from
participating in the clinical or field experience, thus rendering the
student ineligible to satisfactorily meet the course/program
requirements. Students should contact an academic advisor or the
program chair/coordinator for further details.
Non-Credit Courses
Students interested in adult education courses at St. Louis Community
College should contact the Continuing Education office. Non-credit courses
are listed in a separate schedule.
Parking
Parking tags are required on all vehicles using campus parking facilities. Parking
tags are available in the Campus Life office at Florissant Valley, Forest Park and
Meramec and the Student Services office at Wildwood. Parking tags are
permanent and are to be kept from one semester to another. Replacement
tags are $3. Accessible parking is available for students with physical
disabilities who have state parking authorization.
Schedule Changes
Students may register for open classes up until the close of business the day
before a class starts. However, students should be aware that St. Louis
Community College reserves the right to change the schedule, including fees
and instructor assignment, and to cancel classes appearing in the schedule.
Decisions to conduct or cancel courses are made based upon enrollment
levels in class sections. When a course is canceled, staff will contact students
by telephone and advise them of their options.
Confidentiality of Student Records
St. Louis Community College has a duty to maintain accurate and confidential
student records. The college recognizes students’ rights to have access to
their own educational records; moreover, the college limits such access by
others in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of
1974. Students may review their official educational records by submitting a
written request to the Admissions/Registration office. For those wishing to
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General Information (cont’d.)
Service Learning
Service-Learning/Civic Engagement is a teaching and learning method of
action and reflection that connects the student’s academic study with
problem-solving experiences in local community settings using the
community as a textbook. Students who are interested in learning more
about the program should contact the Service-Learning/Civic Engagement
Coordinator on their campus.
Student ID Cards
All students enrolled in credit courses are required to activate a STLCC
OneCard. Photos can be taken in the Campus Life office at any campus, or
the Information Desk at Wildwood. This card is the college’s disbursement
card for payments/refunds to student accounts. The card is required for
checking out library books and other materials; for use of the game room,
recreational facilities, and learning labs; attending student activities and
sporting events; and for personal check approval. Initial cards are free.The
cost to replace a OneCard is $20.
Smoking Regulations
St. Louis Community College has adopted a NO SMOKING policy. Smoking
is permitted outside buildings only at Florissant Valley and Forest Park.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the perimeter at Meramec.
Wildwood is a tobacco-free campus. No consumption of tobacco is allowed
on any campus property.
Substance Abuse Policy
Students are subject to the rules of accountability imposed by federal, state
and local laws. Use of, being under the influence of, possession of, or
distribution of alcohol beverages or illegal drugs on campus or at collegesponsored function will result in disciplinary action.
Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress
All currently enrolled students are expected to make satisfactory academic
progress. Students with a cumulative grade point average below 2.0 will be
placed on academic probation.
Textbooks
Textbooks for all on-campus and off-campus classes will be available in the
bookstore and at www.stlouisccbookstore.com.
Student E-mail
St. Louis Community College offers free e-mail accounts for all current
credit students through my.stlcc.edu student e-mail. All official
communication from STLCC to students is sent to my.stlcc.edu student
e-mail addresses including financial aid updates, registration deadlines,
assignments, student worker payroll stubs, library hold pick up and overdue
notices, etc. The my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address is also the account that
instructors use in Blackboard. Students must activate their e-mail account to
access their information. Visit www.stlcc.edu/studentemail for information on
how to get started.
Transcripts
STLCC transcript request forms are available at the Cashier’s office at
Florissant Valley and Forest Park, the Admissions/Registration office at
Meramec, and the Information Desk at Wildwood. Students may choose to
mail a written request directly to Central Student Records, 5600 Oakland
Avenue, Room B-13, St. Louis, MO 63110. A $5 fee is
charged for each transcript requested.
Veterans Education Benefits
Students applying for Veterans Education Benefits
must contact the Veterans representative in the
Admissions/Registration office on campus. Students
who wish to receive Veterans Education Benefits
must have Regular student status and must
declare a program of study.
Your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail account can be forwarded to another
personal e-mail account. See FAQs at www.stlcc.edu/studentemail.
Student Grades
Students may view their grades online by visiting www.stlcc.edu/selfservice
and logging into their student account. If a paper copy of grades is required,
students may request a duplicate grade mailer from the Admissions/
Registration office.
Study Abroad Opportunities
Explore Your World!
St. Louis Community College offers short- and long-term study abroad programs in different regions of the
world. Participating students earn college credit and gain knowledge and experience while exploring other
cultures and countries.
Deadlines
Registration and payment schedules for study abroad are significantly different from deadlines for campus-based courses due to travel
arrangements and deadlines imposed by vendors. Please plan ahead!
General notes:
• Cost of the short-term programs (10-20 days) usually ranges from $2,000-$4,000 per person.
• Semester abroad programs cost around $5,900 plus air fare and insurance.
• Maintenance fees are in addition to the program costs.
• Early deposits are required. Non-refundable restrictions and cancelation penalties may apply.
• Programs require a minimum of 12 participants.
• Students should check with the Financial Aid office to determine if they qualify for financial aid.
• Students need a valid passport to participate. Visit http://travel.state.gov/passport for more information on U.S. passports.
• Additional programs may be available.
St. Louis Community College Study Abroad Programs Fall 2010:
Location
Dates
Academic Focus
Canterbury, England
September-December
General courses
Contact Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350 or [email protected], or visit www.stlcc.edu/
programs/study_abroad for more information.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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College Information
Fall 2010
College Information
St. Louis Community College
District Map and Addresses
Florissant Valley campus
Wildwood campus
3400 Pershall Road
St. Louis, MO 63135-1408
314-513-4200
2645 Generations Drive
Wildwood, MO 63040
636-422-2000
Forest Park campus
Joseph P. Cosand Community
College Center
5600 Oakland Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63110-1316
314-644-9100
300 South Broadway
St. Louis, MO 63102-2800
314-539-5000
Meramec campus
South County Education and
University Center (SCEUC)
11333 Big Bend Road
St. Louis, MO 63122-5720
314-984-7500
William J. Harrison Education
Center (HEC)
4666 Natural Bridge Road
St. Louis, MO 63115-1923
(New facility opening Fall 2010)
3140 Cass Avenue St. Louis, MO 63106
314-951-9850
Individuals with speech or
hearing impairments may call via
Relay Missouri by dialing 711.
4115 Meramec Bottom Road
St. Louis, MO 63129-2126
314-984-7200
MILEAGE GRID
(one way)
CC
CC
FV
17
FP
MC
SC
WW
7
18
17
30
16
21
31
29
11
16
24
12
20
FV
17
FP
7
16
MC
18
21
11
SC
17
31
16
12
WW
30
29
24
20
28
28
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Courses at Florissant Valley ................................................pgs. 13-54
Florissant Valley
www.stlcc.edu/fv • 3400 Pershall Road, St. Louis, MO 63135-1408
Florissant Valley Directory
Access Office - disAbility Support
Services – 314-513-4551
Upper Level, Student Center
Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Evenings available by appointment
www.stlcc.edu/disAbility
Admissions/Registration –
314-513-4244
First Floor, Administration
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/admreg
Advising – 314-513-4256
First Floor, Administration
Registration Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Assessment Center – 314-513-4292
First Floor, Administration
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Bookstore – 314-513-4304
Lower Level, Student Center
www.flovalleybookstore.com
Bookstore hours are listed on the inside
back cover of this schedule.
Campus Life – 314-513-4294
Upper Level, Student Center
Monday-Thursday: 8am-6pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/FV/campus_life.html
Campus Switchboard – 314-513-4200
Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5pm
Cashier’s Office – 314-513-4520
Upper Level, Student Center
Registration Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30 pm
For your convenience, a drop box at the
Campus Police Office (west side of campus)
is available from 7am-11pm, Monday-Friday
and 7am-3pm on weekends.
Child Development Center –
314-513-4525
West side of campus
Monday-Thursday: 6:30am-10:30pm
Friday: 6:30am-6pm
www.stlcc.edu/fv/child_care_center
Continuing Education – 314-984-7777
Second Floor, Administration
Monday-Thursday: 8am-4pm
www.stlcc.edu/continuing_education
Counseling – 314-513-4252
Upper Level, Student Center
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Distance Learning – 314-539-5185
www.stlcc.edu/distance_learning
Financial Aid – 314-513-4231
Second Floor, Administration
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/financialaid
Gateway to College – 314-513-4216
Room 101, Training Center
Monday-Friday: 7am-4pm
Study Abroad – 314-539-5350
www.stlcc.edu/programs/study_ abroad
Transcripts – 314-644-9670
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Central Student Records
5600 Oakland Avenue, Room B-13
St. Louis, MO 63110
Veterans Services – 314-513-4247
First Floor, Administration
Monday-Friday: 8am-4pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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St. Louis Community College
Florissant Valley Campus • 3400 Pershall Road
Florissant Valley
STLCC
Florissant Valley
MILEAGE GRID
(one way)
CC
CC
FV
FP
MC
SC
WW
17
7
18
17
30
16
21
31
29
11
16
24
12
20
FV
17
FP
7
16
MC
18
21
SC
17
31
16
12
WW
30
29
24
20
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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11
28
28
Fall 2010
Fall 2010 Florissant Valley Final Exam Schedule
7-7:50 am MWF
7-7:50 am TuTh
8-8:50 am MWF
8-8:50 am TuTh
9-9:50 MWF
9-9:50 TuTh
10-10:50 MWF
10-10:50 TuTh
11-11:50 MWF
11-11:50 TuTh
12-12:50 MWF
12-12:50 TuTh
1-1:50 MWF
1-1:50 TuTh
2-2:50 MWF
2-2:50 TuTh
3-3:50 MWF
3-3:50 TuTh
4-4:50 MWF
4-4:50 TuTh
5-5:50 MWF
5:5:50 TuTh
Dec. 14
TUESDAY
Dec. 15
WEDNESDAY
Dec. 16
THURSDAY
7-8:50 am
Dec. 17
FRIDAY
7-8:50 am
7-8:50 am
8-9:50
8-9:50
9-10:50 am
9-10:50 am
9-10:50 am
10-11:50 am
10-11:50 am
11-12:50 pm
11-12:50 pm
11-12:50 pm
12-1:50 pm
12-1:50 pm
1-2:50 pm
1-2:50 pm
1-2:50 pm
2-3:50 pm
2-3:50 pm
3-4:50 pm
3-4:50 pm
3-4:50 pm
4-5:50 pm
4-5:50 pm
5-6:50 pm
5-6:50 pm
5-6:50 pm
• Final exams for all Saturday and Sunday classes will be held at the regularly scheduled time.
• Night classes will be scheduled in two-hour time blocks following the same pattern as the day classes: finals
for classes that start on the “odd hour” will be held Monday and Tuesday, and finals that start on the even
hour will be held Wednesday and Thursday. Friday only class finals will be on Friday. The start time may vary.
• PE activity class final exams will be scheduled by the PE department.
NOTE: Students should always check with their instructor for any modifications in their exam
schedule.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
If class START
Dec. 13
TIME is between MONDAY
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Accounting
Florissant Valley
ACC:100
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
3 cr
30726
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
B-245
STAFF
30727
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-245
STAFF
31718
503
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-245
STAFF
31719
504
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-245
E Kraja
30728
550
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
B-245
B Reed
30729
551
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
B-245
R Deloney
32442
574
Online
TBA
NET
J Forrest
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected] or 314-513-4547.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
ACC:110
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
4 cr
30730
501
Day
MW
9:30am-11:10am
B-242
E Kraja
8/23-12/19
30731
502
Day
MW
11:30am-1:10pm
B-242
E Kraja
8/23-12/19
30732
550
Evening
T
6pm-9:35pm
B-242
STAFF
8/24-12/19
33321
574
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at [email protected]
or 314-513-4568.
ACC:114
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
30733
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-243
30734
550
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
B-245
35564
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
E Kraja
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
ACC:124
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS - DATABASES
30835
580
Weekend
S
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course.
3 cr
M Pilla
8/21-10/9
9am-1pm
ACC:204
INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
30831
550
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
ACC:208
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
30830
550
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
ACC:211
CURRENT TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING
31707
580
Weekend
S
9am-1pm
Microsoft Great Plains will be taught. This section is an accelerated Fast Track course.
B-242
B-242
3 cr
E Cohen
3 cr
A Robinson
3 cr
M Pilla
ACC:291
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP
30832
51A
Arranged
TBA
Department Chair approval is required to take this course.
B-220
3 cr
E Kraja
8/23-12/19
ACC:292
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP II
30917
51A
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the department chair at [email protected] or 314-513-4568.
B-220
3 cr
E Kraja
8/23-12/19
ACC:293
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP III
30918
51A
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the department chair at [email protected] or 314-513-4568.
B-220
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
B-242
B-243
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
10/16-12/31
Anthropology
ANT:102
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
3 cr
34475
502
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-124
STAFF
ANT:103
CULTURAL VARIATIONS
3 cr
35523
502
Day
TBA
SS-116
STAFF
35573
503
Day
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, LaRhonda Wilson at
[email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Art
ART:100
ART APPRECIATION
3 cr
30621
5SA
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
H-113
C Berger
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
30622
5SB
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
H-113
C Berger
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
34897
5SC
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
B-214
STAFF
8/26-12/19
The section is part of the Express/Early Care Education Program and is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
34467
57A
Online
TBA
NET
C Berger
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ART:101
30663
ART:107
34097
ART HISTORY I
551
Evening
DESIGN I
501
Day
R
7:05pm-9:55pm
SS-101
MW
10am-11:50am
H-104
3 cr
K Scheffer
2 cr
C Day
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
30665
502
Day
TR
10am-11:50am
H-104
A Walker
30667
551
Evening
MW
7pm-8:50pm
H-104
K Worley
ART:108
DESIGN II
2 cr
30668
501
Day
MW
2pm-3:50pm
H-104
R Langnas
32813
551
Evening
MW
7pm-8:50pm
H-104
K Worley
ART:109
DRAWING I
3 cr
32665
501
Day
MW
9am-11:50am
H-101
R Langnas
30670
502
Day
MW
1pm-3:50pm
H-101
E Shultis
30671
504
Day
TR
9am-11:50am
H-101
R Langnas
30673
551
Evening
TR
7pm-9:50pm
H-101
C Lin
32908
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:110
DRAWING II
3 cr
30678
501
Day
TR
1pm-3:50pm
H-101
R Langnas
30674
551
Evening
TR
7pm-9:50pm
H-101
C Lin
32909
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:111
FIGURE DRAWING I
3 cr
30680
502
Day
MW
4pm-6:50pm
H-112
E Shultis
32802
503
Day
TR
9am-11:50am
H-112
F Gochnour
30682
551
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
H-112
H Kim
ART:112
FIGURE DRAWING II
3 cr
33293
501
Day
TR
1pm-3:50pm
H-112
H Kim
30684
551
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
H-112
H Kim
ART:114
PAINTING I
3 cr
32911
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:115
PRINTMAKING I
30994
551
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
ART:131
COMPUTER ART STUDIO
32852
501
Day
MW
32804
502
Day
TR
32805
551
Evening
MW
ART:133
GRAPHIC DESIGN I
30863
501
Day
MW
33638
502
Day
TR
30865
551
Evening
TR
ART:134
GRAPHIC DESIGN II
30867
501
Day
TR
30868
502
Day
TR
30866
551
Evening
TR
ART:135
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION I
30996
501
Day
F
ART:138
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS I
32809
501
Day
MW
ART:165
PHOTOGRAPHY I
30979
501
Day
MW
30976
502
Day
TR
30982
551
Evening
TR
This section will have an analog darkroom and digital component.
ART:166
PHOTOGRAPHY II
30984
501
Day
TR
ART:167
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
30989
501
Evening
MW
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
7pm-9:50pm
H-107
1pm-3:50pm
9am-11:50am
7pm-9:50pm
H-114
H-114
H-114
9am-11:50am
1pm-3:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
H-106
H-102
H-102
9am-11:50am
1pm-3:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
H-102
H-102
H-102
9am-3:50pm
H-102
3pm-4:50pm
H-106
9am-11:50am
9am-11:50am
6:45pm-9:50pm
H-105
H-105
H-105
1pm-3:50pm
H-105
1pm-3:50pm
H-105
3 cr
R Phillips
3 cr
D Bauman
L Byers
STAFF
3 cr
R Lizorty
J Gormley
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
J Gormley
STAFF
2 cr
J Gormley
2 cr
L Byers
3 cr
C Denney
J Nesser-Chu
R Kitt
3 cr
J Nesser-Chu
3 cr
R Rosener
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/3-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/21-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
ART:168
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
3 cr
30997
502
Day
TR
4pm-5:15pm
H-113
R Kitt
8/24-12/19
ART:172
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
3 cr
33294
551
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
H-105
D Gaubatz
9/13-12/19
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
34019
57A
Online
TBA
NET
D Gaubatz
8/23-12/19
Students should have a digital camera and/or a film camera and scanner, a computer with email and internet access and photo editing software, preferably Adobe Photoshop.
Course information is available by checking the web at (http://blackboard.stlcc.edu).
ART:204
PHOTOGRAPHY III
32399
501
Day
TR
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
1pm-3:50pm
H-105
3 cr
J Nesser-Chu
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Florissant Valley
ART:207
DESIGN III
2 cr
30869
501
Day
TR
10am-11:50am
H-109
M Quintero
ART:209
DRAWING III
3 cr
30871
551
Evening
TR
4pm-6:50pm
H-101
L Vredeveld
33075
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:211
FIGURE DRAWING III
30870
501
Day
Next Planned Offering Fall 2011.
MW
1pm-3:50pm
H-112
3 cr
M Quintero
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
ART:214
PAINTING II
3 cr
32912
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
ART:215
PRINTMAKING II
30995
551
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
8/23-12/19
ART:224
PACKAGE DESIGN
33639
501
Day
TR
ART:233
GRAPHIC DESIGN III
30998
501
Day
MW
ART:234
GRAPHIC DESIGN IV
33719
501
Day
MW
ART:235
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION II
30999
501
Day
F
ART:236
TYPOGRAPHY
32808
501
Day
MW
ART:238
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS II
31000
501
Day
TR
ART:239
ILLUSTRATION I
31001
551
Evening
MW
ART:240
ILLUSTRATION II
34145
551
Evening
MW
ART:242
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS III
33305
501
Day
MW
ART:243
FIGURE ILLUSTRATION
32992
501
Evening
TR
ART:275
PHOTO IMAGING I: PHOTOSHOP
32803
580
Weekend
S
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
ART:608
ART GALLERY EXHIBITIONS I
35428
501
Day
F
AT:124
BOOKMAKING
34456
501
Day
F
AT:131
AIRBRUSH I
33303
551
Evening
T
AT:135
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WORLD WIDE WEB I
32811
551
Evening
MW
AT:143
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WWW II
33306
551
Evening
MW
AT:175
VIDEO ART I
32991
501
Day
MW
AT:177
JEWELRY AND METALSMITHING
35429
550
Evening
R
AT:201
MIXED MEDIA
34485
501
Day
MW
AT:204
COMIC BOOK ILLUSTRATION I
34673
580
Day
S
AT:205
DIMENSIONAL ILLUSTRATION I
33641
580
Weekend
S
AT:206
3D MINIATURE STUDIO SET DESIGN
33640
580
Weekend
S
AT:208
FANTASY ILLUSTRATION I
33642
580
Weekend
S
AT:210
DRAWING PROBLEMS
32254
551
Evening
TR
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
7pm-9:50pm
H-101
4pm-5:50pm
H-102
9am-11:50am
H-102
9am-11:50am
H-118
9am-3:50pm
H-102
1pm-2:50pm
H-102
1pm-2:50pm
H-106
5pm-7:50pm
H-106
5pm-7:50pm
H-106
3pm-4:50pm
H-106
1pm-2:50pm
H-106
9am-3pm
H-114
7am-8:50 am
H-105
9am-2:50pm
H-105
6pm-9:50pm
H-106
7pm-9:50pm
H-102
7pm-9:50pm
H-102
4pm-6:50pm
H-114
6pm-9:20pm
E-290
9am-11:50am
H-107
9am-3:50pm
H-106
9am-3:50pm
H-106
9am-3:50pm
H-106
9am-3:50pm
H-106
4pm-6:50pm
H-112
3 cr
R Phillips
2 cr
D Bauman
3 cr
J Gormley
3 cr
D Bauman
2 cr
STAFF
2 cr
J Gormley
2 cr
L Byers
3 cr
L Byers
3 cr
L Byers
2 cr
L Byers
2 cr
L Byers
3 cr
J Angert
1 cr
R Phillips
3 cr
STAFF
2 cr
STAFF
3 cr
J Jenner
3 cr
J Jenner
3 cr
R Rosener
2 cr
C Lin
3 cr
M Quintero
3 cr
R Lizorty
3 cr
R Lizorty
3 cr
R Lizorty
3 cr
R Lizorty
3 cr
L Vredeveld
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/29-12/17
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/11-12/31
8/27-12/19
9/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
8/24-12/19
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
AT:212
SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHOTOGRAPHY
35061
501
Day
F
This course will cover bookbinding, use of materials, narrative and sequence.
9am-2:50pm
H-105
3 cr
STAFF
9/24-12/19
AT:215
ADVANCED PRINTMAKING
32455
551
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
7pm-9:50pm
H-107
3 cr
R Phillips
8/23-12/19
9am-11:50am
H-107
6pm-9:50pm
H-106
9am-12:50pm
H-118
1pm-3:50pm
H-105
4pm-6:50pm
H-114
9am-3pm
H-105
3 cr
R Rosener
3 cr
J Angert
1pm-3:50pm
H-105
3 cr
J Nesser-Chu
8/24-12/19
1pm-3:50pm
H-105
R Rosener
8/23-12/19
TWRF
9:30am-12:30pm
SM-244
M
5:30pm-9:30pm
SM-238
M
M
MW
M
MW
W
TR
T
TR
R
TR
R
MW
W
MW
W
MW
W
T
TR
TR
T
F
F
TR
R
M
M
T
T
W
W
R
R
S
S
8am-10:45am
12pm-1:40pm
8am-9:15am
10am-11:40am
12:30pm-1:45pm
2pm-3:40pm
7am-8:15am
10am-11:40am
8am-9:15am
10am-11:40am
9:30am-10:45am
12pm-1:40pm
11am-12:15pm
8am-9:40am
8am-9:15am
10am-11:40am
9:30am-10:45am
12pm-1:40pm
8am-9:40am
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
2pm-3:40pm
9am-11:45am
12:15pm-1:55pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
2pm-3:40pm
5:30pm-8:15pm
8:25pm-10:05pm
5:30pm-8:15pm
8:25pm-10:05pm
5:30pm-8:15pm
8:25pm-10:05pm
5:30pm-8:15pm
8:25pm-10:05pm
9am-11:30am
12:30pm-2:10pm
SM-265
SM-244
SM-249
SM-244
SM-265
SM-244
SM-249
SM-244
SM-262
SM-244
SM-249
SM-244
SM-249
SM-244
SM-262
SM-244
SM-127
SM-244
SM-244
SM-233
SM-233
SM-244
SM-233
SM-244
SM-249
SM-244
SM-249
SM-244
SM-233
SM-244
SM-233
SM-244
SM-233
SM-244
SM-233
SM-244
Type
Day
AT:227
3-D STUDIO
34028
501
Day
MW
AT:231
AIRBRUSH II
33304
551
Evening
T
AT:233
STORYBOARDING/ANIMATICS
35430
501
Day
T
AT:267
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY II
30990
501
Evening
MW
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
AT:275
VIDEO ART II
33307
501
Day
MW
AT:276
PHOTO IMAGING II: PHOTOSHOP
32089
580
Weekend
S
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
AT:280
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY
32398
501
Day
TR
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
32489
503
Evening
MW
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the Humanities labs.
3 cr
M Quintero
2 cr
STAFF
2 cr
D Bauman
3 cr
R Rosener
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/11-12/31
Biology
BIO:003
33008
BIO:104
31639
BIO:111
32439
BRIDGES TO BIOLOGY
501
Day
BASIC LABORATORY METHODS
550
Evening
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
501
Day
32440
502
Day
32441
503
Day
32458
504
Day
32459
505
Day
32460
506
Day
32461
507
Day
32462
508
Day
33330
509
Day
32464
511
Day
32465
512
Day
32466
513
Day
35558
516
Day
32469
550
Evening
32470
551
Evening
32471
552
Evening
32472
553
Evening
32473
580
Weekend
1 cr
T Hacker
3 cr
J Barks
4 cr
M Manteuffel
N Bhavsar
STAFF
E Lyons
STAFF
E Lyons
E Lyons
STAFF
STAFF
M Manteuffel
M Manteuffel
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
19
8/17-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Florissant Valley
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
6pm-10pm
SM-204
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-203
T
T
5:30pm-8:15pm
8:25pm-10:05pm
BRDG
BRDG LAB3
MW
M
12:30pm-1:45pm
2:15pm-4:05pm
SM-233
SM-244
Day
BIO:117
CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY
34689
586
Evening
T
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
Florissant Valley
BIO:123
30390
BIO:124
33367
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
501
Day
GENERAL BOTANY I
550
Evening
BIO:140
32660
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
501
Day
BIO:141
35801
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
550
Evening
3 cr
Z Geist
4 cr
J Bourque
4 cr
E Fliss
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
4 cr
T
5:30pm-8pm
SM-238
E Fliss
8/24-12/19
R
5:30pm-7:20pm
SM-238
8/26-12/19
BIO:151
BIOLOGY OF HUMAN HEALTH AND DISEASE
3 cr
34549
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-203
M Manteuffel
8/24-12/19
BIO:152
QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
2 cr
33836
550
Evening
M
5pm-6:50pm
SM-233
V Naumann
8/23-12/19
BIO:154
HUMAN REPRODUCTION, EMBRYOLOGY, AND DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
35383
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SM-127
E Fliss
8/23-12/19
35384
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SM-233
E Fliss
8/23-12/19
35385
503
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SM-233
E Fliss
8/23-12/19
35386
504
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-233
A Warren
8/24-12/19
35387
505
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-249
A Warren
8/24-12/19
35388
506
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-233
A Warren
8/24-12/19
35389
50H
Evening
T
5pm-8pm
OFF CAMPUS
Y Cole
9/14-11/2
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course. Class meets at Hazelwood Central High School Room, 15955 New Halls Ferry Road, Florissant, MO 63031 in room A-114.
BIO:203
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY I
30392
501
Day
MW
8:30am-11:20am
SM-234
30393
502
Day
TR
8:30am-11:20am
SM-234
30397
503
Day
MW
12:30pm-3:20pm
SM-234
30403
550
Evening
MW
6pm-8:50pm
SM-234
33498
580
Weekend/Hybrid
S
9am-12pm
SM-234
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33366
581
Weekend/Hybrid
S
1pm-4pm
SM-234
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
4 cr
G Heth
STAFF
G Heth
A Warren
G Heth
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
G Heth
8/28-12/19
BIO:207
32410
4 cr
STAFF
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SM-203
W
9:30am-11:10am
SM-246
32413
502
Day
M
9:30am-12pm
SM-203
M
12:20pm-2pm
SM-246
32417
503
Day
W
9:30am-12pm
SM-203
W
12:20pm-2pm
SM-246
32418
504
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SM-265
W
3:30pm-5:10pm
SM-246
32419
505
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
E-156
T
9:30am-11:10am
SM-246
34552
506
Day
R
12:30pm-3pm
SM-262
R
3:20pm-5pm
SM-246
32420
507
Day/Hybrid
F
8:00am-10:40am
SM-265
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35561
509
Day
T
7:30am-9:10am
SM-246
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-262
35562
510
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-204
T
12:30pm-2:10pm
SM-246
32421
551
Evening
M
5:30pm-8pm
SM-127
M
8:10pm-10pm
SM-246
32422
552
Evening
T
5:30pm-8pm
SM-249
T
8:10pm-10pm
SM-246
31554
580
Weekend
S
8am-10:30am
SM-249
S
10:40am-12:20pm
SM-246
33204
581
Weekend
S
1pm-3:30pm
SM-249
S
3:40pm-5:20pm
SM-246
BIO:208
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II - Gloves and goggles must be worn on the first day of lab.
35563
506
Day
W
9:30am-12pm
E-282
W
12:20pm-2pm
SM-245
35565
507
Day
MW
W
2pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-5:10pm
SM-233
SM-245
N Bhavsar
J Fickas
STAFF
STAFF
N Bhavsar
N Bhavsar
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
N Bhavsar
STAFF
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
Fall 2010
32423
Title
Section
Type
508
Day
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-265
R
9:30am-11:10am
SM-245
32430
511
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-204
T
11:00am-12:40pm
SM-245
32434
512
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-265
R
12:30pm-2:10pm
SM-245
34556
513
Day/Hybrid
F
11am-1:40pm
SM-203
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32435
551
Evening
R
5:30pm-8pm
SM-249
R
8:10pm-10pm
SM-245
32824
553
Evening
W
5:30pm-8pm
SM-265
W
8:10pm-10pm
SM-245
31556
580
Weekend
S
9am-10:40am
SM-245
S
11am-1:30pm
SM-265
BIO:218
MICROBIOLOGY FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY
33338
501
Day
TR
12:30pm-3:20pm
SM-234
BIO:219
BIOTECHNOLOGY I
30413
550
Evening
TR
4:30pm-8:30pm
BRDG LAB2
BIO:220
BIOTECHNOLOGY II
32155
501
Day
MW
8am-12pm
BRDG LAB2
BIO:221
WORKPLACE LEARNING: BIOTECHNOLOGY
32690
501
Arranged
TBA
BRDG
Interns must work a minimum of 150 hours during the term to receive credit.
32690
501
Arranged
TBA
BRDG
Interns must work a minimum of 150 hours during the term to receive credit.
J Fickas
BIO:223
33699
RESEARCH TECHNIQUES IN BIOLOGY
504
Arranged
1 cr
E Lyons
BIO:558
33706
BIO:561
34876
BIO:562
34203
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY
50A
Arranged
TBA
SPECIALIZED TOPICS - PLANT TRANSFORMATION
550
Evening
MW
SPECIALIZED TOPICS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY - BIOPROCESSING
550
Evening
MW
F
TBA
TBA
SM-204
SM-204
SM-234
5:30pm-9:30pm
BRDG LAB3
6pm-9pm
6pm-8pm
BRDG LAB1
J Fickas
J Fickas
J Fickas
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
A Warren
5 cr
E Boedeker
5 cr
A Warren
3 cr
E Boedeker
E Boedeker
2 cr
G Heth
3 cr
D Ward
3 cr
A Toenjes
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/19-12/19
Biomedical Engineering Technology
BE:150
35254
BE:153
35251
BE:251
35432
BIOMEDICAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY
500
Arranged
TBA
WORKPLACE LEARNING: BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
500
Arranged
TBA
BIOMEDICAL ELECTRONICS
500
Day
MW
11am-12:50pm
R
11am-12:50pm
TBA
TBA
E-272
E-288
2 cr
R Ashby
4 cr
STAFF
5 cr
J du Maine
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
Business Administration
BUS:101
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
30775
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-214
BUS:103
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
30722
550
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
B-244
34337
574
Online
TBA
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
R Palank
BUS:104
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
30779
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-244
30780
502
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-244
30781
503
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-244
30782
504
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
B-244
30783
505
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-244
30784
506
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-244
30790
550
Evening
M
6pm-8:50pm
B-244
30793
551
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
B-244
32879
586
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
SS-105
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
34592
580
Weekend
F
9am-1pm
B-244
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course.
32794
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
J Forrest
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
STAFF
9/17-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
BUS:201
30795
30796
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
501
Day
550
Evening
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
MW
M
9:30am-10:45am
6pm-8:50pm
B-211
B-213
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Business Law
Florissant Valley
BLW:101
BUSINESS LAW I
30723
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-243
30724
502
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-211
30725
550
Evening
M
6pm-9:50pm
B-216
BLW:201
LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
32443
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning
3 cr
L Goodman
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Chemistry
CHM:002
PREPARATION FOR CHEMISTRY
3 cr
33611
501
Day
MW
8am-10am
SM-130
STAFF
CHM:101
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
5 cr
Students who encounter scheduling conflicts may, upon approval of the Chemistry department, attend other scheduled laboratory periods.
33356
501
Day
M - Lab
8am-9:50am
SM-118
STAFF
TR
7:30am-9:10am
SM-203
30138
502
Day
TR
9:15am-10:55am
SM-127
STAFF
W - Lab
9am-10:50am
SM-118
30137
503
Day
TR
11am-12:40pm
SM-127
STAFF
W - Lab
11am-12:50pm
SM-118
30139
504
Day
TR
1pm-2:15pm
SM-127
STAFF
T - Lab
2:20pm-4:10pm
SM-118
R
2:20pm-3:10pm
SM-127
30140
505
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
SM-127
STAFF
M
2:20pm-3:10pm
SM-127
W - Lab
2:20pm-4:10pm
SM-118
30141
506
Day
TR
8am-9:40am
SM-204
STAFF
T - Lab
10am-11:50am
SM-118
30142
550
Evening
MW
6pm-7:15pm
SM-203
STAFF
M - Lab
7:20pm-9:10pm
SM-118
W
7:20pm-8:10pm
SM-203
30143
551
Evening
TR
6pm-7:15pm
SM-127
STAFF
T - Lab
7:20pm-9:10pm
SM-118
R
7:20pm-8:10pm
SM-127
CHM:105
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
Students who encounter scheduling conflicts may, upon approval of the Chemistry Department, attend other scheduled laboratory periods.
30145
502
Day
M
9am-10:50am
SM-204
STAFF
TR
9:15am-10:55am
SM-130
30146
503
Day
M - Lab
11am-12:50pm
SM-119
STAFF
TR
11am-12:40pm
SM-130
30147
504
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
SM-130
STAFF
M - Lab
2:20pm-4:10pm
SM-119
W
2:20pm-3:10pm
SM-130
30148
550
Evening
MW
6pm-7:15pm
SM-130
STAFF
M - Lab
7:20pm-9:10pm
SM-119
T
7:20pm-8:10pm
SM-130
CHM:106
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
Students who encounter scheduling conflicts may, upon approval of the Chemistry Department, attend other scheduled laboratory periods.
30151
501
Day
TR
1pm-2:15pm
SM-130
STAFF
T - Lab
2:20pm-4:10pm
SM-119
R
2:20pm-3:10pm
SM-130
35390
550
Evening
TR
6pm-7:15pm
SM-130
STAFF
T - Lab
7:20pm-9:10pm
SM-119
R
7:20pm-8:10pm
SM-130
CHM:121
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY I
5 cr
33990
501
Day
MW
1pm-4:20pm
SM-111
STAFF
CHM:213
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR
2 cr
34678
501
Day
R
3:30pm-5:20pm
SM-111
STAFF
CHM:222
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY IV
5 cr
34680
501
Day
T
1pm-5:20pm
SM-111
STAFF
R
1pm-3:20pm
SM-111
9/13-11/24
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
5 cr
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
5 cr
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
Civil Engineering Technology
CE:115
30172
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND METHODS
550
Evening
R
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-160
3 cr
R Stafford
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Title
Section
CE:116
30144
CE:230
30149
CE:235
30150
CE:237
35424
CE:240
34711
CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINT READING
550
Evening
M
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND TESTING
550
Evening
T
CONSTRUCTION OFFICE PRACTICE
550
Evening
W
STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN
550
Evening
R
PLANE SURVEYING
550
Evening
M
S
550
Evening
M
S
INTRODUCTION TO GIS
550
Evening
T
LEGAL ASPECTS OF BOUNDARY SURVEYING
550
Evening
M
34711
CE:244
34024
CE:247
32038
Type
Day
Credits
Instructor
Time
Location
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-160
5:30pm-9:45pm
E-161
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-156
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-270
8:05pm-9:45pm
8am-12pm
8:05pm-9:45pm
8am-12pm
E-158
E-161
E-158
E-161
5pm-10pm
E-284
5:30pm-8pm
E-158
3 cr
N Brown
3 cr
M Smith
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
9:30am-10:45am
SS-103
E-160
SS-111
SM-264
SM-129
B-215
SM-129
3 cr
D White
STAFF
STAFF
B Hoefel
M Manteuffel
M Manteuffel
E Lasek
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
5pm-7:45pm
6pm-8:40pm
8am-1:30pm
SS-110
SS-110
SS-113
SS-111
C-104
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
R Durley-Petty
R Durley-Petty
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
3 cr
R Unger
3 cr
G Drikow
3 cr
R Kalbac
3 cr
R Stafford
3 cr
N Brown
N Brown
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
College Orientation
COL:020
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
33432
502
Day
TR
33453
505
Day
MW
33716
508
Day
TR
33717
509
Day
TR
34088
511
Day
TR
34089
512
Day
MW
34535
514
Day
TR
Open to student athletes only.
34839
515
Day
MW
34840
516
Day
TR
33435
552
Evening
T
34210
553
Evening
R
34090
580
Weekend
S
Communications
COM:101
ORAL COMMUNICATION I
3 cr
35041
501
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-116
STAFF
31048
502
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-102
STAFF
31050
503
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-102
R Thomas-Woods
31053
504
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
E-156
STAFF
31055
505
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-107
STAFF
31057
506
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-112
STAFF
31060
507
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-102
STAFF
31061
508
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-137
STAFF
31062
509
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-102
STAFF
31063
510
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
C-102
J Copp
31064
511
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-102
S Bai
31065
512
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-107
S Bai
31068
513
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-129
J Florini
31069
514
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-107
STAFF
31070
515
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-102
STAFF
31071
516
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-102
STAFF
32546
517
Day
T
12:30pm-3:15pm
C-116
STAFF
32871
518
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
C-102
R Thomas-Woods
32872
519
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SS-107
STAFF
34230
520
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-245
STAFF
35109
521
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SS-107
STAFF
35188
522
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-131
STAFF
35231
523
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
C-137
STAFF
34375
50H
Evening
M
5:45pm-9:45pm
OFF CAMPUS
STAFF
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course. Class meets at Hazelwood Central High School, 15955 New Halls Ferry Road, Florissant, MO 63031.
34380
50J
Evening
T
5:45pm-9:45pm
OFF CAMPUS
STAFF
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course. Class meets at Urban League Head Start Jennings Location, 8964 Jennings Station Road.
31072
551
Evening
M
6pm-8:55pm
C-102
STAFF
31074
553
Evening
W
6pm-8:45pm
C-102
STAFF
31075
554
Evening
R
7:05pm-9:45pm
C-102
STAFF
34896
565
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
B-214
STAFF
This section is part of the Express/Early Care Education program.
32547
585
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
C-102
J Florini
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/4-11/29
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/31-12/7
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
32548
580
Weekend
S
12:20pm-3pm
C-102
35114
555
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35551
556
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Florissant Valley
COM:103
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION
34892
586
Evening
T
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
6pm-10pm
C-116
Credits
Instructor
Dates
STAFF
J Copp
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
J Copp
8/23-12/19
3 cr
T Gonzalez
8/16-12/31
COM:104
PERSUASION
3 cr
34869
5XA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-214
E McCloskey
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
COM:107
PUBLIC SPEAKING
31076
501
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-264
COM:111
VOICE AND ARTICULATION
31078
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-264
COM:114
ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE
31079
5SA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-102
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
C Stephens
COM:120
GENDER COMMUNICATION
3 cr
31080
5XA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-111
C Stephens
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
34474
5XB
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-249
J Copp
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
COM:200
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CULTURES
3 cr
31081
5XA
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
E-154
J Copp
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35347
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
Criminal Justice
CRJ:111
RULES OF CRIMINAL EVIDENCE
30545
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-136
CRJ:122
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
30546
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15pm
B-136
35646
550
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
B-136
30547
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
CRJ:123
JUVENILE JUSTICE
35649
501
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
B-136
30548
595
Evening/Hybrid
M
6pm-8:40pm
B-136
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
CRJ:124
34030
34032
CRJ:206
35652
CRJ:209
34066
CRJ:211
34067
CRJ:212
30549
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
L Wilson
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURES
501
Day
TR
550
Evening
R
MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN CONFLICTS
501
Day
MW
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM
51A
Arranged
TBA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM SEMINAR
51A
Arranged
TBA
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
6pm-8pm
B-136
B-213
11am-12:15pm
B-136
TBA
TBA
9:30am-10:45am
B-136
MW
MW
TR
TR
9:30am-11:45am
9:30am-11:45am
5:15pm-7:25pm
5:15pm-7:25pm
C-140
E-143
C-140
B-215
TR
TR
TR
12:30pm-2:45pm
7:35pm-9:50pm
7:35pm-9:50pm
C-116
C-140
E-295
TR
TR
9:30am-10:45am
6pm-7:15pm
E-295
E-295
8/23-12/15
8/23-12/15
8/24-12/14
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/16
8/23-12/13
8/24-12/16
8/26-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Deaf Communication Studies
DCS:104
31355
31357
31359
31775
DCS:106
31360
31361
35116
DCS:109
31363
31364
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
501
Day
502
Day
551
Evening
552
Evening
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III
501
Day
551
Evening
552
Evening
ETYMOLOGY FOR INTERPRETERS
501
Day
551
Evening
5 cr
L Gale-Betzler
STAFF
L Gale-Betzler
STAFF
5 cr
L Gale-Betzler
L Gale-Betzler
STAFF
3 cr
T Flynn
M Luebke
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
DCS:110
DEAF THEATRE STUDIES
3 cr
31366
501
Day
W
12:30pm-3pm
THEATRE
D Betzler
31367
551
Evening
M
5:30pm-8pm
THEATRE
D Betzler
DCS:111
THEORY OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
3 cr
31368
501
Day
M
12:30pm-3:10pm
C-140
M Luebke
34995
502
Day
M
12:30pm-3:10pm
C-137
T Flynn
31369
551
Evening
T
7:30pm-9:45pm
C-137
T Flynn
34932
552
Evening
T
7:30pm-9:45pm
SS-107
STAFF
DCS:115
INTRODUCTION TO DEAF COMMUNICATIONS STUDIES
3 cr
32180
501
Day
R
9:30am-11:50am
C-137
STAFF
31396
551
Evening
W
5:15pm-7:55pm
C-107
STAFF
35296
552
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the DCS Program at
[email protected] and use the subject line "DCS Internet Course" or 314-513-4477.
DCS:119
34699
34994
34701
34933
DCS:210
32549
32550
DCS:211
31399
32553
DCS:214
32572
32573
DCS:216
32575
32578
THEORY OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE LAB
501
Day
W
502
Day
W
551
Evening
R
552
Evening
R
SIGN TO VOICE INTERPRETING
501
Day
T
551
Evening
M
SPECIALIZED INTERPRETING
501
Day
T
551
Evening
W
INTERACTIVE INTERPRETING
501
Day
R
551
Evening
M
EDUCATIONAL INTERPRETING - CLASSROOM APPLICATIONS
501
Day
R
551
Evening
W
Dates
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
7:35pm-9:45pm
7:35pm-9:45pm
C-140
C-137
E-293
C-137
9:30am-11:50am
7:35pm-9:45pm
C-140
C-140
12:30pm-3pm
5pm-7:25pm
C-140
C-140
9:30am-11:50am
4:55pm-7:25pm
C-140
C-140
1pm-3:15pm
7:30pm-10pm
C-140
C-140
1 cr
T Flynn
L Gale-Betzler
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
M Luebke
STAFF
3 cr
D Betzler
D Betzler
3 cr
T Flynn
M Luebke
3 cr
T Flynn
STAFF
DIT:106
FOOD MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM
31671
501
Day
MW
8am-1pm
Additional class meetings will be held from 8 a.m.-noon Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Nov. 5 and Dec. 3.
SM-133
3 cr
S Appelbaum
8/23-12/19
DIT:107
CLINICAL NUTRITION PRACTICUM
31670
501
Day
MW
8am-1pm
Additional class meetings will be held from 8 a.m.-noon Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Nov. 5 and Dec. 3.
SM-133
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
Dietetic Technology
DIT:108
FOOD: PREPARATION AND SCIENCE LECTURE
3 cr
32832
501
Day
M
10am-12:40pm
SM-129
J Florini
DIT:109
FOOD: PREPARATION AND SCIENCE LAB
2 cr
32833
501
Day
W
9:15am-12:45pm
SM-129
J Florini
DIT:115
PRINCIPLES OF NUTRITION
3 cr
31776
501
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
SM-129
S Appelbaum
33668
502
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-129
J Florini
30561
550
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
SM-129
S Appelbaum
34936
551
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SM-129
STAFF
DIT:202
MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY
3 cr
31673
550
Day
T
9am-11:40am
SM-133
S Appelbaum
DIT:204
SEMINAR: STRATEGIES FOR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
2 cr
31672
501
Day
T
1pm-2:30pm
SM-133
S Appelbaum
DIT:207
QUANTITY FOODS
3 cr
32834
501
Day
R
11am-1:50pm
TBA
J Florini
Additional class meetings will be held from 1-3:30 p.m. Oct. 25; 3-9 p.m. Oct. 26; 1-3:30 p.m. Nov. 3; 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 4; 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 18.
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
DIT:208
FOOD SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM
32202
501
Day
MW
8am-2:30pm
Additional class meetings will be held from 8 a.m.-noon Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Nov. 5 and Dec. 3.
SM-133
4 cr
S Appelbaum
8/23-12/19
DIT:209
COMMUNITY NUTRITION PRACTICUM
32203
501
Day
MW
8am-2:30pm
Additional class meetings will be held from 8 a.m.-noon Sept. 3, Oct. 1, Nov. 5 and Dec. 3.
SM-133
4 cr
S Appelbaum
8/23-12/19
CDC-112
OFF CAMPUS
3 cr
D Miller
D Neil
8/25-12/19
9/13-12/19
CDC-110
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Early Care and Education
ECE:101
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
30810
501
Day
W
9:30am-12pm
35524
50R
Evening
M
6:30pm-9pm
Class meets at Ritenour Early Childhood Center, 3580 Woodson Road, St. Louis, MO 63114.
32892
550
Evening
T
6:30pm-9:10pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
35546
553
Evening
T
7:30pm-10pm
SS-108
D Miller
8/24-12/19
This is a CHOICE/Early Care Education Program. Permission required, contact Donda Miller at 314-513-4061.
32705
574
Online
TBA
NET
D Miller
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Donda Miller, at [email protected]
Florissant Valley
ECE:102
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
32444
501
Day
R
3pm-5:30pm
CDC-110
32709
550
Evening
R
6:30pm-9:30pm
CDC-110
ECE:103
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
33917
550
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:10pm
CDC-110
ECE:104
PRINCIPLES OF EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
35495
501
Day
M
9:30am-12pm
CDC-112
32831
550
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:10pm
CDC-112
ECE:105
CHILD DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY
30817
501
Day
M
2pm-2:50pm
CDC-110
Permission required, contact the department chair at 314-513-4708.100 additional regularly scheduled hours arranged by instructor.
35547
502
Evening
TBA
TBA
This is a CHOICE/Early Care Education Program. Permission required, contact Donda Miller at 314-513-4061.
3 cr
L Magagnos
L Magagnos
3 cr
L Magagnos
3 cr
D Miller
C Nixon
3 cr
L Magagnos
ECE:107
EARLY CARE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
35496
550
Evening
R
6:30pm-9:10pm
ECE:108
INFANT, TODDLER AND TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
31712
550
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:30pm
ECE:124
CHILD NUTRITION, HEALTH AND SAFETY
32277
550
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:30pm
34740
551
Evening
F
6:30pm-9:30pm
ECE:125
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I
30822
501
Day
T
9:30am-12pm
32154
550
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:10pm
35532
551
Evening
R
7:30pm-10pm
This is a CHOICE/Early Care Education Program. Permission required, contact Donda Miller at 314-513-4061.
34733
580
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
ECE:127
FAMILY AND TEACHER INTERACTIONS
32150
550
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:10pm
ECE:200
GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN
34754
580
Weekend
F
6:30pm-9:30pm
S
9am-12pm
Class meets Sept. 10 and 11, Oct. 1, 2, 22 and 23, Nov. 12 and 13, and Dec. 10.
3 cr
M Krogmeier
3 cr
L Magagnos
3 cr
L Magagnos
L Magagnos
3 cr
I Kalmer
I Kalmer
I Kalmer
CDC-112
CDC-110
CDC-110
CDC-110
CDC-110
SM-133
B-217
CDC-110
CDC-112
CDC-112
CDC-112
D Miller
L Hernandez
3 cr
D Neil
3 cr
D Miller
10/7-11/18
8/26-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/9-12/16
8/25-10/17
10/20-12/19
10/1-12/17
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
9/11-12/18
8/25-12/19
9/10-12/10
9/11-12/10
ECE:201
MATH AND SCIENCE IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
35525
501
Day
R
9:30am-12pm
CDC-112
ECE:203
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM I
30824
501
Day
TBA
TBA
Permission required, contact the department chair at 314-513-4708.150 additional regularly scheduled hours arranged by instructor.
3 cr
D Miller
3 cr
D Miller
ECE:205
CHILD AND SOCIETY
32942
501
Day
T
1:30pm-4pm
CDC-112
30827
550
Evening
T
6:30pm-9:10pm
CDC-112
ECE:206
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM II
30828
501
Day
TBA
TBA
Permission required, contact the department chair at 314-513-4708.150 additional regularly scheduled hours arranged by instructor.
3 cr
I Kalmer
I Kalmer
3 cr
I Kalmer
ECE:207
34734
3 cr
M Krogmeier
8/23-12/19
ECO:140
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
30738
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-213
30739
550
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
B-211
32793
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33002
575
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
J Risch
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
J Risch
8/23-12/19
ECO:151
30741
30743
30744
30745
30740
34605
30754
30757
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
ACTIVITIES FOR SPECIAL INDIVIDUALS
501
Day
TBA
TBA
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Economics
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
501
Day
502
Day
503
Day
504
Day
505
Day
506
Day
550
Evening
551
Evening
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
T
W
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
8am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
6pm-8:40pm
6pm-8:40pm
B-212
B-212
B-212
B-212
B-212
B-212
B-212
B-212
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Credits
Instructor
Dates
30748
580
Weekend
F
9am-1pm
B-212
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course.
32450
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32691
575
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
STAFF
9/17-12/19
R Mozelewski
8/23-12/19
R Mozelewski
8/23-12/19
ECO:152
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
30763
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-213
30764
502
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-213
30766
550
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
B-213
30765
580
Weekend
S
9am-1pm
B-213
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course.
32454
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/23-12/19
R Mozelewski
8/23-12/19
Type
Day
Time
Location
Education
EDU:210
TEACHING PROFESSION WITH FIELD EXPERIENCE
3 cr
34112
501
Day
T
12:30pm-2:20pm
SS-112
M Taylor
8/24-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. A TB test and 36 hours of observation in local schools are required.
35577
502
Day
M
11am-12:50pm
SS-110
S Lupardus
8/23-12/19
34534
551
Day
R
12:30pm-2:20pm
SS-103
S Lupardus
8/26-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. A TB test and 36 hours of observation in local schools are required.
34113
550
Evening
W
6pm-7:50pm
SS-103
M Taylor
8/25-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. A TB test and 36 hours of observation in local schools are required.
EDU:211
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
3 cr
31674
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-103
L Hamberg
8/23-12/19
31676
503
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-103
L Hamberg
8/24-12/19
35112
551
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
SS-103
M Taylor
8/23-12/19
EDU:218
TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
3 cr
34003
504
Day
M
12:30pm-3:10pm
SS-112
M Taylor
8/23-12/19
34004
505
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-112
M Taylor
8/24-12/19
33637
502
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
SS-112
M Taylor
8/26-12/19
EDU:219
EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
3 cr
35638
502
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
SS-110
STAFF
8/24-12/19
EDU:226
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
3 cr
34554
5XA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-107
S Lupardus
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
34542
5WB
Online
TBA
NET
S Lupardus
8/23-12/19
Optional Orientation
T
6pm-7:15pm
SS-107
8/25-8/25
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see
Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Carol Lupardus at [email protected]
34537
5WC
Online
TBA
NET
S Lupardus
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Carol Lupardus at [email protected]
EDU:227
34114
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
501
Day
Optional Orientation
TR
T
9:30am-10:45am
6pm-7:15pm
SS-103
SS-107
8am-4pm
E-284
6:30pm-9:30pm
E-158
9:30am-10:45am
9am-10:50am
E-158
E-292
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:45pm
E-272
E-292
2pm-4:40pm
2pm-2:50pm
3pm-4:50pm
E-272
E-272
E-288
11am-12:50pm
11am-12:50pm
E-272
E-288
5:15pm-6:55pm
E-285
3 cr
L Hamberg
8/24-12/19
8/25-8/25
Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
EE:106
34616
EE:110
35503
EE:130
32156
EE:131
30199
EE:132
34617
EE:234
30225
E:236
34002
IBM PERSONAL COMPUTER INSTALLATION AND REPAIR
585
Weekend
S
TECHNICAL ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I
550
Evening
TR
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I
501
Day
MW
R
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS II
550
Evening
TR
T
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
500
Day
T
R
R
APPLIED ELECTRONICS
500
Day
MW
R
PLC/PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER
550
Evening
MW
1 cr
H Mayes
4 cr
D Michaelis
4 cr
H Mayes
4 cr
J du Maine
5 cr
H Mayes
5 cr
J du Maine
3 cr
T McGovern
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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9/18-9/25
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
Florissant Valley
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
Title
Section
EE:240
35433
EE:531
34238
EE:532
34239
ELECTRICAL MACHINES
550
Evening
LABVIEW BASICS I
550
Evening
LABVIEW BASICS II
550
Evening
Type
Day
Time
Location
M
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-272
R
5:30pm-8:15pm
E-285
R
5:30pm-8:15pm
E-285
Credits
Instructor
4 cr
STAFF
2 cr
H Mayes
1 cr
H Mayes
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/26-10/28
11/4-12/9
Emergency Medical Technology
EMT:121
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES, AND TECHNIQUES
8 cr
31576
50F
Day
TR
9am-1pm
B-136
S Newcomb
8/16-12/31
There is a prerequisite an American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Healthcare Providers card. 48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom
time. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
31578
50G
Evening
TR
6pm-10pm
B-136
K Frederickson
8/16-12/31
There is a prerequisite an American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Healthcare Providers card. 48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom
time. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
Engineering Graphics
EGR:050
32830
33106
EGR:100
30429
30431
EGR:104
30435
EGR:133
32704
30436
EGR:139
30438
EGR:148
34175
EGR:256
34132
FUNDAMENTALS OF DRAFTING
501
Day
550
Evening
ENGINEERING DRAWING
501
Day
550
Evening
ELECTRONIC DRAFTING
501
Day
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD I
501
Day
550
Evening
3-D AUTOCAD WITH AUTOSHADE
550
Evening
SOLID MODELING WITH UNIGRAPHICS
550
Evening
SOLID MODELING WITH CATIA
550
Evening
3 cr
C Knight
STAFF
3 cr
D Gerstenecker
P Morris
2 cr
STAFF
2 cr
D Gerstenecker
R Mueller
2 cr
R Hafner
2 cr
S Espeseth
2 cr
H Kempf
MW
TR
9:30am-12:15pm
5pm-6:30pm
E-277
E-277
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
MW
TR
9:30am-12:15pm
7pm-9:55pm
E-283
E-283
TR
12:30pm-2:20pm
E-284
TR
W
12:30pm-1:45pm
7pm-9:55pm
E-283
E-278
T
7pm-9:55pm
E-278
M
6pm-8:55pm
E-278
R
6pm-8:55pm
E-278
12:30pm-2:20pm
5pm-6:50pm
E-278
E-283
7:15pm-9:45pm
E-283
2pm-3:45pm
2pm-2:50pm
3pm-4:50pm
E-270
E-270
E-290
2pm-3:15pm
E-156
7:30pm-8:45pm
E-293
7:30pm-8:45pm
E-272
3 cr
T Freeman
3 cr
T Freeman
3 cr
T Pedersen
ENG:004
GRAMMAR REVIEW
31115
501
Arranged
TBA
For more information or to arrange a session, contact the Writing Center at 314-513-4474.
SC-136A
1 cr
M Martin
8/23-12/19
ENG:005
WRITING IMPROVEMENT
31116
501
Arranged
TBA
For more information or to arrange a session, contact the Writing Center at 314-513-4474.
SC-136A
1 cr
M Martin
8/23-12/19
ENG:007
BUSINESS WRITING REVIEW
32894
501
Arranged
TBA
For more information or to arrange a session, contact the Writing Center at 314-513-4474.
SC-136A
1 cr
M Martin
8/23-12/19
C-142
1 cr
J Heckmann
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/16-12/19
Engineering Science
ESC:100
34027
33094
ESC:101
30604
ESC:200
34018
ESC:203
30256
ESC:204
30257
ESC:207
30258
ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND DESIGN
501
Day
TR
550
Evening
MW
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
550
Evening
M
ENGINEERING CIRCUITS I
501
Day
T
R
R
ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
501
Day
MW
ENGINEERING MECHANICS II
550
Evening
MW
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS
550
Evening
TR
3 cr
T Freeman
T Freeman
3 cr
J Benavidez
4 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
English
ENG:017
34161
ESL: WRITING SKILLS
501
Arranged
TBA
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
ENG:020
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
3 cr
31117
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-108
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31118
502
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31119
503
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-108
B Wachal
8/23-12/19
31120
504
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31121
505
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-136
J Mense
8/23-12/19
31122
506
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-108
STAFF
9/14-12/19
31123
507
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-108
B Wachal
8/23-12/19
32643
508
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-108
STAFF
8/23-12/19
33986
509
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32084
510
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-108
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32579
512
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32606
513
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-136
J Mense
8/24-12/19
31276
514
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-108
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35102
515
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35103
516
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
C-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35104
517
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-103
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35557
519
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
C-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35559
520
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
C-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35560
521
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
C-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
33596
540
Day
MW
11am-12:20pm
C-109
K Pepple
9/13-12/19
33987
550
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
31124
551
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31125
552
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
C-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34553
553
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
C-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
ENG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
3 cr
31154
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-103
J Sodon
8/23-12/19
31155
502
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-109
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31156
503
Day
MW
8am-9:20am
SS-103
STAFF
9/13-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:032 is required.
31157
504
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-103
J Sodon
8/23-12/19
32891
505
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-109
C Walker
8/23-12/19
31158
506
Day
MW
9:30am-10:50am
SM-264
STAFF
9/13-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:032 is required.
31159
507
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-106
J Sodon
8/23-12/19
31160
508
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-103
R Ebest
8/23-12/19
31161
509
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-142
C Walker
8/23-12/19
31162
510
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-103
R Ebest
8/23-12/19
31163
511
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-109
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31164
512
Day
MW
2pm-3:20pm
C-109
STAFF
9/13-12/19
35106
513
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
C-108
L Oliver
8/23-12/19
31165
514
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
B-124
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35107
515
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
C-103
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31166
516
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-103
J Sodon
8/24-12/19
31167
517
Day
TR
8am-9:20am
C-109
STAFF
9/14-12/19
31168
518
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-103
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:032 is required.
31390
519
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
C-112
STAFF
9/14-12/19
31170
520
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32601
521
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-108
STAFF
8/24-12/19
31171
522
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-109
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:032 is required.
31169
523
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-103
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32589
524
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:032 is required.
31173
526
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:50pm
C-109
STAFF
9/13-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:032 is required.
32645
527
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
C-103
L Oliver
8/24-12/19
32644
528
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
C-108
STAFF
8/24-12/19
33631
530
Day
F
10:30am-1pm
C-106
STAFF
8/27-12/19
35566
531
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SS-104
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35567
532
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
E-270
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35574
533
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
C-103
STAFF
8/23-12/19
33632
535
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-270
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is part of The Academy. Concurrent enrollment in the linked sections of RDG:030, HUM:109 and COM:101 is required. See an advisor for information.
33597
540
Day
F
8am-10:30am
C-106
STAFF
9/17-12/19
32593
553
Day
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-103
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32590
551
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-103
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32591
552
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
C-103
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32595
554
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
C-103
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32625
580
Weekend
S
8am-11:30am
C-110
STAFF
8/28-12/31
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Florissant Valley
ENG:032
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING LAB
31175
502
Day
MW
31176
504
Day
MW
31178
514
Day
TR
31179
516
Day
TR
32646
554
Evening
TR
32605
580
Weekend
S
ENG:050
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS I
32206
501
Day
MW
33711
502
Day
MW
Open to SEED students only.
ENG:051
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS I
32002
501
Day
MW
33235
502
Day
MW
Open to SEED students only.
Credits
Instructor
Time
Location
9:30am-10:20am
11am-11:50am
9:30-10:20
11am-11:50am
7:05pm-7:55pm
11:35am-1pm
C-111
C-111
E-154
C-110
SS-110
C-110
9:30am-12pm
9:30am-12pm
C-142
C-107
2 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
6 cr
C Hill-Carter
M Struebing
8am-9:15am
2pm-3:15pm
SM-264
C-112
3 cr
C Hill-Carter
M Struebing
ENG:053
LISTENING AND NOTE-TAKING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
32003
501
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
32003
501
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
ENG:060
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS II
32975
501
Day
TR
8am-10:30am
ENG:061
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS II
33020
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
ENG:062
SPOKEN COMMUNICATION AND PRONUNCIATION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
32200
501
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
ENG:070
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
32976
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
ENG:080
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
34903
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
ENG:082
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING WITH GRAMMAR
35578
501
Day
MW
8am-9:50am
35579
502
Day
MW
12:30pm-2:20pm
35580
503
Day
TR
8am-9:50am
35581
504
Day
TR
12:30pm-2:20pm
35582
505
Day
MTWR
8am-8:50am
35583
506
Day
MTWR
2pm-2:50pm
ENG:083
BASIC WRITING SKILLS
35584
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
35585
502
Day
TR
12pm-1:45pm
35586
503
Day
MTW
11am-11:50am
35587
504
Day
TWR
2pm-2:50pm
35590
505
Day
MWF
9:30am-10:20am
ENG:101
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
30324
501
Day
MW
6:40am-7:55am
This section meets in a computer classroom. Basic computer skills are required.
30325
502
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
30326
503
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
30327
504
Day
MW
8am-9:20am
30328
505
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
30329
506
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
30330
507
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
30331
510
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
30332
511
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
30333
512
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
30334
513
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
30335
514
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
30336
515
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
30337
516
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:50pm
30339
517
Day
MW
2pm-4:30pm
30340
518
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
This class meets in a computer classroom. Basic computer skills are required.
30341
519
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
30342
520
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
30343
521
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
30344
522
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
30346
523
Day
MW
9:30am-10:50am
30347
524
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
30348
525
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
30349
526
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
30350
527
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:50pm
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
C-136
3 cr
J Sykes
J Sykes
6 cr
M Strizhevskaya
3 cr
M Strizhevskaya
3 cr
J Heckmann
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
J Heckmann
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
C Walker
3 cr
STAFF
C Walker
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
SS-105
SS-106
SS-108
E-291
B-214
E-293
B-214
C-142
E-295
E-156
E-156
C-142
C-142
SS-107
C-136
D Foster
STAFF
STAFF
M Richmond
D Foster
L Oliver
C Hake
M Richmond
L Oliver
STAFF
M Richmond
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
SS-102
SS-106
SM-265
E-282
C-142
B-123
B-215
E-295
B-245
STAFF
STAFF
R Popper
M Richmond
STAFF
J Spencer
M Richmond
R Ebest
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
E-154
E-154
E-143
E-143
C-142
E-268
E-268
E-268
C-142
B-124
C-142
E-154
B-215
SS-111
C-142
E-268
E-268
SM-264
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
30351
528
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SS-107
R Ebest
8/24-12/19
32163
529
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SS-106
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32231
530
Day
F
8am-10:30am
C-102
STAFF
8/27-12/19
32647
533
Day
F
11am-1:30pm
SS-104
STAFF
9/17-12/19
35108
534
Day
F
2pm-4:30pm
C-102
STAFF
8/27-12/19
32648
535
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
SS-104
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34376
50H
Evening
W
5:45pm-9:45pm
OFF CAMPUS
STAFF
8/25-10/15
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course. Class meets at Hazelwood Central High School, 15955 New Halls Ferry Road, Florissant, MO 63031 in Room SA-121.
30352
551
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
E-282
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30353
552
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
E-282
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30354
553
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
E-160
STAFF
8/25-12/19
30355
554
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
E-282
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30356
555
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
E-282
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30357
556
Evening
TR
7pm-9:40pm
B-123
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30358
557
Evening
R
5:30pm-9:35pm
C-136
J Sodon
8/26-10/17
33385
585
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
C-142
J Medeiros
8/31-12/7
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
35722
587
Evening
TR
6pm-7:15pm
E-293
C Hake
8/24-12/19
Permission required, contact the ECE program coordinator, Irene Kalmar, at 314-513-4708.
30359
582
Weekend
S
8am-12pm
C-136
STAFF
8/28-10/17
30361
574
Online
TBA
NET
J Mense
8/24-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32931
575
Online
TBA
NET
J Mense
8/24-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33405
576
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/24-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34557
578
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ENG:102
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
3 cr
33628
5X1
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SS-104
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30366
5XA
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-136
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30367
5XB
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-136
K Gordon
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30369
5XE
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-215
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30370
5XF
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-245
L Oliver
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30371
5XG
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-215
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30372
5XI
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-142
R Popper
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30373
5XJ
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:50pm
B-215
STAFF
9/13-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30374
5XK
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SS-108
J Spencer
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30375
5XM
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-293
C Hake
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
32164
5XN
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-156
K Gordon
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
32165
5XO
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-295
C Hake
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
32649
5XP
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-282
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
32650
5XQ
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-293
J Spencer
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
34377
5WH
Evening
W
3:30pm-9:30pm
OFF CAMPUS
STAFF
10/18-12/17
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. Class meets at Hazelwood Central High School,15955 New Halls
Ferry Road, Florissant, MO 63031.
30376
5XR
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
B-214
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30378
5XS
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
B-123
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30379
5XT
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
B-214
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Florissant Valley
30380
5XU
Evening
R
5:30pm-9:35pm
C-136
J Sodon
10/21-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
32166
5XW
Weekend
S
8am-12pm
C-136
STAFF
10/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course and recommended that they complete COM:101.
30381
5WA
Online
TBA
NET
J Mense
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
30382
5WB
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33201
5WD
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33468
5WE
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ENG:103
REPORT WRITING
3 cr
31248
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-136
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section meets in a computer classroom. Basic computer skills are required.
34887
5WA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-136
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. This section meets in a computer classroom. Basic computer
skills are required.
31249
550
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
C-136
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section meets in a computer classroom. Basic computer skills are required.
34888
5WB
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
E-295
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. This section meets in a computer classroom. Basic computer
skills are required.
31616
574
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33616
575
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Permission required if not in a technical major, contact the English department chair at [email protected] For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34889
5WD
Online
TBA
NET
J Robinson
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. Permission required if not in a technical major, contact the
English department chair at [email protected] For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ENG:104
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
3 cr
31250
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-129
J Spencer
ENG:105
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
3 cr
31251
5XA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-268
J Spencer
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ENG:110
CREATIVE WRITING
3 cr
31252
5WA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-214
R Popper
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31253
5WB
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
B-211
K Gordon
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32910
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ENG:114
WRITING PLAYS AND FILMSCRIPTS
34564
5WA
Day
F
11am-1:30pm
SS-108
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Foster
ENG:201
INTRODUCTION TO FICTION
3 cr
31255
5XA
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-216
R Popper
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
ENG:205
AMERICAN LITERATURE BETWEEN 1865 AND 1945
3 cr
32901
5WA
Online
TBA
NET
J Sodon
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ENG:214
CONTEMPORARY FICTION
3 cr
31260
5XA
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
E-295
C Hake
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
ENG:216
WOMEN IN LITERATURE
3 cr
33135
5XA
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
B-214
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
ENG:217
MAJOR BLACK WRITERS
3 cr
32899
5XA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-142
C Walker
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
ENG:222
MAJOR BRITISH WRITERS
3 cr
35610
5XA
Day
TR
11am-12:30pm
C-142
K Gordon
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
ENG:225
POETRY WRITING
3 cr
32168
5XA
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-142
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
ENG:226
33359
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
3 cr
5WA
Online
TBA
NET
B Wachal
8/23-12/19
Optional Orientation
T
6pm-7:15pm
SS-107
8/25-8/25
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32913
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ENG:228
STUDIES IN LITERATURE
3 cr
35612
5XA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-272
D Foster
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35615
5XB
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-123
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35616
5XD
Day
F
8am-10:30am
C-142
M Richmond
8/27-12/19
Focus will be love in literature. This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35617
5XE
Day
S
8am-11am
C-142
J Spencer
8/28-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
33471
5WB
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Focus will be literature for adolescents. This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34562
5WD
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Focus will be the family in American literature. This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more
information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32702
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ENG:229
INTERMEDIATE WRITING WORKSHOP
3 cr
32603
5WA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-110
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34587
5WD
Day
F
11am-1:30pm
C-106
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32604
551
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
C-108
STAFF
ENG:230
ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE
3 cr
35618
5XA
Day
W
2pm-4:30pm
SS-108
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Finance
FIN:100
PERSONAL FINANCE
3 cr
33830
574
Online
TBA
NET
J Forrest
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Jeffery Forrest at [email protected] or 314-513-4547.
French
FRE:101
31266
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:55am
E-154
12:30pm-1:45pm
11am-12:15pm
5:40pm-6:55pm
E-278
E-278
E-283
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
5:10pm-6:50pm
E-278
E-278
E-284
4 cr
E Diallo
8/23-12/19
General Engineering
GE:101
30290
30291
30292
GE:131
30306
30307
30310
GE:290
34174
TECHNICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
501
Day
MW
502
Day
TR
550
Evening
TR
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ORIENTATION
501
Day
TR
502
Day
MW
550
Evening
M
WORKPLACE LEARNING: GENERAL ENGINEERING
500
Day
TBA
TBA
3 cr
H Mayes
H Mayes
T Pedersen
1 cr
T McGovern
T McGovern
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Geography
GEG:101
REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY: THE WESTERN WORLD
3 cr
33742
5XA
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SS-105
M Metroulas
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
MW
MW
TR
MW
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
7pm-8:20pm
SM-262
SM-262
SM-262
SM-262
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-262
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Geology
Florissant Valley
GEO:100
30240
30241
35647
34688
GEO:103
35648
EARTH SCIENCE
501
Day
502
Day
503
Day
550
Evening
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
501
Day
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
History
HST:101
AMERICAN HISTORY I
35073
501
Day
TR
4pm-5:15pm
SS-104
31689
502
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-102
31690
503
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SS-102
31691
504
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-102
31692
506
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-108
31693
5WA
Day
MW
4pm-5:15pm
SS-102
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31694
550
Evening
M
7:05pm-9:45pm
SS-102
32687
580
Weekend
F
6pm-8:40pm
SS-108
HST:102
AMERICAN HISTORY II
31695
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-110
31696
502
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-107
HST:105
U.S. IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
31698
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-101
33278
5WA
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-112
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35595
550
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
SS-105
35597
5WB
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
SS-105
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
M Sullivan
P Nygard
G Moser
G Moser
P Nygard
P Nygard
P Nygard
B Hufker
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
J Medeiros
J Medeiros
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
M Metroulas
M Metroulas
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
HST:107
HISTORY OF BLACK AMERICA
3 cr
34550
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SS-107
L Collins
34912
503
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-105
L Collins
31699
501
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
SS-104
L Collins
HST:115
ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL HERITAGE
3 cr
32792
5XA
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SS-105
J Medeiros
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
HST:119
THE MODERN WORLD
31773
585
Evening
T
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
6pm-10pm
C-102
HST:130
AFRICAN HISTORY I
33062
5WA
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
SS-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
3 cr
J Medeiros
8/31-12/7
3 cr
B Hufker
8/25-12/19
HST:138
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY II
3 cr
33588
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
HST:139
BRITISH HISTORY
3 cr
33589
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
HST:206
WOMEN IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
3 cr
33279
550
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
SS-107
M Sullivan
HST:207
AMERICA IN VIETNAM
3 cr
31715
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/26-12/19
8/16-12/31
Human Services
HMS:100
30001
31557
HMS:101
31558
HMS:102
31746
HMS:201
32684
HMS:202
32077
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
501
Day
MW
550
Evening
T
HUMAN SERVICES: THEORIES AND SKILLS
501
Day
TR
HUMAN SERVICES: POLICY AND POLITICS
501
Day
MW
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HUMAN SERVICES I
501
Arranged
TBA
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HUMAN SERVICES II
501
Arranged
TBA
9:30am-10:45am
7:05pm-9:45pm
SS-111
SS-111
9:30am-10:45am
SS-107
11am-12:15pm
SS-111
TBA
TBA
3 cr
H Rosenthal
H Rosenthal
3 cr
H Rosenthal
3 cr
H Rosenthal
3 cr
H Rosenthal
3 cr
H Rosenthal
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
HMS:203
HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM SEMINAR I
3 cr
31756
550
Evening
W
7:05pm-9:45pm
SS-104
H Rosenthal
HMS:204
HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM SEMINAR II
3 cr
31759
550
Evening
W
7:05pm-9:45pm
SS-104
H Rosenthal
HMS:205
CRISIS INTERVENTION
3 cr
34403
50J
Evening
R
5:45pm-9:45pm
OFF CAMPUS
F Thomas
This section is an accelerated Fast Track course. Class meets at Urban League Head Start Jennings Location, 8964 Jennings Station Road.
Dates
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
9/16-12/19
Humanities
HUM:109
ARTS AND IDEAS IN THE ANCIENT WORLD
34017
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
H-113
HUM:110
THE MIDDLE AGES AND THE RENAISSANCE
31006
5WA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
H-113
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
C Berger
3 cr
C Berger
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Information Systems
IS:101
KEYBOARDING
1 cr
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
B-122
B Balderas
8/23-10/17
574
Online
TBA
NET
B Balderas
9/20-10/29
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
35754
575
Online
TBA
NET
B Balderas
9/20-10/29
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
33220
34372
IS:102
KEYBOARDING AND FORMATTING
3 cr
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-125
R Palank
8/24-12/19
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:40am
B-125
J Clayton
8/23-12/19
503
Day
TR
9:30am-10:40am
B-125
R Palank
8/24-12/19
504
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-122
R Palank
8/23-12/19
505
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-122
STAFF
8/23-12/19
506
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-122
STAFF
8/24-12/19
550
Evening
R
7:00pm-9:30pm
B-120
B Barnes
8/26-12/19
574
Online
TBA
NET
B Balderas
8/23-12/19
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
35085
575
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
9/7-12/19
Optional Orientation
T
10am
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
32631
33718
33221
34120
35791
35792
32632
33291
IS:103
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
3 cr
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-127
S Hollins
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-122
D Wilke
503
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-242
D Wilke
504
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-242
D Wilke
551
Evening
W
7:05pm-9:45pm
B-139
G Gutzler
552
Evening
R
7:05pm-9:45pm
B-139
G Gutzler
580
Weekend
S
9am-10:45am
B-139
G Gutzler
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
30840
30841
30842
30843
30844
30845
35637
33804
IS:107
3 cr
T
1pm-3:30pm
B-127
T Cupples
8/24-10/17
R
5:30pm-8pm
8/24-10/17
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
34360
IS:110
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/16-12/19
9/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
564
Day/Hybrid
PROGRAM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
564
Day/Hybrid
T
1pm-3:30pm
B-127
T Cupples
10/19-12/19
R
5:30pm-8pm
B-127
10/21-12/19
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
34361
IS:112
SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE CONCEPTS
3 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
T Cupples
Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
33806
IS:116
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
MICROCOMPUTER LITERACY
3 cr
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-139
R Palank
8/24-12/19
IS:119
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-WORD PROCESSING
34861
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
9/18-10/17
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Office 2007 - Word will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy
Gee Hollins at [email protected]
30860
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS
1 cr
33532
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
B-127
J Clayton
8/24-9/16
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught.
35757
502
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
TBA
STAFF
8/23-9/20
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught.
32451
580
Weekend
F
6pm-8:30pm
B-127
B Curtis
9/24-10/15
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught.
33688
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
8/16-12/31
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee
Hollins at [email protected]
33689
575
Online
TBA
TBA
S Hollins
8/16-12/31
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee
Hollins at [email protected]
IS:124
WINDOWS-ADVANCED TOPICS
1 cr
33543
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
8/16-12/31
Microsoft Windows VISTA will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee
Hollins at [email protected]
IS:125
EXCEL FOR WINDOWS
2 cr
33544
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
9/18-11/12
Microsoft Office 2007 - Excel will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy
Gee Hollins at [email protected]
Florissant Valley
IS:123
IS:126
E-MAIL AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
1 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
10/16-12/17
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Office 2007 - Outlook will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy
Gee Hollins at [email protected]
33536
IS:129
1 cr
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
9/18-10/17
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
33545
IS:130
IS:131
HTML
574
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE SUPPORT
3 cr
35592
564
Day/Hybrid
MW
1pm-3:30pm
B-119
T Cupples
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
35675
565
Evening/Hybrid
MW
5:30pm-8pm
B-119
B Boyle
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
Advanced HTML
1 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
10/18-12/19
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
33835
IS:132
WINDOWS-INTERMEDIATE TOPICS
1 cr
34373
501
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
B-127
J Clayton
9/21-10/14
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught.
30864
550
Evening
F
6pm-9:40pm
B-127
B Curtis
10/22-11/12
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught.
33533
574
Online
TBA
NET
B Curtis
8/16-12/31
Microsoft Windows 7 will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee
Hollins at [email protected]
IS:136
Internet Fundamentals
35758
501
Day
TR
35759
564
Self Paced Open Lab
TBA
This is an 8-week open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted course.
IS:137
11am-12:15pm
TBA
TBA
B-131
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
9/14-10/14
9/12-12/12
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-PRESENTATION SOFTWARE
1 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
10/16-12/17
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Office 2007-PowerPoint will be taught in this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning
or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
34862
IS:139
Web Publishing
3 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
8/23-12/19
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
35760
IS:151
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS
35761
501
Day
TR
12:30-2:30pm
B-139
33838
564
Evening/Hybrid
M
5pm-6pm
B-125
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
4 cr
STAFF
S Hollins
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
9/7-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
32895
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Hollins
9/7-12/19
Microsoft Office 2007 - Suite will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy
Gee Hollins at [email protected]
IS:157
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING
1 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
10/18-11/12
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Office 2007 - Word will be taught in this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or
contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
IS:161
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING
1 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
11/13-12/17
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
Microsoft Office 2007 - Word will be taught in this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or
contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
32978
IS:214
SPREADSHEET MACROS AND ADVANCED TOPICS
1 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
S Boyle
11/13-12/12
Optional Orientation
T
10am-12pm
B-127
8/21-8/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Stacy Gee Hollins at [email protected]
34752
IS:215
INTRODUCTION TO LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
3 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
C Chott
Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
DATABASE MANAGEMENT
3 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
T Cupples
Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
30919
IS:225
33839
IS:229
UNIX/LINUX
3 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
T Cupples
Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
IS:231
INTRODUCTION TO DATA COMMUNICATIONS
3 cr
33840
574
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
30920
IS:235
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/31
8/21-8/21
NETWORK DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
3 cr
564
Day/Hybrid
T
5:30pm-8pm
B-119
STAFF
10/19-12/19
R
1pm-3:30pm
B-119
10/21-12/19
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
35718
IS:236
IS:239
IS:241
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
35719
595
Evening/Hybrid
W
7pm-8:20pm
B-119
C Chott
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
8/25-10/17
ROUTER ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
35720
595
Evening/Hybrid
W
7pm-8:20pm
B-127
C Chott
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
10/20-12/19
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
3 cr
574
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
Required Orientation
S
1pm-3pm
B-123
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
33841
IS:251
3 cr
T
1pm-3:30pm
B-125
R Palank
8/24-12/19
R
5:30pm-8pm
B-125
8/26-12/19
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
35275
IS:252
ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING
564
Day/Hybrid
3 cr
M
1pm-3:30pm
B-125
R Palank
8/23-10/17
W
5:30pm-8pm
B-125
8/25-10/17
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
35713
IS:260
JAVA PROGRAMMING
564
Day/Hybrid
3 cr
T
1pm-3:30pm
B-125
R Palank
10/19-12/19
R
5:50pm-8pm
B-125
10/21-12/19
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
35710
IS:256
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
C++ PROGRAMMING
564
Day/Hybrid
VISUAL C++ APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
564
Day/Hybrid
M
1pm-3:30pm
B-125
R Palank
10/18-12/19
W
5:30pm-8pm
B-125
10/20-12/19
Students are only required to attend one session of lecture per week. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning or contact Tom Cupples at [email protected]
35717
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
33478
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Interdisciplinary Studies
Florissant Valley
IDS:101
CORNERSTONE
3 cr
32153
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
PE-204
C Campbell
8/23-12/19
A Healthy You focuses on health and wellness. Students in this course will be challenged to examine historical and cultural perspectives and belief systems around the
topics of violence and abuse, relationships and sexuality, aging, dying and death, stress management, drug use and abuse, nutrition, cardiovascular health, cancer,
reproductive health, and alcohol and tobacco.
34655
502
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
PE-204
C Campbell
8/24-12/19
A Healthy You focuses on health and wellness. Students in this course will be challenged to examine historical and cultural perspectives and belief systems around the
topics of violence and abuse, relationships and sexuality, aging, dying and death, stress management, drug use and abuse, nutrition, cardiovascular health, cancer,
reproductive health, and alcohol and tobacco.
32577
503
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SS-105
C McDonald
8/24-12/19
The Truth Behind the Numbers. Have you ever wondered how to compute the odds in gambling? How did Al Gore lose the election with more votes? How can you save
hundreds on the purchase of your next car? Students will address these questions and others by gathering, organizing and analyzing data.
32958
508
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-216
J Forrest
8/24-12/19
Contemporary Business Issues focuses on collaboration, team building, cultural and business diversity, business ethics, information technology, and information
dissemination. Throughout the course, students will analyze current business issues as found in our daily lives.
33063
510
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-116
T Freeman
8/24-12/19
Modern Technology is concerned with the social and environmental impact of recent advances in science and technology. Since technological change is rapid, science
literacy is required to understand the complexity of the change and the trade-off between cost and benefit to society. Various technologies, their processes and
implementation are critically examined through historical, cultural, and ethical perspectives to provide the student with a foundation for making informed judgments on the
value of technology.
33286
513
Day
M
12:30pm-3:10pm
E-160
A Coelho
8/23-12/19
The Quest for Meaning: The Good Life introduces fundamentally different views of what constitutes the good life. Our class discussions will begin with an
autobiographical essay by a young man, the founder of a neo-Nazi party, who lost his way in life, but saw the error of his choices when he was still young. His choices and the
arguments he gives to support his choices will be evaluated from each of the different major moral positions discussed in the class.
34656
514
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-291
E Fliss
8/24-12/19
12 Inventions that Changed the World. Some inventions are so novel that they change the societies into which they are introduced. In this course we will examine how
revolutionary inventions came to be and how they changed their societies and the world. We will also look at the cultural battles that surrounded the introduction of many of
these inventions. Twelve inventions are introduced in the syllabus. The class will choose a 13th invention to study. A special class event will be held at the end of the course,
in which students will present papers and projects concerning the inventions discussed.
33524
515
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-282
E Fliss
8/24-12/19
12 Inventions that Changed the World. Some inventions are so novel that they change the societies into which they are introduced. In this course we will examine how
revolutionary inventions came to be and how they changed their societies and the world. We will also look at the cultural battles that surrounded the introduction of many of
these inventions. Twelve inventions are introduced in the syllabus. The class will choose a 13th invention to study. A special class event will be held at the end of the course,
in which students will present papers and projects concerning the inventions discussed.
33525
516
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-216
S Appelbaum
8/23-12/19
Nutrition and Evolution will explore the relationship of human evolution to the nutritional needs of 21st century man and how the current American diet contributes to the
prevalence of chronic diseases of modern society. Topics will include functions and food sources of essential nutrients, dieting and diet planning methods, fad diets, food
processing, and genetics and metabolism. We will explore the ethical implications of our food choices and their effect on the environment. Discussions and debates will be
based on the assigned texts, as well as critiques of the popular press and media sources of nutritional information and misinformation.
33546
519
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-116
R Berne
8/24-12/19
Science, Art and Self will introduce science (e.g. physics and biology), art (e.g. painting, writing, film, music), and psychology through a variety of forms and our experiences
of them. You will see, read, and write about science, art and your own experience while learning how these human enterprises influence one another and our valuing of the
world around us and ourselves.
34063
524
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-282
L Wilson
8/23-12/19
Working With At-Risk Populations will enable students to effectively and without prejudiced opinion work with populations within the justice system, those who are at
risk for entering the justice system and their families. Additionally, this course will educate students regarding the developmental stages of varying groups who enter the
justice system; educate students regarding the historical and current outcomes of varying communities using our stratified class society structure and analyze policies related
to the justice system. Furthermore, this course will educate students on the history of the nation’s punitive systems.
34898
565
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
B-214
STAFF
8/26-12/19
America Today will concentrate on critical reading and thinking about America and its current issues. Students will learn the processes of critical thinking and reading and
apply their skills to readings from recent periodicals and essays related to issues of race and ethnicity, religion, gender and politics. Students will also explore America's world
view and apply their knowledge to the analysis of major global issues affecting America. This course is part of the Express/Early Care Education Program.
32581
585
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
C-102
C Stephens
8/31-12/7
The Artist in Society. Art can reflect society, comment on society, or attempt to change society. This course will examine changes in the world around us through an
exploration of works of art. During the semester, students will view and discuss film, drama, dance and visual art. Through these cultural artifacts, students will explore value
systems in order to clarify and develop their own. This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
IDS:201
CAPSTONE
4 cr
34712
502
Day
TR
11am-12:45pm
E-154
T Layton
8/24-12/19
Sports in American Society. It can be argued that sport, in all of its varieties and forms, is the most popular form of entertainment in 21st century America. To dismiss
sports as merely games would severely underestimate the power and influence that sport holds on us as a society and as individuals. This course will research the many ways
in sports create or illuminate larger issues of culture, socialization, economics, race, and gender within society. We'll use these topics as opportunities for conducting, utilizing
and documenting academic research, examining effective rhetorical strategies for defending arguments, practicing speaking skills and writing essays through a process of
drafting, editing, and revision. We'll practice these skills by analyzing and discussing weekly readings while simultaneously working on related assignments.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
32882
51A
Day
TR
11am-12:45pm
E-272
C Blanco
8/24-12/19
Sex, Drugs, and Rock'n'Roll focuses on students' development of analytical reading and thinking skills as applied to current text pertaining to the discussion of
contemporary notions about sex, the use of drugs, and contemporary culture as it relates to the music industry and music, specifically rock'n'roll. Students will analyze and
evaluate text related to these topics in order to identify fact versus opinion, the process of argumentation and persuasion, authors' purpose and tone, patterns of organization,
and the recognition of errors in thinking. This is a technology-enhanced course that requires students to gain proficiency in the basic use of computers.
33526
552
Evening
W
5:45pm-9:30pm
SM-127
P Nygard
8/25-12/19
The Annotated Middle-earth: Myth, Language, and Ideology in the Literature of JRR Tolkien. In searching for the origins of Middle-earth, this course seeks to bring
students to an appreciation of the world of myth and legend from which JRR Tolkien drew his inspiration. An understanding of the heritage is an essential aspect of this
endeavor for the Master of Middle-earth was deeply committed to the study of the ancient soul as preserved in myth and legend. Yet, students will also get to know Tolkien
as a 20th century writer whose creative process - though richer and more profound for the ancient tradition it draws on - went beyond mere imitation to renew, invigorate, and
finally reinvent the Heroic Quest for the modern world.
32883
551
Evening
W
5pm-8:45pm
E-158
C Reilly
8/25-12/19
The Body Beautiful: Perspectives on Physical Attractiveness. The desire to be beautiful is as old as mankind; yet many say that today's obsession with physical
attractiveness has reached unprecedented levels. Why, for example, have eating disorders increased among young people? How is our body image affected by
advertisements, commercials and other media representations? Do "beautiful" people have an advantage in life? Will advances in plastic surgery create a race of
supermodels? Explore these questions and more as we study the history of beauty culture, the biology of attraction, and the social and psychological implications behind the
quest for physical perfection.
33289
506
Online
TBA
NET
B Wachal
8/23-12/19
“Don't Have a Cow, Man!" The Simpsons as Defenders of Traditional American Values.The Simpsons," America's longest-running prime-time animated television
series, has often generated controversy because of its irreverent commentary on America and culture. This course will call upon students' experience and knowledge gained
from other course work to examine the words and actions of Bart, Homer, Marge,Lisa and other residents of Springfield to understand how, in addition to being one of the
more entertaining programs on television, "The Simpsons" is one of the most insightful and traditional shows as well. For more information, see Distance Learning on page
190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33410
575
Online
TBA
NET
J Bone
8/23-12/19
America at War in the 20th Century. Through a survey of selected pieces of literature (fiction and nonfiction), art, music, and film, students will experience a range of
American's attitude toward war in the 20th century. Students will use critical and creative thinking skills to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information. Students will use
the full array of communication skills to discover, discuss, develop, and deliver a response to the attitudes portrayed in reading selections. Students will conduct research
using traditional as well as electronic sources in preparing a final project. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on
Distance Learning.
33528
580
Online
TBA
NET
S Fox
8/23-12/19
The Leadership Development Seminar is designed to provide emerging and existing leaders the opportunity to explore the concept of leadership and to develop and
improve their leadership skills. The course integrates readings from the humanities, experiential exercises, films, case studies and contemporary readings on leadership. This
interdisciplinary course focuses on leadership development from a variety of perspectives. Students will research, analyze, discuss and experience the topic of leadership from
traditional and electronic sources. Honors contracts for a leadership project will be offered to eligible students. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Japanese
JPN:101
33363
MODERN JAPANESE I
550
Evening
W
5:40pm-9:10pm
C-104
6pm-10pm
B-242
6pm-10pm
B-242
6pm-10pm
B-214
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-211
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-243
9am-1pm
B-211
9am-1pm
B-211
4 cr
R Townsend
8/25-12/19
Legal Studies
LGL:104
INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL TRIAL PROCEDURES
34609
550
Evening
M
LGL:106
COMPUTERS AND THE LAW
34610
550
Evening
T
LGL:108
INTRODUCTION TO LAW FOR THE PARALEGAL
34612
550
Evening
T
LGL:202
WILLS, TRUSTS AND PROBATE ADMINISTRATION
33927
595
Evening/Hybrid
W
LGL:211
TORTS
34614
550
Evening
M
LGL:217
LEGAL RESEARCH
35669
580
Weekend
S
LGL:218
LEGAL WRITING
35671
580
Weekend
S
LGL:219
PARALEGAL INTERNSHIP
30916
51A
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the division office at 314-513-4326.
LGL:223
33921
LGL:228
34631
EVIDENCE
550
Evening
FAMILY LAW
550
Evening
B-217
F
6pm-7:50pm
B-243
R
6pm-10pm
B-245
3 cr
L Klingerman
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
L Klingerman
3 cr
W Wallace
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
L Smith
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
W Wallace
1 cr
M Jamison
3 cr
L Klingerman
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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10/19-12/14
8/24-10/11
8/23-10/17
8/25-12/15
8/23-10/17
8/28-10/16
10/23-12/18
8/23-12/19
10/22-12/17
10/21-12/16
Florissant Valley
33527
508
Day
MW
12:30pm-2:15pm
C-116
J Spencer
8/23-12/19
I Liked the Movie Better explores how important human experiences or behavior can be conveyed differently by a writer (a novelist or short story author or poet), compared
to a film director. We will see how a concept or idea about human relationships or about society can be expressed in one way on the screen and in quite a different way on
the pages of a book.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Credits
Instructor
Dates
MGT:101
INTRODUCTION TO SUPERVISION
32795
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
J Forrest
8/23-12/19
MGT:204
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
32456
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Type
Day
Time
Location
Management
Florissant Valley
Marketing
MKT:104
PRINCIPLES OF SELLING
30735
501
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-211
MKT:203
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
30736
501
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
B-211
32457
574
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
J Forrest
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Mass Communications
MCM:101
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS
3 cr
31083
5XA
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-107
E McCloskey
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
31084
5XB
Day
W
12:30pm-3:15pm
C-107
R Thomas-Woods
8/25-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
31085
5XD
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-112
S Bai
9/20-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35645
551
Evening
W
6pm-8:45pm
C-116
STAFF
8/25-12/19
33388
5XE
Online
TBA
NET
E McCloskey
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see
Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.or contact the instructor, Ellen McCloskey, at [email protected] or 314-5134089.
MCM:110
JOURNALISM I: WRITING AND REPORTING
31086
501
Day
TR
MCM:113
APPLIED JOURNALISM
33692
502
Arranged
TBA
MCM:115
ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
35726
501
Day
MW
MCM:120
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING
31087
501
Day
MW
MCM:121
TELEVISION PRODUCTION
33076
501
Day
W
MCM:122
APPLIED BROADCASTING
31714
501
Arranged
TBA
Contact the instructor the first week of the semester to schedule an airshift.
9:30am-10:45am
C-107
C-116
11am-12:15pm
IR-142
9:30am-10:45am
C-112
1pm-3:30pm
IR-142
C-101
3 cr
R Thomas-Woods
3 cr
R Thomas-Woods
3 cr
S Bai
3 cr
S Bai
3 cr
S Bai
3 cr
S Bai
MCM:123
BROADCAST JOURNALISM
3 cr
33993
501
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
C-116
S Bai
MCM:124
RADIO PRODUCTION
3 cr
31089
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-113
S Bai
MCM:126
VIDEO PRODUCTION - FIELD
3 cr
35723
551
Evening
T
6pm-8:45pm
STAFF
MCM:130
FILM APPRECIATION
3 cr
31109
5XA
Day
T
12:30pm-3:15pm
C-107
STAFF
34434
5XB
Day
F
9:30am-12:15pm
C-107
K Timmermann
MCM:132
MAJOR THEMES IN FILM
3 cr
32914
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
MCM:140
INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING
3 cr
31110
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-107
E McCloskey
33994
502
Online
TBA
NET
E McCloskey
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor Ellen McCloskey, at
[email protected] or 314-513-4089.
MCM:141
31111
MCM:201
31741
33721
33722
PUBLIC RELATIONS
501
Day
MEDIA INTERNSHIP I
501
Arranged
502
Arranged
503
Arranged
MW
9:30am-10:45am
TBA
TBA
TBA
C-107
C-116
C-116
C-116
3 cr
E McCloskey
3 cr
E McCloskey
R Thomas-Woods
S Bai
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Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
MCM:209
BLACKS AND THE WORLD OF CINEMA
3 cr
33630
5XA
Day
M
12:30pm-3:45pm
C-107
R Thomas-Woods
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
MCM:215
MAJOR FILM DIRECTORS
35553
501
Day
M
12:30pm-3:15pm
MCM:219
MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
34638
503
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
Permission of the instructor required. Will cover topics in cross-cultural journalism.
C-116
TC-201
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
R Thomas-Woods
MCM:219
MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
1 cr
31717
501
Arranged
TBA
C-101
S Bai
Permission required, contact the instructor at 314-513-4475. Students must enroll in this one-hour credit section to have a KCFV-FM shift.
34637
502
Arranged
TBA
C-101
S Bai
Students must enroll in this one-credit hour section to have a KCFV-FM after hours voice tracking shift. The first meeting is 1-3 p.m. 8/23/10 in C-101.
Dates
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Mathematics
MTH:020
PRE ALGEBRA
32285
501
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
SM-267
32302
502
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
SM-125
32307
504
Day
MWF
7am-8:50am
SM-124
32308
505
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
E-160
32309
506
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
E-156
32310
507
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SM-127
32314
509
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SM-124
32315
510
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
E-158
34177
511
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
E-291
34178
512
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-291
32318
513
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-295
32319
514
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-293
33926
515
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SM-124
32320
516
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
E-282
32317
525
Day
F
9am-11:45am
SM-124
32321
526
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
E-291
32322
527
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
E-293
34721
528
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
E-282
35122
529
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
E-158
32323
531
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
B-123
34179
532
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-124
32324
533
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-124
34720
534
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-291
32325
535
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-124
32966
536
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-125
34722
537
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-156
32390
538
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SM-125
34723
539
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
E-291
35691
53E
Day
TR
11am-12:50pm
SM-282
This section of Prealgebra is ENHANCED. Contact the Math department chair at 314-513-4852 for more information.
32988
540
Day
MW
12:30pm-2:15pm
SM-282
33732
541
Day
MW
12:30pm-2:15pm
SM-282
33733
542
Day
TR
12:30pm-2:15pm
SM-282
32326
543
Day
TR
12:30pm-2:15pm
B-123
35199
544
Day
MW
2:30pm-4:15pm
E-295
35227
545
Day
TR
2:30pm-4:15pm
E-160
35265
570
Day
MW
2:30pm-4:15pm
E-291
35266
575
Day
TR
3pm-4:45pm
SM-267
35228
549
Evening
MW
5:10pm-6:50pm
E-291
32327
550
Evening
MW
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-124
32329
552
Evening
MW
7:10pm-8:25pm
SM-124
32328
553
Evening
TR
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-124
32330
554
Evening
TR
7:10pm-8:25pm
SM-124
33964
555
Evening
TR
5:10pm-6:50pm
SM-126
34031
562
Evening
M
7:10pm-9:55pm
E-295
32331
564
Evening
W
7:10pm-9:55pm
SM-125
32332
566
Evening
R
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-212
35290
577
Evening
MW
7:15pm-9pm
B-123
32333
581
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
SM-124
MTH:027
BRIDGES TO ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
32404
580
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-125
F
6pm-9pm
SM-125
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Florissant Valley
MTH:030
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
32334
501
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
SM-127
32336
503
Day
MWF
7am-8:50am
SM-126
32335
504
Day
MWF
7am-8:50am
SM-124
32337
507
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
E-293
32338
508
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
E-158
32339
510
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SM-126
32340
511
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-123
32351
512
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SM-268
Computer-aided section uses a computer lab format with an on-site instructor.
32341
513
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SM-126
32342
514
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-123
32343
516
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-126
32344
518
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-124
32345
520
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SM-126
32346
521
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
E-158
34724
525
Day
F
9am-11:45am
SM-126
32347
526
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-125
32348
527
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-267
32349
529
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-126
32350
530
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-158
32352
531
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-156
32353
532
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-158
32354
534
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-126
32355
536
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-265
32356
537
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
E-295
32357
538
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SM-126
32358
540
Day
MW
12:30pm-2:15pm
SM-282
33010
545
Day
TR
2:30pm-4:15pm
E-272
32359
550
Evening
MW
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-126
32361
552
Evening
MW
7:10pm-8:25pm
SM-126
34035
553
Evening
TR
5:10pm-6:50pm
E-295
32360
554
Evening
TR
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-125
32362
555
Evening
TR
7:10pm-8:25pm
SM-126
32363
556
Evening
M
7:10pm-9:55pm
SM-125
32364
558
Evening
T
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-243
35549
55E
Evening
MW
6:30pm-9:30pm
B-215
Open to CHOICE and EXPRESS program students only. Permission required, contact the ECE department chair at 314-513-4061.
32367
560
Evening
M
7:10pm-9:55pm
SM-268
Computer-aided section uses a computer lab format with an on-site instructor.
32365
562
Evening
R
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-211
33012
582
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
SM-126
MTH:040
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA AND BASIC MATH
32372
501
Day
MWF
8am-9:24am
SM-125
32376
503
Day
MWF
9:30am-10:54am
SM-125
34033
505
Day
MWF
12pm-1:24pm
SM-282
32377
550
Evening
TR
7:10pm-9:25pm
SM-125
MTH:108
ELEMENTARY APPLIED MATHEMATICS
30430
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-125
30433
552
Evening
M
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-124
MTH:123
INTRODUCTION TO THE TEXAS INSTRUMENTS GRAPHING CALCULATOR
33023
580
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-267
F
6pm-9pm
SM-267
33025
581
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-267
F
6pm-9pm
SM-267
33026
582
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-268
F
6pm-9pm
SM-268
33027
583
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-268
F
6pm-9pm
SM-268
MTH:124
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I
34025
550
Evening
MW
5:45pm-7pm
SM-282
MTH:137
BRIDGES TO INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
33031
580
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-266
F
6pm-9pm
SM-266
MTH:140
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
30440
501
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
SM-266
30441
503
Day
MWF
7am-8:50am
SM-126
30442
504
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SM-266
30446
505
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SM-233
30458
506
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SM-266
Credits
Instructor
Dates
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
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8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
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9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/21-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
STAFF
8/23-12/19
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
8/26-12/19
8/28-12/18
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Credits
Instructor
Dates
30459
507
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-216
30461
508
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SM-125
30463
509
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SM-124
30465
510
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-125
32692
511
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-158
30466
512
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SM-266
30468
513
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SM-125
34727
514
Day
F
9am-11:45am
SM-266
30473
515
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-126
30469
516
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-124
32145
518
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-268
Computer-aided section uses a computer lab format with an on-site instructor.
30474
519
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-266
30494
520
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SM-125
30500
522
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-126
32384
523
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SM-282
32385
524
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-291
32386
526
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-158
32391
527
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SM-266
34735
540
Day
MW
2:30pm-4:15pm
SM-267
32043
542
Day
TR
2:30pm-4:15pm
SM-124
30501
550
Evening
MW
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-266
30503
551
Evening
MW
7:10pm-8:25pm
SM-266
30502
552
Evening
TR
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-266
30505
553
Evening
TR
7:10pm-8:25pm
SM-266
30514
554
Evening
M
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-211
30515
555
Evening
R
7:10pm-9:55pm
B-136
35550
55E
Evening
MW
6:30pm-9:30pm
B-215
Open to CHOICE and EXPRESS program students only. Permission required, contact the ECE department chair at 314-513-4061.
32261
560
Evening
W
7:10pm-9:55pm
SM-268
Computer-aided section uses a computer lab format with an on-site instructor.
30518
581
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
SM-266
MTH:157
BRIDGES TO COLLEGE ALGEBRA
32401
580
Weekend
SU
8am-1pm
SM-268
F
6pm-9pm
SM-268
MTH:160C
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
33606
500
Day
MTWR
9:30am-10:20am
SM-267
33613
506
Day
MTWR
11am-11:50am
E-293
33614
512
Day
MWF
8am-9:15am
SM-267
33618
514
Day
MWF
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-267
33620
520
Day
MW
11am-12:50pm
SM-266
34742
525
Day
F
8am-12pm
SM-267
33623
530
Day
TR
11am-12:50pm
SM-266
33624
532
Day
TR
1pm-2:50pm
SM-267
34052
540
Day
MW
12:30pm-2:45pm
SM-282
34743
549
Evening
TR
5:15pm-7:30pm
E-291
33621
550
Evening
MW
5:15pm-6:55pm
SM-267
33622
552
Evening
MW
7:10pm-8:50pm
SM-267
33625
554
Evening
TR
5:15pm-6:55pm
SM-267
33626
556
Evening
TR
7:10pm-8:50pm
SM-267
33627
580
Weekend
S
8am-12pm
SM-267
MTH:170
TRIGONOMETRY
35700
500
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
B-215
30550
501
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SM-266
30551
551
Evening
TR
5:40pm-6:55pm
SM-282
MTH:185
PRECALCULUS
30552
501
Day
MTWR
9:30am-10:35am
E-270
30553
551
Evening
TR
7:10pm-9:25pm
B-216
MTH:186
SURVEY OF CALCULUS
30554
501
Day
MW
11am-12:50pm
SM-282
30556
551
Evening
MW
5:15pm-6:55pm
SM-125
MTH:210
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
33655
501
Day
MTWR
11am-12:05pm
SM-267
35699
5WA
Day
MTWR
12:30pm-1:35pm
B-216
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30558
5WD
Evening
TR
7:10pm-9:25pm
SM-268
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
10/18-12/19
STAFF
8/25-12/19
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
8/28-12/18
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MTH:215
34053
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Type
LINEAR ALGEBRA
550
Evening
Day
MW
Time
5:40pm-6:55pm
Location
E-270
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
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9/13-12/19
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Florissant Valley
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
Title
Section
MTH:220
30560
30562
MTH:230
30563
30565
MTH:240
30571
30573
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II
501
Day
MTWR
551
Evening
MW
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III
501
Day
MTWR
551
Evening
TR
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
501
Day
MW
551
Evening
MW
Type
Day
Time
Location
11am-12:05pm
5pm-7:05pm
SM-268
E-154
9:30am-10:35am
5pm-6:55pm
SM-268
SM-268
11am-12:15pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
B-211
SM-268
1:30pm-4pm
E-155
4:05pm-7:25pm
E-154
7:30pm-9:10pm
E-154
7:30am-9am
E-155
5:40pm-6:55pm
E-156
9:30am-12pm
7pm-9:30pm
E-155
E-155
2pm-3:50pm
E-284
5:15pm-6:55pm
E-285
5:15pm-6:55pm
E-154
6:30pm-9:25pm
E-277
6pm-8:30pm
E-155
2:30pm-4:15pm
E-156
5:30pm-9:20pm
E-156
Credits
Instructor
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Mechanical Engineering Technology
ME:101
WELDING TECHNOLOGY
34922
500
Day
TR
ME:108
PRINCIPLES OF PLUMBING/PIPEFITTING
34923
550
Evening
R
ME:110
HVAC OPERATOR I
34619
550
Evening
TR
ME:121
COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
34041
500
Day
MTWRF
Open to dual enrollment students only.
ME:135
30243
ME:151
32870
30247
ME:210
35436
ME:211
34613
ME:223
34685
ME:230
32041
ME:241
34040
ME:249
32004
ME:255
35437
MECHANICS - STATICS
550
Evening
MW
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES I
502
Day
TR
550
Evening
MW
ROBOTICS SUBSYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
500
Day
MW
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
550
Evening
MW
BASIC HYDRAULICS I
551
Evening
T
INTRODUCTION TO 3-D SOLID MODELING FOR DESIGN
551
Evening
MW
NUMERICAL CONTROL PROGRAMMING
550
Evening
R
MATERIALS AND METALLURGY
500
Day
TR
FLUID POWER
550
Evening
TR
3 cr
H Knobeloch
3 cr
A Sherwin
3 cr
J Hope
3 cr
C Fischer
3 cr
R Unger
3 cr
C Fischer
K Porter
3 cr
T McGovern
3 cr
T Kitchen
2 cr
A Sherwin
4 cr
T Grass
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
T McGovern
3 cr
A Sherwin
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8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Music
MUS:101
MUSIC THEORY I
4 cr
33080
501
Day
MTWR
8:30am-9:20am
C-114
P Higdon
8/23-12/19
MUS:103
BASIC MUSIC
3 cr
31112
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-114
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35635
502
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
C-114
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MUS:113
HISTORY OF JAZZ
3 cr
32875
551
Evening
W
6pm-8:45pm
C-114
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MUS:114
THE ENJOYMENT OF MUSIC
3 cr
32582
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-114
P Higdon
8/23-12/19
31113
551
Evening
T
6pm-8:45pm
C-114
STAFF
8/23-12/19
33091
5SA
Online
TBA
NET
P Higdon
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Paul Higdon, at [email protected] or
314-513-4493.
MUS:121
31230
32876
33636
MUS:122
32877
32230
33702
MUS:128
32878
MUS:130
35639
MUS:131
33081
CLASS PIANO I
501
Day
502
Day
580
Weekend
CLASS PIANO II
501
Day
502
Day
580
Weekend
SURVEY OF ROCK MUSIC
501
Day
BEGINNING GUITAR
501
Day
CHORUS
501
Day
TR
F
S
11am-11:50am
9:30am-11:10am
11am-12:40pm
C-114
C-114
C-114
TR
F
S
9:30am-10:20am
9:30am-11:10am
11am-12:40pm
C-114
C-114
C-114
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-114
T
3:30pm-5:10pm
C-137
TR
1pm-1:50pm
C-114
2 cr
P Higdon
STAFF
STAFF
2 cr
P Higdon
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
2 cr
STAFF
1 cr
P Higdon
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Title
Section
MUS:132
31114
MUS:201
34913
MUS:221
33087
33462
35334
MUS:222
33384
34984
ORCHESTRA
551
Evening
MUSIC THEORY III
502
Day
CLASS PIANO III
501
Day
503
Day
580
Weekend
CLASS PIANO IV
501
Day
580
Weekend
Type
Day
Time
Location
T
7pm-9:10pm
OFF CAMPUS
TR
2pm-3:40pm
C-114
TR
F
S
9:30am-10:20am
9:30am-11:10am
11am-12:40pm
C-114
C-114
C-114
TR
S
9:30am-10:20am
11am-12:40pm
C-114
C-114
Credits
Instructor
1 cr
I Allen
4 cr
P Higdon
2 cr
P Higdon
STAFF
STAFF
2 cr
P Higdon
STAFF
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Nursing
NUR:101
30245
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
501
Day
5 cr
MW
1pm-2:50pm
SM-203
P Finnell
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
Registration is restricted to the Florissant Valley nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment is NUR:102 section 501 is required.
NUR:102
NURSING LABORATORY PRACTICUM I
1 cr
30269
501
Day
TBA
E-269
N Pea
Registration is restricted to the Florissant Valley nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment is NUR:101 section 501 is required.
NUR:201
30174
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN II
501
Day
M
TR
TBA
Registration is restricted to the Florissant Valley nursing program students.
NUR:203
CONTEMPORARY NURSING
30173
501
Day
F
Registration is restricted to the Florissant Valley nursing program students.
9 cr
J McManemy
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9am-12pm
1pm-2:50pm
E-282
SM-203
OFF CAMPUS
10am-11:50am
E-282
1 cr
P Finnell
8/23-12/19
TBA
1 cr
P Finnell
8/23-12/19
NUR:513
NURSING REINFORCEMENT
31984
501
Day
TBA
Registration is restricted to the Florissant Valley nursing program students.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Personal Development
PRD:102
CAREER EXPLORATION
1 cr
33309
500
Day
MW
10am-10:50am
SC-257
G Wentworth
8/23-10/18
33750
502
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-122
J Worth
8/31-9/30
33310
504
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-124
D McGuffin
10/21-11/30
33751
506
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
B-122
T Hansen
11/1-12/6
34883
551
Evening
TR
6pm-6:50pm
SC-257
G Wentworth
9/21-11/6
34900
508
Online
TBA
NET
T Hansen
9/27-12/5
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Troy Hansen, at [email protected] or
314-513-4267.
PRD:107
33312
PRD:109
34844
PRD:110
33311
33752
PRD:126
34140
EXPLORATIONS FOR WOMEN I
510
Day
R
HABIT CHANGE
551
Day
W
LEARNING TO COPE WITH TEST ANXIETY
500
Day
TR
502
Day
MW
PARENTING
502
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SC-257
2pm-3:15pm
SC-257
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
SC-257
SC-257
11am-12:15pm
SC-257
1 cr
P Wilson
1 cr
M Selig
1 cr
T Hansen
P Wilson
1 cr
E Lasek
8/26-10/28
9/02-10/21
8/31-10/7
8/30-09/29
10/12-11/18
Philosophy
PHL:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
31009
5WA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-160
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31008
5WB
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
E-160
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35398
5WC
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-160
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35522
551
Evening
R
6pm-8:45pm
H-113
PHL:102
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
33155
5WA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-160
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
A Coelho
8/24-12/19
A Coelho
8/23-12/19
A Coelho
8/24-12/19
STAFF
3 cr
A Coelho
8/26-12/19
PHL:103
WORLD RELIGIONS
3 cr
34486
5XA
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-103
R Feezel
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
33297
57A
Online
TBA
NET
M Fuller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32915
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
Florissant Valley
PHL:104
ETHICS
3 cr
33300
57A
Online
TBA
NET
C Berger
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34636
5XA
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
E-293
R Feezel
32916
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
PHL:109
BIO-MEDICAL ETHICS
3 cr
32102
5XA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
H-113
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
31010
5XB
Evening
W
6pm-8:45pm
H-113
R Feezel
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Physical Education
PE:101
ADAPTIVE ACTIVITIES I
30588
501
Day
TR
Permission required, contact D. Iborg at 314-513-4285.
10am-10:50am
PE-121
1 cr
D Iborg
8/24-12/16
PE:102
ADAPTIVES II
30872
501
Day
TR
Permission required, contact D. Iborg at 314-513-4285.
10am-10:50am
PE-121
1 cr
D Iborg
8/24-12/16
PE:103
AEROBIC FITNESS
1 cr
34698
501
Day
MWF
1:41pm-2:41pm
FITNESS CENTER
D James
35632
502
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
OFF CAMPUS
STAFF
This is a spinning class and will meet at Club Fitness, 1159 N. Hwy 67, Florissant, MO. An additional $50 will be added to the maintenance fee.
32088
591
Day/Hybrid
S
9am-10am
PE-204
C Campbell
S
NET
S
9am-11am
PE-TRACK
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. or contact the PE office at 314-513-4276.
PE:105
32990
PE:106
32580
DEEP WATER EXERCISE
550
Evening
BACKPACKING AND HIKING
580
Weekend
MW
5pm-6:40pm
PE-POOL
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
D James
8/23-10/15
8/24-10/28
8/28-8/28
8/28-10/2
10/2-10/2
8/23-10/13
M
6:30pm-8:30pm
PE-204
9/13-9/13
S
9am-11:59pm
OFF CAMPUS
9/18-9/18
U
12:01am-6pm
OFF CAMPUS
9/19-9/19
There will be an additional field trip fee added to the maintenance fee. Students must provide all meals, camping gear, and transportation. Students must bring photo ID to
orientation meeting Sept.13.
PE:109
BASIC FITNESS I
35642
501
Day
MW
12pm-12:50pm
PE-GYM
PE:111
BASKETBALL I
31365
501
Day
MWF
11am-11:59am
PE-GYM
PE:116
BOWLING I
30623
501
Day
R
8am-9:29am
OFF CAMPUS
Class meets at AMF Dick Weber Lanes at 4575 Washington, Florissant, MO 63033. A weekly fee of $3 is required.
33585
502
Day
R
9:30am-11am
OFF CAMPUS
Class meets at AMF Dick Weber Lanes at 4575 Washington, Florissant, MO 63033. A weekly fee of $3 is required.
1 cr
C Campbell
1 cr
D Iborg
1 cr
D Holterman
D Holterman
8/26-12/16
PE:117
BOWLING II
30642
501
Day
R
8am-9:29am
OFF CAMPUS
Class meets at AMF Dick Weber Lanes at 4575 Washington, Florissant, MO 63033. A weekly fee of $3 is required.
33586
502
Day
R
9:30am-11am
OFF CAMPUS
Class meets at AMF Dick Weber Lanes at 4575 Washington, Florissant, MO 63033. A weekly fee of $3 is required.
1 cr
D Holterman
8/26-12/16
D Holterman
8/26-12/16
PE:118
31144
8/23-12/15
8/23-10/15
8/26-12/16
CAMPING AND FLOATING
580
Weekend
1 cr
T
6pm-7pm
PE-204
J Combest
8/24-8/24
T
7pm-8pm
PE-POOL
8/24-8/24
S
9am-11:59pm
OFF CAMPUS
9/11-9/11
U
12:01am-6pm
OFF CAMPUS
9/12-9/12
An additional $50 will be added to the maintenance fee for campsite, canoe rental and life jacket. Students must provide all meals, camping gear and transportation. Students
must bring a photo ID to the orientation session and swimwear for the pool session Aug. 24.
PE:119
32063
PE:120
35664
CARE AND PREVENTION OF ATHLETIC INJURIES
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
PE-204
COMMUNITY CPR
574
Day/Hybrid
S
9am-10am
PE-204
TBA
NET
S
9am-12:30pm
PE-204
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
D Iborg
1 cr
C Campbell
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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10/23-12/11
12/11-12/11
Fall 2010
35672
Title
Section
Type
575
Day/Hybrid
Day
Time
Location
S
10am-11am
PE-233
TBA
NET
S
11am-2:30pm
PE-233
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32585
580
Weekend
S
9am-3:30pm
PE-204
U
9am-3:30pm
PE-204
Must attend both days to complete the course and bring photo ID.
PE:121
33015
PE:122
35673
35674
30651
32586
PE:123
32065
32588
PE:129
31914
PE:130
31128
31130
31243
31012
34611
31016
32610
31017
31018
31307
31311
34660
31305
31310
32198
34662
34715
35681
33354
31021
31023
34664
33355
31316
31318
31319
31322
31324
32884
31013
PE:131
31197
31206
31244
31400
31277
31296
33343
34666
31301
30970
30972
34669
30969
30971
32199
34671
34716
35682
33389
CYCLING ERGOMETRY FOR FITNESS
501
Day
DANCE AEROBICS
501
Day
502
Day
550
Evening
580
Weekend
DANCE AEROBICS II
550
Evening
580
Weekend
FIRST AID
501
Day
FITNESS CENTER I
501
Day
502
Day
503
Day
504
Day
505
Day
506
Day
507
Day
508
Day
509
Day
510
Day
511
Day
512
Day
513
Day
514
Day
515
Day
516
Day
517
Day
518
Day
519
Day
550
Evening
520
Day
551
Evening
521
Day
552
Evening
522
Day
553
Evening
580
Weekend
581
Weekend
582
Weekend
583
Weekend
FITNESS CENTER II
501
Day
502
Day
503
Day
504
Day
505
Day
506
Day
507
Day
508
Day
509
Day
510
Day
511
Day
512
Day
513
Day
514
Day
515
Day
516
Day
517
Day
518
Day
519
Day
MWF
1:41pm-2:41pm
FITNESS CENTER
MWF
MWF
R
S
11am-11:59am
11am-11:59am
5:25pm-7:05pm
8am-9:40am
PE-233
PE-233
PE-233
PE-233
R
S
5:25pm-7:05pm
8am-9:40am
PE-233
PE-233
TR
12:16pm-1:59pm
PE-204
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
F
F
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
S
S
U
U
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
1pm-2:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
1pm-2:40pm
3pm-4:40pm
11:01am-12:41pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
9am-10:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
F
F
MW
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
1pm-2:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
1pm-2:40pm
3pm-4:40pm
11:01am-12:41pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
Credits
Instructor
D James
8/28-8/28
8/28-10/16
10/16-10/16
C Campbell
10/16-10/16
10/17-10/17
1 cr
D James
1 cr
S Payne
S Payne
K Anderson
K Anderson
1 cr
K Anderson
K Anderson
2 cr
C Campbell
1 cr
W Lochmann
W Lochmann
D James
W Bryan
W Lochmann
W Lochmann
D James
D Iborg
K Buss
W Bryan
D James
D Holterman
K Buss
W Bryan
D Holterman
D Holterman
D James
STAFF
M Dutt
J Combest
J Combest
J Combest
M Dutt
M Dutt
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
1 cr
W Lochmann
W Lochmann
D James
W Bryan
W Lochmann
W Lochmann
D James
D Iborg
K Buss
W Bryan
D James
D Holterman
K Buss
W Bryan
D Holterman
D Holterman
D James
STAFF
M Dutt
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Dates
10/18-12/17
8/23-10/15
10/18-12/17
8/26-12/16
8/28-12/18
8/26-12/16
8/28-12/18
8/24-10/14
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
8/27-12/17
8/27-12/17
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
8/28-12/18
8/28-12/18
8/29-12/19
8/29-12/19
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-10/16
8/27-12/17
8/27-12/17
8/23-10/13
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
Title
Section
31313
31314
34690
33390
31317
30981
32076
30987
30988
32885
33065
PE:132
31379
31210
31246
31275
34748
34749
34750
34751
31298
33083
33085
34675
33082
33084
33086
34674
34717
34718
35750
35751
33391
31320
31321
34672
33392
32597
32886
32887
31323
32598
34679
34682
34683
34684
31325
32599
PE:137
33602
PE:138
34473
PE:139
30660
PE:145
33603
PE:153
33933
550
Evening
520
Day
551
Evening
521
Day
552
Evening
522
Day
553
Evening
580
Weekend
581
Weekend
582
Weekend
583
Weekend
TOTAL FITNESS
501
Day
502
Day
503
Day
504
Day
505
Day
506
Day
507
Day
508
Day
509
Day
510
Day
511
Day
512
Day
513
Day
514
Day
515
Day
516
Day
517
Day
518
Day
519
Day
520
Day
521
Day
550
Evening
522
Day
551
Evening
523
Day
552
Evening
524
Day
553
Evening
580
Weekend
581
Weekend
582
Weekend
583
Weekend
584
Weekend
585
Weekend
586
Weekend
587
Weekend
JUDO I
501
Day
JUDO II
501
Day
KARATE I
550
Evening
PERSONAL DEFENSE I
501
Day
SCUBA DIVING I - OPEN WATER
580
Weekend
Type
Day
Time
Location
MW
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
S
S
U
U
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
9am-10:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
F
F
F
F
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
S
S
U
U
S
S
U
U
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
1pm-2:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
1pm-2:40pm
3pm-4:40pm
3pm-4:40pm
11:01am-12:41pm
11:01am-12:41pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
9am-10:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
9am-10:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
TR
10am-10:50am
PE-122
TR
9am-9:50am
PE-122
R
7:05pm-8:45pm
PE-233
TR
11am-11:50am
PE-122
S
S
8am-9:40am
9:41am-10:40am
PE-POOL
B-214
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
PE-GYM
PE-204
B-215
PE-122
PE-GYM
12:30pm-1:59pm
6:45pm-8:25pm
PE-POOL
PE-POOL
Credits
Instructor
J Combest
J Combest
J Combest
M Dutt
M Dutt
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
1 cr
W Lochmann
W Lochmann
D James
W Bryan
W Lochmann
W Lochmann
D James
D Iborg
K Buss
W Bryan
D James
D Holterman
K Buss
W Bryan
D Holterman
D Holterman
D James
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Dutt
J Combest
J Combest
J Combest
M Dutt
M Dutt
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
T Mosby
1 cr
E Shepherd
1 cr
E Shepherd
1 cr
K Hawkins
1 cr
E Shepherd
2 cr
J Stephens
Dates
8/23-10/13
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
8/28-12/18
8/28-12/18
8/29-12/19
8/29-12/19
8/23-10/14
8/23-10/14
8/23-10/14
8/23-10/14
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
8/27-10/15
10/22-12/17
8/27-10/15
10/22-12/17
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
8/28-10/16
8/28-10/16
8/29-10/17
8/29-10/17
10/23-12/18
10/23-12/18
10/24-12/19
10/24-12/19
8/24-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/26-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/28-12/18
8/28-12/18
Open water dive dates are scheduled for Nov. 20-21.
PE:161
33372
33373
PE:162
31236
30708
STRESS MANAGEMENT
501
Day
TR
TR
502
Day
TR
TR
TR
SWIMMING I (BEGINNING/ELEMENTARY)
501
Day
MW
550
Evening
MW
3 cr
D James
W Bryan
1 cr
K Buss
STAFF
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/24-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
Fall 2010
Title
Section
PE:163
31237
30715
PE:165
35683
35684
PE:166
35768
35769
PE:167
31238
PE:168
30792
PE:169
33928
SWIMMING II (ALL LEVELS)
501
Day
550
Evening
TAI CHI I
501
Day
502
Day
TAI CHI I
501
Day
502
Day
TEAM SPORTS I
501
Day
TEAM SPORTS II
501
Day
TENNIS I
550
Evening
PE:170
33929
TENNIS II
550
Evening
PE:171
30907
PE:172
30929
PE:173
31241
34687
PE:174
33386
30881
PE:180
34479
34480
VOLLEYBALL I
501
Day
VOLLEYBALL II
501
Day
WALKING FOR FITNESS
501
Day
502
Day
WATER AEROBICS
501
Day
550
Evening
WELLNESS AND FITNESS CONCEPTS
501
Day
502
Day
PE:181
32600
30931
30963
PE:182
33123
33122
30964
PE:192
33387
PED:116
32776
33089
YOGA I (BEGINNING)
501
Day
550
Evening
502
Day
YOGA II (ALL LEVELS/INTERMEDIATE)
501
Day
550
Evening
502
Day
CARDIO-FLEX
501
Day
PILATES
550
Evening
551
Evening
Type
Day
Time
Location
MW
MW
12:30pm-1:59pm
6:45pm-8:25pm
PE-POOL
PE-POOL
TR
TR
11am-12:30pm
11am-12:30pm
PE-233
PE-233
TR
TR
2:30pm-3:59pm
2:30pm-3:59pm
PE-233
PE-233
MWF
10am-10:59am
PE-GYM
MWF
10am-10:15am
PE-GYM
MW
MW
6pm-7:40pm
6pm-7:40pm
PE-GYM
PE-TENNIS
MW
MW
6pm-7:40pm
6pm-7:40pm
PE-GYM
PE-TENNIS
TR
11am-11:50am
PE-GYM
TR
11am-11:50am
PE-GYM
MWF
MWF
12pm-12:59pm
12pm-12:59pm
PE-GYM
PE-GYM
TR
MW
9:30am-10:20am
5pm-6:40pm
PE-POOL
PE-POOL
F
W
W
8am-10:59am
1:30pm-3pm
3:01pm-4:29pm
FITNESS CENTER
PE-204
FITNESS CENTER
F
M
W
9am-10:40am
6pm-7:30pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
PE-122
PE-122
PE-122
F
M
W
9am-10:40am
6pm-7:30pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
PE-122
PE-122
PE-122
MWF
9am-9:59am
PE-GYM
W
T
6:10pm-7:41pm
5pm-6:40pm
PE-122
PE-233
Credits
Instructor
1 cr
K Buss
STAFF
1 cr
R Wilson
R Wilson
1 cr
R Wilson
R Wilson
1 cr
W Bryan
1 cr
W Bryan
1 cr
M Marzouk
1 cr
M Marzouk
1 cr
J Kinney
1 cr
J Kinney
1 cr
D James
D James
1 cr
C Campbell
C Campbell
3 cr
C Campbell
C Campbell
1 cr
S Tricamo
S Tricamo
S Hanna
1 cr
S Tricamo
S Tricamo
S Hanna
1 cr
W Bryan
1 cr
S Hanna
K Anderson
Dates
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/24-10/14
10/21-12/16
8/24-10/14
10/21-12/16
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/23-10/13
8/24-12/16
8/24-12/16
8/23-10/15
10/18-12/17
8/24-12/16
10/18-12/15
8/27-12/17
8/25-12/15
8/25-12/15
8/27-12/17
8/23-12/13
8/25-12/15
8/27-12/17
8/23-12/13
8/25-12/15
10/18-12/17
8/25-12/15
8/24-12/14
Physical Science
PSI:105
PHYSICAL SCIENCE I
35371
501
Day
TR
3pm-4:15pm
SM-265
32280
503
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
SM-264
35373
550
Evening
MW
6pm-7:15pm
SM-133
PSI:111
INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY I
30175
501
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SM-249
30176
502
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SM-249
30177
503
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SM-265
30178
504
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SM-262
35650
575
Online
TBA
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
R Sawah
PSI:115
30180
33608
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMY
550
Evening
553
Evening
M
R
8pm-11pm
8pm-11pm
SM-265
SM-265
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
Physics
PHY:111
COLLEGE PHYSICS I
4 cr
30181
5WA
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SM-264
R Sawah
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
30182
5WB
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SM-130
R Sawah
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
30183
5WC
Evening
MW
5pm-6:15pm
SM-264
R Sawah
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
PHY:112
COLLEGE PHYSICS II
30184
501
Day
S
Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
Florissant Valley
PHY:122
ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
30185
501
Day
MWR
Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
30186
550
Evening
TR
Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
PHY:223
ENGINEERING PHYSICS II
30187
501
Day
MWR
Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
30188
550
Evening
TR
Open lab hours are 9 a.m -9 p.m. Monday - Thursday in SM-252.
PHY:224
35202
ENGINEERING PHYSICS III
501
Day
12pm-2:30pm
SM-264
4 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-272
5 cr
D Edmonds
8/23-12/19
7pm-8:40pm
SM-264
D Edmonds
8/23-12/19
12:30pm-1:45pm
SM-252
5 cr
C Burkhardt
8/23-12/19
7pm-8:40pm
SM-252
C Burkhardt
8/24-12/19
SM-204
3 cr
C Burkhardt
8/23-12/19
TBA
Political Science
PSC:101
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS
3 cr
34000
504
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-106
D Wigg
31031
505
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-106
D Wigg
31030
506
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-106
D Wigg
30983
5WA
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SS-106
D Wigg
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31032
5WB
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-106
D Wigg
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34756
T55
Online
TBA
NET
C Andrews
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Courtney Andrews, at
[email protected]
34757
T65
Day
TBA
NET
C Andrews
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Courtney Andrews, at
[email protected]
34001
507
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
SS-108
D Levine
30991
551
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
SS-106
D Wigg
PSC:104
BRITISH POLITICS AND SOCIETY
3 cr
32918
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
PSC:204
POLITICS OF AFRICAN NATIONS
3 cr
35540
501
Online
TBA
NET
C Andrews
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Courtney Andrews, at
[email protected]
PSC:211
U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
3 cr
31033
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
Psychology
PSY:200
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
34779
502
Day
F
9am-11:40am
SS-101
STAFF
8/27-12/19
31729
503
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SS-101
M Tyler
8/23-12/19
31728
504
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-101
M Tyler
8/23-12/19
34855
5SA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-104
S Christiansen
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
31726
507
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-101
M Tyler
8/23-12/19
31724
5SB
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SS-101
S Christiansen
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
31723
510
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-101
M Tyler
8/24-12/19
31722
511
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-102
STAFF
8/24-12/19
31721
512
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-101
S Devine
8/24-12/19
33963
54A
Online
TBA
NET
P Moody
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35543
575
Day
TBA
S Christiansen
8/23-12/19
Students must activate their my.stlcc.edu student e-mail account. Contact Stephen Christiansen at [email protected] For more information go to www.stlcc.edu and
click on Distance Learning.
31730
5WA
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
SS-102
S Christiansen
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31761
550
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
SS-108
M Tobias
8/23-12/19
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
31762
551
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
SS-104
STAFF
8/24-12/19
31763
553
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
SS-102
STAFF
8/26-12/19
31772
585
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
C-102
STAFF
8/31-12/7
This section is part of the Accelerated Learning Program.
31720
540
Online
TBA
NET
M Tyler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at [email protected]
with name, postal addresses and telephone number.
PSY:203
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
31732
502
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-107
31733
5WA
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SS-104
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
J Graul
J Graul
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
PSY:205
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
31737
501
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-104
31736
502
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-102
34560
503
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
31735
550
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
SS-102
35575
551
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
SS-110
PSY:206
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
35588
502
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-104
PSY:208
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
31734
501
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-105
PSY:214
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
31738
5SA
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-105
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
S Murray
J Graul
J Graul
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
S Christiansen
3 cr
M Tyler
3 cr
J Graul
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Quality Control
QC:102
35439
QC:200
35442
QC:206
35444
QUALITY COST ANALYSIS
550
Evening
QUALITY ASSURANCE
550
Evening
STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL I
550
Evening
MW
5:15pm-6:45pm
E-270
TR
5:30pm-6:55pm
E-270
MW
7pm-8:20pm
E-270
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
T McGovern
8am-8:50am
C-113
2 cr
S Bloodsworth
8/23-12/19
9:30am-10:20am
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/23-12/19
11am-11:50am
C-133
D White
8/24-12/19
12:30pm-1:20pm
C-133
C Agard
8/23-12/19
2pm-2:50pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/23-12/19
2pm-2:50pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/24-12/19
7am-7:55am
C-133
C Agard
8/24-12/19
2pm-2:50pm
C-133
C Agard
8/24-12/19
2pm-2:50pm
C-133
C Agard
8/24-12/19
5:40pm-6:30pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/24-12/19
5:40pm-6:30pm
C-133
J Berry
8/24-12/19
7pm-7:50pm
C-111
J Berry
8/24-12/19
8:51am-9:15am
C-113
1 cr
S Bloodsworth
8/23-12/19
10:21am-10:45am
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/23-12/19
11:51am-12:15pm
C-133
D White
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Reading
RDG:016
DEVELOPMENTAL READING
33271
501
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 501 is required.
33273
502
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 502 is required.
33445
503
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 503 is required.
33709
505
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 505 is required.
33731
506
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 506 is required.
34188
507
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 507 is required.
35119
509
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 509 is required.
35168
511
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 511 is required.
35170
512
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 512 is required.
33455
504
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 504 is required.
34190
508
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 508 is required.
35134
510
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 510 is required.
RDG:017
DEVELOPMENTAL READING LAB
33272
501
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 501 is required.
33274
502
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 502 is required.
33446
503
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 503 is required.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Florissant Valley
33710
505
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 505 is required.
33734
506
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 506 is required.
34189
507
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 507 is required.
35120
509
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 509 is required.
35169
511
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 511 is required.
35171
512
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 512 is required.
33456
504
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 504 is required.
34191
508
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 508 is required.
35135
510
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 510 is required.
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
1:21pm-1:45pm
C-133
C Agard
8/23-12/19
2:51pm-3:20pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/23-12/19
2:51pm-3:15pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/24-12/19
7:56am-8:15am
C-133
C Agard
8/24-12/19
2:51pm-3:15pm
C-133
C Agard
8/23-12/19
2:51pm-3:15pm
C-133
C Agard
8/24-12/19
6:31pm-6:50pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
8/24-12/19
6:31pm-6:55pm
C-133
J Berry
8/24-12/19
7:56pm-8:15pm
C-111
J Berry
8/24-12/19
RDG:020
READING IMPROVEMENT
3 cr
30749
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-104
V Hardeman
30750
502
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-133
J Hartsfield
30751
503
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-133
J Hartsfield
30752
504
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
C-111
A Vinson
30753
505
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
30755
506
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-104
J Hartsfield
30756
507
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-135
J Hartsfield
30758
508
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-111
V Hardeman
30759
509
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-113
S Bloodsworth
30760
510
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-133
J Hartsfield
32545
511
Day
MTWR
2pm-3:15pm
C-104
D White
33069
514
Day
MTWR
12:30pm-1:15pm
C-104
J Hartsfield
33073
524
Day
MW
2pm-3:25pm
C-111
B Morrow
30761
550
Evening
M
5:40pm-8:20pm
C-133
J Jones
30762
551
Evening
T
5:40pm-8:20pm
C-104
J Worley
32268
552
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
C-135
F Schaljo
33074
553
Evening
TR
5:40pm-6:55pm
C-112
C Agard
RDG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING
3 cr
30767
501
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-135
C Fuller
30768
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-135
S Serns
30769
503
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:55pm
C-135
S Serns
30770
504
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-135
C Blanco
30771
505
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
C-135
STAFF
30772
506
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-135
C Fuller
30773
507
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-133
B Morrow
30774
508
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-104
C Fuller
30776
509
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-111
C Blanco
32677
50T
Day
TR
8am-9:25am
C-113
B Morrow
32266
510
Day
MTWR
2pm-3:15pm
C-104
D White
34206
511
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-104
C Fuller
Reading will focus on landmark Supreme Court decisions.
35174
512
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:55pm
C-111
STAFF
33046
513
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-104
C Blanco
Readings will focus on health and wellness issues.
33047
514
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
C-111
D White
33048
515
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SS-110
C Fuller
33049
516
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
C-104
C Blanco
33050
517
Day
MTWR
12:30pm-1:15pm
E-270
S Serns
33051
518
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-111
A Vinson
33052
519
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-135
D White
33054
521
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:55pm
C-113
C Fuller
33056
522
Day
MW
7pm-8:15pm
C-111
J Berry
33057
523
Day
MW
8am-9:25am
C-110
A Vinson
35316
52G
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
E-268
C Fuller
F
10:15am-10:45am
TBA
Open to Gateway to College students only.
33599
545
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
C-110
D White
Reading will focus on navigating the unwritten rules of corporate employment, along with how corporations operate in the U.S. and world.
30777
550
Evening
M
5:40pm-8:20pm
C-104
L Atkins
30778
551
Evening
T
5:40pm-8:20pm
C-135
G Thomas
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
32269
33055
RDG:050
30786
RDG:052
30787
RDG:054
30791
RDG:100
30794
552
Evening
553
Evening
SPELLING IMPROVEMENT
51I
Arranged
VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT
51I
Arranged
STUDY SKILLS AND NOTETAKING
51I
Arranged
COLLEGE READING AND STUDY SKILLS
501
Day
Type
Day
Time
Location
MW
TR
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:40pm-6:55pm
C-113
C-110
MTWR
C-138
TBA
C-138
M
C-138
MW
9:30am-10:45am
E-160
6pm-10pm
E-295
6pm-10pm
E-295
Credits
Instructor
STAFF
J Jones
1 cr
B Morrow
1 cr
A Vinson
1 cr
A Vinson
3 cr
S Serns
Dates
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Real Estate
REL:205
34924
REL:210
34925
REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
501
Evening
TR
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT ANALYSIS
501
Evening
TR
3 cr
M Sullivan
3 cr
M Sullivan
8/16-12/31
8/16-12/31
Sociology
SOC:100
HUMAN RELATIONS
3 cr
30933
503
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-111
STAFF
30978
504
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-111
STAFF
35519
552
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-111
STAFF
SOC:101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3 cr
30584
502
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SS-108
A Wagganer
30585
503
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-104
A Wagganer
30586
504
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
SS-108
A Wagganer
32239
506
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-105
L Wilson
Taught with Black emphasis.
30587
507
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-108
L Wilson
33371
508
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SS-104
A Crane
33931
510
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-104
L Wilson
35513
509
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
SS-108
STAFF
30589
550
Evening
T
6:05pm-8:45pm
SS-101
A Crane
35091
551
Evening
T
6:05pm-8:45pm
SS-106
D Washington
Taught with Black emphasis.
32917
590
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
SOC:103
HUMAN BEHAVIOR AT WORK AND IN BUSINESS
3 cr
30633
501
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-110
V Aitken
8/24-12/19
SOC:126
STUDY OF PSYCHODYNAMIC SUBSTANCES
3 cr
31815
585
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SS-110
V Aitken
8/24-12/19
SOC:204
MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
3 cr
35576
565
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. or contact the instructor, Julie Graul at [email protected]
SOC:211
34713
SOC:212
35514
ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
585
Day
RACE AND ETHNICITY
501
Evening
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SS-106
W
6pm-9:40pm
SS-105
TR
MW
R
11am-12:25pm
9:30am-10:55am
5:40pm-9:10pm
C-131
C-131
C-135
TR
MW
9:30am-10:55am
7pm-8:55pm
C-131
C-135
MW
MW
11am-12:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
C-131
C-131
TR
T
TBA
12:30pm-1:45pm
5pm-7:55pm
IR-112
C-107
NET
MW
9:30am-10:45am
THEATRE
3 cr
V Aitken
3 cr
A Wagganer
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
Spanish
SPA:101
33159
31270
31271
SPA:102
31765
31272
SPA:201
31273
31274
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
501
Day
502
Day
550
Evening
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
501
Day
550
Evening
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
501
Day
550
Evening
4 cr
K Mueller
K Mueller
M Johnson-Stephenson
4 cr
K Mueller
C Dominguez
4 cr
K Mueller
C Dominguez
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Theatre
THT:101
31231
31232
35701
THT:102
33093
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
501
Day
551
Evening
502
Online
STAGECRAFT
501
Day
3 cr
D Betzler
D Betzler
M McCool
3 cr
M McCool
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Florissant Valley
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
THT:104
THEATRE PRACTICUM
35282
501
Day
TBA
THT:105
THEATRE PRACTICUM
31233
501
Arranged
TBA
First meeting will be held from 11 a.m.- noon Aug. 25.
Florissant Valley
THT:106
THEATRE PRACTICUM
31978
502
Day
MW
Focus will be children’s theatre.
31234
501
Arranged
TBA
First meeting will be held from 11 a.m.- noon Aug. 25.
THT:108
31235
34753
THT:109
34899
THT:115
35727
ACTING I
501
Day
551
Evening
ACTING II
501
Day
ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
501
Day
Location
Dates
THEATRE
1 cr
C Stephens
2 cr
STAFF
THEATRE
3 cr
C Stephens
8/23-12/19
THEATRE
STAFF
8/25-12/19
THEATRE
12pm-1:15pm
Credits
Instructor
TR
R
9:30am-10:45am
5pm-7:55pm
THEATRE
THEATRE
TR
11am-12:15pm
THEATRE
MW
11am-12:15pm
IR-142
3 cr
D Betzler
D Betzler
3 cr
D Betzler
3 cr
D Betzler
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Now it’s easier than ever to find all the services you need at MySTLCC.
Make it your home page!
www.stlcc.edu/mystlcc
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Courses at Forest Park
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
............................................pgs. 55-100
Forest Park
www.stlcc.edu/fp • 5600 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110-1316
Forest Park Directory
Access Office – disAbility Support
Services –
314-644-9039
G-215
Monday & Thursday: 8am-7pm
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/disAbility
Admissions/Registration –
314-644-9127
SC-200
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/admreg
Advising – 314-644-9261
SC-110
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Campus Life – 314-644-9137
SC-176
Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-7:30pm
Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/fp/campus_life.html
Campus Switchboard –
314-644-9100
SC-Lobby
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Cashier’s Office – 314-644-9738
SC-122
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4pm
Continuing Education –
314-984-7777
G-329
Monday-Thursday: 8am-4pm
Assessment Center – 314-644-9233
E-219
Monday & Wednesday: 8am-8pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 8am-5pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Bookstore – 314-951-9893
SC-100
www.forestparkbookstore.com
Bookstore hours are listed on the inside
back cover of this schedule.
www.stlcc.edu/continuing_education
Counseling – 314-644-9251
F-217
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Financial Aid – 314-644-9979
SC-205
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/financialaid
Student Success Center—
314-644-9267
G-229
Monday-Thursday, 8am-9pm
Friday, 8am-4pm
Saturday, noon-4pm
Study Abroad – 314-539-5350
www.stlcc.edu/programs/study_abroad
Transcripts – 314-644-9670
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Central Student Records
5600 Oakland Avenue, Room B-13
St. Louis, MO 63110
Veterans’ Services – 314-644-9226
SC-229
Monday-Thursday: 8am-7pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Distance Learning – 314-539-5185
www.stlcc.edu/distance_learning
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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St. Louis Community College
Forest Park Campus • 5600 Oakland Avenue
Forest Park
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
AA
H Hospitality
Studies Center
HP Highland Park
L Library Building
PE Physical Education
Building
PG Parking Garage
SC Student Center
T Theater Building
A Tower
B Tower
C Tower
D Tower
E Tower
F Tower
G Tower
Art Annex
MILEAGE GRID
(one way)
CC
CC
FV
FV
FP
MC
SC
WW
17
7
18
17
30
16
21
31
29
17
FP
7
16
MC
18
21
11
11
17
31
16
12
30
29
24
20
24
20
28
28
Macklind
SC
WW
16
12
STLCC
I-44
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day Exam Schedule
Time
Fall 2010
Forest
Park Final
Credits
Instructor
Location
Dates
Starting the first meeting of
class each week during fall term:
Will have a 1 hour 50
minute exam on...
MONDAY
7-7:30 a.m.
8-8:30 a.m.
9-9:30 a.m.
10-10:30 a.m.
11-11:30 a.m.
12-12:30 p.m.
1-1:30 p.m.
2-2:30 p.m.
3-3:30 p.m.
4-4:30 p.m.
4:45-5 p.m.
5-6 p.m. (Monday only)
5-6 p.m.
7 p.m. (Monday only)
7 p.m.
Wednesday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
15,
13
15
13
15
13
15
13
15
13
15
15
13
15
13
7-8:50 a.m.
8-9:50 a.m.
8-9:50 a.m.
10-11:50 a.m.
10-11:50 a.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
2-3:50 p.m.
2-3:50 p.m.
4-5:50 p.m.
4-5:50 p.m.
5:30-7:20 p.m.
5:30-7:20 p.m.
7:20-9:20 p.m.
7:30-9:20 p.m.
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Thursday
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
16
14
16
14
16
14
16
14
16
14
16
14,
14
16
14
16
7-8:50 a.m.
8-9:50 a.m.
9-9:50 a.m.
10-11:50 a.m.
10-11:50 a.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
2-3:50 p.m.
2-3:50 p.m.
4-5:50 p.m.
4-5:50 p.m.
5:30-7:20 p.m.
or
5:30-7:20 p.m.
or
7:30-9:20 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
5-6 p.m. (Wednesday only)
7 p.m. (Wednesday only)
Wednesday December 15
Wednesday December 15
5:30-7:20 p.m.
7:30-9:20 p.m.
THURSDAY
7 p.m. (Thursday only)
Thursday
7:30-9:20 p.m.
TUESDAY
7-7:30 a.m.
8-8:30 a.m.
9-9:30 a.m.
10-10:30 a.m.
11-11:30 a.m.
12-12:30 p.m.
1-1:30 p.m.
2-2:30 p.m.
3-3:30 p.m.
4-4:30 p.m.
4:45-5 p.m.
5-6 p.m. (Tuesday only)
5-6 p.m. (Tuesday, Thursday)
7-7:30 p.m. (Tuesday, Thursday)
December 16
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Forest Park
December 13,14, 15, 16 • Special Schedule Day (make-up day), Friday, Dec. 17
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Accounting
Forest Park
ACC:100
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
3 cr
30593
401
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
E-315
A Reeves
8/23-12/19
30596
402
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-315
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30797
403
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
E-315
A Reeves
8/23-12/19
32452
421
Day
TR
1pm-2:30pm
F-327
STAFF
9/14-12/19
30798
451
Evening
MW
5:45pm-7pm
E-315
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30962
452
Evening
M
7:05pm-9:45pm
HSP-214
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32750
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Juriga
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to come to campus to attend a midterm and a final exam. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click
on Distance Learning. After registering, e-mail the instructor at [email protected] from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
33680
475
Online
TBA
NET
D Juriga
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to come to campus to attend a midterm and a final exam. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click
on Distance Learning. After registering, e-mail the instructor at [email protected] from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
ACC:110
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
4 cr
30799
401
Day
MW
9am-10:40am
E-315
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30800
402
Day
TR
11am-12:40pm
E-315
A Reeves
8/24-12/19
30802
451
Evening
W
7:05pm-10:15pm
E-315
STAFF
8/25-12/19
33837
474
Online
TBA
NET
A Reeves
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to come to campus to attend a midterm and a final exam. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click
on Distance Learning. After registering, e-mail the instructor at [email protected] from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
ACC:114
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
3 cr
30803
401
Day
TR
1pm-2:15pm
E-315
D Juriga
30805
451
Evening
T
5:45pm-7pm
E-315
D Juriga
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instruction at [email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
ACC:120
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS
32379
451
Evening/Hybrid
M
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-310
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
A Reeves
8/23-10/17
ACC:122
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS - SPREADSHEETS
30820
461
Evening/Hybrid
M
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-310
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
A Reeves
10/18-12/19
ACC:204
30649
ACC:208
30696
3 cr
R Dugal
3 cr
A Reeves
INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
451
Evening
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
451
Evening
W
7:05pm-9:45pm
F-325
R
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-315
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
Anthropology
ANT:102
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
3 cr
34977
474
Online
TBA
NET
C Mittler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Chuck Mittler, at [email protected]
Arabic
ARA:101
32782
MODERN ARABIC I
450
Evening
4 cr
L El-Hage Chehade
8/23-12/19
ART:100
ART APPRECIATION
34510
401
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
G-115
30219
402
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
G-115
34516
460
Evening
W
6:15pm-9:40pm
G-327
34515
475
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
K Worley
K Worley
STAFF
S Dawson
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
ART:101
34532
ART:102
35304
ART:107
30242
34520
34778
ART:108
34523
ART:109
30244
30246
34506
34776
34769
3 cr
S Dawson
3 cr
S Dawson
2 cr
F Gochnour
M Mitchell
Y Zuo
2 cr
M Carlos
3 cr
Y Zuo
STAFF
M Carlos
K Wilson
F Frye
M
6pm-9:20pm
D-217A
Art
ART HISTORY I
402
Day
ART HISTORY II
401
Day
DESIGN I
401
Day
402
Day
451
Evening
DESIGN II
402
Day
DRAWING I
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
451
Evening
404
Weekend
TR
11am-12:15pm
F-331
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-112
F
F
M
9am-12:20pm
9am-12:20pm
6pm-9:20pm
G-413
G-413
G-409
F
9am-12:20pm
G-409
MW
MW
TR
TR
S
9am-11:30am
12pm-2:30pm
9am-11:30am
6pm-8:30pm
9am-2:30pm
G-413
F-415
F-415
G-413
G-413
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
32946
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:110
DRAWING II
3 cr
34517
403
Day
MW
12pm-2:30pm
G-413
M Mitchell
34770
404
Weekend
S
9am-2:30pm
G-413
F Frye
32947
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:111
FIGURE DRAWING I
3 cr
30248
401
Day
MW
12pm-2:30pm
F-415
Y Zuo
30249
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
F-415
Y Wilson-Ramsey
ART:112
FIGURE DRAWING II
3 cr
35248
403
Day
MW
12pm-2:30pm
F-415
Y Zuo
34492
452
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
F-415
Y Wilson-Ramsey
ART:113
CERAMICS I
3 cr
34765
421
Day
TR
9am-11:50am
AA-107
R Akin
32755
401
Evening
TR
2:30pm-5pm
AA-107
M Isaacson
32756
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
AA-107
M Isaacson
ART:114
PAINTING I
3 cr
30415
401
Day
TR
12pm-2:30pm
F-415
Y Zuo
33181
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:115
PRINTMAKING I
30420
401
Day
TR
2:30pm-5pm
AA-111
34134
402
Evening
TR
5:30pm-8pm
AA-111
ART:131
COMPUTER ART STUDIO
32748
401
Day
TR
12:30pm-2pm
G-411
32749
421
Day
MW
2:30pm-5:30pm
G-411
ART:133
GRAPHIC DESIGN I
30423
401
Day
TR
9:30am-12pm
G-411
32745
421
Day
MW
11am-2pm
G-411
32037
450
Evening
MW
6pm-8:30pm
G-412
ART:134
GRAPHIC DESIGN II
30424
401
Day
TR
9:30am-12pm
G-411
32746
450
Evening
MW
6pm-8:30pm
G-411
ART:135
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION I
30447
401
Day
F
9am-12:20pm
G-411
ART:138
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS I
32752
401
Day
MW
9am-10:40am
G-409
ART:165
PHOTOGRAPHY I
34074
401
Day
TR
9am-11:40am
F-411
34076
402
Day
MW
1pm-3:40pm
F-411
ART:166
PHOTOGRAPHY II
34497
451
TR
6pm-8:40pm
F-411
ART:167
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
34499
475
Online
TBA
NET
ART:172
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
34507
401
Day
MW
1pm-3:40pm
TBA
34500
475
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
A Mathenia
A Mathenia
3 cr
T Griffin
R Trietley
3 cr
E Richards
STAFF
C Kelly
3 cr
T Kavanaugh
C Kelly
2 cr
A Smith
2 cr
E Richards
3 cr
C Prahl
O Mitchell
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
D Moore
3 cr
O Mitchell
D Moore
ART:209
DRAWING III
3 cr
34518
403
Day
MW
12pm-2:30pm
G-413
M Mitchell
34771
404
Weekend
S
9am-2:30pm
G-413
F Frye
32948
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:210
ADVANCED DRAWING
3 cr
34519
403
Day
MW
12pm-2:30pm
G-413
M Mitchell
34772
404
Weekend
S
9am-2:30pm
G-413
F Frye
ART:211
FIGURE DRAWING III
3 cr
30399
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
F-415
Y Wilson-Ramsey
ART:213
CERAMICS II
3 cr
32759
401
Day
TR
2:30pm-5:00pm
AA-107
R Dunn
34766
421
Day
TR
9am-11:50pm
AA-107
R Akin
33268
450
Evening
TR
6-8:30 pm
AA-107
R Dunn
ART:214
PAINTING II
3 cr
30416
401
Day
TR
12pm-2:30pm
F-415
Y Zuo
32949
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Dates
8/23-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
Forest Park
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Forest Park
ART:215
PRINTMAKING II
30421
401
Day
TR
34136
450
Evening
MW
ART:233
GRAPHIC DESIGN III
30425
401
Day
TR
32998
450
Evening
MW
ART:234
GRAPHIC DESIGN IV
30426
401
Day
TR
ART:235
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION II
30451
401
Day
F
ART:236
TYPOGRAPHY
32747
401
Day
MW
ART:238
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS II
30443
401
Day
MW
ART:245
PORTFOLIO DESIGN AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
34078
499
Day
TBA
Permission required, contact the instructor at [email protected]
Time
Location
2:30pm-5pm
9am-11:50am
AA-111
AA-111
9:30am-12pm
6pm-8:30pm
G-412
G-412
9:30am-12pm
G-412
9am-12:20pm
G-412
9am-10:40am
G-412
9am-10:40am
G-411
TBA
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
A Mathenia
A Mathenia
3 cr
T Kavanaugh
C Kelly
3 cr
T Kavanaugh
2 cr
A Smith
2 cr
E Richards
2 cr
E Richards
2 cr
E Richards
ART:275
PHOTO IMAGING I: PHOTOSHOP
34502
451
Evening
M
5pm-10pm
G-412
34503
475
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
M Miller
STAFF
AT:135
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WORLD WIDE WEB I
32751
421
Day
MW
11am-2pm
32751
421
Day
MW
11am-2pm
34056
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
34056
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
AT:143
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WWW II
33395
421
Day
MW
11am-2pm
33395
421
Day
MW
11am-2pm
34060
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
34060
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
AT:144
WWW SPECIAL TOPICS
34061
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
AT:213
ADVANCED CERAMICS
30404
401
Day
TR
2:30pm-5:00pm
34767
421
Day
TR
9am-11:50 pm
32757
450
Evening
TR
6pm-8:30pm
AT:215
ADVANCED PRINTMAKING
32689
401
Day
TR
2:30pm-5pm
34137
450
Evening
MW
9am-11:50am
AT:229
ADVANCED PAINTING PROJECTS
32583
401
Day
TR
12pm-2:30pm
AT:246
ADVANCED COMPUTER ART APPLICATIONS
30449
421
Day
MW
2:30pm-5:30pm
32986
422
Day
TR
12pm-3pm
Permission required, contact the instructor at [email protected] or at 314-644-9649.
G-411
F-412
3 cr
E Richards
E Richards
A Smith
A Smith
3 cr
E Richards
E Richards
A Smith
A Smith
3 cr
A Smith
3 cr
M Issacson
R Akin
M Issacson
3 cr
A Mathenia
A Mathenia
3 cr
Y Zuo
3 cr
R Trietley
E Richards
3 cr
M Miller
AT:276
34761
PHOTO IMAGING II: PHOTOSHOP
451
Evening
G-411
G-411
G-412
G-412
G-412
G-412
G-412
G-412
G-412
AA-107
AA-107
AA-107
AA-111
AA-111
F-415
M
5pm-10pm
F-412
TR
TR
TR
TR
10am-10:50am
1pm-2:50pm
6pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
G-014B
G-017
G-014B
G-017
9am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
2pm-2:50pm
3pm-4:50pm
G-014B
G-014B
G-014B
G-014B
8am-4:30pm
OFF CAMPUS
11am-11:50am
3pm-4:50pm
6pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
G-014B
G-017
G-017
G-017
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Automotive Technology
AUT:151
30891
30895
AUT:156
30896
AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE OPERATION
401
Day
450
Evening
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY
401
Day
MW
MW
34938
402
Day
TR
TR
AUT:165
WORKPLACE LEARNING III: FORD ASSET PROGRAM
35489
421
Day
MTWRF
Open to Ford ASSET students only.
AUT:168
30898
30899
SUSPENSION AND STEERING I
401
Day
450
Evening
TR
TR
MW
MW
3 cr
M Walker
R Anthes
3 cr
M Walker
R Weil
7 cr
R Anthes
3 cr
M Walker
A Hopson
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
AUT:258
35490
MANUAL DRIVETRAINS
421
Day
Type
Day
Time
Location
TR
TR
10am-11:20am
12pm-3:20pm
G-030
G-030
12pm-1:20pm
1:30pm-4:20pm
G-030
G-030
12:30pm-1:20pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
G-017
G-017
8am-8:50am
12pm-1:50pm
G-017
G-017
9am-11:50am
G-017
8am-8:50am
G-017
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
R Anthes
Dates
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
Open to Ford ASSET students only.
EMISSIONS AND DRIVEABILITY DIAGNOSIS
421
Day
MW
MW
Open to Ford ASSET students only.
AUT:271
30900
AUT:273
30901
AUT:281
33196
AUT:291
30903
DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT AND EMISSIONS
401
Day
MW
MW
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS AND TRANSAXLES
401
Day
TR
TR
AUTOMOTIVE FIELD WORK I
401
Day
MTWRF
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE MANAGEMENT
401
Day
MWF
3 cr
R Anthes
3 cr
M Walker
3 cr
R Weil
5 cr
R Weil
2 cr
R Weil
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Baking and Pastry Arts - Students must attend in full culinary uniform on the first day of class.
BAP:101
33891
BAP:105
33898
BAP:110
33902
BAP:115
33903
BAP:150
33906
33908
33909
33910
BAP:201
33911
35410
BAP:205
33912
34625
BAP:210
33913
33914
BAP:215
33915
33916
BAP:220
33919
34626
BAP:250
34116
INTRODUCTION TO BAKING THEORY AND NUTRITION
401
Day
TWR
BREADS, ROLLS, AND BAKERIES
421
Day
TWR
PRODUCTION PASTRY TECHNIQUES
421
Day
TWR
CAKE PRODUCTION AND DECORATION
421
Day
TWR
BAKESHOP BASICS FOR CULINARIANS
401
Day
M
402
Day
M
403
Day
F
450
Evening
F
ARTISAN AND DECORATIVE BREAD
401
Day
TWR
450
Evening
TWR
ICE CREAM AND FROZEN DESSERTS
421
Day
TWR
461
Evening
TWR
CHOCOLATES AND PRALINES
421
Day
TWR
461
Evening
TWR
CONTEMPORARY PLATED DESSERTS
421
Day
TWR
461
Evening
TWR
SHOWPIECES AND CONFECTIONARY ART
421
Day
TWR
461
Evening
TWR
DESSERT BUFFET PRESENTATION
450
Day
M
T
7:30am-11:45am
HSP-104
7:30am-11:45am
HSP-104
7:30am-11:45am
HSP-104
7:30am-11:45am
HSP-104
7:30am-11am
12pm-3:30pm
7:30am-11am
5:30pm-9pm
HSP-104
HSP-104
HSP-104
HSP-104
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
HSP-104
HSP-104
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
HSP-104
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
HSP-104
HSP-104
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
HSP-104
HSP-104
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
HSP-104
HSP-104
5:30pm-9:30pm
5:30pm-10pm
HSP-104
HSP-104
9am-10:50am
11am-12:20pm
9am-10:50am
11am-12:20pm
9am-10:50am
11am-12:20pm
9am-10:50am
11am-12:20pm
9am-10:50am
12:30pm-1:50pm
9am-10:50am
12:30pm-1:50pm
1pm-2:20pm
2:30pm-4:20pm
C-411
A-110
C-411
A-110
C-411
A-110
C-411
A-110
D-415
B-110
D-415
B-110
A-110
C-411
3 cr
C Shiller
3 cr
C Shiller
3 cr
C Shiller
3 cr
C Shiller
3 cr
S Schubert
M Autrey
STAFF
P Arnot
2 cr
C Shiller
STAFF
2 cr
C Shiller
M Autrey
2 cr
C Shiller
M Autrey
2 cr
M Autrey
C Shiller
2 cr
C Shiller
C Shiller
7 cr
P Arnot
8/24-9/16
9/21-10/14
10/19-11/11
11/16-12/9
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-9/9
8/24-9/9
9/14-9/30
9/14-9/30
10/5-10/21
10/5-10/21
10/26-11/11
10/26-11/11
11/16-12/2
11/16-12/2
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Biology
BIO:111
31590
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
401
Day
31641
402
Day
31644
403
Day
31645
404
Day
31646
405
Day
31647
406
Day
32032
407
Day
M
MW
W
MW
T
TR
R
TR
M
MW
W
MW
TR
T
4 cr
T Frison
T Frison
T Frison
T Frison
K Markova
K Markova
D Munson
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/30-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/1-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/31-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/2-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/30-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/1-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/31-12/19
Forest Park
AUT:259
35491
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Forest Park
Title
Section
Type
33251
408
Day
32036
403
Day
31659
404
Day
31660
405
Day
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
TR
1pm-2:20pm
A-110
D Munson
8/24-12/19
R
2:30pm-4:20pm
C-411
9/2-12/19
31640
409
Day
T
11am-12:50pm
D-415
M LaPorte
8/31-12/19
TR
1pm-2:20pm
B-110
8/24-12/19
34023
410
Day
R
11am-12:50pm
D-415
M LaPorte
9/2-12/19
TR
1pm-2:20pm
B-110
8/24-12/19
31648
450
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:40pm
C-112
C Deppong
8/23-12/19
M
6:50pm-8:40pm
D-415
8/30-12/19
31649
451
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:40pm
C-112
C Deppong
8/23-12/19
W
6:50pm-8:40pm
D-415
9/1-12/19
32278
452
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:40pm
A-110
S Kalyanaraman
8/24-12/19
T
6:50pm-8:40pm
C-411
9/1-12/19
34825
453
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:40pm
A-110
S Kalyanaraman
8/23-12/19
R
6:50pm-8:40pm
C-411
8/23-12/19
BIO:151
BIOLOGY OF HUMAN HEALTH AND DISEASE
3 cr
34057
401
Day
MW
2pm-3:20pm
B-110
A NewMyer
8/23-12/19
34058
402
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
B-110
T Peters
8/23-12/19
34059
450
Evening
M
5:30pm-8:40pm
A-112
A NewMyer
8/23-12/19
BIO:203
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY I
4 cr
31598
401
Day
MW
8am-9:50am
D-411
A NewMyer
8/23-12/19
MW
10am-10:50am
A-110
8/23-12/19
31599
402
Day
MW
10am-10:50am
A-110
A NewMyer
8/23-12/19
MW
11am-12:50pm
D-411
8/23-12/19
32033
403
Day
TR
8am-9:50am
D-411
A NewMyer
8/24-12/19
TR
10am-10:50am
A-112
8/24-12/19
32981
404
Day
TR
10am-10:50am
A-112
A NewMyer
8/24-12/19
TR
11am-12:50pm
D-411
8/24-12/19
31650
450
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:20pm
A-110
W Manhanke
8/23-12/19
MW
6:30pm-8:20pm
D-411
8/23-12/19
34826
451
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:20pm
A-112
K Markova
8/24-12/19
TR
6:30pm-8:20pm
D-411
8/24-12/19
BIO:207
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
4 cr
31651
401
Day
TR
8am-9:20am
A-110
T Alvarez
8/24-12/19
M
8am-9:50am
C-417
8/23-12/19
31652
402
Day
TR
8am-9:20am
A-110
T Alvarez
8/24-12/19
M
10am-11:50am
C-417
8/23-12/19
31653
403
Day
TR
10am-11:20am
C-110
T Alvarez
8/24-12/19
W
10am-11:50am
C-417
8/23-12/19
31654
404
Day
TR
10am-11:20am
C-110
T Alvarez
8/24-12/19
W
12pm-1:50pm
C-417
8/23-12/19
32574
405
Day
T
12pm-1:50pm
C-417
STAFF
8/24-12/19
TR
2pm-3:20pm
A-112
8/24-12/19
32576
406
Day
F
8am-9:50am
C-417
STAFF
8/27-12/19
F
10am-12:50pm
A-110
8/27-12/19
32587
407
Day/Hybrid
R
8am-9:50am
C-417
W Huber
8/26-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, W. Huber, at whuber @stlcc.edu or
314-644-9233.
31655
408
Day
M
4pm-6:40pm
B-112
T Peters
8/23-12/19
M
6:50pm-8:40pm
C-417
8/23-12/19
31656
409
Day
W
4pm-6:40pm
B-415
N Moraru
8/25-12/19
W
6:50pm-8:40pm
C-417
8/25-12/19
34062
450
Evening
T
5pm-7:40pm
D-215
E Lechkova
8/24-12/19
T
7:50pm-9:40pm
C-417
8/24-12/19
BIO:208
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
4 cr
31657
401
Day
MW
8am-9:20am
A-110
STAFF
8/23-12/19
M
9:30am-11:20am
B-411
8/23-12/19
31658
402
Day
MW
8am-9:20pm
A-110
STAFF
8/25-12/19
W
8am-11:20pm
B-411
8/23-12/19
MW
W
T
T
2pm-3:20pm
3:30pm-5:20pm
4pm-6:40pm
6:50pm-8:40pm
A-110
B-411
B-110
B-411
M Chaudhry
T Alvarez
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
R
4pm-6:40pm
B-413
N Vachharajani
8/26-12/19
R
6:50pm-8:40pm
B-411
8/26-12/19
32035
406
Day
T
12pm-1:50pm
B-411
STAFF
8/24-12/19
TR
2pm-3:20pm
B-413
8/24-12/19
34099
407
Day/Hybrid
R
11am-12:50pm
B-411
W Huber
8/26-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, W. Huber, at whuber @stlcc.edu or
314-644-9233.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
BIO:215
HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS
5 cr
32945
401
Evening/Hybrid
M
5pm-6:50pm
B-411
W Huber
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, W. Huber, at whuber @stlcc.edu or
314-644-9233.
Building Inspection Technology
BIC:202
35405
ADMINISTRATION OF BUILDING REGULATIONS
450
Evening
M
5pm-7:25pm
B-415
3 cr
G Wessels
8/23-12/19
BUS:103
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
3 cr
34621
401
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
F-325
A Cole
8/24-12/19
32378
451
Evening
TR
5:45pm-7pm
E-317
A Cole
8/24-12/19
BUS:104
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
30719
402
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
F-325
J Jones
8/24-12/19
30646
403
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
F-325
J Jones
8/23-12/19
30720
404
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
F-325
J Jones
8/24-12/19
30721
405
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
F-325
A Cole
8/23-12/19
32396
406
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
F-327
J Jones
8/24-12/19
30737
421
Day
MW
1pm-2:40pm
E-317
A Cole
9/13-12/19
30742
451
Evening
T
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-317
STAFF
8/24-12/19
33816
474
Online
TBA
NET
J Jones
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering for the course, e-mail the instructor at
[email protected] from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
BUS:116
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
34620
451
Evening
W
7:05pm-9:45pm
BUS:201
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
30613
401
Day
TR
2:30pm-3:45pm
33494
450
Evening
T
7:05pm-9:45pm
BUS:250
WORKPLACE LEARNING: BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
33883
498
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact Angelic Cole at [email protected]
33236
499
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact Jeffrey Jones at [email protected] or 314-644-9080. For Disney students only.
TBA
3 cr
A Cole
3 cr
D Juriga
D Juriga
3 cr
A Cole
TBA
J Jones
8/23-12/19
3 cr
J Moberly
T Taborn
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
F-327
E-315
E-315
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Business Law
BLW:101
30707
34604
BUSINESS LAW I
401
Day
451
Evening
TR
W
12:30pm-1:45pm
7:05pm-9:45pm
G-325
G-321
MW
MW
W
MW
T
T
T
R
T
R
MTW
R
R
W
M
W
R
T
R
M
W
M
8am-9:20am
9:30am-10:20am
10:30am-12:20pm
8am-9:20am
10am-10:50am
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-2:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
5:30pm-6:20pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
6:30pm-8:20pm
5:30pm-6:20pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
6:30pm-8:20pm
5:30pm-6:20pm
6:30pm-8:20pm
6:30pm-8:20pm
B-415
B-415
B-311
A-413
G-119
A-112
B-311
A-413
B-415
C-317
B-110
G-119
B-311
B-413
B-413
B-311
B-415
B-415
B-311
B-221
A-112
C-317
MW
W
W
M
W
1pm-2:50pm
3pm-4:50pm
5:30pm-6:20pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
6:30pm-8:20pm
B-415
B-317
C-110
C-110
B-317
Chemistry
CHM:101
31661
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
401
Day
31662
402
Day
31663
403
Day
32596
404
Day
31664
450
Evening
31665
451
Evening
33252
452
Evening
CHM:105
31667
31668
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
401
Day
450
Evening
5 cr
B Dhawan
V Talkad
B Dhawan
B Landis
V Talkad
I Lutzeler
B Landis
5 cr
B Dhawan
B Dhawan
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
Business Administration
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
CHM:206
32982
CHM:210
32983
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURE I
450
Evening
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I
401
Day
Type
Credits
Instructor
Day
Time
Location
T
5:30pm-8:50pm
B-413
W
1pm-5:20pm
B-319
3 cr
V Talkad
2 cr
V Talkad
T
5pm-7:25pm
F-325
3 cr
D Kasl
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Civil Engineering Technology
CE:116
31421
CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINT READING
450
Evening
8/24-12/19
Clinical Laboratory Technology
CLT:100
31619
CLT:101
31710
Forest Park
ORIENTATION TO THE MEDICAL LABORATORY
401
Day
W
12pm-12:50pm
MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
401
Day
R
12pm-1:50pm
W
1pm-2:50pm
T
1pm-2:50pm
CLT:102
ROUTINE ANALYSIS
31711
401
Day
T
9:30am-12:20pm
CLT:106
PHLEBOTOMY ESSENTIALS (BLOOD DRAWING)
31626
401
Day
TWR
3pm-4:50pm
CLT:107
PHLEBOTOMY PRACTICUM
31709
421
Day
TWR
Background check, drug screen, health examination, and adult, infant, child CPR certification required.
CLT:200
31713
PATHOGENIC BACTERIOLOGY II
401
Day
CLT:201
31620
CLT:202
31621
CLT:204
31622
CLINICAL CHEMISTRY I
401
Day
CLINICAL PRACTICE I
401
Day
BLOOD BANK
401
Day
B-417
B-417
B-417
B-417
B-417
B-417
OFF CAMPUS
F
M
10am-12:30pm
10am-12:30pm
B-417
B-417
MF
1pm-3:30pm
B-417
TWR
MF
TBA
8am-9:50am
B-417
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
11am-1:30pm
12pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
1pm-2:15pm
3pm-4:15pm
11am-12:15pm
10am-10:50am
1pm-3:30pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
9am-10:50am
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-7:20pm
5pm-6:15pm
F-215
F-215
F-211
F-215
LB-043
A-223
TBA
C-221
T-105
T-105
C-215
G-117
G-327
F-327
F-329
F-215
G-321
T-105
LB-043
1 cr
A Njoku
3 cr
S Bernard
2 cr
S Bernard
5 cr
A Njoku
6 cr
S Bernard
4 cr
M Honti
5 cr
M Kosfeld
4 cr
A Njoku
2 cr
A Njoku
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-10/14
10/18-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
College Orientation
COL:020
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
33590
401
Day
MWF
33591
402
Day
TR
33592
403
Day
TR
33593
404
Day
T
33594
405
Day
MWF
33595
406
Day
TR
33604
407
Day
WF
34263
408
Day
MW
34800
409
Day
TR
34801
410
Day
MWF
34805
411
Day
MW
33880
421
Day
MWF
33881
422
Day
TRF
34808
423
Day
TR
34809
424
Day
TR
33605
450
Evening
MW
34807
451
Evening
TR
33882
461
Evening
TR
35323
463
Evening
TWRF
COL:100
FRESHMAN ACADEMIC ORIENTATION
31985
401
Arranged
MTWR
This class is for freshman athletes only.
PE-EAST ROOM
3 cr
K Swyers
S Knight
K Petroff
M Rhodes
L Buchanan
R Johnson
STAFF
B Munson
C Kizart
Z Casey
P Perryman
T Rogers
P Perryman
A Zieren
Z Casey
B French
K Hill
V Dabney
T Hanley
1 cr
S Colby
T-104
T-104
T-103
T-104
T-104
A-215
T-103
C-217
T-103
T-104
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
C Moody
STAFF
C Moody
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/23-12/19
Communications
COM:101
30259
30260
30272
30509
30511
30512
32788
32789
30575
32054
ORAL COMMUNICATION I
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
404
Day
405
Day
406
Day
407
Day
408
Day
409
Day
410
Day
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MW
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-11:15am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
32448
411
Day
TR
32708
412
Day
MW
33256
413
Day
TR
33369
414
Day
TR
33576
415
Day
MWF
33328
416
Day
MWF
35086
417
Day
MWF
30577
421
Day
TR
30579
422
Day
MW
32683
423
Day
MWF
Open to Ford ASSET students only.
33684
424
Day
TR
34219
425
Day
MW
34220
426
Day
MW
30951
450
Evening
MW
30954
451
Evening
M
Sections 451 and 453 are revolving classes. Students may attend either section.
33333
452
Evening
W
33368
453
Evening
T
Sections 451 and 453 are revolving classes. Students may attend either section.
30941
461
Evening
TR
32943
462
Evening
TR
35165
463
Evening
TR
34154
487
Weekend
S
34290
495
Weekend
S
This section is part of Accelerated Weekend College.
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
11am-12:15pm
12pm-1:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12pm-12:50pm
9am-9:50am
8am-8:50am
9am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
10am-11:20am
G-113
C-223
B-213
T-103
T-204
T-105
T-105
B-221
G-117
G-030
STAFF
C Moody
STAFF
C Moody
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
12:30pm-2:10pm
8am-9:50am
11:30am-1:20pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5pm-7:40pm
T-104
T-103
T-106
T-103
T-104
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
7pm-9:40pm
5pm-7:40pm
T-104
T-104
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
7pm-8:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
6pm-7:50pm
9am-2:30pm
9am-2:30pm
T-103
F-327
T-204
T-105
T-105
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/16-12/19
8/16-12/31
COM:107
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3 cr
33976
401
Day
F
9am-11:40am
D-217A
STAFF
35774
402
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
TBA
M Hurley
COM:120
GENDER COMMUNICATION
3 cr
34498
401
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
COM:200
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CULTURES
3 cr
33357
4SA
Day
TR
11pm-12:15pm
G-117
S Osburn
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
35346
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
Criminal Justice
CRJ:101
AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM
3 cr
31600
474
Online
TBA
NET
V Harlan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
CRJ:111
RULES OF CRIMINAL EVIDENCE
3 cr
31601
401
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
C-225
V Harlan
33245
474
Online
TBA
NET
V Harlan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
CRJ:122
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
3 cr
31602
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
G-321
V Harlan
33246
474
Online
TBA
NET
V Harlan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
CRJ:123
JUVENILE JUSTICE
3 cr
31603
401
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
B-213
V Harlan
33247
474
Online
TBA
NET
V Harlan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
CRJ:124
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURES
3 cr
31604
401
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
D-215
V Harlan
33248
474
Online
TBA
NET
V Harlan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
CRJ:207
POLICE SUPERVISION
3 cr
31605
401
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
LB-031
H Butler
CRJ:208
CORRECTIONAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
3 cr
34764
474
Online
TBA
NET
H Butler
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
CRJ:209
31998
CRJ:211
31999
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM
401
Arranged
TBA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM SEMINAR
450
Arranged
TBA
TBA
TBA
3 cr
F Echols
3 cr
F Echols
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
CRJ:212
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
3 cr
33250
474
Online
TBA
NET
H Butler
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Vernon Harlan at [email protected]
Dates
8/23-12/19
Culinary Arts
Forest Park
CUL:101
SAFETY AND SANITATION
35454
401
Day
M
11:30am-1pm
HSP-221
33934
402
Day
T
11:30am-1pm
HSP-215
35455
403
Day
W
11:30am-1pm
HSP-221
33935
404
Day
R
11:30am-1pm
HSP-215
35457
421
Day
M
11:30am-1pm
HSP-221
33936
422
Day
T
11:30am-1pm
HSP-215
35459
423
Day
W
11:30am-1pm
HSP-221
33937
424
Day
R
11:30am-1pm
HSP-215
33938
450
Evening
W
5pm-6:30pm
HSP-215
33939
461
Evening
M
5pm-6:30pm
HSP-215
CUL:105
FOOD PREPARATION THEORY
33940
401
Day
M
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-121
33941
402
Day
W
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-121
33942
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
HSP-215
33943
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
J Perry
M Downey
J Perry
M Downey
J Perry
M Downey
J Perry
M Downey
J Perry
J Perry
3 cr
STAFF
R Hertel
J Perry
E Piazza
CUL:110
FOOD PREPARATION PRACTICAL I
33944
401
Day
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:115 is required.
33945
402
Day
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:115 is required.
33946
403
Day
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:115 is required.
33947
450
Evening
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:115 is required.
CUL:115
FOOD PREPARATION PRACTICAL II
33948
421
Day
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:110 is required.
33949
422
Day
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:110 is required.
33950
423
Day
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:110 is required.
33951
461
Evening
Concurrent enrollment in CUL:110 is required.
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/25-10/17
8/26-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/25-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
WR
7:30am-10:50am
HSP-111
3 cr
C Rossi
8/25-10/17
WR
11am-2:20pm
HSP-111
C Rossi
8/25-10/17
WR
2:30pm-5:50pm
HSP-111
D Rell
8/25-10/17
WR
6pm-9:20pm
HSP-111
G Hamilton
8/25-10/17
WR
7:30am-10:50am
HSP-111
3 cr
C Rossi
10/20-12/19
WR
11am-2:20pm
HSP-111
C Rossi
10/20-12/19
WR
2:30pm-5:50pm
HSP-111
STAFF
10/20-12/19
WR
6pm-9:20pm
HSP-111
G Hamilton
10/20-12/19
CUL:150
35409
CUL:201
33952
33953
CUL:205
33954
33955
CUL:210
33956
33957
CUL:215
33958
33959
CUL:250
33961
CULINARY ESSENTIALS FOR THE PASTRY ARTS
450
Evening
F
6pm-9:20pm
HSP-111
GARDE MANGER - Students must attend in full culinary uniform on the first day of class.
401
Day
MT
7:30am-10:50am
HSP-111
402
Day
MT
2:30pm-5:50pm
HSP-111
GLOBAL CUISINE - Students must attend in full culinary uniform on the first day of class.
421
Day
MT
7:30am-10:50am
HSP-111
422
Day
MT
2:30pm-5:50pm
HSP-111
NUTRITIONAL COOKING
401
Day
MT
11am-2:20pm
HSP-111
450
Evening
MT
6pm-9:20pm
HSP-111
AMERICAN REGIONAL CUISINE
421
Day
MT
11am-2:20pm
HSP-111
461
Evening
MT
6pm-9:20pm
HSP-111
RESTAURANT OPERATIONS
401
Day
W
8am-12pm
HSP-121
R
10am-2:30pm
HSP-121
Permission required, contact Ellen Piazza at [email protected] or 314-644-9767.
33962
402
Day
T
4pm-8pm
HSP-121
W
4pm-8:30pm
HSP-121
Permission required, contact Ellen Piazza at [email protected] or 314-644-9767.
3 cr
T Sullivan
3 cr
J Seaborn
C Rossi
3 cr
J Seaborn
C Rossi
3 cr
C Rossi
B Horton
3 cr
C Rossi
B Horton
6 cr
E Piazza
D Rell
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
9am-10:15am
9:30am-10:50am
A-417
A-417
8am-10:30am
11am-1:30pm
A-417
A-417
8/25-10/1
8:30am-9:50am
11:30am-12:50pm
B-110
10:20am-11:50am
A-417
8:30am-11:20am
A-417
10:50am-11:50am
11am-12pm
12:30pm-4pm
A-417
BA-417
10:50am-11:50am
11am-12pm
12:30pm-4pm
A-417
B-415
A-417
M
W
11:30am-12:50pm
11:30am-12:50pm
A-417
A-417
MT
8am-5pm
TBA
W
R
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
E-310
E-310
8am-12pm
10:30am-12:30pm
A-417
A-417
10:30am-12:30pm
2pm-5pm
A-417
A-417
9am-10:30am
A-417
8:30am-11:30am
8:30am-11:30am
9am-9:50am
12:30pm-2:30pm
6am-6:50am
A-415
A-415
A-415
A-415
TBA
1pm-4pm
A-415
TBA
9am-10:50am
A-415
10am-11:50am
1pm-2:50pm
3pm-4:50pm
A-415
A-415
A-415
11am-11:50am
12:30pm-2:20pm
A-415
A-415
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Dental Assisting
CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING: OPERATIVE DENTISTRY
401
Day
MT
R
DA:144
PRECLINICAL PRACTICE
32242
401
Day
F
F
W
1:30pm-4:30pm
A-417
DA:149
DENTAL TERMINOLOGY
32243
401
Day
T
W
DA:150
INFECTION CONTROL IN DENTISTRY
32244
401
Day
TR
DA:151
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING
32245
401
Day
MW
DA:157
DENTAL RADIOLOGY
32246
421
Day
W
R
F
Concurrent enrollment in DA:164 section 421 is required.
33171
422
Day
W
R
F
Concurrent enrollment in DA:164 section 422 is required.
DA:159
32247
DENTAL OFFICE PROCEDURES
401
Day
DA:161
32248
DA:162
32249
33173
DA:164
32250
DENTAL ASSISTING PRACTICUM
421
Day
DENTAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
421
Day
422
Day
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS I
421
Day
F
MT
Concurrent enrollment in DA:157 section 421 is required.
33170
422
Day
MT
F
Concurrent enrollment in DA:157 section 421 is required.
DA:165
32251
DENTAL MATERIALS
421
Day
W
2 cr
L Ralphs
1 cr
L Ralphs
1 cr
D Munson
1 cr
L Ralphs
2 cr
L Ralphs
2 cr
D Munson
D Munson
1 cr
L Ralphs
2 cr
L Ralphs
1 cr
P Wilson
P Wilson
2 cr
L Ralphs
L Ralphs
1 cr
L Ralphs
10/4-10/26
10/7 - 12/9
8/27-10/1
8/27-10/1
8/24-9/28
8/26-9/30
8/24-9/28
8/23-9/29
10/6-12/19
10/7-12/19
10/8-12/19
10/6-12/19
10/7-12/19
10/8-12/19
8/23-9/27
8/25-9/29
11/1-12/6
11/3-12/8
11/4-12/9
10/8-12/10
10/4-10/26
10/4-10/26
10/8-12/10
8/16-12/31
Dental Hygiene
DHY:120
31705
CONCEPTS OF PRE-CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE I
401
Day
T
R
M
T
34257
499
Arranged
TBA
DHY:121
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS LAB I
31739
401
Day
W
34258
499
Arranged
TBA
DHY:125
PERIODONTICS I
31740
401
Day
W
DHY:126
DENTAL RADIOLOGY I
31742
401
Day
M
M
M
DHY:127
ORAL ANATOMY
31743
401
Day
W
R
The registration deadline is August 19, 2006.
34259
499
Arranged
TBA
DHY:128
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES FOR THE DENTAL HYGIENIST
31744
401
Day
F
DHY:129
DENTAL-MEDICAL EMERGENCIES
31745
401
Day
F
TBA
10am-11:50am
A-415
9am-9:50am
A-415
3 cr
B Consolino
B Consolino
1 cr
B Consolino
B Consolino
2 cr
D Trunk
2 cr
P Ring
3 cr
B Consolino
B Consolino
2 cr
M Conte
1 cr
P Heaton
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
DA:143
34729
St. Louis Community College
Forest Park
Course
CRN
Title
Section
DHY:220
31747
DHY:221
31748
DHY:222
31749
CONCEPTS OF CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III
401
Day
R
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS LAB III
401
Day
F
CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III
401
Day
F
W
M
R
COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH
401
Day
W
PERIODONTICS II
401
Day
M
DENTAL PHARMACOLOGY
401
Day
T
DENTAL HYGIENE: SKILLS REVIEW
499
Arranged
TBA
DHY:223
31750
DHY:225
31767
DHY:228
31769
DHY:504
33747
Type
Day
Time
Location
9:30am-11:20am
LB-031
1pm-4pm
A-419
8:30am-12pm
8:30am-12pm
8:30am-12:30pm
12:30pm-4:30pm
A-419
A-419
A-419
A-419
1pm-2:50pm
A-419
1:30pm-3:20pm
LB-031
8:30am-10:20am
LB-031
TBA
Credits
Instructor
2 cr
D Trunk
1 cr
D Trunk
4 cr
P Ring
2 cr
P Heaton
2 cr
M Burke
2 cr
M Conte
2 cr
B Consolino
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
DMS:101
31986
DMS:102
31987
DMS:103
31988
DMS:105
31989
DMS:106
31990
31991
DMS:113
31996
DMS:119
31992
DMS:120
31993
DMS:201
32017
DMS:204
32044
DMS:205
32045
DMS:209
32046
DMS:210
32047
DMS:214
32048
DMS:215
32049
CLINICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ULTRASOUND
401
Day
MW
MEDICAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
401
Day
MW
ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION I
401
Day
MW
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY I
401
Day
F
MW
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY SCANNING TECHNIQUES I
401
Day
F
402
Day
F
CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY SCANNING TECHNIQUES I
450
Evening
W
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY I
450
Evening
W
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY SCANNING TECHNIQUES I
450
Day
M
ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION III
401
Day
TR
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY IV
401
Day
TR
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL APPLICATIONS II
401
Day
TR
CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY IV
450
Evening
R
CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL APPLICATIONS II
450
Evening
T
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY IV
450
Evening
T
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL APPLICATIONS II
450
Evening
R
2pm-2:50pm
A-015
3pm-3:50pm
A-015
4pm-4:50pm
A-015
11:30am-12:20pm
1pm-1:50pm
A-013A
A-013A
9:30am-11:20am
12:30pm-2:20pm
A-013B
A-013B
5:30pm-7:20pm
A-015
5:30pm-8:20pm
A-013A
5:30pm-7:20pm
A-013B
4pm-5:15pm
A-015
1pm-2:50pm
A-013A
3pm-3:50pm
A-013A
5:30pm-9:20pm
A-015
5:30pm-7:20pm
A-015
5:30pm-9:20pm
A-013A
5:30pm-7:20pm
A-013
2 cr
B Anderhub
2 cr
B Anderhub
2 cr
B Anderhub
3 cr
B Anderhub
1 cr
M Baker
M Baker
1 cr
K Fetouh
3 cr
B Klein
1 cr
J Mathis
3 cr
B Anderhub
4 cr
B Anderhub
2 cr
B Anderhub
4 cr
S Bierig
2 cr
T Hampton
4 cr
B Klein
2 cr
B Klein
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Diesel Technology
DIE:102
35466
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK SUSPENSION AND STEERING
426
Day
MTWR
8am-11am
OFF CAMPUS
MTWR
11:40am-2pm
OFF CAMPUS
Classes will meet at The MET Center, 6347 Plymouth Ave., Wellston, MO 63133. For questions call Steve Goessling 314-746-0790.
DIE:103
33746
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK ELECTRICITY
426
Day
DIE:104
33452
ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND MANUALS
474
Online
TBA
Required Orientation
M
MTWR
8am-11am
OFF CAMPUS
MTWR
11:40am-2pm
OFF CAMPUS
Classes will meet at The MET Center, 6347 Plymouth Ave., Wellston, MO 63133. For questions call Steve Goessling 314-746-0790.
3 cr
S Goessling
3 cr
S Goessling
10/11-11/4
10/11-11/4
8/16-9/9
8/16-9/9
3 cr
11am-1pm
NET
OFF CAMPUS
S Goessling
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
Orientation will be held The MET Center, 6347 Plymouth Ave., Wellston, MO 63133. After registering, please contact the instructor at [email protected] For more
information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
DIE:107
35467
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK ELECTRONICS
426
Day
DIE:206
35468
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK DRIVETRAINS
426
Day
Type
Day
MTWR
MTWR
Classes will be held The MET Center, 6347 Plymouth Ave., Wellston, MO 63133.
MTWR
MTWR
Classes will be held The MET Center, 6347 Plymouth Ave., Wellston, MO 63133.
Time
Location
8am-11am
11:40am-2pm
OFF CAMPUS
OFF CAMPUS
8am-11am
11:40am-2pm
OFF CAMPUS
OFF CAMPUS
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
S Goessling
3 cr
S Goessling
Dates
9/13-10/7
9/13-10/7
11/8-12/3
11/8-12/3
Early Care and Education
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
401
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
G-323
461
Evening
R
6:30pm-9:40pm
D-217A
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
450
Evening
R
6:30pm-9:10pm
C-221
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
421
Day
T
1pm-4pm
C-215
450
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:10pm
D-215
PRINCIPLES OF EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
402
Day
TR
9:30am-12:30pm
TBA
450
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
C-213
480
Weekend
S
9am-11:55am
TBA
CHILD DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY
401
Day
MW
9am-12pm
OFF CAMPUS
R
5pm-5:50pm
C-221
35527
402
Day
MW
9am-12pm
OFF CAMPUS
S
12pm-1pm
TBA
35528
404
Day
MTWR
9am-12pm
OFF CAMPUS
TR
1pm-2pm
TBA
ECE:107
EARLY CARE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
34804
402
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:10pm
TBA
ECE:108
INFANT, TODDLER AND TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
33506
401
Day
TR
1pm-2:30pm
TBA
ECE:125
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I
32108
401
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
G-117
31613
461
Evening
R
6:30pm-9:10pm
TBA
ECE:127
FAMILY AND TEACHER INTERACTIONS
34389
404
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
TBA
ECE:201
MATH AND SCIENCE IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
35529
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
TBA
ECE:202
MOVEMENT AND MUSIC IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
33686
401
Weekend
S
9am-11:40am
TBA
ECE:203
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM I
31716
450
Evening
W
5pm-5:50pm
C-215
Students must volunteer in an approved site for 144 clock hours Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings during the semester.
3 cr
H Scott
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
H Scott
H Scott
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
ECE:204
MANAGEMENT OF EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION SETTINGS
35530
455
Evening
R
6:30pm-9:40pm
TBA
ECE:205
CHILD AND SOCIETY
35531
402
Day
R
1pm-3:40pm
TBA
31614
401
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:10pm
C-217
ECE:206
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM II
32622
450
Evening
W
5pm-5:50pm
C-215
Must volunteer in an approved site for 144 clock hours Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings during the semester.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
H Scott
3 cr
H Scott
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
H Scott
H Scott
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
H Scott
8/23-12/19
9/16-12/19
8/26-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/12-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/13
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Economics
ECO:151
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
3 cr
30598
401
Day
MWF
8:30am-9:20am
E-317
N Peppes
8/23-12/19
30630
402
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
E-317
N Peppes
8/23-12/19
32034
403
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
E-317
N Peppes
8/23-12/19
30627
4WA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
E-317
N Peppes
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course
30632
4SA
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
E-317
STAFF
8/25-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
35473
474
Online
TBA
NET
N Peppes
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering for the course, contact the instructor at
[email protected] or 314-644-9746.
ECO:152
32382
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-317
3 cr
N Peppes
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
Forest Park
ECE:101
32105
31609
ECE:102
33259
ECE:103
34890
31610
ECE:104
35526
31611
34891
ECE:105
31612
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
30639
4WA
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-317
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30645
4SA
Evening
R
7:05pm-9:45pm
E-317
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
Credits
Instructor
Dates
N Peppes
8/24-12/19
STAFF
8/26-12/19
Education
EDU:210
TEACHING PROFESSION WITH FIELD EXPERIENCE
3 cr
34102
401
Day
M
1pm-2:50pm
D-217
L Orlando
8/23-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. Course requires a minimum of 40 hours of off campus observations (3 hours per week).
34976
402
Day
T
1pm-2:50pm
B-219
L Orlando
8/23-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. Course requires a minimum of 40 hours of off campus observations (3 hours per week).
34103
450
Evening
M
5pm-6:50pm
C-225
L Orlando
8/23-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. Course requires a minimum of 40 hours of off campus observations (3 hours per week).
Forest Park
EDU:211
30522
30525
34979
EDU:218
33569
35238
33970
EDU:227
34978
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
3 cr
401
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
TBA
STAFF
403
Day
MW
10am-11:15am
F-331
L Orlando
450
Evening
W
5pm-8:10pm
LB-041
STAFF
TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
3 cr
401
Day
MW
10am-11:15am
TBA
STAFF
450
Day
TR
12:30pm-2:05pm
E-310
STAFF
451
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
E-310
STAFF
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
474
Day/Hybrid
F
11am-12:30pm
TBA
L Orlando
Required Orientation
F
11am-12:30pm
TBA
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Lori Orlando at [email protected]
34100
475
Evening/Hybrid
T
5:30pm-7pm
NET
L Orlando
Required Orientation
T
5:30pm-7pm
TBA
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Lori Orlando at [email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-8/27
8/24-12/19
8/24-8/24
Emergency Medical Technology
EMT:120
EMT INTERNSHIP
33930
476
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
B-011
An additional $50 will be added to the maintenance fee. 100 clinical hours required in addition to classroom time.
6 cr
M Christopher
8/23-12/19
EMT:121
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES, AND TECHNIQUES
8 cr
31019
439
Day
MW
9am-1pm
G-121
E Bise
8/23-12/19
There is a prerequisite of American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Health Care Providers. 48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom
time. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
31024
476
Evening
MW
6pm-10pm
G-121
R Stolarski
8/23-12/19
There is a prerequisite of American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Health Care Providers. 48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom
time. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
Engineering Science
ESC:100
32023
ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND DESIGN
401
Day
MW
E-310
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
ENG:001
THE SENTENCE
34006
401
Day
TBA
Go to the Writing Center, Room G-223, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first week of class.
TBA
1 cr
H Wilson
8/23-12/19
ENG:002
SPELLING
34007
401
Day
TBA
Go to the Writing Center, Room G-223, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first week of class.
TBA
1 cr
H Wilson
8/23-12/19
ENG:003
SENTENCE COMBINING
34008
401
Day
TBA
Go to the Writing Center, Room G-223, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first week of class.
TBA
1 cr
H Wilson
8/23-12/19
ENG:004
GRAMMAR REVIEW
34009
401
Day
TBA
Go to the Writing Center, Room G-223, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first week of class.
TBA
1 cr
H Wilson
8/23-12/19
ENG:005
WRITING IMPROVEMENT
34010
401
Day
TBA
Go to the Writing Center, Room G-223, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first week of class.
TBA
1 cr
H Wilson
8/23-12/19
ENG:006
WRITING EFFECTIVE PARAGRAPHS
34011
401
Day
TBA
Go to the Writing Center, Room G-223, between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first week of class.
TBA
1 cr
H Wilson
8/23-12/19
ENG:013
ESL: ACADEMIC ENGLISH PREP
31962
401
Day
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
G-225
1 cr
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
11 am- 12:50pm
English
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
31964
450
Evening
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
ENG:014
ESL: ACADEMIC LISTENING COMPREHENSION
31963
401
Day
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
31965
450
Evening
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
ENG:015
ESL: VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
31966
401
Day
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
31967
450
Evening
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
ENG:017
ESL: WRITING SKILLS
31968
401
Day
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
31969
450
Evening
TBA
Go to G-225 first week of classes to get course syllabus.
ENG:020
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
32091
401
Day
32092
402
Day
31014
403
Day
31784
404
Day
32093
405
Day
32094
406
Day
32078
407
Day
35088
408
Day
35089
409
Day
31015
421
Day
31020
422
Day
33737
423
Day
34222
424
Day
35257
425
Day
35322
426
Day
31022
450
Evening
34216
451
Evening
33322
461
Evening
34812
486
Weekend
ENG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
31278
401
Day
This is a computer assisted section.
31279
402
Day
This is a computer assisted section.
31280
403
Day
31282
404
Day
31283
405
Day
This is a computer assisted section.
31284
406
Day
31285
407
Day
31286
408
Day
31287
409
Day
This is a computer assisted section.
31288
410
Day
This is a computer assisted section.
31289
411
Day
32133
412
Day
32134
413
Day
This is a computer assisted section.
32929
414
Day
32930
415
Day
33213
416
Day
34989
417
Day
34990
418
Day
35184
419
Day
32095
421
Day
32096
422
Day
33229
423
Day
33738
424
Day
35258
425
Day
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
G-225
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
G-225
1 cr
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
G-225
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
G-225
1 cr
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
G-225
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
G-225
1 cr
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
G-225
E Fonseca
8/23-12/19
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
TR
TR
TR
TR
S
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
1pm-1:50pm
11am-11:50am
8am-8:50am
7am-7:50am
11am-12:50pm
11:20am-12:30pm
9am-11:40am
10am-11:50am
2pm-3:25pm
2pm-4:40pm
7pm-8:15pm
5pm-6:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
9am-12pm
A-217
A-213
A-223
B-221
A-213
A-219
B-223
A-221
A-225
G-418
A-223
D-217
F-329
D-217A
LB-041
A-219
A-215
A-213
A-221
TR
8am-9:15am
A-227
3 cr
L Hirst
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
MWF
9am-9:50am
A-227
L Hirst
8/23-12/19
MWF
TR
MWF
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
C-215
A-221
A-227
STAFF
STAFF
L Hirst
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
MWF
MWF
TR
MWF
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
12pm-12:50pm
A-217
B-219
A-227
A-227
R Hughes
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
A-227
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MWF
MWF
TR
1pm-1:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
A-215
A-217
A-227
STAFF
STAFF
R Hughes
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
9:30am-10:45am
8am-9:15am
9am-9:50am
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
8am-8:50am
10am-11:10am
12:30pm-1:50pm
7:30am-8:40am
1pm-2:30pm
2pm-3:25pm
F-221
A-215
B-221
G-113
G-113
A-213
T-106
B-413
B-221
A-225
C-217
R Hughes
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
R Hughes
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Forest Park
35268
426
Day
MWF
2pm-3:25pm
35277
427
Day
MWF
2pm-3:25pm
35281
428
Day
MWF
7:30am-8:40am
31294
450
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
This is a computer assisted section.
31295
451
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
This is a computer assisted section.
31297
452
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
This is a computer assisted section.
35101
453
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
31293
461
Evening
MW
5pm-6:50pm
32626
486
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
ENG:050
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS I
31401
401
Day
MWF
9am-10:50am
31402
402
Day
MWF
9am-10:50am
31403
450
Evening
TR
5:30pm-8:15pm
ENG:051
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS I
31404
402
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
ENG:053
LISTENING AND NOTE-TAKING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
31406
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
34217
402
Day
MW
8:30am-9:45am
32272
421
Day
MWF
12pm-12:57pm
33578
450
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
ENG:060
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS II
31407
401
Day
MW
10am-12:45pm
31408
402
Day
MWF
10am-11:50am
31409
403
Day
MWF
10am-11:50am
31411
450
Evening
TR
5:30pm-8:15pm
31412
451
Evening
TR
5:30pm-8:15pm
ENG:061
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS II
31437
401
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
33231
402
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
31438
450
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
ENG:062
SPOKEN COMMUNICATION AND PRONUNCIATION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
31439
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
ENG:070
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
31441
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
31440
402
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
32267
403
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
31443
450
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
ENG:080
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
34493
401
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
34494
450
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
ENG:101
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
32097
401
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
32098
402
Day
TR
7am-8:15am
32099
403
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
32100
404
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
32101
405
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
32104
406
Day
MWF
9am-10:50am
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:102 section 4WD is required.
32106
407
Day
MWF
9am-11:50am
This section is part of the Coordinated Studies Program, see a counselor or advisor for more information.
32109
408
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
This is a computer assisted section.
32110
409
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
32112
410
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
32113
411
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
32114
412
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
32115
413
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
32116
414
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
32117
415
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
32118
416
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
32119
417
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
33215
418
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
33191
419
Day
MW
4pm-5:15pm
33214
420
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
31335
421
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
31334
422
Day
MWF
12:40pm-1:50pm
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
B-223
A-219
B-213
A-227
R Hughes
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
A-227
STAFF
8/23-12/19
A-227
STAFF
8/23-12/19
B-215
C-221
C-219
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
C-225
C-225
A-219
A-217
A-223
C-223
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
6 cr
K Hulsey
G Liu
H Hoxha
3 cr
K Hulsey
3 cr
G Liu
M Maclin
E Fonseca
Y Belyaeva
6 cr
P Dzunu
E Fonseca
K Kimzey
K Grueninger
D Long
3 cr
G Liu
P Dzunu
M Vareedayah
3 cr
K Kimzey
3 cr
M Maclin
M Moll
M Moll
E Fonseca
3 cr
A Meechai
M Moll
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
D Yezbick
STAFF
TBA
K Ostlund
8/23-12/19
A-227
D Shepherd
8/23-12/19
C-221
D-217
A-221
C-223
A-217
A-213
A-219
A-215
A-217
A-221
A-219
A-221
A-219
F-325
K Ostlund
J Dennis
H Wilson
M Jason
STAFF
STAFF
J Dennis
W Yan
STAFF
STAFF
M Jason
D Yezbick
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
B-213
D-217
B-217
C-219
C-221
C-213
B-415
A-219
G-119
B-221
A-219
B-225
G-115
A-213
B-215
C-213
B-219
B-213
TBA
TBA
G-323
B-213
A-217
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/30-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
32111
423
Day
MWF
9am-10:50am
F-327
STAFF
33739
425
Day
MWF
1pm-2:30pm
B-217
STAFF
35278
426
Day
MWF
2pm-3:25pm
A-217
J Dennis
34843
430
Day
T
8:30am-11am
B-415
D Yezbick
This section is tailored to students enrolled in the Culinary; Baking & Pastry; and Hospitality curriculum.
34851
431
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
E-310
L Hirst
This class is computer assisted.
35157
432
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
C-215
K Ostlund
31338
450
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
A-223
M Jason
31339
451
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
A-223
STAFF
31342
452
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
A-213
STAFF
31343
453
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
A-215
STAFF
31336
461
Evening
MW
5pm-6:50pm
A-217
STAFF
32014
462
Evening
MW
7pm-8:50pm
C-217
STAFF
31344
463
Evening
TR
5:30pm-8:15pm
G-113
STAFF
35331
465
Evening
MW
7pm-9:40pm
C-112
A Warfield
34117
486
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
B-219
STAFF
34291
495
Weekend
S
9am-3:10pm
A-217
STAFF
This section is part of Accelerated Weekend College.
33325
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Shepherd
32121
479
Online
TBA
NET
W Yan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Wie Yan at [email protected]
33326
475
Online
TBA
NET
W Yan
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33744
476
Online
TBA
NET
D Shepherd
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34214
477
Online
TBA
NET
H Wilson
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
Dates
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
ENG:102
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
3 cr
31354
4WA
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
A-215
J Harris
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31356
4WB
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
A-213
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31358
4WC
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
T-103
J Harris
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32122
4WD
Day
MWF
9am-10:50am
C-223
STAFF
10/18-12/19
Concurrent enrollment in ENG 101 section 406 is required. This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32124
4WE
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
A-215
A Warfield
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32125
4WF
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
B-217
A Warfield
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32126
4WG
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
A-219
W Yan
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32128
4WH
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-223
D Shepherd
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32129
4WI
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
D-215
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31391
4WJ
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
B-219
STAFF
9/14-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32123
4XA
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
A-215
A Warfield
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 before taking this course.
31393
4WK
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
A-223
J Dennis
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31392
4WL
Evening
MW
7pm-8:50pm
B-213
STAFF
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34118
4WM
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-219
J Dennis
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34987
4WV
Online
TBA
NET
W Yan
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Wie Yan at [email protected]
35273
4WX
Online
TBA
NET
H Wilson
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
ENG:103
33745
REPORT WRITING
3 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
10/18-12/19
Required Orientation
W
6:30pm-8:30pm
TBA
10/20-10/20
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34988
475
Online
TBA
NET
H Wilson
8/16-12/31
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
ENG:104
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
3 cr
33965
4XA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-215
D Yezbick
8/23-12/19
Permission required, contact an advisor or counselor to register. This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and
ENG:101 before taking this course.
Forest Park
ENG:110
CREATIVE WRITING
3 cr
31395
4XA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-223
R Hughes
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32950
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ENG:201
INTRODUCTION TO FICTION
3 cr
34483
402
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
A-219
A Warfield
ENG:203
AMERICAN LITERATURE
3 cr
34482
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
C-215
A Warfield
ENG:205
AMERICAN LITERATURE BETWEEN 1865 AND 1945
3 cr
32951
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ENG:207
HUMOR IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
3 cr
34012
401
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
A-213
D Yezbick
ENG:211
BRITISH LITERATURE AFTER 1800
3 cr
33485
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ENG:217
MAJOR BLACK WRITERS
3 cr
31397
4XA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-225
D Shepherd
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
34013
4XB
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
B-215
J Harris
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ENG:226
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
3 cr
34484
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
T-106
H Wilson
32952
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
ENG:228
STUDIES IN LITERATURE
3 cr
31370
4XA
Day
MWF
9am-11:50am
TBA
R Hughes
8/23-12/19
This section is part of the Coordinated Studies Program. Concurrent enrollment in ENG:101 section407 and PSY:200 section 407 is required. This section is speaking and
writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
32953
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
Fire Protection
FIR:204
35401
FIR:210
35404
FIRE FIGHTING TACTICS AND STRATEGY
450
Evening
WR
5pm-7:25pm
ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURAL REPRESENTATION-MATERIALS
450
Evening
WR
7:35pm-10pm
B-112
3 cr
J Graves
3 cr
J Sanders
A-217
4 cr
J Grillo
B-112
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
French
FRE:101
31491
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
401
Day
MW
11am-12:40pm
8/23-12/19
Funeral Directing
FD:102
FUNERAL SERVICE PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
31684
450
Evening
M
6pm-9pm
E-410
S Smith
8/23-12/19
32074
474
Online
TBA
NET
S Smith
8/23-12/19
Open to students who have been admitted to the Certificate of Proficiency in Funeral Directing program. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Steve Smith at [email protected]
FD:103
HISTORY OF FUNERAL SERVICE
3 cr
31685
450
Evening
W
6pm-9pm
E-410
S Smith
8/23-12/19
32075
474
Online
TBA
NET
S Smith
8/23-12/19
Open to students who have been admitted to the Certificate of Proficiency in Funeral Directing program. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Steve Smith at [email protected]
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Credits
Instructor
Day
Time
Location
MW
12pm-12:50pm
E-410
TR
9am-10:20am
E-410
MWF
10am-10:50am
E-410
TR
11am-12:20pm
E-410
TR
MW
1pm-4:50pm
1pm-4:50pm
E-410
E-410
2 cr
S Koosmann
3 cr
S Koosmann
3 cr
S Koosmann
3 cr
S Smith
2 cr
S Koosmann
S Koosmann
T
1pm-3:50pm
A-315
3 cr
J Collins
TR
9am-10:20am
A-315
MW
MW
12pm-1:20pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
A-315
A-315
TR
9am-10:40am
B-413
T
6:30pm-9:50pm
B-219
T
6:30pm-9:50pm
B-219
Dates
Funeral Service Education
ORIENTATION TO FUNERAL SERVICE
401
Day
DYNAMICS OF GRIEF
401
Day
EMBALMING
401
Day
FUNERAL MANAGEMENT
401
Day
EMBALMING PRACTICUM I
401
Day
402
Day
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Geography
GEG:106
31615
U.S. AND WORLD GEOGRAPHY
401
Day
8/23-12/19
Geology
GEO:100
32985
GEO:111
31623
EARTH SCIENCE
401
Day
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
401
Day
3 cr
J Collins
5 cr
J Collins
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
German
GER:101
31496
GER:102
31497
GER:201
31979
ELEMENTARY GERMAN I
401
Day
ELEMENTARY GERMAN II
450
Evening
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
450
Evening
4 cr
C Handel
4 cr
C Handel
4 cr
C Handel
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Health Information Technology
HIT:101
34692
33260
33261
33262
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
4 cr
401
Day
TR
10am-11:40am
D-211
L Ritchie
421
Day
TR
2:30pm-4:30pm
D-211
L Ritchie
450
Evening
M
6pm-9:30pm
D-217
K Schrader
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Lee
Required Orientation
S
10am
D-315
OR
Required Orientation
T
4pm
D-315
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33263
475
Online
TBA
NET
D Lee
Required Orientation
S
10am
D-315
OR
Required Orientation
T
4pm
D-315
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33449
476
Online
TBA
NET
D Lee
Required Orientation
S
10am
D-315
OR
Required Orientation
T
4pm
D-315
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
HIT:102
35611
33266
HIT:103
35614
33323
HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
4 cr
401
Day
R
9am-12:50pm
C-112
P Sherman
450
Evening
T
6pm-9:20pm
A-110
J Ayres
HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
2 cr
401
Day
M
10am-11:35am
D-211
J Ayres
474
Online
TBA
NET
P Sherman
Required Orientation
S
12pm
E-311
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34992
475
Online
TBA
NET
P Sherman
Required Orientation
S
12pm
D-313
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
HIT:104
34021
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/24-8/24
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/24-8/24
9/13-12/19
9/11-9/11
9/14-9/14
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
9/13-12/19
9/18-9/18
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE
2 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Huber
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
S
11am
D-315
8/21-8/21
Concurrent enrollment in HIT:105 section 474 is required. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or
contact the instructor at [email protected]
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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FNL:101
31679
FNL:106
32987
FNL:201
31680
FNL:202
31682
FNL:206
31683
34691
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
HIT:105
34022
PHARMACOLOGY FOR HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Huber
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
S
11am
D-315
8/21-8/21
Concurrent enrollment in HIT:104 section 474 is required. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or
contact the instructor at [email protected]
HIT:106
35629
35631
HIT:107
35633
33570
HIT:109
33264
Forest Park
DIAGNOSIS CODING SYSTEMS I
3 cr
401
Day
M
1pm-3:40pm
E-311
P Sherman
450
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
D-211
J Ayres
PROCEDURE CODING SYSTEMS I
3 cr
401
Day
T
1pm-3:40pm
D-313
P Sherman
450
Evening
R
5:30pm-8:10pm
E-311
J Ayres
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I
3 cr
440
Day
TBA
D-211
K Schrader
Required Orientation
M
11am
D-210
OR
Required Orientation
T
2pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
HIT:110
35636
HIT:201
33324
HIT:208
35640
HEALTHCARE LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES
3 cr
401
Day
M
1pm-3:40pm
D-211
J Ayres
HEALTH INSURANCE BILLING AND REIMBURSEMENT
3 cr
486
Weekend
S
9am-11:20am
D-315
J Kraus
ADVANCED CODING APPLICATIONS
2 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
P Sherman
Required Orientation
S
1pm
E-311
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
HIT:209
33265
HIT:210
35643
35643
HIT:211
35641
HIT:213
34142
HIT:214
34143
HIT:291
35644
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION II
440
Day
TBA
Required Orientation
M
11am
OR
Required Orientation
T
2pm
CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE - HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
440
Arranged
TBA
440
Arranged
TBA
ELECTRONIC HEALTH SYSTEMS
486
Weekend
S
12pm-2:40pm
QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE
450
Evening
M
5:30pm-8:10pm
CALCULATING AND REPORTING HEALTHCARE STATISTICS
450
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
401
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D-210
D-210
TBA
TBA
D-315
D-211
E-311
TBA
3 cr
K Schrader
2 cr
P Sherman
P Sherman
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
J Ayres
3 cr
STAFF
2 cr
P Sherman
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/25-8/25
8/23-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/24-8/24
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
History
HST:101
AMERICAN HISTORY I
3 cr
30470
401
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
C-221
D Brown
30472
402
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
C-221
D Brown
30475
403
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
B-225
L Williams
30477
404
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
B-225
D Henry
32797
405
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
B-225
L Williams
33112
406
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
C-213
L Williams
33888
407
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-217
L Williams
30478
450
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-225
STAFF
34973
451
Evening
M
7:30pm-10pm
C-219
STAFF
Section 451 and 452 are rotating sections for firefighters. Both sections will meet if there is enough enrollment to offer them both.
34974
452
Evening
T
7:30pm-10pm
C-225
STAFF
Section 451 and 452 are rotating sections for firefighters. Both sections will meet if there is enough enrollment to offer them both.
32039
486
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
C-225
STAFF
HST:102
AMERICAN HISTORY II
3 cr
30479
401
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-213
D Henry
30480
402
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
C-213
L Williams
30481
403
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-217
L Williams
32798
404
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
C-213
D Henry
33889
405
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
C-221
D Henry
30482
450
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-219
L Williams
34362
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Henry
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Deborah Henry, at
[email protected]
34363
475
Online
TBA
NET
D Henry
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Deborah Henry, at
[email protected]
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
76
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
HST:137
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I
3 cr
30483
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
C-213
D Brown
8/23-12/19
30484
402
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-110
D Brown
8/24-12/19
30485
450
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
D-215
STAFF
8/25-12/19
34365
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Brown
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Dorian Brown, at [email protected]
HST:139
BRITISH HISTORY
3 cr
32954
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
Hospitality, Restaurant Management
HRM:112
PURCHASING
31809
401
Day
M
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-215
32607
402
Day
M
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-215
32000
450
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-219
33019
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
M Downey
M Downey
R Hertel
R Hertel
HRM:128
NUTRITION
31810
401
Day
F
9am-11:40am
HSP-221
32934
402
Day
R
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-221
35411
403
Day
W
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-221
35589
404
Day
MW
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-221
35591
405
Day
MW
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-221
31811
450
Evening
R
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-221
HRM:134
INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
32611
401
Day
W
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-215
32758
402
Day
W
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-215
33212
403
Day
R
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-215
31812
450
Evening
W
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-219
33032
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
S Appelbaum
S Appelbaum
A Stephan Marino
STAFF
STAFF
S Appelbaum
3 cr
M Downey
M Downey
M Downey
T Heck
E Piazza
HRM:141
WORKPLACE LEARNING I: HOSPITALITY STUDIES
33160
401
Day
F
9am-10:50am
HSP-219
HRM:201
PROBLEMS OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
31813
401
Day
T
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-215
32612
402
Day
T
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-219
32613
450
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-219
33334
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
J Ivory
3 cr
M Downey
J Ivory
J Ivory
M Turner
HRM:202
HOSPITALITY LAW
31814
401
Day
M
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-219
33562
450
Evening
M
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-221
33021
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
C Mueller
H Jurgensen
J Ivory
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
HRM:205
OPERATIONAL COST CONTROL
35412
401
Day
T
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-221
33819
402
Day
T
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-215
33583
450
Evening
T
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-221
33335
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. .
3 cr
R Hertel
R Hertel
R Hertel
R Hertel
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
HRM:209
HOSPITALITY SALES AND MARKETING
35413
401
Day
M
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-219
31816
402
Day
R
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-219
33564
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
J Ivory
H Jurgensen
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
HRM:210
GUEST SERVICES MANAGEMENT
32617
401
Day
W
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-214
33337
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
T Heck
E Piazza
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
77
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
HST:138
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY II
3 cr
30486
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-213
D Henry
8/24-12/19
32799
402
Day
MWF
6am-6:50am
TBA
D Henry
8/23-12/19
32050
421
Day
MW
9am-10:50am
A-112
STAFF
9/13-12/19
34366
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Brown
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Dorian Brown, at [email protected]
33488
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Forest Park
Credits
Instructor
Dates
HRM:211
HOTEL FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
32935
401
Day
T
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-219
33565
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
J Ivory
J Ivory
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
HRM:212
BAR AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT
32066
401
Day
R
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-219
33344
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
M Turner
M Turner
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
HRM:214
HOSPITALITY HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
33827
402
Day
W
1:30pm-4:10pm
HSP-219
33346
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
T Heck
J Ivory
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
HRM:221
WORKPLACE LEARNING II: HOSPITALITY STUDIES
33161
401
Day
F
11am-12:50pm
HSP-219
HRM:241
WORKPLACE LEARNING III: HOSPITALITY STUDIES
33162
474
Work-Place Experience
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
J Ivory
1 cr
J Ivory
HRM:250
33024
3 cr
R Hertel
Type
FOODSERVICE DESIGN AND LAYOUT
401
Day
Day
M
Time
Location
8:30am-11:10am
HSP-221
11am-12:20pm
9am-10:50am
5:30pm-8:20pm
B-215
TBA
F-325
9:30am-10:45am
9am-10:50am
C-223
TBA
11am-12:15pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
6pm-9:10pm
TBA
F-221
F-331
5:30pm-8:20pm
B-221
9am-11:50am
TBA
9:30am-10:45am
D-217A
TBA
D-217
TBA
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Human Services
HMS:100
31624
35515
31625
HMS:101
31627
35516
HMS:102
35517
31628
35153
HMS:111
31630
HMS:122
35521
HMS:201
32679
32235
HMS:202
32271
32236
HMS:203
31631
32237
HMS:204
31632
32238
HMS:205
31633
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
401
Day
MW
402
Day
MWF
450
Evening
M
HUMAN SERVICES: THEORIES AND SKILLS
401
Day
TR
403
Day
MWF
HUMAN SERVICES: POLICY AND POLITICS
401
Day
TR
450
Evening
T
451
Evening
W
GROUP PRACTICE IN HUMAN SERVICES
450
Evening
W
HEALTH ISSUES AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
480
Weekend
S
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HUMAN SERVICES I
401
Day
MW
TBA
450
Evening
R
TBA
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HUMAN SERVICES II
401
Day
MW
TBA
450
Evening
R
TBA
HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM SEMINAR I
401
Day
MW
450
Evening
R
HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM SEMINAR II
401
Day
MW
450
Evening
R
CRISIS INTERVENTION
401
Day
MW
5:30pm-8:20pm
9:30am-10:45am
5:30pm-8:20pm
D-217A
TBA
D-217
TBA
9:30am-10:45am
5:30pm-8:20pm
B-215
B-221
9:30am-10:45am
5:30pm-8:20pm
B-215
B-221
12:30pm-1:45pm
TBA
TR
TR
9am-10:50am
5pm-6:50pm
B-112
C-112
MWF
10am-10:50am
T-204
3 cr
K Tandoh
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
K Tandoh
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
K Tandoh
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
K Tandoh
STAFF
3 cr
K Tandoh
STAFF
3 cr
K Tandoh
STAFF
3 cr
K Tandoh
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/15-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Humanities
HUM:101
31444
31445
HUM:106
32620
HUMANITIES I
401
Day
450
Evening
BLACK HUMANITIES
401
Day
4 cr
M Kruger
M Kruger
3 cr
J Harris
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Information Systems
KEYBOARDING
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Pitchford
Required Orientation
M
5:30pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34574
475
Online
TBA
NET
D Pitchford
Required Orientation
M
5:30pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
32476
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Pitchford
Required Orientation
M
10am
D-210
OR
Required Orientation
M
5:30pm
D-210
This section is a self-paced, computer-assisted Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
32477
441
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Pitchford
Required Orientation
M
10am
D-210
OR
Required Orientation
M
5:30pm
D-210
This section is a self-paced, computer-assisted Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
33505
IS:102
KEYBOARDING AND FORMATTING
3 cr
401
Day
MW
10am-11:15am
E-311
D Bergjans
402
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
E-311
K Van Dyke
403
Day
TR
1pm-2:15pm
E-311
T Bunton
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
D-313
A Lee
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Bergjans
Required Orientation
M
4pm-5pm
E-311
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34607
475
Online
TBA
NET
A Lee
Required Orientation
M
4pm
E-311
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
32479
32480
32481
32482
33003
IS:103
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
3 cr
401
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
D-313
D Meyer
402
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
D-315
D Meyer
403
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
D-315
D Bergjans
404
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
D-315
STAFF
405
Day
MWF
12:30pm-2:30pm
C-311
W Wimmer
421
Day
TR
1pm-2:30pm
D-315
B Kahan
422
Day
MW
1pm-2:30pm
D-315
B Kahan
450
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-311
E Bean
451
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
D-313
E Bean
452
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
C-313
T Grote
462
Evening
T
6pm-9pm
C-313
T Grote
474
Online
TBA
NET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
T
6:15pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33440
475
Online
TBA
NET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
T
6:15pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
31770
31779
31781
31782
32608
31785
35418
32609
31787
35655
31786
31783
IS:107
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
426
Day
MW
9am-11:50am
C-311
450
Evening
M
7pm-8:15pm
D-315
IS:109
PROOFREADING AND EDITING SKILLS
33509
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
Required Orientation
M
12pm
D-210
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
34070
34068
IS:110
3 cr
B Kahan
T Grote
1 cr
D Pitchford
8/23-10/17
8/23-8/23
8/23-8/23
10/18-12/19
10/18-10/18
10/18-10/18
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
9/13-12/19
9/13-9/13
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
9/20-12/19
9/14-9/14
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE CONCEPTS
3 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
T Grote
Required Orientation
S
2pm
D-313
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
31789
IS:118
10/18-12/19
10/18-10/18
PROGRAM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
426
Day
MW
9am-11:50am
C-311
B Kahan
450
Evening
T
7pm-8:15pm
C-311
B Kahan
474
Online
TBA
NET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
T
7pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34886
31788
34608
IS:112
8/23-10/17
8/23-8/23
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-DATABASES
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Moore
8/23-10/17
Required Orientation
T
6pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33364
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
79
Forest Park
IS:101
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
33511
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Moore
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
T
6pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. Last date to register is October 15.
IS:119
440
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-WORD PROCESSING
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Pitchford
8/23-10/17
Required Orientation
M
6:30pm
D-210
8/23-8/23
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33512
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Pitchford
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
M
6:30pm
D-210
8/23-8/23
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. Last date to register is October 15.
32993
IS:120
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-SPREADSHEETS
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Moore
8/23-10/17
Required Orientation
T
5:30pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33513
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Moore
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
T
5:30pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. Last date to register is October 15.
33514
Forest Park
IS:123
INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS
1 cr
426
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
D-313
D Meyer
8/23-9/22
427
Day
TR
11am-12:20pm
D-313
D Meyer
8/24-9/23
428
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-311
D Meyer
9/28-11/2
466
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
D-313
J Manson
8/24-9/21
486
Weekend
F
6pm-8:40pm
D-313
J Manson
8/27-9/24
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Meyer
8/23-10/17
Required Orientation
T
5:30pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33743
475
Online
TBA
NET
D Meyer
10/18-12/19
Required Orientation
W
5:30pm
D-210
10/20-10/20
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33968
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
J Stillwell
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
T
12:30pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. Last date to register is October 15.
31790
31791
34824
31792
35657
33006
IS:124
WINDOWS-ADVANCED TOPICS
1 cr
426
Day
MW
11am-12:20pm
D-313
D Meyer
427
Day
TR
11am-12:20pm
D-313
D Meyer
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Meyer
Required Orientation
W
5:30pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34256
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
J Stillwell
Required Orientation
T
12:30pm
D-210
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
31793
32621
34575
IS:125
11/1-12/8
11/2-12/9
10/18-12/19
10/20-10/20
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
EXCEL FOR WINDOWS
2 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
M McLafferty
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
W
6pm
D-210
8/25-8/5
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34576
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
M McLafferty
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
W
6pm
D-210
8/25-8/5
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. Last date to register is October 4.
34577
IS:126
E-MAIL AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
440
Arranged
TBA
Required Orientation
T
7pm
This is an 8-week, self-paced course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
33982
IS:129
D-210
D-210
1 cr
G Bick
1 cr
Online
TBA
NET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
R
6:15pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
35445
475
Online
TBA
NET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
R
6:15pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
31794
IS:130
31795
35663
IS:131
34629
HTML
474
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE SUPPORT
450
Evening
451
Evening
ADVANCED HTML
474
Arranged
Required Orientation
M
R
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-313
C-313
TBA
R
6:15pm
NET
D-210
3 cr
T Grote
T Grote
2 cr
B Kahan
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
80
10/18-12/19
10/19-10/19
8/23-10/17
8/26-8/26
10/18-12/19
10/21-10/21
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/21-10/21
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
IS:132
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
WINDOWS-INTERMEDIATE TOPICS
1 cr
426
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
D-313
D Meyer
9/27-10/27
427
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
D-313
D Meyer
9/28-10/28
466
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
D-313
J Manson
9/28-10/26
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Meyer
10/18-12/19
Required Orientation
R
5:30pm
D-210
10/20-10/20
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33969
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
J Stillwell
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
T
12:30pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. The last day to register is October 15.
31796
31797
34583
33007
IS:136
INTERNET FUNDAMENTALS
1 cr
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
T Grote
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
S
11am
D-210
8/21-8/21
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. The last day to register is October 15.
IS:137
IS:139
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-PRESENTATION SOFTWARE
1 cr
33531
474
Online
TBA
NET
G Bick
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33530
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
G Bick
Required Orientation
R
7pm
D-210
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
GRAPHICS FOR THE WEB
3 cr
474
Online
TBA
NETNET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
R
6:15pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
10/18-12/19
10/21-10/21
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS
401
Day
TR
11am-12:40pm
E-311
402
Day
MW
12pm-1:40pm
D-211
450
Evening
MW
5:25pm-6:55pm
E-310
474
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
S
10am
D-313
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
34630
IS:151
8/23-12/19
8/26-8/26
WEB PUBLISHING
3 cr
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
C-313
B Kahan
474
Online
TBA
NET
B Kahan
Required Orientation
M
7pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34627
34628
IS:141
8/23-10/17
31799
31798
31801
35666
4 cr
K Van Dyke
D Bergjans
C Calicutt
STAFF
IS:155
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
2 cr
440
Arranged
TBA
D-211
D Bergjans
Required Orientation
W
4pm-5:30pm
D-210
IS:156
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-INTERMEDIATE DATABASES
1 cr
33365
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Moore
Required Orientation
R
6pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33540
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Moore
Required Orientation
T
6pm
D-210
Last date to register is October 15.
34910
IS:157
9/13-11/19
9/15-9/15
10/18-12/19
10/21-10/21
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-INTERMEDIATE WORD PROCESSING
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Pitchford
10/18-12/19
Required Orientation
M
6:30pm
D-210
10/18-10/18
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at instructor [email protected]
32492
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Pitchford
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
M
6pm
D-210
8/23-8/23
Last date to register is October 15.
32989
IS:158
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-INTERMEDIATE SPREADSHEETS
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Moore
10/18-12/19
Required Orientation
R
5:30pm
D-210
10/21-10/21
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33548
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Moore
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
T
5:30pm
D-210
8/24-8/24
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. The last day to register is October 15.
33549
IS:161
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-ADVANCED WORD PROCESSING
1 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Pitchford
Required Orientation
M
6:30pm
D-210
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
32493
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Pitchford
Required Orientation
M
6:30pm
D-210
34054
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
81
10/18-12/19
10/18-10/18
10/18-12/19
10/18-10/18
Forest Park
33190
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
IS:164
VOICE RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY
1 cr
466
Evening
T
6pm-7:35pm
C-310
D Pitchford
10/12-12/19
IS:200
ELECTRONIC RECORDS MANAGEMENT
2 cr
35461
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Bergjans
9/13-11/19
Required Orientation
W
6pm
D-210
9/15-9/15
IS:203
BUILDING SPEED AND ACCURACY
1 cr
32495
440
Arranged
TBA
D-210
D Pitchford
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
M
11am
D-210
8/23-8/23
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center. The last day to register is October 15.
32494
IS:214
34633
SPREADSHEET MACROS AND ADVANCED TOPICS
440
Arranged
TBA
Required Orientation
R
5:30pm
D-210
D-210
1 cr
D Moore
10/18-12/19
10/21-10/21
This is an 8-week, open-entry, self-paced, computer-assisted, Web-based course offered through the Interactive Learning Center.
Forest Park
IS:215
INTRODUCTION TO LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
3 cr
486
Weekend
F
5:30pm-6:45pm
C-315
P Daniel
474
Online
TBA
NET
P Daniel
Required Orientation
F
6pm
C-315
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
31802
33973
NETWORK PERFORMANCE MONITORING
3 cr
486
Weekend
F
5:30pm-8:10pm
E-313
G Adamecz
IS:225
DATABASE MANAGEMENT
3 cr
31803
450
Evening
T
5:30pm-6:45pm
D-211
D Meyer
35668
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Meyer
Required Orientation
T
5:30pm
D-211
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-8/27
IS:217
35241
IS:229
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
UNIX/LINUX
3 cr
450
Evening
M
5:30pm-6:45pm
D-315
P Daniel
474
Online
TBA
NET
P Daniel
Required Orientation
M
5:30pm
D-315
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
INTRODUCTION TO DATA COMMUNICATIONS
3 cr
474
Online
TBA
NET
P Daniel
Required Orientation
S
12pm
C-311
OR
Required Orientation
W
6pm
C-313
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/25-8/25
33989
33022
IS:231
8/27-10/17
31804
IS:235
NETWORK DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
3 cr
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
C-310
S Calicutt
IS:236
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
31806
450
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
C-311
S Calicutt
IS:240
SQL AND DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
35670
440
Evening
TBA
D-211
D Meyer
Required Orientation
T
7pm
D-211
35620
450
Evening
T
7pm-8:15pm
D-211
D Meyer
IS:241
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
3 cr
31807
450
Evening
R
7pm-8:30pm
D-211
B Curtis
35667
474
Online
TBA
NET
B Curtis
Required Orientation
R
7pm
D-211
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
31805
VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING
3 cr
450
Evening
T
7pm-8:14pm
D-315
P Daniel
IS:251
JAVA PROGRAMMING
3 cr
31808
450
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
C-311
P Daniel
33997
474
Online
TBA
NET
P Daniel
Required Orientation
W
7pm
C-315
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-8/26
IS:246
33995
IS:252
32107
IS:255
34702
IS:256
33996
IS:262
35464
IS:265
34700
ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING
450
Evening
M
ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING
450
Evening
T
C++ PROGRAMMING
450
Evening
W
ADVANCED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
450
Evening
R
WEB SCRIPTING TECHNOLOGIES
450
Evening
T
7pm-8:15pm
C-311
8:15pm-9:30pm
D-315
5:30pm-6:45pm
D-313
5:30pm-6:45pm
D-313
5:30pm-6:45pm
D-313
3 cr
P Daniel
3 cr
P Daniel
3 cr
T Grote
3 cr
P Daniel
3 cr
P Daniel
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
82
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-8/25
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
IS:275
ADVANCED C++ PROGRAMMING
474
Evening
34071
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
W
7pm-8:15pm
D-315
3 cr
T Grote
8/25-12/19
Information Technology
33644
33646
IT:201
33647
33648
IT:202
33649
33650
IT:203
33651
33652
IT:204
33653
IT:205
33654
IT:208
35369
IT:544
34703
IT:545
34710
IT:546
34818
34819
IT:547
34707
IT:548
34705
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY I: NETWORKING BASICS
466
Evening
TR
5:30pm-9:30pm
C-315
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
C-315
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY II: ROUTERS/ROUTING BASICS
466
Evening
TR
5:30pm-9:30pm
C-315
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
C-315
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY III: SWITCHING BASICS AND INTERMEDIATE ROUTING
466
Evening
TR
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-313
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
E-313
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY IV: WAN TECHNOLOGIES
466
Evening
TR
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-313
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
E-313
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY V: ADVANCED ROUTING
466
Evening
MW
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-313
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY VI: IMPLEMENTING SECURE CONVERGED WIDE AREA NETWORKS (ISCW)
466
Evening
MW
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-313
CISCO NETWORKING ACADEMY: NETWORK SECURITY I
486
Weekend
F
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-313
WINDOWS SERVER 2008 CONFIGURING ACTIVE DIRECTORY
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
D-313
CCNA VOICE - IP TELEPHONY
466
Evening
TR
5:30pm-9:30pm
E-313
MICROSOFT WINDOWS VISTA
426
Day
F
9am-1pm
D-313
427
Day
F
9am-1pm
D-313
WINDOWS SERVER 2008 CONFIGURING NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
D-313
WINDOWS SERVER 2008 ADMINISTRATION
486
Weekend
S
8am-4:30pm
D-313
5 cr
A Amor
A Amor
5 cr
A Amor
A Amor
5 cr
G Adamecz
G Adamecz
5 cr
G Adamecz
G Adamecz
5 cr
A Amor
5 cr
A Amor
5 cr
G Adamecz
3 cr
P Daniel
5 cr
G Adamecz
2 cr
D Meyer
D Meyer
3 cr
P Daniel
3 cr
P Daniel
8/24-10/17
8/21-10/16
10/21-12/19
10/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/21-10/16
10/21-12/19
10/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/22-12/19
10/2-10/30
10/21-12/19
9/24-10/15
10/22-11/12
8/28-9/25
11/6-12/11
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDS:101
CORNERSTONE
3 cr
33205
401
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
F-329
M Miller
8/23-12/19
Controversial Art of the 20th Century examines art and artists of the 19th and 20th centuries which have been considered controversial due to their political, religious,
social or sexual nature. This course will concentrate on the purposes of controversial artwork and controversial artists, and the responses to them by various cultures.
34582
403
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
G-115
M Miller
8/23-12/19
Controversial Art of the 20th Century examines art and artists of the 19th and 20th centuries which have been considered controversial due to their political, religious,
social or sexual nature. This course will concentrate on the purposes of controversial artwork and controversial artists, and the responses to them by various cultures.
33269
404
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
F-331
A Nichols
8/23-12/19
Feminity and Masculinity in Cross-Cultural Perspective explores the social construction of masculinity and femininity from interdisciplinary and cross-cultural
perspectives. Perceptions of masculinity and femininity vary greatly on a global socio-cultural level, which will be a primary focus of this course. Historical connotations of
gender will also be a focus, comparing different social influences throughout time on our changing definitions of masculinity and femininity.
33557
405
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
D-217A
K Ratino
8/24-12/19
Leaders and Civic Engagement: Leadership in the 21st Century explores leaders, citizens, and leadership theory. Students will study the relationship between leaders
and citizens in society and the social and political effects of varying approaches toward leadership.
33558
406
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
D-217A
M Kruger
8/24-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomena. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events.
33559
407
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
F-331
A Nichols
8/23-12/19
Feminity and Masculinity in Cross-Cultural Perspective explores the social construction of masculinity and femininity from interdisciplinary and cross-cultural
perspectives. Perceptions of masculinity and femininity vary greatly on a global socio-cultural level, which will be a primary focus of this course. Historical connotations of
gender will also be a focus, comparing different social influences throughout time on our changing definitions of masculinity and femininity.
32785
409
Day
W
10am-12:30pm
LB-031
M Hurley
8/25-12/19
Film and Society will use film genre as a lens through which to examine the relationships between film and society, specifically, 20th century America. How are a society's
attitudes, beliefs, and values reflected in films? How are historical events, social movements, and cultural myths represented in genre films? And how are these filmic
representations reproduced in social behavior? Why are certain genres popular during particular historical periods? How, and why, do film genres change over time? How can
we as individuals better look at, talk about, write about, and think about film? In order to examine these sorts of questions, each week we will have a lecture, discussion,
screening and a group activity or presentation.
33018
410
Day
F
10am-12:30pm
C-112
STAFF
8/27-12/19
This course will explore How the American Media Have Represented Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality since the early 20th century. What is ideology? How do the
media work to represent people and things? How and why are social groups formed? How do individuals interact with mediated images? In order to examine these sorts of
questions, each week we will have a lecture, discussion, screening, and a group activity or presentation. While the primary focus will be on film, we will also pay attention to
other forms of mass communication such as television programs, animation, print and broadcast journalism and advertisements.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
83
Forest Park
IT:101
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
33430
421
Day
MW
11am-12:50pm
A-112
M Kruger
9/13-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomenon. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events.
34014
422
Day
MW
1pm-2:50pm
A-213
M Kruger
9/13-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomenon. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events.
34015
423
Day
TR
1pm-2:50pm
T-106
M Kruger
9/13-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomenon. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events.
Forest Park
33350
450
Evening
W
7pm-9:30pm
A-219
STAFF
8/25-12/19
This course will explore How the American Media Have Represented Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality since the early 20th century. What is ideology? How do the
media work to represent people and things? How and why are social groups formed? How do individuals interact with mediated images? In order to examine these sorts of
questions, each week we will have a lecture, discussion, screening, and a group activity or presentation. While the primary focus will be on film, we will also pay attention to
other forms of mass communication such as television programs, animation, print and broadcast journalism, and advertisements.
33556
451
Evening
T
5pm-7:30pm
G-117
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomena. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events.
35185
463
Evening
TR
6pm-7:50pm
LB-041
STAFF
9/14-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomena. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events.
33740
486
Weekend/Hybrid
S
9am-12pm
C-223
STAFF
10/16-12/19
Communication Breakdown, Perceptual Differences and Media Portrayals of Tragic Events is designed to take a reflective approach to exploring communication
breakdown and phenomena. Examples from the past provide an excellent framework for present and future discussion. We will analyze and deconstruct media portrayals of
events as well as reveal our own constructions of those events. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
IDS:201
CAPSTONE
4 cr
33447
401
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
T-204
S Osburn
8/24-12/19
Persuasion in the Media. In an environment where we are bombarded with persuasive messages, the task of making informed decisions is increasingly challenged, so this
writing and speaking intensive capstone course will use an interdisciplinary approach to examine the ways that persuaders use electronic media to influence our attitudes,
beliefs, values, and behavior. You will write brief responses, in essay form, to a weekly assignment from the text. You will also be required to conduct your own research and
make two oral presentations and complete a group media production project. Your work over the semester will culminate in the production of a portfolio in which you will
demonstrate your mastery of the theories and concepts presented in the course in your original writing, speaking and research.
33703
402
Day
MW
10am-11:50am
B-415
S Osburn
8/23-12/19
Persuasion in the Media. In an environment where we are bombarded with persuasive messages, the task of making informed decisions is increasingly challenged, so this
writing and speaking intensive capstone course will use an interdisciplinary approach to examine the ways that persuaders use electronic media to influence our attitudes,
beliefs, values, and behavior. You will write brief responses, in essay form, to a weekly assignment from the text. You will also be required to conduct your own research and
make two oral presentations and complete a group media production project. Your work over the semester will culminate in the production of a portfolio in which you will
demonstrate your mastery of the theories and concepts presented in the course in your original writing, speaking and research.
33760
403
Day
TR
1pm-2:50pm
D-215
D Yezbick
8/24-12/19
Feast Your Eyes! Food, Film and Global Media explores how various cultures and countries have merged the cinematic and the culinary arts into powerful narratives
about family, ethnicity, identity and love. Examine how media defines the interdisciplinary qualities of each culture's conflicts and cuisine. From heroic chefs and outlandish
meals to family dramas and food fables, join us and sample some superbly sensuous and satisfying visual feasts.
34390
404
Day
TR
1pm-2:50pm
C-219
D Brown
8/24-12/19
Exploring Hip Hop: The Fate of Art in the Post-Industrial America is designed to give students an understanding of political, economics and social forces that created
the musical genre know as hip-hop, and how those forces have continued to influence the music up until the present day. Students will discuss hip-hop's relationship with
major developments in American history while also realizing hip-hop's connection with their own lived experiences.
34122
450
Evening
MW
5pm-6:50pm
A-213
M Kruger
8/23-12/19
This course is concerned with the study of American history, politics and culture during the period surrounding and including the l960s. We will review various examples of
American culture from those years by focusing on history, politics, literature, film and music. During the course of the term, we will focus on various themes which
characterized those years; consider how those themes were reflected in the history, politics, literature, film and music; and determine what is unique about the period and
what effect it has on American politics and culture today.
33979
474
Evening/Hybrid
W
7:45pm-9:15pm
A-221
T Pearson
9/15-12/19
TBA
NET
9/13-12/19
Modern Influences in Changing Communications: Communication in today's world has taken on a new perspective. People and organizations have embraced a variety of
technical influences.These changes in written communications have created an even wider variety of rules and demands and social etiquette to accompany the trending
changes in communication. As a society, we are constantly attempting to connect to more people and more effectively. This course is intended to give the recipient the tools
necessary to differentiate and improve writing skills for school, pleasure, and for work. Five mandatory class meetings on Sept. 12, Oct.13 and 27, Nov.3, and Dec. 9 are
required. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact [email protected]
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
84
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
34686
Title
Section
Type
475
Evening/Hybrid
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
W
6pm-7:30pm
T-204
T Pearson
8/25-12/19
TBA
NET
8/23-12/19
Modern Influences in Changing Communications: Communication in today's world has taken on a new perspective. People and organizations have embraced a variety of
technical influences.These changes in written communications have created an even wider variety of rules and demands and social etiquette to accompany the trending
changes in communication. As a society, we are constantly attempting to connect to more people and more effectively. This course is intended to give the recipient the tools
necessary to differentiate and improve writing skills for school, pleasure, and for work. Five mandatory class meetings on Sept. 12, Oct.13 and 27, Nov.3, and Dec. 9 are
required. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact [email protected]
IB:100
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
3 cr
33813
474
Online
TBA
NET
J Jones
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at [email protected]
from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
34983
475
Online
TBA
NET
J Jones
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at [email protected]
from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
Italian
ITL:103
31498
ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I
450
Evening
MW
5pm-6:40pm
B-225
4 cr
M Brandle
8/23-12/19
MODERN JAPANESE I
450
Evening
W
6pm-9:20pm
B-217
4 cr
A Kawasaki
8/23-12/19
2pm-3:15pm
LB-102B
1 cr
P Forester
8/23-12/19
11am-12:15pm
F-325
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Japanese
JPN:101
33347
Library and Information Studies
LIB:101
33761
INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY AND ONLINE RESEARCH
4H1
Day
W
Management
MGT:204
30746
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
401
Day
TR
Marketing
MKT:203
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
3 cr
30747
451
Evening
R
7:05pm-9:45pm
F-325
STAFF
33818
474
Online
TBA
NET
N Peppes
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected] from your my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address.
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
Mass Communications
MCM:101
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS
3 cr
30279
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
A-213
STAFF
34514
402
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
G-115
STAFF
32490
461
Evening
TR
7pm-8:50pm
T-106
STAFF
MCM:113
APPLIED JOURNALISM
3 cr
31228
401
Day
W
1pm-3:30pm
SC-138
STAFF
MCM:120
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING
3 cr
31224
401
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
T-105
STAFF
MCM:121
TELEVISION PRODUCTION
3 cr
30281
401
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
LB-043
STAFF
MCM:123
BROADCAST JOURNALISM
3 cr
33156
461
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:40pm
SC-138
STAFF
MCM:124
RADIO PRODUCTION
3 cr
30280
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
LB-035
STAFF
MCM:126
VIDEO PRODUCTION - FIELD
3 cr
34820
461
Evening
W
6pm-9:30pm
F-410
STAFF
MCM:130
FILM APPRECIATION
3 cr
34773
401
Day
M
1pm-3:40pm
T-204
STAFF
33017
461
Evening
W
6pm-9:40pm
B-110
STAFF
MCM:131
HISTORY OF FILM
35779
4XB
Day
F
10am-12:30pm
TBA
M Hurley
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/15-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/15-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/15-12/19
8/23-12/19
MCM:132
MAJOR THEMES IN FILM
3 cr
35776
4XB
Day
M
10am-12:30pm
TBA
M Hurley
8/23-12/19
Theme will be Film Noir. This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
32955
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
85
Forest Park
International Business
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
MCM:135
31386
31386
MCM:140
35224
MCM:201
33693
MCM:202
35242
MCM:211
34064
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WORLD WIDE WEB I
421
Day
MW
421
Day
MW
INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING
403
Day
MW
MEDIA INTERNSHIP I:MEDIA
499
Arranged
TBA
MEDIA INTERNSHIP II:MEDIA
401
Arranged
TBA
APPLIED PUBLIC RELATIONS
421
Day
TR
Type
Day
Time
Location
11am-2pm
11am-2pm
G-412
G-412
9am-10:30am
LB-041
TBA
TBA
12:30pm-1:45pm
F-412
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
E Richards
E Richards
3 cr
J David
3 cr
S Osburn
3 cr
S Osburn
3 cr
E Richards
S Osburn
Dates
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Permission required, contact the instructor at [email protected] or [email protected]
Forest Park
MCM:217
32784
PUBLICATIONS WRITING
401
Day
TR
12pm-1:30pm
F-412
3 cr
E Richards
S Osburn
8/24-12/19
Permission required, contact the instructor at [email protected] or [email protected]
MCM:219
MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
34138
460
Evening
Flash 8 Web design software will be taught.
TR
6pm-8:30pm
G-411
3 cr
A Smith
8/24-12/19
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MW
MW
TR
MW
TR
MW
TR
MW
TR
TR
S
8am-8:50am
8am-8:50am
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
1pm-1:50pm
8:40am-9:50am
10am-11:10am
11am-12:10pm
11am-12:10pm
12:30pm-2:20pm
12pm-1:10pm
1:20pm-2:30pm
2pm-3:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
2:20pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:15pm
7pm-8:15pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5pm-6:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
9am-12pm
G-327
A-325
A-321
A-311
A-323
G-327
A-325
B-217
G-321
A-323
G-115
B-223
G-327
G-113
A-323
G-327
C-215
G-327
A-323
A-321
A-313
G-327
A-313
A-311
A-325
TBA
G-111
G-327
TBA
G-113
G-113
A-313
A-319
G-325
A-325
A-323
A-321
A-311
A-323
A-311
G-325
G-325
A-323
A-323
F-211
A-215
G-323
A-325
3 cr
N Helle
L Fish
B Carter
S Pemberton
S Sabharwal
N Graham
B Fish
D Unverferth
D Beal
S Sabharwal
B Wilke-Grimm
B Carter
N Graham
N Helle
B Fish
R Williams
H Toll
D Beal
S Pemberton
G Shepek
D Unverferth
M Williams
D Beal
J Clark
D Beal
M Williams
M Williams
P Farwig
D Wolters
R Wilke
H Toll
H Toll
D Beal
D Holtzer
R Wilke
P Farwig
E Bolden
A Grant
A Grant
E Bolden
C Duhigg
R Wilke
R Wilke
R Wilke
C Duhigg
R Wilke
R Wilke
R Wilke
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/28-12/19
Mathematics
MTH:020
32366
32368
32369
32370
32371
32374
32375
32392
32393
32721
32713
32714
32715
32716
32717
32719
32720
32722
33756
35082
35084
35414
35415
35416
35417
35129
35243
35222
35130
35155
33223
33480
33753
33473
34250
33474
32412
32414
32415
32416
35163
35493
32411
32710
33224
33225
35215
32629
PRE ALGEBRA
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
404
Day
405
Day
407
Day
408
Day
409
Day
410
Day
411
Day
413
Day
414
Day
415
Day
416
Day
417
Day
419
Day
420
Day
421
Day
422
Day
423
Day
425
Day
426
Day
427
Day
428
Day
429
Day
433
Day
434
Day
435
Day
437
Day
438
Day
440
Day
441
Day
442
Day
443
Day
445
Day
446
Day
451
Evening
452
Evening
453
Evening
454
Evening
455
Evening
456
Evening
461
Evening
462
Evening
463
Evening
464
Evening
465
Evening
486
Weekend
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
86
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Title
Section
MTH:030
32288
32289
32300
32290
32291
32292
32293
32294
32299
32295
32296
32297
32298
32726
32740
32723
32724
32725
34433
32668
33479
32301
33004
35158
32306
32304
32303
32305
32311
32312
32313
33754
32630
MTH:040
32436
32437
32701
32965
33005
MTH:080
34943
34944
34945
34946
34947
34948
34949
34950
34951
34952
34953
34954
34955
34956
34957
34958
34959
34960
35110
35111
35197
35210
35283
34566
34130
34961
34962
35217
35284
35431
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
401
Day
MWF
402
Day
MWF
403
Day
TR
404
Day
MWF
405
Day
MWF
406
Day
TR
407
Day
TR
408
Day
MWF
409
Day
MWF
410
Day
MWF
411
Day
MWF
412
Day
TR
413
Day
TR
414
Day
TR
415
Day
MWF
416
Day
TR
417
Day
TR
418
Day
MWF
419
Day
TR
421
Day
MWF
422
Day
TR
423
Day
TR
424
Day
MWF
425
Day
TR
450
Evening
MW
451
Evening
TR
452
Evening
MW
453
Evening
TR
461
Evening
MW
462
Evening
TR
463
Evening
TR
464
Evening
MW
486
Weekend
S
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA AND BASIC MATH
401
Day
MWF
402
Day
TR
403
Day
MWF
421
Day
MWF
450
Evening
TR
BASIC MATH SKILLS I
411
Day
MWF
412
Day
TR
413
Day
MWF
414
Day
MWF
415
Day
TR
416
Day
TR
417
Day
MWF
418
Day
MWF
419
Day
MWF
420
Day
MWF
421
Day
TR
422
Day
TR
423
Day
MWF
424
Day
MWF
425
Day
TR
426
Day
TR
427
Day
MWF
428
Day
TR
440
Day
MWF
441
Day
TR
442
Day
MWF
443
Day
TR
444
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
451
Evening
TR
452
Evening
MW
453
Evening
TR
460
Evening
MW
461
Evening
MW
462
Evening
TR
Type
Day
Time
Location
8am-8:50am
8am-8:50am
8am-9:15am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
12pm-1:10pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
2pm-3:50pm
2pm-3:10pm
9am-10:50am
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:15pm
7pm-8:15pm
5pm-6:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
9am-12pm
G-325
A-313
A-313
G-119
G-327
A-321
G-327
C-219
G-325
A-313
G-113
B-219
TBA
A-313
G-321
G-321
A-323
G-325
A-321
G-111
F-211
A-313
G-325
G-111
A-313
A-313
A-313
A-313
G-321
A-311
B-215
F-329
A-323
9am-10:25am
9:30am-11:45am
10:30am-11:55am
12pm-1:50pm
7pm-9:15pm
A-321
G-325
A-321
A-323
A-319
8am-8:50am
8am-9:15am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
8am-9:10am
8am-9:50am
1pm-2:10pm
2pm-3:50pm
2pm-3:10pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:15pm
7pm-8:15pm
5pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
LB-041
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-041
LB-021
LB-021
LB-041
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-041
LB-021
LB-021
LB-021
LB-021
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-021
LB-041
LB-041
LB-041
LB-021
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
S Chambers
D Unverferth
M Hughes
S Chambers
D Beal
S Chambers
J McGuire
D Beal
B Fish
E Corich
G Shepek
L Fish
J McGuire
R Shrinivas
D Beal
B Carter
STAFF
B Carter
N Graham
R Wilke
E Corich
S Smith
G Shepek
R Wilke
B McDaniels
C O'Neill
B McDaniels
S Smith
G York
R Wilke
R Wilke
G York
B Hinds
5 cr
E Corich
J Clark
S Irons
N Greer
C O'Neill
3 cr
B Carter
R Shrinivas
B Lewis
B Carter
S Pemberton
R Shrinivas
B Lewis
N Greer
N Helle
B Lewis
M Love
C McArthur
N Graham
R Williams
C McArthur
M Love
N Graham
M Love
R Wilke
D Holtzer
P Farwig
R Wilke
R Wilke
E Negash
J Risch
E Negash
J Risch
V ONeil
V ONeil
R Wilke
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
87
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/21-12/19
Forest Park
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Forest Park
Course
CRN
Title
Section
MTH:081
35396
34963
34965
34966
34967
34968
35518
35520
MTH:108
31300
31302
32234
34435
33030
34709
31303
MTH:124
31304
31306
MTH:140
31308
31309
32727
32733
34441
32728
32729
32730
32731
32732
32734
34437
32741
33757
31326
31327
31328
31329
33483
32058
MTH:144
31331
33755
MTH:154
34439
33441
MTH:160C
33253
33254
32735
32736
32737
32738
32739
33011
33255
32212
32213
32214
32215
33705
32216
MTH:165
32030
MTH:166
32031
MTH:170
31337
31340
BASIC MATH SKILLS II
403
Day
MWF
405
Day
TR
407
Day
MWF
408
Day
MWF
409
Day
TR
410
Day
TR
451
Evening
TR
452
Evening
MW
ELEMENTARY APPLIED MATHEMATICS
401
Day
MWF
402
Day
TR
403
Day
TR
404
Day
MWF
405
Day
TR
406
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
401
Day
MWF
402
Day
TR
403
Day
MWF
404
Day
MWF
405
Day
TR
406
Day
MWF
407
Day
MWF
408
Day
MWF
409
Day
TR
410
Day
MWF
411
Day
TR
412
Day
MWF
413
Day
TR
421
Day
TR
422
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
451
Evening
TR
452
Evening
MW
453
Evening
TR
486
Weekend
S
TECHNICAL ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY
401
Day
MWF
451
Evening
TR
TECHNICAL ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
401
Day
MWF
402
Day
TR
403
Day
MWF
404
Day
TR
405
Day
MWF
406
Day
TR
407
Day
MWF
408
Day
TR
409
Day
TR
421
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
451
Evening
TR
452
Evening
TR
453
Evening
MW
486
Weekend
S
STRUCTURES OF MATHEMATICAL SYSTEMS I
450
Evening
M
STRUCTURES OF MATHEMATICAL SYSTEMS II
450
Evening
M
TRIGONOMETRY
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
Type
Day
Time
Location
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
F-211
F-211
F-211
F-211
F-211
F-211
F-211
F-211
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
11am-11:50am
12:30pm-1:45pm
8:15am-9:50am
5:30pm-6:45pm
A-217
A-311
TBA
TBA
A-321
G-115
A-213
10am-10:50am
7pm-8:15pm
A-325
G-325
8am-8:50am
8am-9:15am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
12pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
12:30pm-2:20pm
1pm-2:10pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:15pm
7pm-8:15pm
9am-12pm
A-319
A-319
A-323
A-319
A-313
TBA
A-323
G-325
A-319
C-219
A-319
G-323
A-323
G-119
A-319
A-319
A-325
A-213
A-325
A-319
11am-12:25pm
7pm-9:15pm
A-325
A-323
10:40am-11:50am
7pm-8:40pm
A-311
A-323
7:40am-8:50am
8am-9:40am
9am-10:10am
9:16am-10:56am
10:40am-11:50am
11:20am-1:10pm
12pm-1:10pm
12:45pm-2:25pm
2pm-3:40pm
1pm-2:40pm
5:10pm-6:50pm
5:10pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:40pm
7pm-8:40pm
9am-1pm
A-321
A-325
A-311
A-319
F-329
A-325
A-311
C-225
A-311
A-321
A-321
A-319
A-321
A-319
A-321
7pm-9:40pm
A-219
7pm-9:40pm
A-321
12pm-12:50pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
G-325
A-325
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
D Wolters
S Irons
D Wolters
R Williams
S Irons
D Holtzer
R Wilke
R Wilke
3 cr
L Ullery
M Hughes
M Hughes
D Char
N Graham
R Williams
J Koeneker
3 cr
J Clark
J Koeneker
3 cr
S Irons
S Daugherty
J Clark
D Char
S Daugherty
D Char
L Ullery
L Ullery
A Koric
A Koric
S Daugherty
A Koric
S Irons
S Chambers
S Irons
J McGuire
L Adams
J McGuire
L Adams
L Adams
5 cr
B Carter
J Grothe
4 cr
L Fish
J Grothe
4 cr
R Wilke
L Fish
L Fish
E Corich
S Chambers
E Corich
J Clark
J McGuire
A Koric
S Daugherty
A Potter
W Thomas
W Thomas
A Potter
T Singleton
3 cr
S Sabharwal
3 cr
S Sabharwal
3 cr
S Chambers
E Marcanik
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
88
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
MTH:185
31341
34440
MTH:186
31345
31346
MTH:210
31347
31348
MTH:220
33197
31349
MTH:230
31350
31351
MTH:240
34823
PRECALCULUS
401
Day
MWF
451
Evening
TR
SURVEY OF CALCULUS
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III
401
Day
MWF
450
Evening
MW
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
450
Evening
TR
Type
Day
Credits
Instructor
Time
Location
11am-12:25pm
7pm-9:15pm
A-325
A-323
10:40am-11:50am
7pm-8:40pm
A-311
TBA
9:25am-10:50am
7pm-9:15pm
A-313
A-311
11:30am-12:55pm
7pm-9:15pm
A-319
A-325
10am-11:25am
7pm-9:15pm
A-319
G-323
5pm-6:15pm
C-215
5 cr
B Carter
J Grothe
4 cr
L Fish
J Grothe
5 cr
R Wilke
C Hallermann
5 cr
S Daugherty
E Marcanik
5 cr
A Koric
L Udod
3 cr
C Burkhardt
5:30pm-8pm
F-017
3 cr
W Stevens
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Mechanical Engineering Technology
ME:101
31483
WELDING TECHNOLOGY
450
Evening
MW
8/23-12/19
Music
MUS:101
MUSIC THEORY I
4 cr
30857
401
Day
MW
10am-11:50am
T-165
T Zirkle
8/23-12/19
MUS:103
BASIC MUSIC
3 cr
34853
402
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
T-105
M Hughes
8/23-12/19
MUS:113
HISTORY OF JAZZ
3 cr
30859
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
T-105
J Crews
8/23-12/19
MUS:114
THE ENJOYMENT OF MUSIC
3 cr
30861
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
T-204
M Hughes
8/23-12/19
33694
474
Online
TBA
NET
T Zirkle
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Tom Zirkle, at [email protected]
34038
475
Online
TBA
NET
T Zirkle
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Tom Zirkle, at [email protected]
MUS:121
CLASS PIANO I
31394
401
Day
31429
486
Weekend
Class begins 8/23. No class 8/30 and 11/29.
MUS:122
CLASS PIANO II
31593
486
Weekend
MUS:128
SURVEY OF ROCK MUSIC
31594
421
Day
MUS:130
BEGINNING GUITAR
33200
401
Day
MUS:141
APPLIED MUSIC I
31597
401
Arranged
Open to music majors only.
MUS:142
APPLIED MUSIC II
31980
401
Arranged
Open to music majors only.
MUS:144
33423
MUS:150
33418
33419
33420
33421
MUS:152
33422
MUS:154
33424
35317
MUS:201
33120
MUS:221
31607
TR
S
9am-9:50am
9am-10:50am
T-119
T-119
S
11am-12:50pm
T-119
TR
9am-10:50am
T-105
MW
1pm-1:50pm
T-165
2 cr
T Perry
S Bemberg
TBA
TBA
2 cr
S Bemberg
3 cr
J Crews
2 cr
K Quinn
2 cr
T Zirkle
TBA
TBA
2 cr
T Zirkle
AFRICAN DRUM ENSEMBLE
461
Evening
W
FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
401
Day
TR
421
Day
TR
450
Evening
M
461
Evening
M
AUDIO ENGINEERING
461
Evening
R
MUSIC RECORDING WITH PRO TOOLS I
461
Evening
W
462
Evening
T
MUSIC THEORY III
401
Day
MW
CLASS PIANO III
486
Weekend
S
7pm-8:50pm
T-165
11am-12:40pm
11am-12:40pm
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:30pm
F-410
F-410
F-410
F-410
6pm-9:30pm
T-161
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:30pm
T-161
T-119
2pm-3:50pm
T-165
11am-12:50pm
T-119
1 cr
D Bathily
2 cr
S Thomas
S Thomas
J Potthoff
J Potthoff
3 cr
J Laufersweiler
2 cr
S Thomas
S Thomas
4 cr
T Zirkle
2 cr
S Bemberg
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/15-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/19-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
9/16-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
MUS:222
CLASS PIANO IV
31608
486
Weekend
MUS:241
APPLIED MUSIC III
31981
401
Arranged
Open to music majors only.
MUS:242
APPLIED MUSIC IV
31982
401
Arranged
Open to music majors only.
MUS:254
34780
Day
Time
Location
S
11am-12:50pm
T-119
Credits
Instructor
Dates
TBA
TBA
2 cr
S Bemberg
2 cr
T Zirkle
TBA
TBA
2 cr
T Zirkle
8/23-12/19
T-161
2 cr
J Laufersweiler
10/18-12/19
MUSIC RECORDING WITH PRO TOOLS II
462
Evening
T
6pm-9:30pm
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Nursing
Forest Park
NUR:101
31838
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
401
Day
R
11am-11:50am
B-112
M
1pm-2:50pm
B-112
T
OFF CAMPUS
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:102 section 401 is required.
31839
402
Day
R
11am-11:50am
B-112
M
1pm-2:50pm
B-112
W
OFF CAMPUS
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:102 section 402 is required.
5 cr
K Rizzo
K Rizzo
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
NUR:102
NURSING LABORATORY PRACTICUM I
31836
401
Day
R
8am-9:50am
C-413
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:101 section 401 is required.
31837
402
Day
R
1pm-2:50pm
C-415
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:101 section 402 is required.
1 cr
K Rizzo
8/26-12/19
K Rizzo
8/26-12/19
NUR:105
NURSING LABORATORY PRACTICUM II
31835
401
Day
W
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
32686
402
Day
W
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
11am-12:40pm
C-413
1 cr
C Godfrey
8/25-12/19
1:10pm-2:50pm
C-413
C Godfrey
8/25-12/19
8am-10:50am
C-112
OFF CAMPUS
12:30pm-2:20pm
1pm-3:50pm
B-112
C-112
OFF CAMPUS
11am-11:50am
C-112
12pm-1:50pm
C-110
OFF CAMPUS
9am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
12pm-1:50pm
1:30pm-3:50pm
C-112
C-110
C-110
C-110
8am-5pm
TBA
T
T
11am-12:15pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
G-323
F-215
W
1pm-2:20pm
F-215
R
12:30pm-2:30pm
F-221
1 cr
B French
S Knight
1 cr
B French
2 cr
A Jones
M
R
10am-11:59am
11am-1:25pm
B-413
G-323
R Johnson
M Rhodes
NUR:108
32674
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN I
401
Day
MW
RF
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
NUR:201
31831
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN II
401
Day
T
M
MTWRF
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
NUR:203
CONTEMPORARY NURSING
31832
401
Day
T
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
NUR:204
31833
MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN NURSING
401
Day
M
TBA
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
NUR:205
31834
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN III
401
Day
T
W
W
T
Registration is restricted to Forest Park nursing program students.
NUR:207
35240
RN FIRST ASSISTANT - CLINICAL INTERNSHIP
499
Day
MTWRFSU
8 cr
C Swallow
9 cr
N Raheja
1 cr
N Raheja
3 cr
K Becker
8 cr
E Otto
4 cr
M Kantz
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
Personal Development
PRD:102
CAREER EXPLORATION
32823
421
Day
34123
461
Evening
PRD:107
EXPLORATIONS FOR WOMEN I
32380
421
Day
PRD:108
PERSONAL GROWTH AND IDENTITY
32381
421
Day
Open to male students only.
33394
422
Day
35150
423
Day
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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9/21-11/16
9/22-11/17
9/23-11/18
9/20-11/15
9/23-11/18
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
35151
424
Day
32999
450
Evening
Open to male students only.
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
R
T
11am-1:25pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
F-215
D-217
K Swyers
R Johnson
9/20-12/19
9/21-11/16
PRD:109
Habit Change
1 cr
33172
474
Online
TBA
NET
K Swyers
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kathleen Swyers at
[email protected] or 314-644-9239.
9/12-10/31
Philosophy
3 cr
W Hartmann
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
W Hartmann
W Hartmann
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
PHL:103
WORLD RELIGIONS
3 cr
30543
4XA
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
F-327
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
32827
4WA
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33342
4WB
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
PHL:104
ETHICS
3 cr
30555
401
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
G-321
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30557
450
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
B-213
STAFF
8/26-12/19
PHL:105
BLACK PHILOSOPHY
3 cr
34124
401
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
C-221
J Harris
8/23-12/19
PHL:109
BIO-MEDICAL ETHICS
3 cr
32053
401
Day
T
1pm-3:40pm
A-219
S Sinclair
8/24-12/19
30559
450
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
B-415
STAFF
8/25-12/19
PHL:112
BUSINESS ETHICS
3 cr
32828
4WA
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Physical Education
PE:103
35603
35604
35605
35606
35607
PE:109
34863
34864
PE:110
34865
34866
PE:111
31841
PE:120
33685
PE:121
33475
PE:122
32253
32259
PE:123
32255
32260
AEROBIC FITNESS
401
Day
MW
402
Day
TR
404
Day
MW
405
Day
TR
480
Weekend
S
BASIC FITNESS I - emphasis on kickboxing
403
Day
MW
404
Day
MW
BASIC FITNESS II - emphasis on kickboxing
403
Day
MW
404
Day
MW
BASKETBALL I
421
Day
MWF
COMMUNITY CPR
422
Day
TR
CYCLING ERGOMETRY FOR FITNESS
421
Day
MW
DANCE AEROBICS
450
Evening
MW
461
Evening
MW
DANCE AEROBICS II
450
Evening
MW
461
Evening
MW
11am-12:25pm
11am-12:25pm
11am-12:25pm
11am-12:25pm
10am-11:25am
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
8am-9:25am
8am-9:25am
PE-MAIN GYM
PE-MAIN GYM
8am-9:25am
8am-9:25am
PE-MAIN GYM
PE-MAIN GYM
10am-10:55am
PE-MAIN GYM
9:30am-10:55am
PE-EAST ROOM
1:30pm-2:55pm
FITNESS CENTER
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
M Applegate
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-10/14
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-10/13
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/13
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
11/2-12/2
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
Forest Park
PHL:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
30528
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
B-217
30532
402
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
B-217
34367
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
B-221
PHL:102
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
30536
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33045
475
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Forest Park
PE:129
FIRST AID
31843
402
Day
TR
35619
403
Evening
TR
35212
480
Weekend
S
PE:130
FITNESS CENTER I
34786
489
Weekend
S
31861
401
Day
MWF
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
31864
402
Day
MWF
31867
403
Day
MWF
31870
404
Day
MWF
31873
405
Day
MWF
31876
406
Day
MWF
31879
407
Day
MW
31882
408
Day
TR
31885
409
Day
TR
31888
410
Day
TR
31891
411
Day
TR
31894
412
Day
TR
31912
421
Day
MWF
31916
422
Day
MWF
31919
423
Day
MWF
31922
424
Day
MWF
31925
425
Day
MWF
31928
426
Day
MWF
31931
427
Day
MW
31934
428
Day
TR
31937
429
Day
TR
31940
430
Day
TR
31943
431
Day
TR
31946
432
Day
TR
35621
435
Day
TR
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
35625
436
Day
TR
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
31902
433
Evening
MW
31951
434
Evening
MW
31897
450
Evening
MW
31906
452
Evening
TR
31909
453
Evening
TR
35327
455
Evening
MW
31949
461
Evening
MW
31955
463
Evening
TR
31958
464
Evening
TR
34783
488
Weekend
S
34816
490
Weekend
S
PE:131
FITNESS CENTER II
31862
401
Day
MWF
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
31865
402
Day
MWF
31868
403
Day
MWF
31871
404
Day
MWF
31874
405
Day
MWF
31877
406
Day
MWF
31880
407
Day
MW
31883
408
Day
TR
31886
409
Day
TR
31889
410
Day
TR
31892
411
Day
TR
31895
412
Day
TR
31913
421
Day
MWF
31917
422
Day
MWF
31920
423
Day
MWF
31923
424
Day
MWF
31926
425
Day
MWF
31929
426
Day
MWF
31932
427
Day
MW
31935
428
Day
TR
31938
429
Day
TR
31941
430
Day
TR
Credits
Instructor
Time
Location
9:30am-10:55am
5:30pm-6:55pm
9:30am-12:55pm
PE-WEST ROOM
PE-WEST ROOM
PE-WEST ROOM
9am-10:30am
8am-8:55am
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
2 cr
S Martin
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
9am-9:55am
10am-10:55am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:25pm
12:30pm-1:55pm
2pm-3:25pm
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
2pm-3:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/24-12/19
4pm-5:25pm
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
10/18-12/19
2pm-3:30pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
7pm-8:25pm
7pm-8:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-7pm
7pm-8:25pm
9am-10:25am
0:30am-11:55am
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
8/23-10/13
10/18-12/19
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8am-8:55am
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
9am-9:55am
10am-10:55am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:25pm
12:30pm-1:55pm
2pm-3:25pm
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:30pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/13
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
8/24-10/21
9/14-12/19
9/18-12/19
10/16-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/15
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
31944
431
Day
TR
31947
432
Day
TR
35622
435
Day
TR
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
35626
436
Day
TR
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
31904
433
Evening
MW
31953
434
Evening
MW
31899
450
Evening
MW
31907
452
Evening
TR
31910
453
Evening
TR
35328
455
Evening
MW
31950
461
Evening
MW
31956
463
Evening
TR
31959
464
Evening
TR
34784
488
Weekend
S
34787
490
Weekend
S
PE:132
TOTAL FITNESS
31863
401
Day
MWF
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
31866
402
Day
MWF
31869
403
Day
MWF
31872
404
Day
MWF
31875
405
Day
MWF
31878
406
Day
MWF
31881
407
Day
MW
31884
408
Day
TR
31887
409
Day
TR
31890
410
Day
TR
31893
411
Day
TR
31896
412
Day
TR
31915
421
Day
MWF
31918
422
Day
MWF
31921
423
Day
MWF
31924
424
Day
MWF
31927
425
Day
MWF
31930
426
Day
MWF
31933
427
Day
MW
31936
428
Day
TR
31939
429
Day
TR
31942
430
Day
TR
31945
431
Day
TR
31948
432
Day
TR
35623
435
Day
TR
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
35627
436
Day
TR
Students are required to attend an orientation session on the first day of class.
31905
433
Evening
MW
31954
434
Evening
MW
31900
450
Evening
MW
31908
452
Evening
TR
31911
453
Evening
TR
35329
455
Evening
MW
31952
461
Evening
MW
31957
463
Evening
TR
31960
464
Evening
TR
34785
488
Weekend
S
34788
490
Weekend
S
PE:137
JUDO I
34790
481
Weekend
S
PE:138
JUDO II
34817
481
Weekend
S
PE:139
KARATE I
31844
401
Day
TR
33039
421
Day
TR
PE:140
KARATE II
31845
401
Day
TR
33040
421
Day
TR
PE:143
FITNESS AND FOOD FOR WEIGHT CONTROL
32922
421
Day
MW
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
12:30pm-2pm
2pm-3:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/24-12/19
4pm-5:25pm
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
10/19-12/19
2pm-3:30pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
7pm-8:25pm
7pm-8:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-7pm
7pm-8:25pm
9am-10:25am
10:30am-11:55am
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
8/23-10/15
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/15
8/24-10/15
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/21-12/19
8am-8:55am
FITNESS CENTER
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
9am-9:55am
10am-10:55am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:25pm
12:30pm-1:55pm
2pm-3:25pm
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
2pm-3:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
R Tippett
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Applegate
STAFF
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/15
8/23-10/13
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
8/24-10/14
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/24-12/19
4pm-5:25pm
FITNESS CENTER
STAFF
10/19-12/19
2pm-3:30pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
7pm-8:25pm
7pm-8:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-7pm
7pm-8:25pm
9am-10:25am
10:30am-11:55am
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
FITNESS CENTER
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
12pm-1:25pm
PE-MAIN GYM
12pm-1:25pm
PE-MAIN GYM
8am-9:25am
8am-9:25am
PE-MAIN GYM
PE-MAIN GYM
8am-9:25am
8am-9:25am
PE-MAIN GYM
PE-MAIN GYM
12pm-1:25pm
PE-WEST ROOM
M Applegate
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-10/15
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/24-10/17
10/19-12/19
10/18-12/19
Forest Park
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
PE:161
32927
33041
34795
STRESS MANAGEMENT
3 cr
401
Day
MWF
10am-10:55am
PE-WEST ROOM
S Martin
8/23-12/19
402
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:55pm
PE-WEST ROOM
M Applegate
8/24-12/19
475
Day/Hybrid
T
2pm-4pm
PE-WEST ROOM
S Martin
8/24-12/19
Required Orientation
T
2pm-4pm
PE-WEST ROOM
8/24-8/24
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor, Sue Martin, at
[email protected]
Forest Park
PE:162
SWIMMING I (BEGINNING/ELEMENTARY)
31846
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-POOL
34044
421
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-POOL
31847
450
Evening
MW
7pm-8:25pm
PE-POOL
35728
451
Evening
MW
7pm-8:25pm
PE-POOL
32940
486
Weekend
S
10am-11:35am
PE-POOL
PE:163
SWIMMING II (ALL LEVELS)
32224
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-POOL
34045
421
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-POOL
31848
450
Evening
MW
7pm-8:25pm
PE-POOL
35729
451
Evening
MW
7pm-8:25pm
PE-POOL
32941
486
Weekend
S
10am-11:35am
PE-POOL
PE:165
TAI CHI I
34791
401
Day
TR
4pm-5:25pm
PE-MAIN GYM
PE:173
WALKING FOR FITNESS
31850
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-MAIN GYM
PE:174
WATER AEROBICS
31997
401
Day
TR
11am-12:25pm
PE-POOL
32923
421
Day
TR
11am-12:25pm
PE-POOL
PE:177
WEIGHT TRAINING I
31857
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
34797
404
Day
TR
9:30am-10:55am
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
32225
421
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
34047
422
Day
TR
9:30am-11am
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
PE:178
WEIGHT TRAINING II
32227
401
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
34798
404
Day
TR
9:30am-10:55am
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
31859
421
Day
MWF
12pm-12:55pm
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
34049
422
Day
TR
9:30am-11am
PE-WEIGHT-ROOM
PE:180
WELLNESS AND FITNESS CONCEPTS
33042
401
Day
TR
11am-12:25pm
PE-WEST ROOM
33202
402
Day
MWF
11am-11:55am
PE-WEST ROOM
35628
475
Online
TBA
NET
34796
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
S Martin
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
S Martin
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
S Martin
S Martin
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
M Applegate
M Applegate
STAFF
PE:181
34050
34051
31983
33043
34799
34821
PE:182
33044
PED:116
35653
34410
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
YOGA I (BEGINNING)
401
Day
421
Day
450
Evening
461
Evening
465
Evening
480
Weekend
YOGA II (ALL LEVELS/INTERMEDIATE)
461
Evening
PILATES
401
Day
404
Weekend
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
S
2pm-3:30pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-7pm
5:30pm-7pm
12:30pm-1:55pm
12pm-1:25pm
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
MW
12:30pm-1:55pm
PE-DANCE ROOM
TR
S
1:30pm-2:55pm
3pm-4:30pm
PE-DANCE ROOM
PE-DANCE ROOM
MWF
10am-11:20am
A-315
TR
11am-12:20pm
A-315
M
M
5:30pm-7:50pm
8pm-9:50pm
A-317
A-317
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/28-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/17
10/19-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/24-10/17
10/19-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/28-12/19
Physical Science
PSI:101
32984
PSI:111
31634
PSI:124
31635
PHYSICAL SCIENCE LECTURE I
401
Day
INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY I
401
Day
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE
450
Evening
3 cr
J Collins
3 cr
J Collins
4 cr
J Morris
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
94
8/23-10/17
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
W
M
W
TR
T
11am-11:50am
11am-12:50pm
12pm-2:50pm
5:30pm-6:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
A-317
A-317
A-317
A-217
A-317
F
MW
8am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
A-317
A-317
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Physics
PHY:111
31636
31637
PHY:122
31638
COLLEGE PHYSICS I
401
Day
450
Evening
ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
401
Day
4 cr
J Morris
J Morris
5 cr
J Morris
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
PSC:101
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS
30495
401
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-225
30496
402
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
B-225
30497
403
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
G-323
31970
421
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
C-219
31606
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
A-221
33893
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34368
475
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
T Zant
T Zant
T Zant
T Zant
T Zant
T Zant
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
T Zant
8/23-12/19
PSC:104
BRITISH POLITICS AND SOCIETY
3 cr
32957
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
PSC:211
U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
3 cr
32956
490
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
Psychology
PSY:200
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
30591
401
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
T-204
D Cusumano
30592
402
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-225
B Munson
Taught with a Black emphasis.
30594
403
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
B-112
D Cusumano
30595
404
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
C-225
G Forde
30597
405
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
D-215
D Cusumano
30700
406
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
D-215
D Cusumano
31382
407
Day
MWF
9am-11:50am
TBA
STAFF
Concurrent enrollment in ENG:101 section 407 AND ENG:228 section 4XA is required.
30705
408
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
C-221
G Forde
31971
421
Day
MW
1pm-2:40pm
C-225
G Forde
30694
450
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
A-221
B Munson
Taught with a Black emphasis.
30702
451
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
C-217
STAFF
35075
452
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
G-321
STAFF
32040
486
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
B-213
STAFF
32120
474
Online
TBA
NET
D Cusumano
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or to www.stlcc.edu/fp/users/rbaldwin.
PSY:203
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
30578
401
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
C-221
G Forde
PSY:205
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
30574
401
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
T-204
B Munson
33894
402
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
F-329
B Munson
35368
403
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
TBA
B Munson
30576
450
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
C-221
G Forde
PSY:206
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
33897
474
Online
TBA
NET
R Baldwin
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or to www.stlcc.edu/fp/users/rbaldwin.
PSY:208
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
30564
401
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
C-219
STAFF
32641
474
Online
TBA
NET
R Baldwin
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or www.stlcc.edu/fp/users/rbaldwin.
PSY:213
34906
PSYCHOLOGY OF AGING
421
Day
TR
11am-1:15pm
E-414
3 cr
C Johnson
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
95
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/19-12/19
Forest Park
Political Science
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Credits
Instructor
Day
Time
Location
Dates
F
MWRF
MWRF
W
MWRF
R
MWRF
M
MWRF
F
8am-9:50am
1pm-1:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
A-411
A-413
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
8am-8:50am
10am-10:50am
8am-8:50am
10am-10:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-413
9am-9:50am
4pm-4:50pm
9am-9:50am
12pm-12:50pm
9am-9:50am
4pm-4:50pm
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
12pm-12:50pm
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-413
A-411
A-411
A-413
A-413
A-411
A-411
A-413
11am-11:50am
A-413
7am-11am
7am-3:30pm
OFF CAMPUS
OFF CAMPUS
1pm-2:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
A-413
A-219
7am-3:30pm
OFF CAMPUS
2 cr
S Polta
S Polta
3 cr
V Featherson
9am-9:50am
B-225
2 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8am-8:50am
F-327
STAFF
8/24-12/19
12pm-12:50pm
D-217
STAFF
8/25-12/19
11am-12:10pm
LB-041
STAFF
9/20-12/19
12:30pm-1:40pm
A-221
STAFF
9/21-12/19
5:30pm-6:20pm
B-219
STAFF
8/23-12/19
6pm-6:50pm
G-418
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8am-8:50am
F-408
1 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9am-9:50am
F-408
STAFF
8/24-12/19
1pm-2:50pm
F-408
STAFF
8/27-12/19
Radiologic Technology
XRT:101
31819
RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES I
401
Day
31820
402
Day
32680
403
Day
31821
404
Day
31822
405
Day
Forest Park
XRT:103
31823
31824
31825
31826
XRT:104
31827
31828
32681
31829
31830
32682
XRT:108
31618
XRT:111
32685
XRT:122
31706
31708
XRT:213
31617
RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES III
401
Day
T
TR
402
Day
R
TR
403
Day
T
TR
404
Day
R
TR
PRINCIPLES OF RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE I
401
Day
MW
W
402
Day
MW
M
403
Day
MW
M
404
Day
M
MW
405
Day
MW
W
406
Day
W
MW
RADIOLOGIC PHYSICS II
401
Day
TR
CLINICAL EDUCATION I
401
Day
R
T
RADIOGRAPHIC FILM EVALUATION II
401
Day
T
402
Day
R
CLINICAL EDUCATION IV
401
Day
MWF
6 cr
V Featherson
V Featherson
V Featherson
V Featherson
V Featherson
3 cr
R Northern
R Northern
R Northern
R Northern
2 cr
D Brake
D Brake
D Brake
D Brake
D Brake
D Brake
2 cr
J Hartwein
1 cr
V Featherson
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
Reading
RDG:012
BASIC READING SKILLS
31570
401
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 401 is required.
31571
402
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 402 is required.
35172
403
Day
WF
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 403 is required.
31572
421
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 421 is required.
33228
422
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 422 is required.
33438
450
Evening
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 450 is required.
35030
451
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section 451 is required.
RDG:013
BASIC READING SKILLS LAB
32079
401
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 401 is required.
32974
402
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 402 is required.
35173
403
Day
F
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 403 is required.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
96
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
32082
421
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 421 is required.
33234
422
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 422 is required.
33439
450
Evening
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 450 is required.
35031
451
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section 451 is required.
RDG:016
DEVELOPMENTAL READING
31566
401
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 401 is required.
32959
402
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 402 is required.
33088
403
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 403 is required.
33287
404
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 404 is required.
35097
405
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 405 is required.
31568
421
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 421 is required.
32960
422
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 422 is required.
34218
423
Day
T
R
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 423 is required.
35261
424
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 424 is required.
31569
450
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 450 is required.
35032
451
Evening
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 451 is required.
35099
452
Evening
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 452 is required.
RDG:017
DEVELOPMENTAL READING LAB
32080
401
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 401 is required.
33090
402
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 402 is required.
33226
403
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 403 is required.
33288
404
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 404 is required.
35098
405
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 405 is required.
32130
421
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 421 is required.
33227
422
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 422 is required.
34221
423
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 423 is required.
35262
424
Day
F
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 424 is required.
32081
450
Evening
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 450 is required.
35033
451
Evening
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 451 is required.
35100
452
Evening
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 452 is required.
RDG:020
31573
31574
31575
31584
31585
READING IMPROVEMENT
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
404
Day
405
Day
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
MW
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
12:20pm-1:30pm
F-408
STAFF
9/13-12/19
1:50pm-3pm
F-408
STAFF
9/14-12/19
6:30pm-7:20pm
F-408
STAFF
8/23-12/19
7pm-7:50pm
F-408
STAFF
8/24-12/19
10am-10:50am
G-321
2 cr
K Petroff
8/23-12/19
9am-9:50am
G-321
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9am-9:50am
G-418
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8am-8:50am
A-223
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9am-9:50am
G-119
STAFF
8/24-12/19
11am-12:10pm
G-119
STAFF
9/14-12/19
12:30pm-1:40pm
A-223
STAFF
9/13-12/19
12:20pm-1:30pm
12:20pm-1:30pm
G-323
C-215
STAFF
9/14-12/19
9/16-12/19
3:30pm-4:50pm
C-225
STAFF
9/13-12/19
5pm-5:50pm
C-223
STAFF
8/24-12/19
6:30pm-7:20pm
G-418
STAFF
8/23-12/19
7pm-7:50pm
B-225
STAFF
8/23-12/19
11am-11:50am
F-408
1 cr
K Petroff
8/23-12/19
10am-10:50am
F-408
STAFF
8/23-12/19
10am-10:50am
F-408
STAFF
8/24-12/19
9am-9:50am
F-408
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8am-8:50am
F-408
STAFF
8/24-12/19
12:20pm-1:30pm
F-408
STAFF
9/14-12/19
1:50pm-3pm
F-408
STAFF
9/13-12/19
11am-12:10pm
F-408
STAFF
9/14-12/19
3:30pm-5:50pm
F-408
STAFF
9/17-12/19
6pm-6:50pm
F-408
STAFF
8/24-12/19
5:30pm-6:20pm
F-408
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8pm-8:50pm
F-408
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9:30am-10:45am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
G-113
A-221
C-225
LB-043
F-221
3 cr
K Petroff
D Benton
D Benton
STAFF
D Benton
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
97
Forest Park
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Forest Park
Course
CRN
Title
Section
31564
35078
33092
32972
33442
31778
34920
35138
35259
35285
35321
31586
32069
33270
35096
35095
35318
RDG:030
31587
31588
31560
31561
31589
31562
32937
33222
33193
33408
31591
33095
35186
34391
33472
33735
34392
35139
35260
35286
33096
31595
33194
31563
31592
33736
35287
32835
RDG:100
30569
30570
31559
30572
406
Day
407
Day
408
Day
409
Day
410
Day
411
Day
412
Day
413
Day
421
Day
422
Day
423
Day
450
Evening
451
Evening
452
Evening
453
Evening
461
Evening
462
Evening
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
404
Day
405
Day
406
Day
407
Day
408
Day
409
Day
410
Day
411
Day
412
Day
413
Day
421
Day
422
Day
423
Day
424
Day
425
Day
426
Day
427
Day
450
Evening
451
Evening
452
Evening
453
Evening
461
Evening
462
Evening
463
Evening
486
Weekend
COLLEGE READING AND STUDY SKILLS
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
450
Evening
Type
Day
Time
Location
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
TR
MW
MWF
TR
MWF
MWF
WF
TR
MW
MW
TR
MW
MW
11am-12:15pm
9am-9:50am
12:30pm-1:45pm
8am-8:50am
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
10am-11:50am
1pm-3:40pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
2pm-4:40pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:15pm
5:30pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
6pm-8:40pm
B-215
G-418
B-217
B-215
G-117
B-221
G-418
G-418
D-217A
B-217
LB-041
A-219
B-223
C-223
PE-WEST ROOM
LB-031
F-221
TR
MWF
MWF
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MW
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
TR
S
9:30am-10:45am
9am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
12pm-1:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
8am-9:15am
11am-12:15pm
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-2:15pm
11am-12:15pm
8am-8:50am
9:30am-11:20am
11am-12:50pm
10am-11:50am
12:30pm-2:20pm
1pm-3:40pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
7pm-8:15pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:15pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:50pm
6pm-8:40pm
7pm-8:50pm
9am-12pm
B-215
A-213
D-215
D-217A
A-215
B-213
C-213
B-225
F-221
A-221
B-221
G-111
A-217
LB-041
E-414
D-215
C-223
G-418
C-219
B-215
A-217
B-213
C-219
C-217
B-215
F-331
G-418
B-225
TR
TR
MW
TR
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
B-225
A-215
G-327
B-213
Credits
Instructor
D Josten
STAFF
D Josten
STAFF
D Josten
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
D Benton
STAFF
M Malone
S Gardner
D Josten
D Josten
M Malone
M Malone
M Malone
STAFF
STAFF
D Benton
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
M Malone
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
S Gardner
S Gardner
S Gardner
S Gardner
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
M Malone
STAFF
K Petroff
STAFF
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/24-10/17
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/20-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Respiratory Therapy
RTH:120
31686
31687
32961
RTH:121
31688
RTH:127
31974
RTH:220
31700
RTH:221
31701
INTRODUCTION TO RESPIRATORY CARE AND RESPIRATORY PHYSICS
401
Day
MWF
11am-12:20pm
T
1pm-2:50pm
402
Day
MWF
11am-12:20pm
R
1pm-2:50pm
403
Day
W
9am-10:50am
MWF
11am-12:20pm
ORIENTATION TO THE HOSPITAL
401
Day
TR
10am-10:50am
RESPIRATORY PHARMACOLOGY
401
Day
TR
11am-11:50am
PULMONARY PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
401
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CRITICAL CARE MONITORING
401
Day
MW
10am-10:50am
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
E-410
D-413
5 cr
E Conner
E Conner
J Fackelman
2 cr
E Conner
2 cr
J Brennan
3 cr
J Brennan
2 cr
J Brennan
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
RTH:223
31702
MECHANICAL VENTILATION: A CLINICAL APPROACH
401
Day
F
MW
M
402
Day
MW
W
RESPIRATORY CARE CLINICAL III
401
Day
TR
F
32024
RTH:240
31703
Type
Day
Time
Location
9am-10:50am
12:30pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
12:30pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
D-413
7am-3:30pm
12pm-12:50pm
OFF CAMPUS
D-413
Credits
Instructor
4 cr
E Conner
J Fackelman
2 cr
J Brennan
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
SOC:101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
30504
401
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
C-217
(401 - Black emphasis section)
30506
402
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
C-217
30507
403
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
C-217
30508
404
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
B-217
30510
405
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
C-217
30513
406
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
C-219
30706
407
Day
TR
4pm-5:15pm
C-219
35071
408
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
D-215
31972
421
Day
TR
1pm-2:40pm
C-217
32667
450
Evening
M
7:01pm-9:40pm
C-225
35072
451
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
B-219
33759
486
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
C-221
34411
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34413
475
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35253
476
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
A Nichols
J Sippy
STAFF
J Sippy
A Nichols
STAFF
J Sippy
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
A Nichols
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/31
8/23-12/19
J Sippy
8/23-12/19
A Nichols
9/13-12/19
SOC:203
CRIMINOLOGY AND DEVIANCE
33981
474
Day
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
A Nichols
8/23-12/19
SOC:204
MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
34412
474
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
A Nichols
8/23-12/19
Spanish
SPA:101
31546
31548
31549
34704
31550
32042
SPA:102
31551
SPA:201
33107
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
401
Day
402
Day
403
Day
404
Day
451
Evening
486
Weekend
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
401
Day
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
401
Day
4 cr
L Gonzalez
J LaGrone
L Gonzalez
J Kehr
R Kettler
R Kettler
4 cr
L Gonzalez
4 cr
L Gonzalez
MW
TR
MW
TR
T
S
9am-10:40am
11am-12:40pm
1pm-2:40pm
9am-10:40am
6pm-9:20pm
9am-1pm
F-221
B-413
B-225
G-323
C-213
A-219
TR
9am-10:40am
C-215
TR
1pm-2:40pm
D-217A
12:10pm-2pm
F-012
8:30am-10:50am
F-012
2 cr
D Gerardot
4 cr
S Boedeker
11am-1:20pm
F-012
D Gerardot
10am-2pm
2pm-4pm
F-012
F-012
9:30am-11:20am
E-310
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Surgical Technology
ST:104
PHARMACOLOGY FOR SURGICAL TECHNOLOGISTS
31817
401
Day
T
ST:105
FUNDAMENTALS OF SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
32055
401
Day
MWF
Last 8 weeks of class will meet on Fridays 7 a.m. to noon at hospital.
32056
402
Day
MWF
Last 8 weeks of class will meet on Fridays 7 a.m. to noon at hospital.
ST:108
32773
ST:109
32775
INTRODUCTION TO SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
401
Day
R
M
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATING ROOM COMMUNICATION
401
Day
T
6 cr
S Boedeker
2 cr
D Gerardot
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Forest Park
Sociology
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
TR
11am-12:15pm
G-115
TR
9am-10:50am
T-106
12:30pm-4:50pm
HSP-214
12:30pm-4:50pm
HSP-214
1pm-3:50pm
A-315
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-215
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-214
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-214
6pm-8:40pm
HSP-214
9am-10:40am
HSP-214
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Theatre
THT:101
31642
THT:107
33581
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
401
Day
PLAYWRITING
421
Day
3 cr
C Moody
3 cr
G Carr
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
Tourism
Forest Park
TUR:104
32618
TUR:105
32619
TUR:106
33884
TUR:201
33885
TUR:223
33393
TUR:230
33886
TUR:235
32760
TUR:236
32936
TRAVEL AND TOURISM FOUNDATIONS I
401
Day
TWR
TRAVEL AND TOURISM FOUNDATIONS II
421
Day
TWR
DOMESTIC/INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHY AND LANDMARKS
401
Day
T
CONVENTION AND MEETING PLANNING
450
Evening
R
SELLING LEISURE CRUISES AND TOURS
450
Evening
W
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND WORLD ISSUES
450
Evening
T
CERTIFIED TRAVEL ASSOCIATE (CTA) PREP COURSE AND TEST
486
Evening
R
WORKPLACE LEARNING: TRAVEL AND TOURISM
401
Day
F
So many
6 cr
C Mueller
10 cr
C Mueller
3 cr
J Collins
3 cr
M Schomaker
3 cr
D Young
3 cr
G Arnold
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
C Mueller
8/24-9/30
10/5-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/27-12/19
choices…
maybe I s
see an ad hould
visor?
Yes, you should.
Whether you’re planning to transfer, pursuing an associate degree,
or training for a new career, STLCC’s advisors can help you make
realistic and well-informed decisions about your educational path.
Advisors can assist you with:
•
•
•
•
Academic advising
Course selection
Graduation checks
Transfer advising
•
•
•
Career information advising
Degree requirements
Student referrals
Advisors are available on any campus to speak with you on a
walk-in or appointment basis, by phone or online at
www.stlcc.edu/advising
Florissant Valley
314-513-4256
Forest Park
314-644-9397
Meramec
314-984-7575
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Courses at Meramec
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Meramec
www.stlcc.edu/mc • 11333 Big Bend Road, St. Louis, MO 63122-5720
Meramec Directory
Access Office – disAbility Support Services –
314-984-7673
1st floor Clark Hall (Administration Building) AD 120
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm; Friday, 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/disAbility
Cashier’s Office – 314-984-7736
1st floor Clark Hall (Administration Building)
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm; Friday: 8am-4pm;
Saturday: 8:30am-noon (limited services on Saturday)
Continuing Education – 314-984-7777
802 Couch Ave. (west side of campus)
Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-7:30pm; Friday: 8:30am-4pm
www.stlcc.edu/continuing_education
Admissions/Registration – 314-984-7601
Campus Tours – 314-984-7965
1st floor Clark Hall (Administration Building)
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm; Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/admreg
Distance Learning – 314-539-5060
www.stlcc.edu/distance_learning
Advising and Counseling – 314-984-7575
2nd floor Clark Hall (Administration Building)
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm; Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Financial Aid – 314-984-7650
1st floor Clark Hall (Administration Building) AD102
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm; Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/financialaid
Assessment Center – 314-984-7596
Communications North 229
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm; Friday: 8am-4:30pm
South County Education & University Center
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4pm
See page 163 for more information.
Bookstore – 314-984-7660
1st floor Student Center
www.meramecbookstore.com
Bookstore hours are listed on the inside back cover
of this schedule.
Study Abroad – 314-539-5350
www.stlcc.edu/programs/study_abroad
Transcripts – 314-644-9670
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Central Student Records
5600 Oakland Avenue, Room B-13
St. Louis, MO 63110
Campus Life – 314-984-7641
Student Center 221
Monday-Thursday: 8am-7pm (ID’s made 10am-7pm)
Friday: 8am-4:30pm (ID’s made 10am-4pm)
www.stlcc.edu/mc/campus_life
Veterans' Services – 314-984-7496
1st floor Clark Hall (Administration Building)
Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Campus Switchboard – 314-984-7500
Monday-Thursday: 7:30am-8:30pm; Friday: 7:30am-4:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am-noon
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
101
St. Louis Community College
Meramec Campus • 11333 Big Bend Road
Meramec
EFPO Externally Funded Project Office
I-270
MILEAGE GRID
(one way)
CC
CC
FV
FP
MC
SC
WW
17
7
18
17
30
16
21
31
29
11
16
24
12
20
FV
17
FP
7
16
MC
18
21
11
SC
17
31
16
12
WW
30
29
24
20
28
28
STLCC
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
102
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Time
Fall 2010
Meramec
FinalDayExam Schedule
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
December 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 • Special Schedule Day, Wednesday, Dec. 15
MONDAY
7 or 7:30 a.m.
8 or 8:30 a.m.
9 or 9:30 a.m.
10 or 10:30 a.m.
11 or 11:30 a.m.
12 or 12:30 p.m.
1 or 1:30 p.m.
2 or 2:30 p.m.
3 - 6 p.m. inclusive*
6:30 p.m. and later
Monday
Friday
Monday
Friday
Monday
Friday
Monday
Friday
Monday
Monday
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
13
17
13
17
13
17
13
17
13
13
7-8:50 a.m.
7-8:50 a.m.
9-10:50 a.m.
9-10:50 a.m.
11-12:50 p.m.
11-12:50 p.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
regular class meeting time*
8-9:50 p.m.
TUESDAY
8 or 8:30 a.m.
9, 9:30, or 10 a.m.
10:30, 11, or 11:30 a.m.
12, or 12:30 p.m.
1, 2, or 2:30 p.m.
3 - 6 p.m. inclusive*
6:30 p.m. and later
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
14
14
14
16
14
14
14
7-8:50 a.m.
9-10:50 a.m.
11-12:50 p.m.
11-12:50 p.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
regular class meeting time*
8-9:50 p.m.
Wednesday
December 15
9-10:50 a.m.
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
December
December
December
December
7-8:50 a.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
regular class meeting time*
8-9:50 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
9 a.m.
all other times between
8 a.m. and 12 p.m. inclusive*
12 - 3 p.m.
3 - 6 p.m. inclusive*
6:30 p.m. and later
15
15
15
15
THURSDAY
9 a.m.
1 p.m.
all other times between
8 a.m. and 2 p.m. inclusive*
3 - 6 p.m. inclusive*
6:30 p.m. and later
Thursday
Thursday
December 16
December 16
9-10:50 a.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
Thursday
Thursday
Thursday
December 16
December 16
December 16
11-12:50 p.m.
regular class meeting time*
8-9:50 pm
FRIDAY
9 a.m.
1 p.m.
all other starting times
6:30 p.m. and later
Friday
Friday
Friday
Friday
December
December
December
December
9a.m.-10:50 a.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
3-6 p.m.
8-9:50 p.m.
SATURDAY
all starting times
Saturday
December 18
regular class meeting time
SUNDAY
all starting times
Sunday
December 19
regular class meeting time
17
17
17
17
NOTE: Students in ACC:110 will take their final exams according to the schedule below regardless of the time their
classes normally meet. ACC:110 students may attend any of the three sessions. No ACC:110 final will be given at a
time other than those listed below.
WEEKDAY sections
EVENING sections
SATURDAY sections
Wednesday
Wednesday
Saturday
December 15
December 15
December 11
8:45-10:50 a.m., LH 104
5:45-7:50 p.m., LH 104
9:45-11:50 a.m., LH 104
*If an instructor has two classes during this time block, hold exams for two hours on alternate days –
Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday at instructor’s discretion.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
103
Meramec
Section for which the starting time of the
Will have a 1 hour 50
first meeting each week during Fall terms was... minute exam on...
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Accounting
ACC:100
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
3 cr
30261
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-220
J Hsu
8/23-12/19
30262
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-220
J Hsu
8/23-12/19
30263
603
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-116
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30264
604
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
BA-220
S Counte
8/23-12/19
30265
606
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
BA-220
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30266
607
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-220
J Ahrens
8/24-12/19
30267
608
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-220
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30271
641
Day
TR
3pm-5:20pm
BA-203
STAFF
10/21-12/19
30277
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-220
C Sallaberry
8/25-12/19
30275
651
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
BA-203
STAFF
8/26-12/19
32979
674
Online
TBA
NET
J Hsu
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
32980
675
Online
TBA
NET
J Ahrens
9/13-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
Meramec
ACC:110
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
4 cr
30295
601
Day
MWF
9:30am-10:40am
BA-216
R Barrett
8/23-12/19
30296
602
Day
MWF
11am-12:10pm
BA-216
R Barrett
8/23-12/19
33812
603
Day
TR
2pm-3:50pm
BA-220
J Ahrens
8/24-12/19
30297
604
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
BA-216
S Counte
8/24-12/19
30298
605
Day
TR
11am-12:50pm
BA-216
S Counte
8/24-12/19
30300
650
Evening
T
7pm-10:10pm
BA-216
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30302
674
Online
TBA
NET
S Counte
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
33211
675
Online
TBA
NET
R Barrett
9/13-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
30299
696
Day/Hybrid
MW
3:30pm-5:50pm
BA-122
STAFF
10/18-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
ACC:114
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
3 cr
30303
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-220
J Hsu
8/23-12/19
32240
602
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-220
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30304
695
Day/Hybrid
T
11am-12:15pm
BA-220
J Ahrens
8/24-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
30305
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
BA-220
STAFF
8/26-12/19
32131
651
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-116
STAFF
8/25-12/19
30590
674
Online
TBA
NET
J Ahrens
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
33707
675
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
9/13-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
ACC:120
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS
3 cr
30414
670
Evening
W
7pm-9:30pm
BA-216
J Hsu
8/25-10/17
ACC:122
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS - SPREADSHEETS
3 cr
32615
671
Evening
W
7pm-9:30pm
BA-216
J Hsu
10/20-12/19
ACC:124
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS - DATABASES
3 cr
35435
695
Evening/Hybrid
T
5:30pm-6:50pm
BA-216
STAFF
8/24-10/17
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning, or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
ACC:204
INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
3 cr
32896
674
Online
TBA
NET
R Barrett
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to attend an orientation meeting, midterm and a final exam on campus. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
32445
695
Evening/Hybrid
T
7pm-9pm
BA-220
R Barrett
8/24-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
ACC:206
AUDITING
3 cr
32697
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
BA-118
STAFF
8/23-12/19
ACC:208
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
3 cr
30308
695
Evening/Hybrid
W
5:30pm-6:50pm
BA-220
S Counte
8/25-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
ACC:212
NONPROFIT ACCOUNTING
3 cr
33698
695
Evening/Hybrid
R
5:30pm-6:50pm
BA-220
STAFF
8/26-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
104
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
ACC:213
SURVEY OF BUSINESS TAXES
3 cr
31704
695
Hybrid
T
5:30pm-6:50pm
BA-220
D Maixner
8/24-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
ACC:214
BUSINESS TAXES: RESEARCH AND PLANNING
33487
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
ACC:291
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP
30309
639
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact Markus Ahrens at [email protected] or 314-984-7507.
BA-219
3 cr
D Maixner
3 cr
J Ahrens
OFF CAMPUS
3 cr
J Ahrens
8/23-12/19
ANT:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
31059
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
HE-123
34601
646
Day
TR
9:10am-10:45am
CS-211
34298
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
SO-206
32761
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35077
675
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
M Fuller
STAFF
STAFF
M Fuller
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
ANT:102
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
33370
603
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CS-211
31066
6W1
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-109
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34299
647
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34300
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
9/13-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
ANT:105
FOUNDATIONS OF ARCHAEOLOGY
34301
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
ACC:292
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP II
34242
639
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact Markus Ahrens at [email protected] or 314-984-7507.
SO-204
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
ANT:202
ETHNOGRAPHY: NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
3 cr
34302
6X1
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CS-211
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ANT:207
35370
ANCIENT CIVILIZATION OF THE OLD WORLD
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CS-211
T
6pm-9:20pm
CS-209
R
6pm-9:20pm
CS-205
3 cr
M Fuller
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Arabic
ARA:101
35458
ARA:102
35685
MODERN ARABIC I
650
Evening
MODERN ARABIC II
650
Evening
4 cr
C Hocine
4 cr
C Hocine
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
Architectural Technology
ARC:110
ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS
31446
601
Day
MWF
8am-9:50am
31449
603
Day
MWF
2pm-3:50pm
31448
604
Day
TR
8am-10:50am
31447
605
Day
TR
4pm-6:50pm
31450
650
Evening
TR
7pm-9:40pm
ARC:112
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION I
31451
601
Day
MWF
12pm-1:50pm
32858
602
Day
TR
11am-1:50pm
ARC:114
ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY AND THEORY
31452
601
Day
TR
4pm-5:20pm
ARC:115
ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING AND PRESENTATION
31453
601
Day
MW
4pm-6:50pm
ARC:123
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING
31454
601
Day
T
11am-1:50pm
AutoDesk AutoCad version 2010 software will be used.
31455
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
AutoDesk AutoCad version 2010 software will be used.
ARC:124
INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
33815
650
Evening
R
Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010 will be used.
7pm-9:40pm
SW-110
3 cr
M Lorenz
M Lorenz
M Fletcher
M Fletcher
J Pitman
3 cr
M Huelsmann
M Huelsmann
3 cr
M Huelsmann
3 cr
D Hurt
3 cr
M Lorenz
8/24-12/19
SW-110
T Vetter
8/23-12/19
SW-110
3 cr
H Smith
8/26-12/19
AS-206
AS-206
AS-206
AS-206
AS-206
AS-206
AS-206
AS-108
AS-206
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
105
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Meramec
Anthropology
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
ARC:209
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I
31456
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
ARC:211
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION II
31457
650
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
ARC:222
SITE PLANNING AND LANDSCAPE DRAFTING
34342
650
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
ARC:228
ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER RENDERING, MODELING, AND ANIMATION
33814
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:50pm
Photoshop, SKetchup and AutoCad will be used.
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
SW-202
3 cr
G Brody
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
J Hicks
3 cr
M Lorenz
AS-108
3 cr
STAFF
8/26-12/19
ART:100
ART APPRECIATION
31459
603
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
LH-104
34173
695
Day
T
3:30pm-4:45pm
LH-104
35533
696
Day
R
3:30pm-4:45pm
LH-104
35512
641
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35511
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
P Rooney
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
10/18-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
ART:101
ART HISTORY I
31463
601
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
LH-104
31464
602
Day
TR
10am-11:15am
HE-134
ART:103
HISTORY OF MODERN ART
31465
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
HE-134
33615
6W1
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
HE-134
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Montgomery
D Montgomery
3 cr
D Montgomery
D Montgomery
ARC:521
34343
GREEN BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES AND LEED CERTIFICATION
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:50pm
AS-204
AS-206
AS-204
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Art
Meramec
ART:107
DESIGN I
2 cr
31466
601
Day
MW
8am-9:50am
HE-125
STAFF
31468
602
Day
MW
10am-11:50am
HE-125
K Wood
31470
603
Day
MW
12pm-1:50pm
HE-125
K Wood
31467
604
Day
TR
8am-9:50am
HE-125
STAFF
31469
605
Day
TR
10am-11:50am
HE-125
STAFF
31471
606
Day
TR
12pm-1:50pm
HE-125
STAFF
31472
607
Day
F
8am-11:50am
HE-125
STAFF
33554
639
Day
F
12pm-3:50pm
HE-125
STAFF
31473
650
Evening
M
6pm-10pm
HE-125
STAFF
31474
651
Evening
R
6pm-9:50pm
HE-125
STAFF
31475
680
Weekend
S
9am-12:50pm
HE-125
STAFF
ART:108
DESIGN II
2 cr
31476
601
Day
MW
2pm-3:50pm
HE-125
P Shuck
31477
639
Day
F
12pm-3:50pm
HE-125
STAFF
31478
650
Evening
T
6pm-9:50pm
HE-125
STAFF
ART:109
DRAWING I
3 cr
31479
601
Day
MWF
8am-9:50am
HE-218
STAFF
31480
603
Day
MWF
10am-11:50am
HE-218
STAFF
31481
604
Day
MW
11am-1:50pm
HE-219
B Morris
31486
605
Day
MWF
12pm-1:50pm
HE-218
STAFF
31484
606
Day
MW
2pm-4:50pm
HE-218
STAFF
31482
607
Day
TR
8am-10:50am
HE-219
K Wood
31485
608
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
HE-218
STAFF
31487
609
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
HE-219
K Wood
35225
647
Day
MWF
8am-10:15am
HE-219
STAFF
33470
646
Evening
TR
6:30pm-10pm
HE-219
STAFF
31488
650
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
HE-219
K Lamb
31489
651
Evening
TR
7pm-9:50pm
HE-218
STAFF
32006
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:110
DRAWING II
3 cr
31493
601
Day
MW
2pm-4:50pm
HE-219
J Owens
33401
602
Day
TR
8am-10:50am
HE-219
J Porter
32007
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:111
31499
32175
31502
31500
FIGURE DRAWING I
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
604
Day
MW
MW
TR
TR
8am-10:50am
11am-1:50pm
11am-1:50pm
8am-10:50am
HE-230
HE-230
HE-230
HE-230
3 cr
STAFF
R Behrend
R Behrend
STAFF
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
106
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
31501
605
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
HE-230
STAFF
31503
650
Evening
TR
7pm-9:40pm
HE-230
STAFF
ART:112
FIGURE DRAWING II
3 cr
34228
636
Day
MW
2pm-4:50pm
HE-230
R Behrend
31504
650
Evening
MW
7pm-9:40pm
HE-230
R Lewis
ART:113
CERAMICS I
3 cr
31505
601
Day
MW
8am-10:50am
HE-132
R Reese
31506
602
Day
MW
11am-1:50pm
HE-132
J Ibur
31507
603
Day
TR
11am-1:50pm
HE-132
J Ibur
35058
636
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
HE-132
STAFF
ART:114
PAINTING I
3 cr
31509
636
Day
MW
11am-1:50pm
HE-217
M Keller
31508
637
Day
TR
11am-1:50pm
HE-217
M Keller
35508
638
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
HE-217
M Keller
32281
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
ART:115
PRINTMAKING I
31510
636
Day
MW
11am-1:50pm
HE-224
34746
669
Evening
TR
7pm-9:50pm
HE-224
ART:116
SCULPTURE I
34745
601
Day
TR
9am-11:50am
HE-131
31511
602
Day
TR
1pm-3:50pm
HE-131
ART:125
INTERACTIVE DESIGN I
35601
695
Day/Hybrid
T
12pm-2:50pm
HE-136
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
P Shuck
P Shuck
3 cr
J Chesla
J Chesla
3 cr
STAFF
ART:126
INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE FLASH
35600
695
Day/Hybrid
T
8am-11:50am
HE-136
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
ART:131
COMPUTER ART STUDIO
32862
601
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
32867
602
Day
TR
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
32864
603
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
32866
604
Day
TR
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
32863
605
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
32865
650
Evening
MW
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
33782
680
Weekend
S
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
ART:133
31512
31513
31515
31514
33381
31516
31583
ART:134
33999
31517
ART:135
31518
32204
ART:138
32859
32860
32861
ART:151
31519
31436
33600
ART:152
31520
GRAPHIC DESIGN I
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
604
Day
605
Day
650
Evening
668
Evening
GRAPHIC DESIGN II
605
Day
668
Evening
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION I
601
Day
602
Day
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS I
601
Day
639
Day
650
Evening
INTERIOR DESIGN I
601
Day
602
Day
650
Evening
TEXTILES
601
Day
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8am-10:50am
HE-136
3 cr
J Kaiser
8/23-12/19
8am-10:50am
HE-233
M Eigel
8/24-12/19
11am-1:50pm
HE-233
M Aehle
8/23-12/19
11am-1:50pm
HE-233
M Aehle
8/24-12/19
3pm-5:50pm
HE-136
M Aehle
8/23-12/19
6pm-8:50pm
HE-233
D Tjaden
8/23-12/19
9am-1:50pm
HE-136
K Ward
8/28-12/19
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
MW
9am-11:50am
12pm-2:50pm
9am-11:50am
2pm-4:50pm
3pm-5:50pm
6pm-8:50pm
6pm-8:50pm
HE-231
HE-215
HE-215
HE-215
HE-215
HE-215
HE-231
MW
MW
3pm-5:50pm
6pm-8:50pm
HE-215
HE-231
MW
TR
3pm-4:50pm
12pm-1:50pm
HE-231
HE-231
TR
F
TR
12pm-1:50pm
9am-12:50pm
4pm-5:50pm
HE-215
HE-231
HE-231
MW
TR
MW
11am-1:50pm
11am-1:50pm
4pm-6:50pm
AS-202
AS-202
AS-202
TR
9:30am-10:50am
AS-204
3 cr
J Thompson
C Groth
J Thompson
J Wyatt
J Aerne
J Aerne
S Beck
3 cr
J Aerne
S Beck
2 cr
A Tharenos
A Tharenos
2 cr
C Groth
W Van Hoogstraat
R Shay
3 cr
E LeClerc
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Meramec
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
31522
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ART:153
HISTORY OF CULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS I
34539
601
Day
TR
8am-9:20am
31523
602
Day
W
11am-1:50pm
32967
603
Day
TR
11am-12:20pm
ART:154
COMPUTER AIDED INTERIOR DESIGN
32217
601
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
34296
602
Day
MW
8am-10:50am
ART:155
BATH DESIGN
33033
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
ART:157
PERSPECTIVE DRAWING AND RENDERING FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS
33034
601
Day
F
9am-12:50pm
ART:158
WORKPLACE LEARNING: INTERNSHIP IN KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN
33457
601
Day
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator at 314-984-7156.
ART:165
31524
PHOTOGRAPHY I
601
Day
Meramec
31526
602
Day
31527
603
Day
31525
ART:166
31764
34369
ART:167
35357
650
Evening
PHOTOGRAPHY II
601
Day
650
Evening
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
601
Day
AS-204
AS-204
AS-204
HE-232
HE-232
AS-202
AS-202
TBA
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
8:30am-9:50am
10am-11:20am
11:30am-12:50pm
1pm-2:20pm
9am-10:20am
10:30am-11:50am
6pm-8:50pm
HE-134
HE-234
HE-225
HE-234
HE-225
HE-234
HE-234
TR
TR
MW
MW
12pm-1:20pm
1:30pm-2:50pm
6:30pm-7:50pm
8pm-9:20pm
HE-225
HE-234
HE-225
HE-234
MW
MW
3pm-4:20pm
4:30pm-5:50pm
HE-225
HE-234
Credits
Instructor
Dates
E LeClerc
8/23-12/19
3 cr
C Jordan
C Jordan
C Jordan
3 cr
M Aehle
M Aehle
3 cr
J Boyd
2 cr
D Hurt
3 cr
E LeClerc
3 cr
J Sago
D Hanlon
D Hanlon
C Stocker
3 cr
D Hanlon
P Talaski
3 cr
J Sago
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
ART:168
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
3 cr
31529
650
Evening
T
6pm-8:50pm
HE-134
D Hanlon
8/24-12/19
ART:172
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
3 cr
33379
695
Day/Hybrid
M
11am-2:50pm
HE-136
A Carosella
8/23-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
33729
696
Day/Hybrid
R
8am-11:50am
HE-136
M OShea
8/26-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
34858
697
Day
M
6pm-9:50pm
HE-136
A Carosella
8/23-12/19
35361
699
Weekend
S
9:30am-1:20pm
HE-233
M OShea
8/28-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
ART:207
DESIGN III
2 cr
31530
601
Day
MW
10am-11:50am
HE-131
J Downen-Schwall
ART:209
DRAWING III
3 cr
31531
636
Day
TR
11am-2pm
HE-218
B Morris
32919
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:210
ADVANCED DRAWING
3 cr
33402
636
Day
TR
11am-2pm
HE-218
B Morris
ART:211
FIGURE DRAWING III
3 cr
32195
636
Day
MW
2pm-4:50pm
HE-230
R Behrend
ART:213
CERAMICS II
3 cr
31532
601
Day
TR
8am-10:50am
HE-132
J Ibur
Permission required, contact Jim Ibur at 314-984-7930.
35059
636
Evening
MW
7pm-9:50pm
HE-132
STAFF
ART:214
PAINTING II
3 cr
32274
636
Day
MW
11am-1:50pm
HE-217
M Keller
32273
637
Day
TR
11am-1:50pm
HE-217
M Keller
35509
638
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
HE-217
M Keller
32282
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
ART:215
31534
34747
PRINTMAKING II
636
Day
669
Evening
MW
TR
11am-1:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
HE-224
HE-224
3 cr
P Shuck
P Shuck
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
8am-10:50am
HE-233
3 cr
D Tjaden
8/23-12/19
MW
TR
12pm-2:50pm
6pm-8:50pm
HE-231
HE-231
TR
6pm-8:50pm
HE-231
TR
2pm-3:50pm
HE-231
F
9am-12:50pm
HE-231
MW
F
9am-11:50am
9am-2:50pm
HE-215
HE-215
F
9am-2:50pm
HE-215
TR
8am-10:50am
AS-202
TR
MW
2pm-4:50pm
8am-10:50am
AS-202
AS-202
F
10am-3:50pm
HE-225
TR
TR
3pm-4:20pm
4:30pm-5:50pm
HE-225
HE-234
Day
ART:221
PAGE LAYOUT: QUARK/INDESIGN
33575
601
Day
MW
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
ART:233
34793
31537
ART:234
31538
ART:236
33380
ART:238
31539
ART:239
31389
31432
ART:240
31433
ART:251
34297
ART:252
31540
32176
ART:265
31547
ART:273
35358
GRAPHIC DESIGN III
603
Day
669
Evening
GRAPHIC DESIGN IV
669
Evening
TYPOGRAPHY
601
Day
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS II
639
Day
ILLUSTRATION I
601
Day
639
Day
ILLUSTRATION II
639
Day
INTERIOR DESIGN II
601
Day
RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGN
601
Day
602
Day
ARTIFICIAL LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
601
Day
ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
601
Day
3 cr
J Thompson
K Helms
3 cr
K Helms
2 cr
J Thompson
2 cr
W Van Hoogstraat
3 cr
C Groth
R Shay
3 cr
R Shay
3 cr
E LeClerc
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
M OShea
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
ART:275
PHOTO IMAGING I: PHOTOSHOP
3 cr
32869
695
Day
W
11am-2:50pm
HE-136
T Linder
8/25-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
32868
696
Day
F
9am-12:50pm
HE-136
M Swoboda
8/27-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
34540
697
Evening
W
6pm-9:50pm
HE-136
J Leick
8/25-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
35363
674
Online
TBA
NET
T Linder
8/23-12/19
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
AT:100
33781
AT:104
35359
HARDWARE CONFIGURATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING: MACINTOSH/WINDOWS
650
Evening
R
6pm-8:50pm
ELECTRONIC PHOTO STUDIO
650
Evening
T
6pm-8:50pm
R
6pm-8:50pm
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
AT:106
TWO DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER ANIMATION: ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS
35365
601
Day
TR
3pm-5:50pm
AT:108
COMPUTER PAINTING AND DRAWING: COREL PAINTER
35366
601
Day
MW
2pm-4:50pm
AT:120
COMPUTER DRAWING I: ILLUSTRATOR
32185
601
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
HE-233
HE-233
HE-225
HE-136
HE-233
HE-233
1 cr
C LaGarce
3 cr
D McGee
3 cr
J Feiner
3 cr
J Leick
3 cr
K Mallett
AT:121
WATERCOLOR I
33102
639
Day
TR
2pm-4:50pm
HE-125
AT:135
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WWW I
32181
695
Day
R
6pm-9:50pm
HE-136
Adobe Dreamweaver software will be taught. An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
3 cr
A Erickson
3 cr
K Ward
AT:146
3D MODELING I: SURFACE MODELING
35367
695
Evening
AT:151
DESIGNER RESOURCES
31541
601
Day
AT:152
LIGHTING DESIGN
35393
601
Day
AT:210
DRAWING PROBLEMS
34921
636
Day
AT:213
ADVANCED CERAMICS
31543
601
Day
Permission required, contact Jim Ibur at 314-984-7930.
3 cr
J Rollins
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
K McKelvie
3 cr
R Behrend
3 cr
J Ibur
T
6pm-9:50pm
HE-136
T
2pm-4:50pm
AS-204
M
2pm-4:50pm
AS-204
MW
2pm-4:50pm
HE-230
TR
8am-10:50am
HE-132
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Meramec
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
35060
636
Evening
MW
AT:215
ADVANCED PRINTMAKING
34135
636
Day
MW
AT:221
WATERCOLOR II
33103
639
Day
TR
AT:225
WATERCOLOR III
33104
639
Day
TR
AT:226
WATERCOLOR IV
33105
639
Day
TR
Section 669 will also cover watercolor monotype techniques.
Meramec
AT:228
FIGURE PAINTING
34852
601
Day
TR
AT:229
ADVANCED PAINTING PROJECTS
32672
636
Day
MW
33403
637
Day
TR
35510
638
Day
TR
AT:251
COMPUTER AIDED KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN
35394
650
Evening
T
AT:254
WORKPLACE LEARNING: INTERIOR DESIGN
33811
601
Arranged
TBA
AT:276
PHOTO IMAGING II: PHOTOSHOP
34544
601
Day
F
An additional $35 is required for all printing done in computer labs.
Time
Location
7pm-9:50pm
HE-132
11am-1:50pm
HE-224
2pm-4:50pm
HE-125
2pm-4:50pm
HE-125
2pm-4:50pm
HE-125
3pm-5:50pm
HE-217
11am-1:50pm
11am-1:50pm
2pm-4:50pm
HE-217
HE-217
HE-217
6:30pm-9:20pm
AS-202
AT:282
WORKPLACE LEARNING: GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS
35137
601
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator at 314-984-7632.
AT:283
35661
ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO
650
Evening
TR
6pm-8:50pm
E Hoefer
3 cr
P Shuck
3 cr
A Erickson
3 cr
A Erickson
3 cr
A Erickson
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
HE-136
3 cr
R Lewis
3 cr
M Keller
M Keller
M Keller
3 cr
J Boyd
3 cr
E LeClerc
3 cr
M Swoboda
TBA
1 cr
C Groth
8/23-12/19
HE-137
1 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
TBA
1pm-5:50pm
Credits
Instructor
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
Biology
BIO:105
35391
TOPICS IN EVOLUTION
674
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
M
7pm-8pm
SW-102
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
BIO:106
32854
HUMAN HEREDITY
601
Day
BIO:110
30611
GENERAL ZOOLOGY
601
Day
30612
BIO:111
30628
602
Day
TR
W
12:30pm-1:50pm
12pm-1:50pm
SS-108
SS-106
MWF
W
TR
R
10am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
10am-11:20am
12pm-1:50pm
SW-102
SW-102
SW-102
SW-102
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
603
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
AS-108
R
12pm-1:50pm
SS-106
30631
605
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
LH-102
F
11am-12:50pm
SS-106
30636
606
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
LH-102
R
2pm-3:50pm
SS-106
30644
607
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
SS-108
W
3pm-4:50pm
SS-106
30634
608
Day
TR
11am-12:20pm
AS-108
T
12:30pm-2:20pm
SS-106
30669
609
Day
TR
1pm-2:20pm
SW-206
T
3pm-4:50pm
SS-106
32161
610
Day
M
3pm-4:50pm
SS-106
TR
3:30pm-4:50pm
SS-108
34346
612
Day
TR
8am-9:20am
SW-108
T
10am-11:50am
SS-106
35025
613
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SS-108
F
9am-10:50am
SS-106
35026
614
Day
MW
4pm-5:20pm
SS-108
R
4pm-5:50pm
SS-106
35027
615
Day
M
8am-9:50am
SS-106
TR
8am-9:20am
LH-101
35132
616
Day
M
1pm-2:50pm
SS-106
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
SS-108
30615
6W1
Day
TR
8am-9:20am
SW-207
W
8am-9:50am
SS-106
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
J Allen
4 cr
R Harms
4 cr
J Allen
J Allen
4 cr
M Dion
S Wible
J Allen
S Wible
D Billman
I Neufeld
V Anand
I Neufeld
M Dion
S Gero
STAFF
STAFF
R Harms
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-8/23
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Fall 2010
30617
Title
Section
Type
6W2
Day
Day
Time
Location
TR
9:30am-10:50am
SW-207
W
10am-11:50am
SS-106
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30619
6W3
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
AS-108
R
8am-9:50am
SS-106
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30626
6W4
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SS-108
R
10am-11:50am
SS-106
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30638
6W5
Day
M
10am-11:50am
SS-106
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SS-208
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30681
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
SS-108
W
7pm-8:50pm
SS-106
30676
651
Evening
T
7pm-9:50pm
SS-108
R
7pm-8:50pm
SS-106
34215
680
Weekend
S
8am-10:50am
SS-108
S
11am-1:50pm
SS-106
35375
695
Evening/Hybrid
T
7pm-8:50pm
SS-106
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Credits
Instructor
Dates
R Harms
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
K Roberts
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
K Roberts
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
K Roberts
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
S Gero
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/21-12/31
8/21-12/31
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
S Gero
M McKinney
STAFF
BIO:113
30717
BIO:117
30788
33360
33361
MODERN ASPECTS OF BIOLOGY
3 cr
601
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
AS-108
M Dion
8/23-12/19
CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY
3 cr
601
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
SS-208
J Castillon
8/24-12/19
602
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SW-102
J Allen
8/23-12/19
674
Online
TBA
NET
J Martin de Camilo
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
M
4pm-4:55pm
BA-201
8/23-8/23
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Jody Martin de Camilo, at
[email protected] or 314-984-7716.
33795
675
Online
TBA
NET
J Martin de Camilo
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
M
4pm-4:55pm
BA-212
8/23-8/23
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Jody Martin de Camilo, at
[email protected] or 314-984-7716.
BIO:122
HUMAN SEXUALITY
30809
601
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
LH-103
30811
602
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:50pm
LH-103
BIO:123
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
30813
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SS-108
33061
6W2
Day
TR
2pm-3:20pm
LH-103
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
J Martin de Camilo
J Martin de Camilo
3 cr
J Martin de Camilo
J Martin de Camilo
BIO:124
30814
4 cr
J Castillon
30815
BIO:140
30825
30826
GENERAL BOTANY I
601
Day
650
Evening
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
601
Day
602
Day
BIO:141
32855
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
601
Day
BIO:144
30873
BIO:146
35392
BIO:148
33826
MARINE BIOLOGY
601
Day
DESERT ECOLOGY
646
Day
OZARK ECOLOGY
646
Day
TR
R
M
T
12:30pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
6:30pm-9:20pm
7:30pm-9:20pm
SS-107
SS-107
LH-103
SS-107
MWF
R
MWF
W
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-4:50pm
9am-9:50am
2pm-4:50pm
AS-108
SS-105
AS-108
SS-105
2pm-2:50pm
2pm-4:50pm
AS-108
SS-105
MWF
11am-11:50am
AS-108
TR
4pm-6:50pm
SW-102
MWF
T
An additional $10 will be added to the maintenance fee for a field trip.
D Billman
4 cr
G Karleskint
G Karleskint
4 cr
G Karleskint
3 cr
G Karleskint
3 cr
J Allen
3 cr
D Tylka
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
M
2pm-4:50pm
SW-103
9/13-12/19
W
2pm-4:50pm
SW-206
9/15-12/19
BIO:151
BIOLOGY OF HUMAN HEALTH AND DISEASE
3 cr
32944
6X1
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
AS-108
J Snaric
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35381
674
Online
TBA
NET
J Snaric
8/24-12/19
Required Orientation
T
7pm-9pm
SS-110
8/24-8/24
Student will be required to come to campus for a midterm and final exam. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on
Distance Learning.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
111
Meramec
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
35382
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Online
TBA
NET
8/24-12/19
Required Orientation
T
7pm-9pm
SS-110
J Snaric
8/24-8/24
Student will be required to come to campus for a midterm and final exam. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on
Distance Learning.
BIO:203
30874
675
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY I
601
Day
30879
602
Day
30880
603
Day
32856
604
Day
35013
605
Day
30882
650
Evening
BIO:207
33553
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
601
Day
Meramec
30902
602
Day
30887
603
Day
30888
604
Day
30897
605
Day
30893
606
Day
34347
607
Day
35014
608
Day
35133
609
Day
30905
650
Evening
30906
651
Evening
BIO:208
30939
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
601
Day
30938
602
Day
33555
603
Day
30927
604
Day
33362
605
Day
30940
650
Evening
32997
651
Evening
BIO:209
30567
30568
KINESIOLOGY
601
Day
602
Day
MWF
M
MWF
M
TR
T
TR
R
TR
W
T
R
9am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
8am-9:20am
10am-11:50am
2pm-3:20pm
11am-12:50pm
2pm-3:20pm
11am-12:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
SW-104
SS-105
SW-104
SS-105
LH-102
SS-105
AS-108
SS-105
SS-108
SS-105
SS-105
SW-102
MWF
W
MWF
F
MWF
F
MWF
W
TR
R
TR
T
MWF
T
MWF
R
MWF
W
M
W
T
R
8am-8:50am
10am-11:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
10am-11:50am
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
8am-9:20am
12pm-1:50pm
9:30am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
8am-8:50am
9am-10:50am
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
SW-104
SW-104
SS-108
SW-102
SW-104
SW-104
SW-208
SW-102
SS-208
SW-104
SW-104
SW-104
LH-101
SW-102
SS-108
SW-102
LH-104
SS-105
SW-104
SW-104
SW-104
LH-102
MWF
M
MWF
M
MWF
T
TR
R
T
TR
T
R
M
W
9am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
12:30pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
8am-9:50am
11am-12:20pm
7pm-9:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
SW-207
SW-104
SS-108
SW-102
SW-104
SW-104
SW-108
SW-104
SW-102
LH-101
AS-108
SW-104
SW-102
SW-102
TR
T
TR
R
10am-11am
11am-1pm
10am-11am
11am-1pm
AS-104B
AS-104B
AS-104B
AS-104B
4 cr
V McDonald
V McDonald
M Thoele
M Thoele
W Salsgiver
W Salsgiver
4 cr
V McDonald
D Hurt
V McDonald
K Roberts
M Bender
M Bender
C Bergin
C Bergin
T Dooley
J Baumstark
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
J Snaric
D Hurt
J Snaric
L Hart
L Hart
STAFF
3 cr
J High
J High
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
Business Administration
BUS:101
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
3 cr
33844
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-120
B Young
8/24-12/19
BUS:103
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
3 cr
30529
602
Day
MW
2:30pm-4:20pm
BA-220
STAFF
9/13-12/19
30530
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SO-107
STAFF
8/26-12/19
34438
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to come to campus for an orientation, midterm and final exam For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and
click on Distance Learning. or contact the Accounting department at 314-984-7514.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
BUS:201
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
3 cr
30207
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-118
E Nielsen
34450
603
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-118
E Nielsen
34444
604
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
BA-118
E Nielsen
33723
605
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-118
G Hafer
32825
606
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-118
G Hafer
33847
6X2
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-118
E Nielsen
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
34452
6X3
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-118
E Nielsen
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
34445
6X4
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
BA-118
E Nielsen
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
33848
6X5
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-118
G Hafer
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
33849
6X6
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-118
G Hafer
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
30208
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-118
J Abdul
33850
6XA
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-118
J Abdul
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
BUS:250
WORKPLACE LEARNING: BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
32149
639
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7190.
OFF CAMPUS
1 cr
B Barrett
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Business Law
BLW:101
BUSINESS LAW I
3 cr
30169
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-122
S Schamber
8/23-12/19
32140
602
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-122
S Schamber
8/23-12/19
30171
603
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-120
N Simmons
8/24-12/19
30170
604
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-203
N Simmons
8/24-12/19
30189
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
BA-120
STAFF
8/24-12/19
BLW:201
LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
3 cr
33845
695
Day/Hybrid
R
11am-12:15pm
BA-220
STAFF
8/26-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Business/Economics department at 314-984-7138.
34396
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-118
STAFF
8/25-12/19
Chemistry
CHM:101
30235
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
601
Day
30234
602
Day
30238
605
Day
34835
646
Day
35161
647
Day
MWF
R
R
T
MWF
T
W
TR
T
W
M
W
MW
TR
MW
9am-9:50am
9am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
9am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
9am-10:50am
9:30am-10:45am
11am-11:50am
8:30am-9:30am
9am-12pm
9:40am-11:50am
3pm-3:50pm
3pm-5:55pm
4pm-5:50pm
SS-208
SS-206
SW-206
SS-206
SS-208
SS-208
SS-205
SW-108
SW-108
SS-206
SS-206
SS-206
SS-208
SW-207
SS-206
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
113
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/15-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/18-12/19
Meramec
BUS:104
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
30192
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-120
M Tulley
8/23-12/19
30193
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-120
M Tulley
8/23-12/19
30194
603
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-120
P McElligott
8/23-12/19
30195
604
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-124
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30196
605
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-120
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30197
607
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-116
M Tulley
8/24-12/19
30198
608
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-120
P McElligott
8/24-12/19
30200
609
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-116
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32996
610
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-122
B Barrett
8/24-12/19
32142
646
Day
MW
2pm-3:40pm
BA-116
STAFF
9/13-12/19
30201
652
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
BA-114
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30270
671
Evening
TR
7pm-9:50pm
BA-116
STAFF
10/21-12/19
32995
674
Online
TBA
NET
B Barrett
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7138.
33314
675
Online
TBA
NET
B Barrett
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7138.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
30236
Title
Section
Type
6W3
Day
Day
Time
Location
Meramec
MWF
11am-11:50am
SW-204
R
11am-12:50pm
SS-206
M
12pm-12:50pm
SW-108
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30237
6W4
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
LH-101
T
1pm-2:50pm
SS-206
W
2pm-2:50pm
SW-204
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30239
650
Evening
R
7pm-7:50pm
SS-108
T
7pm-9:40pm
SW-108
R
8pm-9:50pm
SS-206
30268
651
Evening
W
7pm-7:50pm
LH-101
M
7pm-9:50pm
LH-101
W
8pm-9:50pm
SS-206
31555
695
Evening/Hybrid
W
6pm-8:30pm
SS-205
W
6pm-8:30pm
SS-205
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
W
6pm-8:30pm
SS-205
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32819
696
Day/Hybrid
S
11:30am-1:50pm
SS-205
Required Orientation
S
11:30am-1:50pm
SS-205
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
CHM:105
30273
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
601
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SS-208
T
8am-9:50am
SS-205
T
10am-10:50am
SS-108
30276
603
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
LH-101
T
11am-11:50am
SS-108
T
12pm-1:50pm
SS-205
30283
605
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
LH-101
R
12pm-12:50pm
SW-208
R
1pm-2:50pm
SS-206
30284
606
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SS-208
M
2pm-2:50pm
SW-206
W
2pm-3:50pm
SS-205
30274
6W2
Day
R
8am-9:50am
SS-205
MWF
9am-9:50am
LH-101
R
10am-10:50am
SS-108
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30282
MWF
11am-11:50am
LH-101
R
12pm-1:50pm
SS-205
R
2pm-2:50pm
SW-208
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30285
650
Evening
M
7pm-7:50pm
SS-208
W
7pm-9:50pm
SS-208
M
8pm-9:50pm
SS-205
33313
695
Day/Hybrid
S
9am-11:20am
SS-205
Required Orientation
S
9am-11:20am
SS-205
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance.
CHM:106
30287
30288
30289
CHM:109
34292
CHM:206
30345
33100
6W4
Day
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
601
Day
MWF
R
R
602
Day
T
MWF
T
650
Evening
R
T
R
CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CAREERS I
650
Evening
T
R
T
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURE I
601
Day
MWF
650
Evening
MW
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
7pm-7:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
8pm-9:50pm
LH-103
SS-108
SS-205
SW-204
SS-208
SS-205
SS-208
SS-208
SS-205
7pm-7:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
8pm-9:50pm
LH-101
LH-101
SS-205
11am-11:50am
5:30pm-6:45pm
SS-208
SS-208
Credits
Instructor
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
STAFF
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-8/25
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/28-12/19
8/28-8/28
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-8/28
8/23-12/19
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
CHM:207
33101
CHM:210
30360
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURE II
650
Evening
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I
601
Day
30385
602
Type
Day
Credits
Instructor
Day
Time
Location
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
SS-208
T
T
R
R
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-4:20pm
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-4:20pm
SW-204
SS-207
SW-206
SS-207
M
6pm-9:20pm
CS-104
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
SW-207
SW-207
8am-8:50am
8am-8:50am
2pm-3:15pm
2pm-3:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12pm-1:40pm
2pm-3:15pm
2:30pm-3:45pm
9:30am-10:45am
11:15am-12:55pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
HE-124
HE-123
CN-224
CN-227
CS-209
TBA
CN-227
CS-209
BA-202
BA-205
CN-227
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8am-8:50am
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
2pm-3:15pm
2pm-3:15pm
9:30am-12:15pm
9:30am-12:15pm
CN-203
CN-227
CN-203
CN-202
CN-227
CN-225
CN-202
CN-225
CN-204
CN-203
CN-202
CN-204
CN-225
CN-203
CN-202
CN-227
CN-203
CN-202
CN-204
CN-202
CN-204
CN-203
CN-202
CN-225
CN-225
CN-204
CN-202
CN-204
CN-227
CN-202
CN-230
CN-225
CN-202
CN-203
CN-203
CN-204
CN-201
CN-201
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
D Breitwieser
C Smejkal
STAFF
STAFF
C Smejkal
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
D Dufer
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
C Smejkal
STAFF
D Breitwieser
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-10/17
10/19-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
2 cr
STAFF
STAFF
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
Chinese
CHI:101
33971
ELEMENTARY CHINESE I
650
Evening
4 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Civil Engineering Technology
CE:117
30977
STATICS AND STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
601
Day
MW
MW
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
COL:020
33206
33207
33413
33208
33209
33414
33129
33411
33415
34246
33130
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
601
Day
MWF
602
Day
MWF
603
Day
MW
604
Day
MW
605
Day
TR
606
Day
TR
607
Day
TR
608
Day
TR
609
Day
TR
645
Day
TR
650
Evening
MW
Communications
COM:101
30078
33163
32025
32026
30079
33164
30090
30091
30089
30088
30099
30100
30096
30102
30093
33165
30103
30105
35118
30107
30106
35047
30109
30108
33166
30110
30111
30112
30113
32027
33115
33167
30114
32008
32029
32028
33820
33821
ORAL COMMUNICATION I
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
604
Day
606
Day
607
Day
608
Day
609
Day
611
Day
612
Day
613
Day
614
Day
615
Day
616
Day
617
Day
619
Day
621
Day
622
Day
623
Day
624
Day
625
Day
626
Day
627
Day
628
Day
629
Day
630
Day
631
Day
633
Day
635
Day
636
Day
637
Day
639
Day
640
Day
641
Day
642
Day
643
Day
644
Day
645
Day
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
115
Meramec
College Orientation
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Meramec
33168
646
Day
MWF
12pm-1:45pm
CN-230
STAFF
8/23-10/17
30104
647
Day
MWF
12pm-1:45pm
CN-230
STAFF
10/18-12/19
32807
648
Day
T
2pm-4:40pm
CN-225
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32800
649
Day
W
1pm-3:40pm
CN-201
STAFF
8/25-12/19
35194
650
Day
M
1pm-4:10pm
CN-201
C Smejkal
9/13-12/19
35195
656
Day
TR
2pm-3:45pm
CN-202
STAFF
9/14-12/19
34069
693
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CN-204
C Smejkal
8/24-12/19
Honors eligibility required to enroll. Contact an academic advisor for registration approval.
33984
652
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:10pm
CN-204
D Dufer
8/23-12/19
33282
653
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
CN-203
D Hurst
8/24-12/19
30116
654
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
CN-202
D Hurst
8/25-12/19
30117
655
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
CN-204
STAFF
8/26-12/19
31567
681
Weekend
F
6:30pm-9:30pm
CN-227
D Dufer
9/10-10/1
S
9am-4pm
CN-227
9/11-10/2
34476
682
Weekend
F
6:30pm-9:30pm
CN-225
D Hurst
11/19-12/17
S
9am-4pm
CN-225
11/20-12/18
COM:104
PERSUASION
3 cr
30126
6S1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
CN-204
D Dufer
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
30127
6S2
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CN-203
D Dufer
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
30128
6S3
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
CN-203
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
33116
6S4
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CN-203
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
33283
6W5
Online
TBA
NET
D Dufer
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
COM:105
INTERVIEW PROCESS
3 cr
33822
674
Online
TBA
NET
A Grupas
9/20-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Angela Grupas, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7833.
COM:107
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3 cr
30129
601
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
CN-225
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35556
602
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
CN-201
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30130
603
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CN-225
D Sperruzza
8/23-12/19
34429
604
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CN-225
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35555
605
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
CN-225
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34512
606
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CN-227
STAFF
8/24-12/19
33280
607
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CN-225
A Grupas
8/24-12/19
31565
674
Online
TBA
NET
A Grupas
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Angela Grupas, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7833.
35164
675
Online
TBA
NET
A Grupas
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Angela Grupas, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7833.
COM:110
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
3 cr
33284
674
Online
TBA
NET
D Sperruzza
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Denise Sperruzza, at
[email protected] or 314-984-7833.
COM:111
VOICE AND ARTICULATION
3 cr
33823
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CS-210
K Oliver
COM:114
ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE
3 cr
30131
6X1
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CN-201
D Breitwieser
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
30132
6X2
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
CN-230
K Oliver
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
35438
6X3
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CN-227
D Breitwieser
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
COM:120
GENDER COMMUNICATION
3 cr
30133
6W1
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
CN-227
C Smejkal
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30134
6W2
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CN-201
C Smejkal
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32810
6W4
Online
TBA
NET
A Grupas
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Angela Grupas, at [email protected] or 314-984-7833.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
116
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
33117
6W5
Online
TBA
NET
A Grupas
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Angela Grupas, at [email protected] or 314-984-7833.
COM:200
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CULTURES
3 cr
30135
6S1
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CN-230
J Barker
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
30136
6S2
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CN-230
J Barker
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
32897
6WV
Online
TBA
NET
J Barker
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
CRJ:111
RULES OF CRIMINAL EVIDENCE
34338
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CRJ:122
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
32769
601
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-114
31751
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
S Elhoffer
S Elhoffer
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
CRJ:123
JUVENILE JUSTICE
34341
601
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
BA-205
31753
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
R Eilerman
R Eilerman
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
CRJ:124
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURES
3 cr
35353
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
BA-114
K McPherson
8/23-12/19
31755
674
Online
TBA
NET
K McPherson
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
CRJ:207
POLICE SUPERVISION
35356
601
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-114
34340
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
S Elhoffer
S Elhoffer
CRJ:212
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
3 cr
31758
674
Online
TBA
NET
S Elhoffer
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Early Care and Education
ECE:101
34225
32762
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
601
Day
T
680
Weekend
S
2pm-3:20pm
9:30am-12pm
LH-101A
LH-101A
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
32850
674
Online
TBA
NET
L Bjorkgren
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Lynn Bjorkgren, at
[email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
ECE:102
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
3 cr
33108
650
Evening
R
6pm-8:30pm
LH-101A
L Bjorkgren
8/26-12/19
ECE:103
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
3 cr
34305
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
LH-101A
K Olson
8/24-12/19
ECE:107
EARLY CARE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
3 cr
35377
601
Day
MW
2pm-3:25pm
LH-101A
S Brown
8/23-12/19
ECE:108
INFANT, TODDLER AND TWO-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN
3 cr
35378
601
Day
R
9:30am-12pm
LH-101A
B Skosky
8/26-12/19
33535
674
Online
TBA
NET
J Bailey
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instruct Jill Bailey, at [email protected]
ECE:124
CHILD NUTRITION, HEALTH AND SAFETY
3 cr
34306
601
Day
T
9:30am-12pm
LH-101A
L Bjorkgren
32496
674
Online
TBA
NET
L Bjorkgren
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Lynn Bjorkgren, at
[email protected]
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
ECE:125
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I
3 cr
32873
601
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
LH-101A
K Olson
8/23-12/19
33714
674
Online
TBA
NET
K Olson
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Karen Olson, at [email protected]
34311
675
Online
TBA
NET
K Olson
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Karen Olson, at [email protected]
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
117
Meramec
Criminal Justice
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
ECE:126
35376
ECE:201
32874
ECE:202
33539
ECE:203
33727
ECE:206
33728
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT II
601
Day
M
MATH AND SCIENCE IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
601
Day
W
MOVEMENT AND MUSIC IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
650
Evening
T
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM I
640
Day
M
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM II
671
Day
T
Type
Day
Time
Location
9:30am-12pm
LH-101A
9:30am-12pm
LH-101A
6:30pm-9pm
HE-123
3:30pm-5pm
LH-101A
3:30pm-5pm
LH-101A
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
L Bjorkgren
3 cr
P Hotze
3 cr
K Olson
3 cr
STAFF
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/17-12/31
Economics
Meramec
ECO:140
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
30209
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-116
30210
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-122
30211
603
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-122
30212
604
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-116
33855
6W1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-116
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33856
6W2
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-122
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33857
6W3
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-122
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33858
6W4
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-116
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30213
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
BA-116
33859
6WA
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
BA-116
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Kummer
D Kummer
P Korst
D Sanders
D Kummer
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
D Kummer
8/23-12/19
D Korst
8/24-12/19
D Sanders
8/24-12/19
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
ECO:151
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
30214
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-124
30215
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-124
30216
603
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-107
30217
604
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-107
30220
605
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-124
30221
606
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-124
30222
607
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-107
30218
646
Day
MW
2pm-3:40pm
SO-107
33860
6W1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33861
6W2
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33862
6W3
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33863
6W4
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33864
6W5
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33865
6W6
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33867
6W7
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30223
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
SO-107
35492
651
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-116
30406
670
Evening
TR
7pm-9:45pm
BA-116
33868
6WA
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
T Wodajo
T Wodajo
D Kummer
T Wodajo
S Schamber
S Schamber
S Schamber
B Korbesmeyer
T Wodajo
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
T Wodajo
8/23-12/19
D Kummer
8/23-12/19
T Wodajo
8/23-12/19
S Schamber
8/24-12/19
S Schamber
8/24-12/19
S Schamber
8/24-12/19
STAFF
S Schamber
A Diekmann
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/23-12/19
ECO:152
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
32402
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-107
30228
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-107
30229
603
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-124
32829
604
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
BA-124
30230
605
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-107
30231
606
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-107
32403
607
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-124
33316
646
Day
TR
2pm-3:40pm
SO-107
33869
6W1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
G Hafer
G Hafer
D Sanders
D Sanders
E Nielsen
E Nielsen
T Wodajo
T Wodajo
G Hafer
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
33870
6W2
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33871
6W3
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33872
6W4
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33873
6W5
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33874
6W6
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-107
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33875
6W7
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30233
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-124
30407
671
Evening
TR
7pm-9:50pm
BA-124
33876
6WA
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-124
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
Credits
Instructor
Dates
G Hafer
8/23-12/19
D Sanders
8/23-12/19
D Sanders
8/23-12/19
E Nielsen
8/24-12/19
E Nielsen
8/24-12/19
T Wodajo
8/24-12/19
M Arnold
A Diekmann
G Hafer
8/23-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
EDU:120
ART FOR CHILDREN
3 cr
33800
601
Day
F
9am-11:30am
LH-101A
K Hizer
8/27-12/19
EDU:210
TEACHING PROFESSION WITH FIELD EXPERIENCE
3 cr
34106
601
Day
MW
12pm-12:50pm
SO-108
STAFF
8/23-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local schools is required.
34107
602
Day
R
2pm-3:50pm
BA-114
K Hizer
8/26-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local schools is required.
34972
650
Evening
M
7pm-8:50pm
SO-232
STAFF
8/23-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local schools is required.
EDU:211
31088
34971
EDU:218
33517
33518
EDU:219
34319
EDU:227
34104
34105
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
601
Day
TR
650
Evening
T
TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
601
Day
TR
602
Day
MW
EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
601
Day
TR
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
601
Day
TR
650
Evening
W
2pm-3:15pm
7pm-9:50pm
SO-205
SO-232
9:30am-10:45am
2pm-3:15pm
BA-203
BA-203
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-114
9:30am-10:45am
7pm-9:40pm
SO-108
SO-112
3 cr
A Cruz
STAFF
3 cr
A Cruz
A Cruz
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
K Hizer
K Hizer
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Emergency Medical Technology
EMT:121
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES, AND TECHNIQUES
3 cr
31425
69A
Evening
TR
6pm-10pm
OFF CAMPUS
N Corley
8/23-12/19
There is a prerequisite of American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Healthcare Providers. An additional fee of $55 will be added to the
maintenance fee. 48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom time.
Engineering Science
ESC:100
30985
ESC:101
30986
ESC:200
32016
ESC:203
31007
ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND DESIGN
601
Day
MW
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
601
Day
MW
ENGINEERING CIRCUITS I
650
Evening
M
W
M
ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
601
Day
MW
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
2pm-3:50pm
SW-202
8/23-12/19
12:30pm-1:45pm
SW-202
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:45pm
SW-202
SW-202
SW-202
10:35am-11:50am
SW-202
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-122
1 cr
R Winter
8/23-12/19
CN-122
R Winter
8/23-12/19
CN-122
1 cr
R Winter
8/23-12/19
CN-122
R Winter
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
English
ENG:003
SENTENCE COMBINING
30600
601
Day
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
30601
650
Evening
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
ENG:004
GRAMMAR REVIEW
30652
601
Day
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
30654
650
Evening
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Meramec
Education
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
CN-122
1 cr
R Winter
8/23-12/19
CN-122
R Winter
8/23-12/19
CN-122
1 cr
R Winter
8/23-12/19
CN-122
R Winter
8/23-12/19
HE-127
1 cr
C Watson
8/24-12/19
ENG:014
ESL: ACADEMIC LISTENING COMPREHENSION
32275
601
Day
TBA
See ESL specialist, Carole Watson in CN-208 or call 314-984-7462 to register.
CN-124
1 cr
C Watson
8/23-12/19
ENG:016
ESL: GRAMMAR REVIEW FOR NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS
32592
601
Day
TBA
See ESL specialist, Carole Watson in CN-208 or call 314-984-7462 to register.
CN-122
1 cr
C Watson
8/23-12/19
ENG:017
ESL: WRITING SKILLS
32241
601
Day
TBA
See ESL specialist, Carole Watson in CN-208 or call 314-984-7462 to register.
CN-122
1 cr
C Watson
8/23-12/19
Type
Day
Time
ENG:006
WRITING EFFECTIVE PARAGRAPHS
30687
601
Day
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
30688
650
Evening
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
ENG:007
BUSINESS WRITING REVIEW
32407
601
Day
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
32408
650
Evening
TBA
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7570.
ENG:013
ESL: ACADEMIC ENGLISH PREP
32276
601
Day
T
See ESL specialist, Carole Watson in CN-208 or call 314-984-7462 to register.
Meramec
ENG:020
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
30690
601
Day
MWF
32061
602
Day
MWF
30709
603
Day
MWF
30713
604
Day
MWF
30712
605
Day
MWF
30718
606
Day
TR
35017
607
Day
TR
35056
608
Day
MWF
34245
645
Day
MWF
ENG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
30785
601
Day
MWF
30801
602
Day
MWF
30789
603
Day
MWF
32208
604
Day
MWF
30806
605
Day
MWF
30804
606
Day
MWF
32083
607
Day
MWF
30807
608
Day
MW
30808
609
Day
TR
30816
610
Day
TR
30818
611
Day
MWF
30821
612
Day
TR
30819
613
Day
TR
34196
614
Day
MWF
34197
615
Day
TR
34243
617
Day
TR
35057
618
Day
MWF
35123
619
Day
MWF
35124
620
Day
MWF
35211
646
Day
MF
30829
650
Evening
MW
ENG:050
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS I
32085
601
Day
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
30921
650
Evening
MW
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
ENG:051
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS I
30922
601
Day
MWF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
32086
650
Evening
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
6pm-6:50pm
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
8am-9:15am
8am-9:15am
8am-8:50am
11:15am-12:20pm
BA-112
HE-127
CS-119
CS-119
HE-127
HE-127
BA-205
BA-112
BA-205
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
8am-9:15am
9:30am-10:45am
12pm-12:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
8am-8:50am
8am-9:15am
9:30am-11:05am
8am-8:50am
8am-8:50am
1pm-1:50pm
11am-12:35pm
7pm-8:15pm
CN-221
CN-221
CN-221
CN-221
CN-221
BA-112
CN-225
CN-221
CN-221
CN-221
BA-202
CN-224
CN-221
CS-209
CS-119
BA-205
BA-116
BA-216
BA-203
AS-204
CN-227
9:30am-12:20pm
HE-127
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
6 cr
STAFF
6pm-8:45pm
HE-127
STAFF
8/23-12/19
11am-11:50am
CS-210
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
7pm-8:15pm
CS-210
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
ENG:053
LISTENING AND NOTE-TAKING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
31903
601
Day
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
35048
602
Day
MWF
30923
650
Evening
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
ENG:060
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS II
31898
601
Day
MWF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
30924
602
Day
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
32087
650
Evening
MW
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
ENG:061
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS II
33110
601
Day
MWF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
31901
602
Day
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
30925
650
Evening
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
34213
651
Evening
TR
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
9:30am-10:45am
CS-210
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
7:45am-8:50am
5:30pm-6:45pm
HE-127
SO-112
STAFF
STAFF
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8am-9:50am
CS-210
6 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
2pm-4:45pm
HE-127
STAFF
8/24-12/19
6pm-8:45pm
CS-119
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8am-8:50am
CN-230
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
11am-12:15pm
SO-112
STAFF
8/24-12/19
7pm-8:15pm
CN-224
STAFF
8/24-12/19
7pm-8:35pm
CN-128
STAFF
9/14-12/19
CS-119
CN-224
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
ENG:062
SPOKEN COMMUNICATION AND PRONUNCIATION FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
33765
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
30926
650
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
ENG:070
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
3 cr
32889
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
HE-127
STAFF
Permission required, contact an academic advisor. Concurrent enrollment in ENG:205 section 601 is required. See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
32090
602
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
HE-127
STAFF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
34211
603
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CN-128
STAFF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
30928
650
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
HE-127
STAFF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
33466
651
Evening
W
6pm-8:50pm
CS-210
STAFF
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
ENG:080
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
3 cr
34400
601
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CN-221
STAFF
8/24-12/19
34975
602
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
AS-108
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35166
603
Day
TR
8am-9:45am
HE-232
STAFF
9/14-12/19
ENG:101
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
3 cr
30932
601
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30934
602
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30935
603
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
BA-122
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32695
604
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SO-109
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30936
605
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is a Service Learning class. Contact Donna Halsband, Academic Service Learning coordinator, at [email protected] or 314-984-7893 for more information.
30937
606
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30942
607
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-204
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30946
609
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is a Service Learning class. Contact Donna Halsband, Academic Service Learning coordinator, at [email protected] or 314-984-7893 for more information.
30949
610
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CS-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32693
611
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CN-224
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30958
612
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30952
613
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
CS-206
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32694
614
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30955
615
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
BA-116
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32963
616
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CN-224
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30950
617
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32264
618
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CS-119
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30953
619
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
CN-221
STAFF
8/23-12/19
See ESL staff in CN-208 for placement.
30947
620
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30957
621
Day
MW
3:30pm-4:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30959
622
Day
TR
6:30am-7:45am
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30967
623
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CN-228
STAFF
8/24-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Meramec
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Meramec
33720
624
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30961
626
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
BA-116
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30966
627
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30968
628
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Permission required, conct the ESL specialist in CN-208.
30993
629
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32696
630
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
BA-118
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32262
631
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30992
632
Day
TR
2:30pm-3:45pm
SO-111
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32263
633
Day
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
CN-226
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32265
634
Day
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
34198
635
Day
MW
8am-9:15am
BA-114
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34199
636
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CS-206
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35018
637
Day
TR
11:30am-12:45pm
HE-134
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35019
638
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
BA-212
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35055
639
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CS-211
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35125
640
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-112
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35126
641
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35127
642
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
CS-119
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34166
646
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
CS-119
STAFF
8/24-12/19
34169
648
Evening
MW
7:15pm-8:50pm
SW-206
STAFF
9/13-12/19
31002
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31004
651
Evening
MW
7:30pm-8:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31003
652
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
31005
653
Evening
TR
7:30pm-8:45pm
CN-125
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35295
654
Evening
MW
5pm-6:50pm
BA-202
STAFF
10/4-12/19
32232
680
Weekend
S
9am-11:45am
CN-125
STAFF
8/28-12/19
34402
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the English department at 314-984-7543.
34404
675
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the English department at 314-984-7543.
ENG:102
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
3 cr
31195
6WA
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
CN-221
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31196
6WB
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
BA-208
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33460
6WD
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CS-119
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31203
6WF
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-109
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31205
6WG
Day
MW
3:30pm-4:45pm
CN-128
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32498
6WH
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SO-109
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32623
6WI
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-112
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32624
6WJ
Day
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
SO-112
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31199
6X1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 and before taking this course.
31200
6X2
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 and before taking this course.
31209
6X4
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SO-112
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 and before taking this course.
33459
6XC
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-108
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 and before taking this course.
31202
6XE
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 and before taking this course.
31211
6WK
Evening
T
7pm-9:45pm
SO-109
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. This section is a Service Learning class. Contact Donna
Halsband, Academic Service Learning coordinator, at [email protected] or 314-984-7893 for more information.
32135
6WN
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
CN-221
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34405
6WM
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the English department at 314-984-7543.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
ENG:103
REPORT WRITING
31267
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:45pm
ENG:104
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
31281
693
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
Honors eligibility required to enroll, contact an academic advisor for registration approval.
32933
694
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
Honors eligibility required to enroll, contact an academic advisor for registration approval.
Location
Credits
Instructor
CN-224
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
CS-119
STAFF
CN-221
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
ENG:105
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
3 cr
31290
6XA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CN-224
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Honors eligibility required to enroll, contact an academic advisor for registration approval.This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students
complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ENG:114
WRITING PLAYS AND FILMSCRIPTS
33772
6WA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-109
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/24-12/19
ENG:201
INTRODUCTION TO FICTION
3 cr
31299
6XA
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
SO-109
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
32900
6WA
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the English department at 314-984-7543.
ENG:202
INTRODUCTION TO POETRY AND PLAYS
3 cr
31315
6XA
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-109
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ENG:205
AMERICAN LITERATURE BETWEEN 1865 AND 1945
3 cr
32888
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-109
STAFF
Permission required, contact an academic advisor. Concurrent enrollment in ENG:070 section 601 is required.
31332
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-109
STAFF
32616
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
ENG:207
HUMOR IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
3 cr
33396
6XA
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
SO-109
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
ENG:211
BRITISH LITERATURE AFTER 1800
3 cr
33489
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
ENG:213
THE SHORT NOVEL
33111
6WA
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-112
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
ENG:215
POPULAR LITERATURE: FANTASY AND HORROR
3 cr
33771
601
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-109
STAFF
ENG:224
FICTION WRITING
3 cr
33398
6X1
Day
MW
3:30pm-4:45pm
CN-227
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
ENG:225
POETRY WRITING
3 cr
31666
6X1
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-221
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
ENG:226
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
3 cr
32920
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
ENG:228
STUDIES IN LITERATURE
3 cr
32010
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
ENG:230
ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE
3 cr
33561
6W7
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-10/17
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Wil Loy at [email protected] or 314-984-7543.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Meramec
ENG:110
CREATIVE WRITING
3 cr
31291
6WA
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SO-109
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31292
6WB
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-109
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32836
6WC
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
SO-109
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32009
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
ENG:231
WORLD LITERATURE
3 cr
34407
6W3
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-224
STAFF
8/24-12/19
Honors eligibility required to enroll, contact an academic advisor for registration approval. This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101
or ENG:104 before taking this course.
32837
6WA
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the English department at 314-984-7543.
ENG:233
WRITING CREATIVE NONFICTION
3 cr
33552
6X1
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
BA-116
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ENG:592
34408
8/24-12/19
STUDENT LITERARY MANUSCRIPT EDITING
601
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-203
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
PERSONAL FINANCE
601
Day
650
Evening
TR
T
11am-12:15pm
7pm-9:40pm
BA-122
BA-118
3 cr
M Tulley
M Tulley
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
TR
TR
9am-10:40am
1pm-2:40pm
CS-209
BA-112
MW
1pm-2:40pm
CS-209
MW
9am-10:40am
CS-209
Finance
FIN:100
33601
33317
French
Meramec
FRE:101
31840
34850
FRE:102
31373
FRE:201
31374
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
601
Day
602
Day
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
601
Day
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
601
Day
4 cr
L Day
L Day
4 cr
L Day
4 cr
L Day
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Geography
GEG:100
REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY: THE EASTERN WORLD
3 cr
30387
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SS-208
STAFF
GEG:101
REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY: THE WESTERN WORLD
3 cr
30396
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:50pm
SW-106
STAFF
GEG:103
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
3 cr
30400
603
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SW-106
J Dorsch
30398
6X1
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SW-106
J Dorsch
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Geology
GEO:100
EARTH SCIENCE
3 cr
30402
602
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SW-207
C Campbell
8/23-12/19
30408
603
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SW-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30409
604
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SW-106
C Campbell
8/23-12/19
34164
646
Day
TR
2:30pm-4:05pm
SW-206
C Campbell
9/13-12/19
30401
6S1
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
SW-106
C Campbell
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
30411
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
SW-106
STAFF
8/23-12/19
33121
674
Online
S
NET
J Schneider
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Joe Schneider at [email protected] or 314-984-7419.
GEO:103
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
30453
601
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SW-207
GEO:104
PREHISTORIC LIFE
33124
6S1
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SW-106
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
C Campbell
GEO:111
30454
5 cr
J Dorsch
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
601
Day
This section includes a one-day field trip TBA.
30455
602
Day
MWF
TR
9am-9:50am
9:30am-10:45am
SW-106
SW-106
MWF
TR
11am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
SW-106
SW-106
J Dorsch
This section includes a one-day field trip TBA.
30456
6SA
Evening
R
7pm-9:50pm
SW-106
STAFF
T
7pm-9:50pm
SW-106
This section includes a one-day field trip TBA. This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
GEO:113
30457
OCEANOGRAPHY
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SW-207
3 cr
C Campbell
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Credits
Instructor
Day
Time
Location
Dates
TR
TR
9am-10:40am
6pm-7:40pm
CS-204
CS-204
TR
11am-12:40pm
BA-112
TR
1pm-2:40pm
CS-204
TR
1pm-2:40pm
CS-204
4 cr
G Sherman
STAFF
4 cr
G Sherman
4 cr
G Sherman
4 cr
G Sherman
OFF CAMPUS
3 cr
M Fuller
8/16-12/31
3 cr
S Lemons
R Lee
R Lee
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
R Lee
8/23-12/19
German
GER:101
31375
35441
GER:102
31376
GER:201
31377
GER:202
31378
ELEMENTARY GERMAN I
601
Day
650
Evening
ELEMENTARY GERMAN II
601
Day
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
601
Day
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II
601
Day
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Global Education
GLE:101
35065
GLOBAL EDUCATION STUDIES
690
Taught Abroad
TBA
HST:100
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION
30908
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-108
30909
602
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-232
33515
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34459
675
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
HST:101
AMERICAN HISTORY I
3 cr
30911
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-105
S Lemons
8/23-12/19
30910
602
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SO-105
R Lee
8/24-12/19
33496
604
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-105
J Hughes
8/24-12/19
34165
646
Day
TR
4:15pm-5:50pm
SW-206
STAFF
9/14-12/19
34202
647
Day
MW
8am-9:50am
SO-206
R Lee
9/13-12/19
34969
648
Day
MW
5pm-6:35pm
SO-205
STAFF
9/13-12/19
35198
649
Day
MW
4pm-5:35pm
SO-108
STAFF
9/13-12/19
32424
6W1
Day
T
3:30pm-6:10pm
SO-206
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30914
651
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SO-232
STAFF
8/26-12/19
30913
6WA
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SO-205
STAFF
8/25-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33035
674
Online
TBA
NET
K Blalock
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kay Blalock, at [email protected] or
314-984-7988.
33499
675
Online
TBA
NET
K Blalock
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kay Blalock, at [email protected] or
314-984-7988.
HST:102
AMERICAN HISTORY II
3 cr
31034
601
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SO-232
S Lemons
8/23-12/19
31035
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
LH-102
S Collins
8/23-12/19
31036
603
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-205
S Collins
8/23-12/19
31037
605
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SO-232
S Lemons
8/24-12/19
31038
606
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-205
J Hughes
8/24-12/19
31973
607
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-108
K Voss
8/24-12/19
34171
646
Day
TR
2pm-3:40pm
CS-104
STAFF
9/14-12/19
35276
647
Evening
MW
5:05pm-6:40pm
AS-204
STAFF
9/13-12/19
33500
674
Online
TBA
NET
K Blalock
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kay Blalock, at [email protected] or
314-984-7988.
33502
675
Online
TBA
NET
K Blalock
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kay Blalock, at [email protected] or
314-984-7988.
HST:105
33036
32070
HST:107
33348
HST:115
31042
HST:117
31043
HST:119
31044
U.S. IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
601
Day
602
Day
HISTORY OF BLACK AMERICA
601
Day
ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL HERITAGE
601
Day
EARLY MODERN EUROPE
601
Day
THE MODERN WORLD
601
Day
MWF
TR
12pm-12:50pm
9:30am-10:45am
LH-104
LH-101
TR
11am-12:15pm
LH-102
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-232
MWF
11am-12:50pm
SO-206
MWF
11am-12:50pm
SO-206
3 cr
S Collins
S Collins
3 cr
S Collins
3 cr
K Blalock
3 cr
K Voss
3 cr
K Voss
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
Meramec
History
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
HST:138
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY II
3 cr
33490
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
HST:139
BRITISH HISTORY
3 cr
32924
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/16-12/31
HST:207
AMERICA IN VIETNAM
3 cr
33199
601
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-232
R Lee
32011
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
Horticulture
HRT:101
30943
30948
INTRODUCTORY HORTICULTURE
601
Day
Meramec
650
Evening
HRT:102
35497
SOILS
650
Evening
HRT:104
35498
LANDSCAPE DESIGN I
601
Day
35499
650
Evening
35500
651
Evening
TR
W
M
T
12:30pm-1:50pm
12pm-1:50pm
6:30pm-9:20pm
5:30pm-7:20pm
SW-103
SS-107
LH-102
SS-107
M
M
5:30pm-7:30pm
7:40pm-9:20pm
SS-107
SS-107
M
M
M
M
T
T
8am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
5:30pm-7:20pm
7:30pm-9:20pm
5:30pm-7:20pm
7:30pm-9:20pm
SW-103
SW-103
SW-103
SW-103
SW-103
SW-103
HRT:105
COOPERATIVE HORTICULTURE I
30960
601
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator, Paul Roberts, at [email protected]
HRT:110
32405
HRT:112
35501
HRT:130
35502
HRT:201
35504
35505
HRT:206
30973
32071
HRT:227
32397
HRT:230
32220
32221
FUNDAMENTALS OF HORTICULTURE
670
Evening
T
PLANT IDENTIFICATION: ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS
670
Evening
M
PRINCIPLES OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN
670
Evening
M
TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT
601
Day
F
F
650
Evening
R
R
ORNAMENTAL PLANTS - TREES AND VINES
601
Day
R
R
650
Evening
R
R
PLANT PEST MANAGEMENT
650
Evening
W
W
ORNAMENTAL PLANTS: HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS
601
Day
W
650
Evening
W
OFF CAMPUS
6pm-7:50pm
SW-204
6pm-7:50pm
SS-106
6pm-7:50pm
SS-106
8am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
5:30pm-7:20pm
7:30pm-9:20pm
SW-103
SS-107
SS-107
SS-107
8am-9:50am
10am-11:50am
5:30pm-7:20pm
7:30pm-9:20pm
SW-103
SS-107
SW-103
SS-105
5:30pm-8:20pm
8:30pm-10:20pm
SS-107
SS-107
8am-10:50am
5:30pm-8:20pm
SW-103
SW-103
4 cr
P Roberts
D Billman
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
P Roberts
J Pence
T Milne
1 cr
P Roberts
1 cr
P Roberts
1 cr
M O'Connell
1 cr
M O'Connell
3 cr
P Roberts
P Gray
3 cr
P Roberts
D Billman
4 cr
D Billman
3 cr
M O'Connell
M O'Connell
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
Human Services
HMS:100
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
3 cr
31092
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
CS-211
J Osler
31093
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Clifton Glore at [email protected]
HMS:101
34738
HMS:102
32851
HMS:201
32642
HUMAN SERVICES: THEORIES AND SKILLS
601
Day
MWF
HUMAN SERVICES: POLICY AND POLITICS
650
Evening
R
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HUMAN SERVICES I
601
Arranged
TBA
12pm-12:50pm
BA-112
7pm-9:40pm
SO-206
OFF CAMPUS
3 cr
J Osler
3 cr
R Smith
3 cr
J Osler
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
HMS:202
WORKPLACE LEARNING: HUMAN SERVICES II
32159
650
Arranged
TBA
HMS:203
HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM SEMINAR I
31094
650
Evening
W
Concurrent enrollment in HMS:201 required.
HMS:204
HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM SEMINAR II
31095
650
Evening
W
Concurrent enrollment in HMS:202 required.
HMS:205
31096
CRISIS INTERVENTION
650
Evening
T
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
7pm-9:40pm
CS-104
3 cr
J Osler
3 cr
K Wantz
7pm-9:40pm
CS-104
3 cr
K Wantz
8/25-12/19
7pm-9:40pm
CS-104
3 cr
C Magueja
8/24-12/19
11am-12:50pm
LH-104
5:30pm-6:45pm
SO-232
2pm-4:40pm
BA-114
OFF CAMPUS
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
Humanities
HUM:101
30894
HUM:113
34265
HUM:115
32015
HUMANITIES I
601
Day
TR
INTRODUCTION TO IRISH STUDIES
650
Evening
TR
LIFE AND DEATH DURING THE NAZI ERA
601
Day
T
4 cr
J Campbell
3 cr
K Blalock
3 cr
R Kalfus
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
IRT:138
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED TRANSCRIPTION
3 cr
34313
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-203
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
33972
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Craig Chott at [email protected] or at 314-984-7276.
IRT:140
LEGAL TERMINOLOGY
3 cr
32838
674
Online
TBA
NET
B Bee
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Beth Bee, at [email protected]
IRT:142
EDITING OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS
3 cr
32839
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433.
IRT:150
LITERARY I
3 cr
32840
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
IRT:169
34080
INFORMATION REPORTING I
3 cr
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-203
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
Orientation
M
6pm
SO-105
8/16-8/16
34082
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
Orientation
M
6pm
SO-105
8/16-8/16
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433.
IRT:171
INFORMATION REPORTING III
3 cr
34314
650
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
BA-202
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
34083
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
IRT:172
INFORMATION REPORTING IV
3 cr
34084
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
IRT:173
INFORMATION REPORTING V
3 cr
34085
650
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
BA-205
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Students in this class may expect to incur additional costs for the web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
34316
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
IRT:174
INFORMATION REPORTING VI
3 cr
34086
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-205
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
34317
674
Online
TBA
NET
M Lange
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
127
Meramec
Information Reporting Tecnology
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
IRT:250
LITERARY II
3 cr
34318
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
IRT:251
LITERARY III
3 cr
32842
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Patti Ziegler, at [email protected] or
314-984-7433. Students may incur additional costs for the Web-based Internet practice and testing service, Realtime Coach.
IRT:253
34180
WORKPLACE LEARNING: JUDICIAL REPORTING
639
Arranged
TBA
T
5:30pm-6:30pm
Permission required, contact Patti Ziegler at [email protected] or 314-984-7433.
IRT:254
34095
WORKPLACE LEARNING: CART REPORTING
639
Arranged
TBA
T
5:30pm-6:30pm
Permission required, contact Patti Ziegler at [email protected] or 314-984-7433.
IRT:255
34096
Meramec
WORKPLACE LEARNING: CAPTIONING REPORTING
639
Arranged
TBA
T
5:30pm-6:30pm
Permission required, contact Patti Ziegler at [email protected] or 314-984-7433.
OFF CAMPUS
BA-205
OFF CAMPUS
BA-205
OFF CAMPUS
BA-205
1 cr
P Ziegler
1 cr
P Ziegler
1 cr
P Ziegler
8/23-12/19
8/31-8/31
8/23-12/19
8/31-8/31
8/23-12/19
8/31-8/31
Information Systems
IS:101
KEYBOARDING
1 cr
601
Day
T
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-202
M Quinn
602
Evening
T
5:30pm-6:45pm
BA-202
M Quinn
IS:102
KEYBOARDING AND FORMATTING
3 cr
32388
601
Day
MW
8:30am-9:50am
BA-202
A Fricks
33610
602
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-202
A Fricks
IS:103
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
3 cr
30683
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
BA-203
G Sibbitts
30685
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-203
R Miller
30686
603
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-203
R Miller
30698
604
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SW-202
R Miller
30693
640
Day
TR
11am-1:30pm
BA-208
S Larson
35249
641
Day
MW
2pm-4:50pm
BA-208
STAFF
33233
646
Day
TR
2pm-3:40pm
BA-212
R Miller
33879
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
BA-212
G Sibbitts
32446
674
Online
TBA
NET
J Mercer
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
34902
676
Online
TBA
NET
J Mercer
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
32387
35214
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
3 cr
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-202
J Mercer
640
Day
MWF
10am-11:50am
BA-202
G Sibbitts
IS:110
PROGRAM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
30711
602
Day
TR
2pm-3:25pm
BA-202
J Mercer
35469
641
Day
MWF
10am-11:50am
BA-202
G Sibbitts
IS:112
SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE CONCEPTS
3 cr
30716
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
8/24-9/21
10/5-11/2
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
IS:107
34393
34094
IS:123
INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS
30944
601
Day
Windows Vista will be taught.
30892
602
Day
Windows Vista will be taught.
IS:129
EXCEL FOR WINDOWS
30956
601
Day
Microsoft Office 2007 - Excel will be taught.
8/24-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
R
4pm-6:40pm
BA-208
1 cr
STAFF
9/30-10/28
F
9am-11:40am
BA-208
STAFF
11/5-12/10
30889
641
Day
TR
11am-1:30pm
BA-208
S Larson
Windows Vista will be taught.
30904
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
Windows Vista will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
IS:125
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
TR
11am-1:30pm
BA-208
HTML
30974
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
BA-208
33416
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
8/23-9/26
2 cr
S Larson
11/9-12/16
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/27
11/1-12/12
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
128
10/21-11/4
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
IS:130
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE SUPPORT
640
Day
TR
2pm-4:40pm
BA-210
671
Evening
MW
7pm-9:40pm
BA-210
IS:132
WINDOWS-INTERMEDIATE TOPICS
32653
674
Online
TBA
11am-11:50am
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33887
30975
IS:139
IS:141
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
R Bullock
S Calicutt
1 cr
STAFF
WEB PUBLISHING
3 cr
31544
695
Evening/Hybrid
M
5:30pm-6:50pm
BA-208
STAFF
Dreamweaver will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Dates
8/24-10/17
10/18-12/19
9/27-10/31
10/4-12/12
GRAPHICS FOR THE WEB
3 cr
674
Online
TBA
NET
M Hvatum
8/23-12/19
Orientation
R
5:30pm-6:30pm
BA-212
8/26-8/26
Adobe Photoshop CS4 and Flash CS4 will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
IS:151
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS
4 cr
33417
601
Day
MW
12pm-1:50pm
BA-208
R Miller
8/23-12/19
Microsoft Office 2007 - Suite will be taught.
32389
674
Online
TBA
NET
G Sibbitts
8/23-12/19
Microsoft Office 2007 - Suite will be taught. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS
department at 314-984-7519.
IS:202
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FIELD WORK
31025
639
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
IS:205
IS:215
TBA
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
4 cr
32394
650
Evening
M
7pm-10:10pm
BA-212
STAFF
32395
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
INTRODUCTION TO LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
3 cr
35470
641
Day
TR
2pm-4:40pm
BA-125
C Chott
31026
674
Online
TBA
NET
C Chott
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
10/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
IS:217
NETWORK PERFORMANCE MONITORING
650
Evening
T
IS:218
NETWORK INTERNSHIP
31028
639
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
31027
7pm-9:40pm
BA-125
BA-207
3 cr
D Corson
3 cr
C Chott
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
IS:225
DATABASE MANAGEMENT
3 cr
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
BA-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
IS:229
UNIX/LINUX
3 cr
32178
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
BA-209
M Hvatum
8/24-12/19
31127
651
Evening
R
7pm-9:45pm
BA-209
STAFF
8/26-12/19
IS:235
NETWORK DESIGN AND INSTALLATION
3 cr
31131
695
Evening/Hybrid
R
7pm-8:20pm
BA-125
C Chott
8/26-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Craig Chott at [email protected] or 314-984-7276.
31029
IS:236
NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
31133
695
Evening/Hybrid
MW
7pm-8:20pm
BA-125
C Chott
8/23-10/17
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Craig Chott at [email protected] or 314-984-7276.
IS:239
ROUTER ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
32678
695
Evening/Hybrid
MW
7pm-8:20pm
BA-125
C Chott
10/18-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact Craig Chott at [email protected] or 314-984-7276.
IS:241
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
35472
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
JAVA PROGRAMMING
3 cr
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
CN-126
STAFF
IS:256
C++ PROGRAMMING
3 cr
34020
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
BA-212
S Kane
IS:272
ORACLE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
32179
695
Evening/Hybrid
M
7pm-9:40pm
BA-202
J Mercer
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the IS department at 314-984-7519.
8/23-12/19
IS:251
31139
IS:291
WORKPLACE LEARNING: INFORMATION SYSTEMS
32971
639
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator, Aldene Fricks, at 314-984-7818.
TBA
3 cr
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
129
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
Meramec
32849
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDS:101
CORNERSTONE
3 cr
33808
601
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
SO-232
S Reno
8/23-12/19
Brave New World: Exploring Values Through Speculative Fiction and Film will explore values from multiple perspectives as presented in science fiction. Through
short fiction, novels, and film, the class will compare the contrast different value systems and develop students understanding of their own values. Such works as Ender's
Game, Reason, and Gattaca and authors such as Robert A. Heinlein, Ursula K. LeGuin, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., and Isaac Asimov will be read.
33188
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-212
M Hvatum
8/23-12/19
Computer Games and the Lessons They Teach. Through reading, discussion, hands-on research and written work students will consider the computer games and the
lessons they teach. Students will methodically analyze computer games and describe their plot, themes, artistic sense, background music, and Weltanschauung and derive the
lessons and values promulgated by each game. Students will consider the powerful immersive environments created by games and analyze the psychological factors that
make them so seductive and compelling.
32801
606
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
BA-212
M Hvatum
8/24-12/19
Computer Hackers and Their Effects on Society. Students will consider the effect computer hackers and social engineers have on society through reading, discussions,
hands-on research and written work. Students will read about hackers and their dangerous exploits and study techniques used to protect against them. Students will consider
the ethics of hacking and social engineering and their impact on acquiring, processing, storing, disseminating, using, and trusting information.
32844
608
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-204
M Burke
8/24-12/19
William Shakespeare and Film explores the kinds of choices made by writers and producers in presenting Shakespeare's work on the screen. The course will examine four
plays (such as Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, and Hamlet) comparing the texts and selected film versions, and examine the kinds of values such
productions exhibit. Students will write several papers and complete a creative project.
Meramec
32962
609
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-108
E Liebman
8/24-12/19
A Clash of Cultures. One thing that a general education should teach us is that few problems have simple solutions. The Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center showed
us that different cultures have very different attitudes and beliefs and few problems are any more difficult to resolve than those that involve these often opposing viewpoints.
So how do we make sense of it all? Because we live in a country that is becoming increasingly diverse, how do we look at these conflicts between and among cultures and
determine what is a good and right course of action when we are faced with such dilemmas? Students will look at current examples of clashes in culture. We will try to
understand historical, cultural and ethical belief systems in order to clarify and develop our own value system. We will learn to identify multiple perspectives, recognize bias
(even our own) and to articulate the nature of these cultural conflicts.
32964
610
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-204
E Liebman
8/23-12/19
A Clash of Cultures. One thing that a general education should teach us is that few problems have simple solutions. The Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center showed
us that different cultures have very different attitudes and beliefs and few problems are any more difficult to resolve than those that involve these often opposing viewpoints.
So how do we make sense of it all? Because we live in a country that is becoming increasingly diverse, how do we look at these conflicts between and among cultures and
determine what is a good and right course of action when we are faced with such dilemmas? Students will look at current examples of clashes in culture. We will try to
understand historical, cultural and ethical belief systems in order to clarify and develop our own value system. We will learn to identify multiple perspectives, recognize bias
(even our own) and to articulate the nature of these cultural conflicts.
33809
612
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
BA-120
C Epperson
8/23-12/19
Evil and the Human Condition examines various perspectives on the problem of evil in human experience. We will explore the contributions the behavioral sciences have
offered to explain and account for destructiveness and cruelty in human behavior.
33690
614
Day
F
1pm-3:50pm
BA-114
D Halsband
8/27-12/19
Citizens and Leaders: Leadership in the 21st Century will focus upon leaders, citizens and leadership theory. Students will study the relationships between leaders and
citizens in society and the social and political effects of varying approaches toward leadership. Care will be taken to apply leadership theory and analysis toward profiles of
contemporary leadership. To enroll in this IDS:101 section students must be willing to provide their own transportation to four or more community agencies where
instructional activities will take place during the semester. For additional information, contact Donna Halsband at [email protected] or 314-984-7893.
34336
615
Day
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
BA-118
K Olson
8/24-12/19
Poverty, Children, and Families will introduce students to historical and contemporary experiences of children and families living in poverty. Students will learn about the
outcomes of poverty and recent attempts to reduce and ameliorate its effects. Students will have opportunities to practice writing and critical thinking skills and to analyze
how beliefs and biases about poverty are socially constructed. Additionally, students will confront poverty directly by working with agencies that serve the needs of poor
children and families by engaging in a service learning project.
34881
618
Day
MW
2:30pm-3:45pm
BA-118
J Schneider
8/23-12/19
“With These Books": Chinese and French Textual Revolutions. In order to help develop students' cultural literacy and critical thinking skills, the course explores the
values depicted in and espoused by two novels written in different centuries and from entirely different cultures-contemporary China and 19th century France. This specific
focus will be on reading and developing interpretive strategies that focus on recognizing and analyzing value systems for Dai Siejie's Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
and Honore de Balzac's Pere Goriot.
35568
695
Day/Hybrid
M
9am-9:50am
SO-204
D Sperruzza
8/23-12/19
Coming to the U.S.A.: Reflecting on the Effects of American Immigration focused on the topic of immigration from socio-historical, political, intercultural
communication and personal perspectives. Specifically, students will learn about immigration by spending time on a project for immigrants and refugees who are clients at the
International Institute of St. Louis, reflecting on immigration by reading about and researching the topic, and drawing their own conclusions and sharing with classmates in the
Discussion Board. Students must be able to get to the International Institute, located in South St. Louis at 3654 S. Grand Blvd. for at least one visit during our class time. Ten
hours of service learning will be required before the end of the course as you work on your project. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Denise Sperruzza, at [email protected] or 314-984-7315.
35569
696
Day
W
9am-9:50am
SO-204
D Sperruzza
8/25-12/19
Coming to the U.S.A.: Reflecting on the Effects of American Immigration focused on the topic of immigration from socio-historical, political, intercultural
communication and personal perspectives. Specifically, students will learn about immigration by spending time on a project for immigrants and refugees who are clients at the
International Institute of St. Louis, reflecting on immigration by reading about and researching the topic, and drawing their own conclusions and sharing with classmates in the
Discussion Board. Students must be able to get to the International Institute, located in South St. Louis at 3654 S. Grand Blvd. for at least one visit during our class time. Ten
hours of service learning will be required before the end of the course as you work on your project.
35570
697
Day
F
9am-9:50am
SO-204
D Sperruzza
8/27-12/19
Coming to the U.S.A.: Reflecting on the Effects of American Immigration focused on the topic of immigration from socio-historical, political, intercultural
communication and personal perspectives. Specifically, students will learn about immigration by spending time on a project for immigrants and refugees who are clients at the
International Institute of St. Louis, reflecting on immigration by reading about and researching the topic, and drawing their own conclusions and sharing with classmates in the
Discussion Board. Students must be able to get to the International Institute, located in South St. Louis at 3654 S. Grand Blvd. for at least one visit during our class time. Ten
hours of service learning will be required before the end of the course as you work on your project.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
130
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
33484
652
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SO-112
D Hyland
8/26-12/19
William Shakespeare and Film explores the kinds of choices made by writers and producers in presenting Shakespeare's work on the screen. The course will examine four
plays (such as Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, and Hamlet comparing the texts and selected film versions, and examine the kinds of values such
productions exhibit. Students will write several papers and complete a creative project.
33139
613
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
HE-124
C Epperson
8/23-12/19
Evil and the Human Condition examines various perspectives on the problem of evil in human experience. We will explore the contributions the behavioral sciences have
offered to explain and account for destructiveness and cruelty in human behavior.
33189
674
Online
TBA
NET
D Taylor
8/23-12/19
Is the Boogeyman Real?: Urban Legends and American Society allows students to explore and study the creation of urban legends in American Society as well as the
various contexts in which these myths are placed. Students will have the opportunity to interpret the symbolic and social significance of American folklore as well as analyze
its shaping and criticism of American society. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact David
Taylor at [email protected]
IDS:201
CAPSTONE
4 cr
34079
602
Day
TR
12:30pm-2:20pm
CS-209
A White
8/24-12/19
Investigating Gender in Modern America will examine gender in modern America from the late 19th century to the early 21st century. Students will investigate gender by
applying qualitative and quantitative models of research. The course will draw on knowledge from various academic disciplines including history, sociology, psychology,
political science, and philosophy. The capstone course is a culminating experience for the General Education program that develops students' abilities to locate, organize,
store, retrieve, evaluate, synthesize, and annotate information from print, electronic, and other sources in preparation for solving problems and making informed decisions.
Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
33607
604
Day
MW
7am-8:50am
SO-204
J Spencer
8/23-12/19
I Liked the Movie Better explores how important human experiences or behavior can be conveyed differently by a writer (a novelist, short story author, or playwright)
compared to a film director. We will identify how a concept or idea about human relationships or society can be expressed in one way on the screen and in quite a different
way on the pages of a book. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
33687
605
Day
MW
1pm-2:50pm
CS-204
M Fuller
8/23-12/19
Primal Mind will focus on the cultural metaphors of the tribal peoples in contrast to the cultural values of the 21st century. This will include the study of ritual, art, oral
traditions, architecture and ceremonial dance. Scholars including Jamake Highwater and David Mayberry-Lewis take the position that there is an urgent need for the fusion of
the mentality of primal people with that of Western civilization. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
33817
606
Day
MW
3pm-4:50pm
CS-204
M Fuller
8/23-12/19
Primal Mind will focus on the cultural metaphors of the tribal peoples in contrast to the cultural values of the 21st century. This will include the study of ritual, art, oral
traditions, architecture and ceremonial dance. Scholars including Jamake Highwater and David Mayberry-Lewis take the position that there is an urgent need for the fusion of
the mentality of primal people with that of Western civilization. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
33776
607
Day
MW
11am-12:50pm
HE-134
A Cruz
8/23-12/19
Voices of Diversity: Culture, Deafness and Music encompasses aspects of cultural studies, cultural anthropology, history, pedagogy, sociology, and music. Material from
these disciplines will form the basis to address the diversity pertinent to deaf culture. Exploring deaf culture will facilitate an understanding of its relationship to Music.
Comparison of the status of deaf individuals in the United States of America and in other countries will add an international component to the course. Student must have
completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
34422
608
Day
TR
3pm-4:50pm
HE-134
D Hurst
8/24-12/19
Law Goes to the Movies examines important themes in the study of law by comparing scholarly work against representations of these concepts in cinema. The class will
examine the practice of law, the role of courts in the political system and the relationship between law and society. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General
Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
33378
693
Day
TR
2pm-3:50pm
SW-106
J Dorsch
8/24-12/19
Ice on Earth: Impact on Earth History and Human Civilizations is an honors colloquium (honors eligibility is required to enroll) designed as a capstone experience for
students in their last semester of honors study and will focus on aspects of earth sciences (geology, geography, climatology, astronomy), anthropology and history. The course
will look at the evidence for the timing and extent of ice on Earth; the reasons for global to local climate change; the impact of climate change on terrestrial flora, fauna and
the global environment; and the significance of climate for the evolution of humans and human civilizations. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General
Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
35594
695
Day/Hybrid
TR
8am-9:15am
BA-120
K Voss
8/24-12/19
The Wealth and Poverty of Nations will address a pressing global and truly puzzling problem: Why are some nations rich and powerful? How did the rich countries get so
rich? Why are the poor countries poor? Students will learn explanation models from such diverse fields as climatology, biology, anthropology, history and political science, and
then test these models with their own research based on statistical data. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone
course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Dirk Voss, [email protected]
33829
646
Online
TBA
NET
D Gardetto
9/13-12/19
Race, Class and Gender provides an introductory exploration of the interrelations between gender, class and race. These interrelations will be explored as historical,
sociological, and political subjects in the U.S. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course. For more information,
see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Darlaine Gardetto at [email protected]
34423
647
Online
TBA
NET
D Gardetto
9/13-12/19
Media/Culture/Society examines how media, broadly defined, shape, preserve, reflect and convey images of social relations. In other words, how do media socially
construct reality? Topics will include advertising and consumerism, news and the social construction of reality, internet and social interaction, media conglomerates, social
impact of violent imagery, censorship and first amendment debates. We will also address social movements organized to affect media change. Students must have completed
27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on
Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Darlaine Gardetto at [email protected]
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
131
Meramec
34427
675
Online
TBA
NET
D Taylor
8/23-12/19
Is the Boogeyman Real?: Urban Legends and American Society allows students to explore and study the creation of urban legends in American Society as well as the
various contexts in which these myths are placed. Students will have the opportunity to interpret the symbolic and social significance of American folklore as well as analyze
its shaping and criticism of American society. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact David
Taylor at [email protected]
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
33645
674
Online
TBA
NET
W Loy
10/18-12/19
Environmental Issues: Confluence of Science and Literature examines a selection of current environmental issues, such as the importance of wilderness, consequences
of consumerism, effects of industrialization, climate change, and human responsibilities to nature, from both the scientific and humanities points of view. This interdisciplinary
course will refer to sciences, literature, art, history, and related fields of study. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a
Capstone course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
International Business
IB:100
35440
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
601
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-122
MW
11am-12:40pm
CS-104
MW
1pm-2:40pm
CS-104
3 cr
M Tulley
8/23-12/19
Japanese
JPN:101
33238
JPN:102
33239
MODERN JAPANESE I
601
Day
MODERN JAPANESE II
601
Day
4 cr
M Shiwachi
4 cr
M Shiwachi
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Legal Studies
Meramec
LGL:104
INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL TRIAL PROCEDURES
30418
641
Day
W
12:30pm-4:30pm
BA-216
34183
694
Evening/Hybrid
M
6pm-10pm
BA-216
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
30417
695
Evening
M
6pm-10pm
BA-216
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
N Simmons
N Simmons
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
N Simmons
10/25-12/19
LGL:106
COMPUTERS AND THE LAW
32103
641
Day
R
1pm-5pm
BA-216
30419
670
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
BA-216
LGL:108
INTRODUCTION TO LAW FOR THE PARALEGAL
30534
640
Day
W
12:30pm-4:30pm
BA-216
30533
670
Evening
M
6pm-10pm
BA-220
30535
671
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
BA-120
LGL:202
WILLS, TRUSTS AND PROBATE ADMINISTRATION
34034
670
Evening
W
6pm-10pm
BA-122
LGL:211
TORTS
30422
671
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
SO-107
LGL:217
LEGAL RESEARCH
30428
670
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
BA-208
33397
671
Evening
M
6pm-10pm
BA-216
LGL:218
LEGAL WRITING
33412
695
Evening/Hybrid
M
6pm-10pm
BA-203
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
30540
696
Evening/Hybrid
T
6pm-10pm
BA-203
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
B Wiseheart
P Stroup
3 cr
N Simmons
N Simmons
R Murray
3 cr
R Murray
3 cr
M Smallwood
3 cr
K DuBois
B Wiseheart
3 cr
B Wiseheart
K DuBois
10/26-12/7
LGL:219
PARALEGAL INTERNSHIP
30542
601
Arranged
Permission required, contact an academic advisor.
3 cr
N Simmons
8/23-12/19
TBA
TBA
LGL:220
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE FOR THE PARALEGAL
32820
650
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
BA-122
LGL:221
ADVANCED ONLINE-DATABASE LEGAL RESEARCH
34310
650
Evening/Hybrid
T
6pm-10pm
BA-208
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
STAFF
LGL:223
EVIDENCE
32821
650
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
BA-122
LGL:228
FAMILY LAW
30544
671
Evening
T
6pm-10pm
SO-107
LGL:229
ADVANCED COMPUTER UTILIZATION
31333
671
Evening
R
6pm-10pm
BA-216
LGL:541
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
34098
695
Evening/Hybrid
W
6pm-10pm
BA-208
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
STAFF
3 cr
R Murray
3 cr
S Darr
3 cr
K Gummere
10/21-12/19
8/26-10/17
8/25-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/21-12/19
8/25-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/26-9/9
10/20-11/17
9/16-9/30
10/26-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/27-12/15
Library and Information Studies
LIB:030
33985
LIB:101
30930
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE RESEARCH AND INFORMATION LITERACY
646
Day
TR
2pm-3:35pm
INTRODUCTION TO LIBRARY AND ONLINE RESEARCH
693
Day
W
2pm-3:15pm
L-217
L-217
3 cr
K Smith
1 cr
R Helbling
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
132
9/14-12/19
8/25-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Management
MGT:101
INTRODUCTION TO SUPERVISION
3 cr
33726
674
Online
TBA
NET
M Schoolman
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
MGT:106
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
3 cr
32144
695
Evening/Hybrid
W
6pm-9pm
BA-120
D Dill
10/20-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Business/Economics department at 314-9847138.
MGT:204
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
3 cr
30251
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-116
P McElligott
8/23-12/19
33691
674
Online
TBA
NET
P McElligott
8/23-12/19
Students will be required to come to campus for a final exam. After registering, contact the instructor at [email protected] with the subject line: online MGT 204.For more
information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34212
675
Online
TBA
NET
M Schoolman
9/20-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
Marketing
MKT:101
ADVERTISING THEORY
3 cr
30252
601
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
BA-116
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MKT:104
PRINCIPLES OF SELLING
3 cr
30253
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
BA-118
STAFF
8/26-12/19
MKT:203
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
3 cr
30254
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
BA-118
B Barrett
8/23-12/19
30255
602
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
BA-118
B Barrett
8/24-12/19
33318
674
Online
TBA
NET
B Barrett
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected] or the
Business/Economics department at 314-984-7138.
Mass Communications
MCM:101
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS
3 cr
30154
601
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
CS-206
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30153
602
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
CN-203
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32152
604
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CS-206
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30155
6S3
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
CS-206
S Dorough
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
32898
674
Online
TBA
NET
S Hunt-Bradford
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7535.
33501
675
Online
TBA
NET
S Hunt-Bradford
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7535.
MCM:102
MEDIA LITERACY
3 cr
33118
601
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
CS-206
S Dorough
32812
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
33429
675
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
MCM:110
JOURNALISM I: WRITING AND REPORTING
34398
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
MCM:111
JOURNALISM II: EDITING AND DESIGN
34399
601
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
MCM:112
FEATURE WRITING
34065
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
MCM:113
APPLIED JOURNALISM
35233
698
Arranged
TBA
Section 698 requires permission of Program Coordinator. Contact Shannon Philpott at 314-984-7857.
CN-233
CN-233
CS-206
TBA
3 cr
S Philpott
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
S Philpott
3 cr
S Philpott
MCM:115
ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
3 cr
33503
650
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:30pm
CN-225
D Carson
MCM:120
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING
3 cr
30156
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CN-227
S Dorough
30157
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
133
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
Meramec
MGT:205
PURCHASING MANAGEMENT
3 cr
33001
695
Evening/Hybrid
W
6pm-9pm
BA-120
STAFF
8/25-10/17
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the Business/Economics department at 314-984-7138.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
MCM:122
APPLIED BROADCASTING
3 cr
35250
698
Arranged
TBA
TBA
S Dorough
Permission required, contact Scott Dorough at [email protected] or 314-984-7377. Section focuses on audio podcasting and streaming.
Meramec
MCM:124
RADIO PRODUCTION
3 cr
34451
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-233
S Dorough
MCM:125
SCRIPTWRITING FOR TV AND FILM
3 cr
30158
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CN-227
S Dorough
MCM:126
VIDEO PRODUCTION - FIELD
3 cr
30159
650
Evening
T
6:30pm-9:30pm
CN-225
S Dorough
MCM:130
FILM APPRECIATION
3 cr
33504
601
Day
MW
1pm-2:50pm
HE-134
STAFF
33507
602
Day
TR
1pm-2:50pm
HE-134
R Hahn
MCM:132
MAJOR THEMES IN FILM
3 cr
34454
601
Day
W
10am-12:50pm
TBA
STAFF
Theme is fact and fiction.
35694
602
Day
F
12pm-2:50pm
HE-134
R Hahn
Theme is fact and fiction.
34455
650
Evening
W
6:30pm-9:30pm
HE-134
STAFF
Theme is the western genre.
33491
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
Dates
8/16-12/31
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/16-12/31
MCM:134
FILMMAKING
3 cr
32157
601
Day
W
2pm-4:50pm
CS-206
R Hahn
8/25-12/19
32158
602
Day
R
3pm-5:50pm
CS-206
R Hahn
8/26-12/19
35474
603
Day
M
10am-12:50pm
CN-233
R Hahn
8/23-12/19
MCM:140
INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING
3 cr
35609
601
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CS-206
S Hunt-Bradford
8/23-12/19
30160
602
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
TBA
S Hunt-Bradford
8/24-12/19
34234
675
Online
TBA
NET
S Hunt-Bradford
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7535.
MCM:141
PUBLIC RELATIONS
3 cr
30161
602
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-204
S Hunt-Bradford
8/24-12/19
34233
675
Online
TBA
NET
S Hunt-Bradford
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-984-7535.
MCM:201
MEDIA INTERNSHIP I
30162
601
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator, Susan Hunt-Bradford, at 314-984-7535.
TBA
3 cr
S Hunt-Bradford
8/23-12/19
MCM:202
MEDIA INTERNSHIP II
30163
601
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator, Susan Hunt-Bradford, at 314-984-7535.
TBA
3 cr
S Hunt-Bradford
8/23-12/19
MCM:211
APPLIED PUBLIC RELATIONS
35475
698
Arranged
TBA
Permission required, contact the program coordinator, Susan Hunt-Bradford, at 314-984-7535.
TBA
3 cr
S Hunt-Bradford
8/16-12/31
MCM:219
MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS
34464
601
Day
Avid Express HD Software will be taught.
CS-206
3 cr
R Hahn
8/23-12/19
M
2pm-4:50pm
Mathematics
MTH:004
HANDS-ON ARITHMETIC WORKSHOP
33329
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-2:30pm
33331
602
Day
MW
10am-12pm
MTH:020
PRE ALGEBRA
32474
601
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32475
602
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32478
603
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32633
604
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32483
605
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35020
606
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32484
607
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
CN-101A
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SW-110
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101C
CN-101C
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
134
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
35302
608
Day
MWF
2pm-3:10pm
32635
609
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32928
610
Day
MW
4pm-5:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32634
611
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32636
612
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32637
613
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32638
615
Day
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32639
616
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
34200
617
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35121
618
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
34241
646
Day
TR
8:30am-10:05am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35208
647
Day
MWF
7:30am-8:35am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35209
648
Day
MWF
8:45am-9:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35234
649
Day
TR
9am-10:35am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32485
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32486
651
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32487
652
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
34505
653
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
35300
654
Evening
TR
5pm-6:50pm
32488
680
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
MTH:025
32519
32932
MTH:030
32520
32521
32522
32523
32524
32525
32526
32527
32528
HANDS-ON ALGEBRA WORKSHOP
601
Day
602
Day
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
604
Day
605
Day
606
Day
607
Day
608
Day
609
Day
TR
MW
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
TBA
CN-101A
STAFF
STAFF
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/24-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/24-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/24-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/24-12/19
CN-128
CN-101A
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
SW-106
TBA
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9/14-12/19
SW-202
STAFF
9/13-12/19
SW-202
STAFF
9/13-12/19
SW-202
STAFF
9/14-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-101A
STAFF
8/24-12/19
SO-204
CN-221
CN-101A
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/21-12/19
12:30pm-2:30pm
10am-12pm
CN-101C
CN-101C
MWF
7am-7:50am
MWF
8am-8:50am
MWF
7:45am-8:50am
MWF
9am-9:50am
MWF
9am-9:50am
MWF
10am-10:50am
MWF
10am-10:50am
MWF
11am-11:50am
MW
3pm-3:50pm
F
3pm-3:50pm
32529
610
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
32530
611
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
32532
612
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
32531
613
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32539
614
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32533
615
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
32535
616
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
32534
617
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32537
618
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
32538
619
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
32536
620
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
32540
621
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
32541
622
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
34209
623
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CN-226
CN-226
CN-228
CN-226
CN-228
CN-226
CN-228
SO-111
BA-114
BA-116
CN-226
CN-228
CN-226
CN-101A
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
CN-101B
STAFF
8/23-12/19
CN-226
CN-226
CN-101A
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
CN-228
SO-111
SO-206
CN-228
CN-101A
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
TBA
STAFF
8/23-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
135
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Meramec
Fall 2010
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Meramec
33332
624
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
CN-228
STAFF
8/24-12/19
33465
625
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
CN-226
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35064
627
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
BA-122
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35117
628
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
BA-120
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32542
640
Day
MWF
12pm-1:50pm
CN-228
STAFF
8/23-10/17
34240
641
Day
TR
9am-10:35am
BA-208
STAFF
9/14-12/19
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35220
646
Day
MWF
9:45am-10:50am
AS-204
STAFF
9/13-12/19
32543
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-228
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32544
651
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
CN-226
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32551
652
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-226
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32552
653
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
CN-101A
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35301
654
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
HE-232
STAFF
8/16-12/31
32779
680
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
CN-226
STAFF
8/28-12/31
MTH:040
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA AND BASIC MATH
5 cr
32570
601
Day
MTWRF
11am-11:50am
CN-226
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32571
602
Day
MTWRF
2pm-2:50pm
CN-226
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MTH:108
ELEMENTARY APPLIED MATHEMATICS
3 cr
30311
650
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-228
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MTH:140
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
3 cr
30312
601
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30313
602
Day
MWF
7am-7:50am
CN-101B
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
30314
603
Day
MWF
7:45am-8:50am
SW-209
STAFF
9/13-12/19
30315
604
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SW-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30316
605
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-111
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30317
606
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-111
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30318
607
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SW-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30319
608
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30320
609
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-111
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30321
610
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30322
611
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
SO-111
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30323
612
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30338
613
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CN-224
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30362
614
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
CN-101B
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
30363
615
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30364
616
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-128
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30365
617
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30368
618
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
CN-101B
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
30377
619
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30391
620
Day
TR
3:30pm-4:45pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
33339
621
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30405
641
Day
MWF
12pm-1:50pm
CN-228
STAFF
10/18-12/19
34172
646
Day
TR
3:45pm-5:20pm
BA-122
STAFF
9/14-12/19
35235
647
Day
MWF
8:30am-9:35am
AS-204
STAFF
9/13-12/19
30427
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-128
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30432
651
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
CN-128
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30434
652
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-128
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30437
653
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
CN-101B
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This is a computer-aided instruction section, with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32233
680
Weekend
S
9am-12pm
SW-209
STAFF
8/21-12/19
30410
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Permission required, contact the math department at 314-984-7769. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
30412
675
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Permission required, contact the math department at 314-984-7769. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
34755
676
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
9/13-12/19
Permission required, contact the math department at 314-984-7769. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
MTH:160A
32171
MTH:160B
30516
33550
COLLEGE ALGEBRA WITH TECHNOLOGY
602
Day
MTWF
COLLEGE ALGEBRA: NON-TECH MAJORS
601
Day
MTWF
603
Day
MTWF
10am-10:50am
CN-128
11am-11:50am
8am-8:50am
SW-210
SO-111
4 cr
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
136
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
MTH:160C
32060
32169
32170
33341
32197
32172
32173
33444
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
604
Day
605
Day
606
Day
607
Day
608
Day
MTH:165
32194
MTH:170
31398
31410
35545
MTH:185
31414
31415
MTH:186
31416
31417
MTH:210
31418
STRUCTURES OF MATHEMATICAL SYSTEMS I
601
Day
TR
TRIGONOMETRY
601
Day
MWF
602
Day
TR
650
Evening
TR
PRECALCULUS
601
Day
MTWRF
650
Evening
MW
SURVEY OF CALCULUS
601
Day
MTWF
650
Evening
MW
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
601
Day
MWF
T
602
Day
MWF
R
603
Day
MWF
R
650
Evening
TR
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II
601
Day
MWF
R
650
Evening
MW
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III
601
Day
MWF
R
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
601
Day
MWF
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
4 cr
MTWF
7am-7:50am
SO-111
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MWF
8:30am-9:45am
CN-224
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MTWF
11am-11:50am
CN-228
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MTWF
10am-10:50am
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
MTWF
12pm-12:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
TR
12:30pm-2:20pm
SO-111
STAFF
8/24-12/19
TR
3pm-4:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MWF
11am-11:50am
SW-206
STAFF
8/23-12/19
R
11am-11:50am
SW-210
8/26-12/19
33450
609
Day
MTWF
7:45am-8:50am
CN-128
STAFF
9/13-12/19
33451
610
Day
TR
2pm-3:50pm
CN-128
STAFF
8/24-12/19
34231
611
Day
MTWF
1pm-1:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
33713
613
Day
MTWF
2pm-2:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35236
646
Day
MWF
10am-11:30am
TBA
STAFF
9/13-12/19
32174
650
Evening
MW
5pm-6:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32182
651
Evening
TR
5pm-6:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32183
652
Evening
TR
7pm-8:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/24-12/19
32707
653
Evening
MW
7pm-8:50pm
SW-210
STAFF
8/23-12/19
32184
674
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Permission required, contact the math department at 314-984-7769. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
32711
675
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Permission required, contact the math department at 314-984-7769. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
34970
676
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
9/13-12/19
Permission required, contact the math department at 314-984-7769. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance
Learning.
31419
35067
31420
MTH:220
31422
31423
MTH:230
31424
MTH:240
33900
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-226
12pm-12:50pm
9:30am-10:45am
7pm-8:15pm
SO-111
SO-111
SO-111
10am-10:50am
7pm-9:25pm
SW-209
SO-111
8am-8:50am
5pm-6:50pm
BA-124
SO-111
8am-8:50am
8am-9:50am
11am-11:50am
10am-11:50am
8am-8:50am
7:30am-9:20am
7pm-9:25pm
SW-210
SW-210
CN-128
CN-128
SO-112
SO-111
CN-228
9am-9:50am
8am-9:50am
7pm-9:25pm
CN-128
CN-128
CN-228
9am-9:50am
9am-10:50am
SW-210
SW-210
12pm-12:50pm
CN-128
MF
MWF
MF
MWF
8am-8:50am
10am-10:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
HE-112
HW-102
HE-112
HW-102
MWF
11am-11:50am
HW-102
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-232
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
M Leech
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
STAFF
5 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
Music
MUS:101
30606
30607
MUS:103
30609
MUS:113
34081
MUSIC THEORY I
601
Day
602
Day
BASIC MUSIC
601
Day
HISTORY OF JAZZ
602
Day
4 cr
G Myers
G Myers
3 cr
G Gackstatter
3 cr
B Vaccaro
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Meramec
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
MUS:114
THE ENJOYMENT OF MUSIC
3 cr
30614
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
HW-102
G Gackstatter
8/23-12/19
30618
602
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
HW-102
G Gackstatter
8/23-12/19
30620
603
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
HW-102
G Myers
8/24-12/19
30616
604
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
HW-102
G Gackstatter
8/24-12/19
34133
605
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
HE-124
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30624
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
HE-124
L Ross
8/25-12/19
35148
674
Online
TBA
NET
L Ross
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Laura Ross, at [email protected]
35279
675
Online
TBA
NET
L Ross
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Laura Ross, at [email protected]
Meramec
MUS:115
VOICE I
2 cr
30629
601
Day
TR
10am-10:50am
HW-104
J Whittemore
MUS:116
VOICE II
2 cr
35686
601
Day
TR
11am-11:50am
HW-104
J Whittemore
MUS:121
CLASS PIANO I
2 cr
30647
601
Day
MW
11am-11:50am
HE-112
S Schmidt
30635
602
Day
MW
12pm-12:50pm
HE-112
S Schmidt
30640
603
Day
MW
1pm-1:50pm
HE-112
S Schmidt
MUS:122
CLASS PIANO II
2 cr
34458
601
Day
TR
10am-10:50am
HE-112
C Conley
35462
602
Day
TR
8am-8:50am
HE-112
C Conley
MUS:128
SURVEY OF ROCK MUSIC
3 cr
30653
601
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
HE-124
D Pittman
30655
602
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
HE-124
D Pittman
34415
604
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-232
STAFF
35688
646
Day
TR
9am-10:35am
BA-112
K Benedick
30657
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
HE-124
K Benedick
35506
674
Online
TBA
NET
A Honnold
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
MUS:130
BEGINNING GUITAR
30661
601
Day
MUS:132
ORCHESTRA
30662
651
Evening
Auditions for seating only.
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
MW
1pm-1:50pm
HW-104
M
7pm-9:40pm
HW-102
2 cr
M Melman
1 cr
G Gackstatter
MUS:133
JAZZ LAB BAND
30664
650
Evening
W
Audition required, contact the music department at 314-984-7636.
7pm-9:40pm
HW-102
1 cr
R Boedges
8/25-12/19
MUS:134
SYMPHONIC BAND
30833
650
Evening
Auditions for seating only.
7pm-9:40pm
HW-102
1 cr
G Gackstatter
8/26-12/19
R
MUS:135
CHOIR
1 cr
30834
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:50pm
HW-102
G Myers
MUS:138
JAZZ IMPROVISATION I
2 cr
32136
601
Day
T
2pm-4:30pm
HW-102
B Vaccaro
MUS:139
JAZZ IMPROVISATION II
2 cr
32137
601
Day
T
2pm-4:30pm
HW-102
B Vaccaro
MUS:141
APPLIED MUSIC I
2 cr
31579
601
Arranged
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
G Myers
Permission required, contact Gary Gackstatter at 314-984-7636 for instrumental music and Jerry Myers at 314-984-7638 for vocal music or piano.
MUS:142
APPLIED MUSIC II
2 cr
31580
601
Arranged
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
G Myers
Permission required, contact Gary Gackstatter at 314-984-7636 for instrumental music and Jerry Myers at 314-984-7638 for vocal music or piano.
MUS:201
32138
MUSIC THEORY III
601
Day
MWF
MW
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
HW-102
HE-112
4 cr
G Myers
MUS:212
MUSIC HISTORY II
3 cr
34461
601
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
HE-124
G Myers
MUS:216
JAZZ IMPROVISATION III
2 cr
32139
601
Day
T
2pm-4:30pm
HW-102
B Vaccaro
MUS:221
CLASS PIANO III
2 cr
30836
601
Day
TR
11am-11:50am
HE-112
C Conley
MUS:222
CLASS PIANO IV
2 cr
30837
601
Day
TR
11am-11:50am
HE-112
C Conley
MUS:241
APPLIED MUSIC III
2 cr
31581
601
Arranged
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
G Myers
Permission required, contact Gary Gackstatter at 314-984-7636 for instrumental music and Jerry Myers at 314-984-7638 for vocal music or piano.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
MUS:242
APPLIED MUSIC IV
2 cr
31582
601
Arranged
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
G Myers
Permission required, contact Gary Gackstatter at 314-984-7636 for instrumental music and Jerry Myers at 314-984-7638 for vocal music or piano.
Dates
8/23-12/19
Nursing
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
601
Day
M
10am-11:50am
SW-108
TR
6:30am-12:30pm
OFF CAMPUS
F
10am-10:50am
LH-103
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:102 is required.
5 cr
L Kokotovich
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
NUR:102
NURSING LABORATORY PRACTICUM I
31126
601
Day
W
9am-10:50am
SW-111
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:101 is required.
31129
602
Day
W
12pm-1:50pm
SW-111
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students. Concurrent enrollment in NUR:101 is required.
1 cr
D Knickerbocker
8/25-12/19
D Knickerbocker
8/25-12/19
NUR:105
NURSING LABORATORY PRACTICUM II
31140
601
Day
R
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students.
31191
602
Day
R
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students .
9am-10:50am
SW-111
1 cr
J Walsh
8/26-12/19
12pm-1:50pm
SW-111
E Yale
8/26-12/19
8am-9:50am
10am-12:50pm
SW-108
OFF CAMPUS
SW-108
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN II
601
Day
M
W
RF
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students.
12pm-1:50pm
10am-12:50pm
6:30am-1pm
BA-114
SW-108
OFF CAMPUS
NUR:203
CONTEMPORARY NURSING
31264
601
Day
M
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students
10am-10:50am
LH-103
8am-9:50am
6:30am-3:30pm
SW-108
OFF CAMPUS
10am-11:50am
2pm-4:50pm
LH-104
OFF CAMPUS
SW-108
1pm-2:15pm
AS-102
10:30am-12:20pm
9:30am-11:20am
AS-102
AS-102
10am-11:50am
AS-102
5pm-6:50pm
AS-102
12:30pm-3:50pm
12:30pm-3:50pm
AS-102
AS-102
3pm-4:50pm
3pm-4:50pm
AS-102
AS-102
3 cr
N Klein
2 cr
N Klein
N Klein
4 cr
R Nickerson
4 cr
N Sigona
2 cr
R Nickerson
R Nickerson
2 cr
N Klein
N Klein
PAR:201
PRINCIPLES OF PARAMEDIC TECHNOLOGY I
31427
69A
Day
TR
9am-4:30pm
Class meets at St. Anthony's Medical Center in the Hyland and Education Training Center on the 1st floor.
OFF CAMPUS
8 cr
J Romeo
8/23-12/19
PAR:203
PHARMACOLOGY FOR PARAMEDICS
31430
69A
Day
TR
Class meets at St. Anthony's Medical Center in the Hyland and Education Training Center on the 1st floor.
OFF CAMPUS
3 cr
J Romeo
8/23-12/19
NUR:108
31132
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN I
601
Day
M
TW
F
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students.
NUR:201
31194
NUR:204
31269
MANAGEMENT SKILLS IN NURSING
601
Day
F
TWR
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students
NUR:205
32151
NURSING OF ADULTS AND CHILDREN III
601
Day
MF
TW
R
Registration is restricted to Meramec nursing program students
8 cr
E Yale
9 cr
S Franks
1 cr
J Dwyer
3 cr
M Dorsey
8 cr
M Herzog
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/24-11/12
11/16-12/10
8/23-12/31
8/24-11/12
8/26-12/31
Occupational Therapy Assistant
OTA:101
32057
OTA:103
30179
33079
OTA:203
32816
OTA:204
32817
OTA:208
33345
34307
OTA:215
32818
34309
FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT I
601
Day
MW
ADAPTIVE ACTIVITIES I
601
Day
W
602
Day
F
FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY III
601
Day
TR
FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY IV
650
Evening
MW
ADAPTIVE LIVING SKILLS
601
Day
T
602
Day
R
THE MANAGEMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
601
Day
M
602
Day
W
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
Paramedic Technology
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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NUR:101
31011
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
PAR:211
PARAMEDIC LABORATORY I
1 cr
32067
69A
Arranged
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
J Romeo
8/23-12/19
Class meets at St. Anthony's Medical Center in the Hyland and Education Training Center on the 1st floor. An additional $157 will be added to the maintenance fee.
PAR:221
PARAMEDIC CLINICAL I
1 cr
31428
69A
Arranged
TBA
OFF CAMPUS
S Buck
8/23-12/19
Class meets at St. Anthony's Medical Center in the Hyland and Education Training Center on the 1st floor. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
PAR:223
PARAMEDIC INTERNSHIP I
32005
69A
Arranged
TBA
Class meets at St. Anthony's Medical Center in the Hyland and Education Training Center on the 1st floor.
OFF CAMPUS
1 cr
S Buck
8/23-12/19
Personal Development
Meramec
PRD:102
32428
32432
PRD:103
34644
PRD:106
33400
PRD:108
34645
PRD:121
34647
PRD:122
34648
PRD:125
34649
CAREER EXPLORATION
601
Day
R
602
Day
R
ASSERTIVE TRAINING I
601
Day
W
RELAXATION TRAINING
601
Day
M
PERSONAL GROWTH AND IDENTITY
601
Day
W
PERSONAL SUCCESS
601
Day
R
LEARNING THROUGH SERVICE
601
Day
M
COLLEGE ORIENTATION FOR OLDER ADULTS
601
Day
W
9am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
CS-120
CS-120
9am-10:50am
CS-120
1pm-2:50pm
CS-120
1pm-2:50pm
CS-120
11am-12pm
CS-120
11am-12:50pm
CS-120
1pm-2:50pm
CS-120
1 cr
F Gaal
H Salmon
1 cr
L Crawford
1 cr
S Herman
1 cr
J Duchinsky
1 cr
H Steiner
1 cr
D Halsband
1 cr
H Salmon
10/21-12/9
9/2-10/14
9/1-10/13
10/18-11/29
9/1-10/13
8/26-11/18
8/30-10/25
10/20-12/1
Philosophy
PHL:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
3 cr
34268
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
HE-124
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34462
602
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-205
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30838
603
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
HE-124
J Campbell
8/23-12/19
34227
604
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-107
M Willmore
8/23-12/19
34163
605
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
SO-205
M Willmore
8/23-12/19
30839
606
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-206
STAFF
8/24-12/19
34181
607
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
HE-124
STAFF
8/24-12/19
30849
608
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-108
J Campbell
8/24-12/19
34463
646
Day
MW
12pm-1:35pm
HE-123
K Sullivan
9/13-12/19
35183
647
Day
TR
9am-10:35am
HE-124
STAFF
9/14-12/19
34730
648
Evening
R
6pm-9:10pm
HE-123
K Ballard
9/16-12/19
30851
650
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
HE-123
STAFF
8/23-12/19
35299
6WV
Online
TBA
NET
K Bradfield
10/18-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
PHL:102
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
3 cr
30855
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
HE-124
J Campbell
8/23-12/19
30875
602
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
HE-124
J Campbell
8/23-12/19
30856
603
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
HE-123
G Ilhan
8/24-12/19
30876
604
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
HE-123
G Ilhan
8/24-12/19
30877
650
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
HE-124
J Campbell
8/24-12/19
35451
674
Online
TBA
NET
G Ilhan
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Gulten Ilhan, at [email protected] or
314-984-7637.
35076
676
Online
TBA
NET
J Campbell
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Jay Campbell, at
[email protected]
PHL:103
WORLD RELIGIONS
3 cr
30883
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
HE-123
K Ballard
8/24-12/19
35687
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
BA-112
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34204
646
Day
MW
3:30pm-5:05pm
HE-123
STAFF
9/13-12/19
35452
674
Online
TBA
NET
G Ilhan
8/23-10/17
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Gulten Ilhan, at [email protected] or
314-984-7637.
30884
6S1
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
HE-123
G Ilhan
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
34731
647
Evening
M
6pm-9:10pm
SO-105
STAFF
9/13-12/19
35136
675
Online
TBA
NET
G Ilhan
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Gulten Ilhan, at [email protected]
314-984-7637.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
PHL:104
ETHICS
3 cr
34728
601
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
HE-123
STAFF
8/24-12/19
35453
602
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
HE-123
D Werner
8/24-12/19
35465
641
Day
MW
2pm-4:30pm
BA-112
D Werner
10/18-12/19
34269
6W1
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
HE-124
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33382
674
Online
TBA
NET
D Werner
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Donna Werner, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7934.
34148
675
Online
TBA
NET
D Werner
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Donna Werner, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7934.
34182
676
Online
TBA
NET
D Werner
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Donna Werner, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7934.
34195
677
Online
TBA
NET
D Werner
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Donna Werner, at [email protected]
or 314-984-7934.
32196
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
PHL:109
BIO-MEDICAL ETHICS
3 cr
35721
601
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
BA-114
STAFF
8/23-12/19
34980
646
Evening
W
6pm-9:10pm
BA-114
STAFF
9/15-12/19
PHL:111
ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
3 cr
33383
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
HE-123
M Willmore
8/23-12/19
PHL:112
BUSINESS ETHICS
3 cr
34267
674
Online
TBA
NET
D Johnson
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the department chairperson at [email protected]
Physical Education
PE:104
32287
PE:105
32218
33276
35449
PE:106
33175
ARCHERY
680
Weekend
DEEP WATER EXERCISE
601
Day
602
Day
650
Evening
BACKPACKING AND HIKING
650
Weekend
S
8:30am-11:30am
PE-120S
TR
MW
R
1pm-1:50pm
11am-11:50am
7pm-8:30pm
PE-POOL
PE- POOL
PE-POOL
T
7pm-7:50pm
PE-201
S
9am-4pm
OFF CAMPUS
SU
9am-4pm
OFF CAMPUS
Day field trip Aug. 28, overnight field trip Sept. 11-12. An additional $20 will be added to the maintenance fee for the field trip.
30004
T
7pm-7:50pm
PE-201
S
9am-4pm
OFF CAMPUS
SU
9am-4pm
OFF CAMPUS
Day field trip Sept. 18, overnight field trip Sept. 25-26. An additional $20 will be added to the maintenance fee for the field trip.
PE:107
35447
PE:109
33831
33832
PE:112
33481
PE:116
30005
651
Weekend
BASEBALL I
601
Day
BASIC FITNESS I
601
Day
680
Weekend
BASKETBALL II
601
Day
BOWLING I
601
Day
MW
12pm-1:30pm
PE-BASEBALL
TR
S
9:30am-10:20am
10:30am-12pm
PE-112
PE-201
MTWR
4pm-5:05pm
PE-120N
M
9am-9:50am
MW
9am-9:50am
Class meets in PE-120N first day, then at Crestwood Bowl, 9822 Watson Rd., Crestwood.
30006
602
Day
M
10am-10:50am
MW
10am-10:50am
Class meets in PE-120N first day, then at Crestwood Bowl, 9822 Watson Rd., Crestwood.
PE-120N
OFF CAMPUS
PE-120N
OFF CAMPUS
1 cr
T Farias
1 cr
K Kauffmann
K Koshak
M Ranney
1 cr
A Tiggs
A Tiggs
1 cr
A Dattoli
1 cr
K McCall
K Fernandez
1 cr
R Albrecht
1 cr
A Dattoli
A Dattoli
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/28-8/28
9/11-9/12
9/14-9/14
9/18-9/18
9/25-9/26
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-9/30
8/23-8/23
8/25-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/25-12/19
Meramec
34911
676
Online
TBA
NET
G Ilhan
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Gulten Ilhan, at [email protected]
314-984-7637.
35280
677
Online
TBA
NET
G Ilhan
10/18-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Gulten Ilhan, at [email protected] or
314-984-7637.
32283
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
PE:118
30009
CAMPING AND FLOATING
650
Evening
Type
Day
Time
T
8pm-10pm
T
8pm-10pm
SU
6:30am-5pm
Overnight field trip Sept. 11-12. An additional $47 will be added to the maintenance fee for the field trip.
30010
651
Evening
T
8pm-10pm
T
8pm-10pm
SU
6:30am-5pm
Overnight field trip Sept. 18-19. An additional $47 will be added to the maintenance fee for the field trip.
PE:120
COMMUNITY CPR
30012
601
Day
MW
An addition $10 will be added to the maintenance fee.
30011
602
Day
TR
An addition $10 will be added to the maintenance fee.
PE-GYM/E. LOBBY
PE-POOL
OFF CAMPUS
PE-GYM/E. LOBBY
PE-POOL
OFF CAMPUS
Credits
Instructor
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
Dates
8/24-8/24
8/31-8/31
9/11-9/12
9/7-9/7
9/14-9/14
9/18-9/19
Meramec
2pm-3:15pm
PE-201
1 cr
A Dattoli
11/8-12/8
11am-12:15pm
PE-201
A Dattoli
11/4-12/9
11am-11:50am
7pm-8:30pm
PE-201
PE-201
9:30am-11am
9:30am-11am
PE-120S
PE-120S
9:30am-11am
PE-120S
2pm-3:15pm
PE-201
1 cr
D Star
D Star
1 cr
W McDevitt
W McDevitt
1 cr
W McDevitt
2 cr
S Dingus
11am-12:15pm
PE-201
A Dattoli
FITNESS CENTER I
601
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
PE-106
602
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
PE-106
603
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
PE-106
604
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
PE-106
605
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
PE-106
606
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
PE-106
607
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
PE-106
608
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
PE-106
609
Day
MWF
4pm-4:50pm
PE-106
610
Day
TR
8am-8:50am
PE-106
611
Day
TR
9am-9:50am
PE-106
612
Day
TR
10am-10:50am
PE-106
613
Day
TR
11am-11:50am
PE-106
614
Day
TR
12pm-12:50pm
PE-106
615
Day
TR
1pm-1:50pm
PE-106
616
Day
TR
2pm-2:50pm
PE-106
617
Day
TR
3pm-3:50pm
PE-106
618
Day
TR
4pm-4:50pm
PE-106
619
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
PE-106
620
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
PE-106
621
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
PE-106
622
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
PE-106
623
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
PE-106
624
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
PE-106
625
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
PE-106
626
Day
MWF
3pm-3:50pm
PE-106
627
Day
MWF
4pm-4:50pm
PE-106
650
Evening
MWF
5pm-5:50pm
PE-106
651
Evening
MWF
6pm-6:50pm
PE-106
652
Evening
TR
5pm-5:50pm
PE-106
653
Evening
TR
6pm-6:50pm
PE-106
654
Evening
TR
7pm-7:50pm
PE-106
655
Evening
MWF
5pm-5:50pm
PE-106
656
Evening
MWF
6pm-6:50pm
PE-106
FITNESS CENTER II – Fitness Center open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
601
Day
MWF
PE-106
602
Day
MWF
PE-106
603
Day
TR
PE-106
TOTAL FITNESS – Fitness Center open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
601
Day
MTWRF
PE-106
602
Day
MTWRF
PE-106
1 cr
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
1 cr
D Jones
D Jones
D Jones
1 cr
D Jones
D Jones
PE:124
DANCE-CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL DANCE
33277
601
Day
MW
35450
650
Evening
R
PE:126
FENCING I
30015
601
Day
TR
30016
602
Day
TR
PE:128
FENCING III
32316
601
Day
TR
PE:129
FIRST AID
30018
601
Day
MW
An addition $10 will be added to the maintenance fee.
30017
602
Day
TR
An addition $10 will be added to the maintenance fee.
PE:130
30075
30076
30077
30081
30080
30082
30083
30084
30085
30052
30053
30054
30055
30056
30057
30058
30059
30060
30064
30065
30066
30067
30068
30069
30070
30071
30072
30086
30087
30061
30062
30063
30073
30074
PE:131
30092
30094
30095
PE:132
30097
30098
Location
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/24-11/2
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
Fall 2010
33833
Title
Section
Type
603
Day
Day
MWF
MWF
Designed for those 55 years and older. Class meets 8/23-12/17 and 1/3-1/14.
32753
604
Day
MWF
MWF
Designed for those 55 years and older. Class meets 8/23-12/17 and 1/3-1/14.
32754
605
Day
TR
TR
Designed for those 55 years and older. Class meets 8/24-12/16 and 1/4-1/13.
PE:133
30020
GOLF
601
Credits
Instructor
Time
Location
6am-6:50am
6am-6:50am
PE-106
PE-106
A Dattoli
8/23-12/17
01/3-01/14
7am-7:50am
7am-7:50am
PE-106
PE-106
A Dattoli
8/23-12/17
01/3-01/14
7am-8am
7am-8am
PE-106
PE-106
A Dattoli
8/24-12/16
01/4-01/13
1 cr
T
2pm-3:30pm
PE-120N
E Mimlitz
TR
2pm-3:30pm
OFF CAMPUS
First class meets in PE-120S, then at Family Golf Center, 3717 Tree Court Industrial Blvd. An additional $80 will be added to the maintenance fee for range balls.
30021
602
Day
T
3:30pm-5pm
PE-120N
E Mimlitz
TR
3:30pm-5pm
OFF CAMPUS
First class meets in PE-120N, then at Family Golf Center, 3717 Tree Court Industrial Blvd. An additional $80 will be added to the maintenance fee for range balls.
30022
680
Weekend
S
8:30am-11:30am
PE-120N
R Romer
S
8:30am-11:30am
OFF CAMPUS
First class meets in PE-120N, then at Family Golf Center, 3717 Tree Court Industrial Blvd. An additional $80 will be added to the maintenance fee for range balls
Day
Dates
8/24-8/24
8/31-10/17
8/24-8/24
8/31-10/17
8/28-8/28
9/4-10/17
PE:135
HEALTH AND PERSONAL HYGIENE
30023
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
PE-201
35446
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
L Tiedt
L Tiedt
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
PE:136
ICE SKATING
34282
601
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:25pm
Class meets at Kirkwood Ice Skating Rink, 111 South Geyer Road, Kirkwood, MO 63122.
1 cr
S Smith
8/23-12/19
PE:137
30024
30025
33516
PE:138
35448
PE:139
34284
30026
PE:145
30027
34285
PE:153
30050
JUDO I
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
JUDO II
601
Day
KARATE I
601
Day
602
Day
PERSONAL DEFENSE I
601
Day
602
Day
SCUBA DIVING I - OPEN WATER
650
Evening
MW
MW
TR
10am-10:50am
1pm-2:30pm
11am-11:50am
PE-105
PE-105
PE-105
MW
1pm-2:30pm
PE-105
TR
MW
9:30am-10:20am
11am-11:50am
PE-105
PE-105
TR
TR
12:30pm-2pm
12:30pm-2pm
PE-105
PE-105
W
7pm-9:30pm
SU
6:30am-4pm
An additional $60 will be added to the maintenance fee for a field trip Oct. 23 -24 to Norfolk Lake, AR.
33495
651
Evening
T
7pm-9:30pm
SU
6:30am-4pm
An additional $60 will be added to the maintenance fee for a field trip Oct. 23 -24 to Norfolk Lake, AR.
PE:154
30051
SCUBA DIVING II - ADVANCED OPEN WATER
650
Evening
M
7pm-8:30pm
SU
6:30am-4pm
An additional $60 will be added to the maintenance fee for a field trip Sept. 25-26 to Norfolk Lake, AR.
PE:158
30028
PE:159
30029
SOCCER AND HOC-SOC
601
Day
SOFTBALL I
601
Day
OFF CAMPUS
PE-POOL
OFF CAMPUS
PE-POOL
OFF CAMPUS
PE-POOL
OFF CAMPUS
MW
1pm-1:50pm
PE-120N
M
MW
12pm-1:30pm
12pm-1:30pm
PE-120N
PE-SOFTBALL
8am-8:50am
PE-201
1pm-1:50pm
PE-POOL
7pm-8:30pm
9am-10:30am
PE-201
PE-201
12:30pm-1:20pm
9:30am-10:20am
PE-120N
PE-120N
12:30pm-1:20pm
PE-120N
1 cr
R Mirikitani
R Mirikitani
R Mirikitani
1 cr
R Mirikitani
1 cr
R Mirikitani
R Mirikitani
1 cr
R Mirikitani
R Mirikitani
2 cr
J Lesh
J Lesh
1 cr
J Lesh
1 cr
J Kelly
1 cr
K McCall
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/24-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
10/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/23-10/24
8/24-12/19
10/23-10/24
8/23-8/23
9/25-9/26
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/23-10/17
First class meets in PE 120N, then on the softball field.
PE:161
30031
PE:162
33241
PE:165
30030
34286
PE:171
30032
30033
PE:172
30034
STRESS MANAGEMENT
601
Day
MWF
SWIMMING I (BEGINNING/ELEMENTARY)
601
Day
MW
TAI CHI I
650
Evening
R
680
Weekend
S
VOLLEYBALL I
601
Day
TR
602
Day
MW
VOLLEYBALL II
601
Day
TR
3 cr
L Tiedt
1 cr
M Ranney
1 cr
C Hardy
C Hardy
1 cr
V Paez
V Paez
1 cr
V Paez
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Meramec
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
30035
602
Day
MW
9:30am-10:20am
PE-120N
V Paez
8/23-12/19
PE:173
WALKING FOR FITNESS
1 cr
30036
601
Day
MW
9am-9:50am
PE-120S
K Koshak
8/23-12/19
32022
602
Day
MW
10am-10:50am
PE-120S
K Koshak
8/23-12/19
30037
650
Evening
TR
5:30pm-7pm
PE-120N
B Carroll
8/24-10/17
PE:177
WEIGHT TRAINING I
1 cr
30040
601
Day
MWF
11am-12pm
PE-112
K McCall
10/18-12/19
30038
602
Day
TR
11am-11:50am
PE-112
M Ethridge
8/24-12/19
30039
603
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:20pm
PE-112
M Ethridge
8/24-12/19
PE:180
WELLNESS AND FITNESS CONCEPTS
3 cr
33178
601
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
PE-201
L Tiedt
8/24-12/19
34303
602
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
PE-201
K McCall
8/23-12/19
33240
650
Evening
MW
6pm-7:15pm
PE-201
T Farias
8/23-12/19
33185
674
Online
TBA
NET
L Tiedt
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Linda Tiedt, at [email protected] or
314-984-7780.
33184
675
Online
TBA
NET
N Rush
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Nick Rush, at [email protected]
Meramec
PE:181
YOGA I (BEGINNING)
30041
601
Day
33242
602
Day
33482
603
Day
Designed for those 55 years and older.
PE:182
YOGA II (ALL LEVELS/INTERMEDIATE)
34287
602
Day
PE:191
BODY CONTOURING
32018
601
Day
34288
602
Day
PE:192
CARDIO-FLEX
32019
601
Day
Designed for those 55 years and older.
TR
TR
TR
2pm-3:30pm
2pm-3:30pm
8am-8:50am
PE-201
PE-201
PE-105
TR
2pm-3:30pm
PE-201
MW
TR
12pm-12:50pm
12:30pm-2pm
PE-201
PE-201
TR
7am-7:50am
PE-201
PED:116
PILATES
32670
601
Day
TR
12:30pm-2pm
PE-201
32669
650
Evening
MW
7pm-7:50pm
PE-105
PED:201
PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE IN EXERCISE AND SPORT
32744
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
1 cr
K Hanewinkel
K Hanewinkel
D Motta
1 cr
K Hanewinkel
1 cr
D Motta
K McCall
1 cr
K Hanewinkel
1 cr
D Motta
D Summers
3 cr
J Hooper
8/24-10/17
10/21-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/24-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Physical Science
PSI:101
PHYSICAL SCIENCE LECTURE I
3 cr
30476
601
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
LH-102
J Schneider
8/24-12/19
34836
6WL
Evening
R
7pm-9:55pm
SW-207
STAFF
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32447
674
Online
S
NET
K Lee
8/23-12/19
Students are required to come to campus for exams: 10-11:30 a.m.Oct. 3, Nov. 7 and Dec. 12. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu
and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kwan Lee, at [email protected]
PSI:111
INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY I
3 cr
30517
601
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SW-204
J Schneider
30520
602
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SW-108
J Schneider
30521
603
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SW-207
C Lincoln
30523
604
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SW-207
K Lee
34168
646
Day
MW
9am-10:35am
SW-206
STAFF
32994
6S1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SW-204
J Schneider
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
34837
648
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:50pm
SW-207
STAFF
30524
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:50pm
SW-207
STAFF
30531
674
Online
TBA
NET
C Lincoln
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33340
675
Online
TBA
NET
C Lincoln
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
PSI:115
OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMY
1 cr
30537
650
Evening
T
7pm-9:50pm
SW-208
STAFF
30538
651
Evening
R
7pm-9:50pm
SW-208
STAFF
33431
652
Evening
W
7pm-9:50pm
SW-208
STAFF
34726
653
Evening
M
6:30pm-9:50pm
SW-208
STAFF
PSI:123
METEOROLOGY
3 cr
33568
6X1
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SW-204
J Schneider
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
30539
6X0
Evening
W
7pm-9:50pm
SW-207
J Schneider
8/25-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
30541
674
Online
S
NET
J Schneider
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Joe Schneider, [email protected]
or 314-984-7419.
Physical Therapist Assistant
32062
PTA:212
30608
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
601
Day
F
602
Day
R
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I
601
Arranged
MTWRF
PHYSICAL AGENTS
601
Day
TR
T
602
Day
TR
R
THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE AND REHABILITATION CONCEPTS I
601
Day
MWF
8am-9:50am
4:30pm-6:20pm
SW-206
AS-104A
OFF CAMPUS
8am-9:20am
9:30am-11:30am
8am-9:20am
9:30am-11:30am
AS-104A
AS-104B
AS-104A
AS-104B
8:30am-12:30pm
AS-104B
2 cr
M Kuhn
M Kuhn
2 cr
J High
3 cr
S Weiss
S Weiss
7 cr
M Christman
8/27-12/19
8/26-12/19
11/29-12/17
8/24-11/23
8/24-11/23
8/24-11/23
8/26-11/23
8/23-11/24
Physics
PHY:111
30460
COLLEGE PHYSICS I
601
Day
4 cr
T
1pm-3:50pm
SW-208
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
SW-208
8/23-12/19
30462
602
Day
T
9am-11:50am
SW-208
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MWF
10am-10:50am
SW-208
8/23-12/19
30464
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:50pm
SW-204
STAFF
8/25-12/19
M
7pm-9:50pm
SW-204
8/23-12/19
33114
695
Day/Hybrid
S
11am-1pm
SW-204
K Lee
8/28-12/19
TBA
NET
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Kwan Lee, at [email protected]
PHY:112
32252
COLLEGE PHYSICS II
601
Day
PHY:122
30467
ENGINEERING PHYSICS I
601
Day
PHY:223
30471
ENGINEERING PHYSICS II
601
Day
MWF
R
9am-9:50am
9am-11:50am
SW-208
SW-208
MWF
R
R
1pm-1:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-4:50pm
SW-204
SW-204
SW-204
T
T
MWF
8am-8:50am
9am-11:50am
10am-10:50am
SW-204
SW-204
SW-204
4 cr
C Lincoln
5 cr
K Lee
5 cr
C Lincoln
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Political Science
PSC:101
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS
3 cr
31045
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
LH-102
E Neal
31046
602
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-108
E Neal
31047
603
Day
TR
7:30m-10:15am
LH-103
STAFF
33320
604
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-108
E Neal
32584
606
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-206
J Messmer
35200
646
Day
TR
4pm-5:35pm
SO-205
STAFF
33426
693
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-204
J Messmer
Honors eligibility required to enroll. Contact an academic advisor for registration approval.
31049
694
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
LH-101
J Messmer
PSC:104
BRITISH POLITICS AND SOCIETY
3 cr
32925
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
PSC:201
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
3 cr
31058
601
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-206
J Messmer
PSC:205
CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES
3 cr
32845
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-232
J Messmer
PSC:211
U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
3 cr
32012
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
Psychology
PSY:125
31097
31101
HUMAN SEXUALITY
601
Day
602
Day
MWF
TR
1pm-1:50pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
LH-103
LH-103
3 cr
D Pisacreta
D Pisacreta
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
145
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Meramec
PTA:100
30580
30581
PTA:104
30582
PTA:211
30605
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Meramec
PSY:200
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
33179
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-205
STAFF
31100
602
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-105
V Ritts
31099
603
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-105
P Keller
31098
604
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
LH-103
D Pisacreta
31107
605
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SO-105
T Cooper
31142
606
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SO-105
T cooper
31102
607
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SO-204
STAFF
31103
608
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-105
V Ritts
31104
609
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
LH-103
V Ritts
31105
610
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
LH-102
STAFF
31106
611
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
LH-102
STAFF
34602
647
Day
MW
2pm-3:35pm
SO-204
STAFF
32853
6WA
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-204
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31108
651
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SO-232
STAFF
31143
6W1
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
SO-108
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34170
646
Weekend
S
9am-12:10pm
SO-206
STAFF
35141
671
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34320
674
Online
TBA
NET
D Pisacreta
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Diane Pisacreta, at
[email protected] or 314-984-7993.
34321
675
Online
TBA
NET
P Keller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34322
676
Online
TBA
NET
D Pisacreta
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Diane Pisacreta, at
[email protected] or 314-984-7993.
35054
677
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35094
678
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
PSY:203
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
31177
601
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
LH-102
S Pressman
31180
602
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-205
S Pressman
31181
603
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-206
S Pressman
PSY:205
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
3 cr
31186
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SO-205
S Pressman
34205
602
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
BA-114
STAFF
34555
604
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SO-204
STAFF
35310
641
Day
TR
3pm-5:40pm
BA-120
STAFF
34417
646
Day
W
2pm-4:30pm
SO-206
STAFF
34603
647
Day
TR
12:25pm-1:50pm
AS-204
STAFF
34940
648
Day
T
3pm-5:40pm
CS-205
STAFF
35080
695
Day/Hybrid
W
12pm-1:50pm
BA-114
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
31187
650
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SO-105
STAFF
35142
671
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
33176
674
Online
TBA
NET
P Keller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
33805
675
Online
TBA
NET
P Keller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34323
676
Online
TBA
NET
P Keller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34324
677
Online
TBA
NET
P Keller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34939
678
Online
TBA
NET
P Keller
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34993
679
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35003
680
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
PSY:206
31201
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
601
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-205
3 cr
V Ritts
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/20-12/19
8/25-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
PSY:208
31189
PSY:210
34325
PSY:214
31207
PSY:218
32207
PSY:219
35380
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
601
Day
TR
PERSONALITY AND ADJUSTMENT
601
Day
MWF
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
601
Day
MWF
ADDICTION AND COMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR
601
Day
TR
FREUD AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
601
Day
TR
Type
Day
Credits
Instructor
Time
Location
Dates
2pm-3:15pm
LH-104
11am-11:50am
BA-114
11am-11:50am
HE-123
11am-12:15pm
SO-205
12:30pm-1:45pm
CS-210
3 cr
T Cooper
3 cr
T Cooper
3 cr
V Ritts
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
T Cooper
8am-8:50am
CN-126
2 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
2pm-2:50pm
CN-126
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9:30am-10:45am
CN-126
STAFF
8/24-12/19
2pm-3:15pm
CN-221
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8am-9:15am
CN-126
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8am-8:50am
CN-126
1 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
2pm-2:50pm
CN-126
STAFF
8/23-12/19
9:30am-10:45am
CN-126
STAFF
8/24-12/19
2pm-3:15pm
CN-221
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8am-9:15am
CN-126
STAFF
8/24-12/19
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
1pm-1:50pm
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-1:45pm
8am-9:15am
9am-10:45am
HE-127
CN-126
CN-126
CS-119
CN-126
BA-202
CS-104
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
5:30pm-6:45pm
CN-126
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
RDG:016
DEVELOPMENTAL READING
33150
601
Day
MWF
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 601 is required.
33151
602
Day
MWF
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 602 is required.
33153
603
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 603 is required.
33217
604
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 604 is required.
35021
605
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section 605 is required.
RDG:017
DEVELOPMENTAL READING LAB
31521
601
Day
MWF
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 601 is required.
33152
602
Day
MWF
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 602 is required.
33154
603
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 603 is required.
33218
604
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 604 is required.
35022
605
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section 605 is required.
RDG:020
READING IMPROVEMENT
32147
601
Day
MWF
31240
602
Day
MWF
32700
603
Day
MWF
31242
604
Day
TR
31245
605
Day
TR
34193
606
Day
TR
31239
640
Day
MWF
Permission required, contact an academic advisor.
33145
650
Evening
MW
RDG:021
READING IMPROVEMENT LAB
31976
601
Day
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
31977
650
Evening
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
RDG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING
32815
601
Day
31254
602
Day
32699
603
Day
32209
604
Day
32939
605
Day
32148
606
Day
33147
607
Day
33149
608
Day
31262
609
Day
31263
610
Day
33464
611
Day
32938
612
Day
33463
613
Day
33148
614
Day
35069
616
Day
31265
640
Day
Permission required, contact an academic advisor.
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
MWF
TR
9am-9:50am
11am-11:50am
11am-11:50am
12pm-12:50pm
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-3:15pm
2am-3:15am
3pm-4:15pm
9:30am-10:45am
2pm-3:15pm
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
2pm-3:15pm
11am-11:50am
11am-1:45pm
8/23-12/19
CN-124
STAFF
1 cr
S Brady
CN-124
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-126
CN-224
SO-109
TBA
CN-126
CN-221
HE-127
CS-119
CN-126
CN-224
CS-210
CN-126
SO-109
CN-126
TBA
CS-104
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
Meramec
Reading
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
31247
641
Day
MWF
Permission required, contact an academic advisor.
34192
646
Day
MW
35023
647
Evening
MW
33146
650
Evening
MW
RDG:031
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING LAB
33520
601
Day
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
33521
650
Evening
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
9am-10:45am
CS-104
STAFF
10/18-12/19
3pm-4:35pm
5pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
CS-210
CN-201
CN-226
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
CN-124
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
1 cr
S Brady
CN-124
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-124
1 cr
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-124
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-124
1 cr
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-124
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-124
1 cr
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-124
S Brady
8/23-12/19
CN-126
CS-209
CS-104
TBA
CS-104
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
RDG:053
VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT LAB
31352
601
Day
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
31353
650
Evening
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
Meramec
RDG:054
STUDY SKILLS AND NOTETAKING
33522
601
Day
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
33523
650
Evening
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
RDG:055
STUDY SKILLS AND NOTETAKING LAB
31362
601
Day
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
32219
650
Evening
TBA
Contact the Meramec Academic Center, CN-124 at 314-984-7390.
RDG:100
31431
31434
32890
35476
31435
COLLEGE READING AND STUDY SKILLS
601
Day
602
Day
603
Day
604
Day
641
Day
MWF
MWF
TR
MW
TR
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
9:30am-10:45am
2pm-3:15pm
11am-1:45pm
8/23-12/19
Sociology
SOC:101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3 cr
34208
601
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SO-204
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31190
602
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-232
C Epperson
8/23-12/19
31192
603
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SO-105
A White
8/23-12/19
34418
604
Day
MWF
2pm-2:50pm
LH-104
STAFF
8/23-12/19
31193
606
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SO-105
A White
8/24-12/19
33701
607
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SO-105
STAFF
8/24-12/19
31372
608
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
LH-104
STAFF
8/24-12/19
34693
695
Day/Hybrid
R
3:30pm-6pm
SO-206
STAFF
10/21-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34167
605
Day
TR
3:45pm-5:20pm
SO-105
STAFF
9/14-12/19
31212
6X1
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SO-108
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
31371
6X2
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
SO-205
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
33977
6X3
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SO-204
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
34327
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
BA-114
STAFF
8/26-12/19
31213
6W1
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
SO-205
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35140
6W2
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
10/18-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34333
6W3
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
31215
6W4
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-10/17
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34331
6W5
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
10/18-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
34332
6W6
Online
TBA
NET
C Epperson
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34334
6W7
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
32926
690
Canterbury Program
TBA
TAUGHT ABROAD
STAFF
8/16-12/31
Permission required, call Carol Lupardus at 314-513-4411 or Chris Sulincevski at 314-539-5350. For more information, see Study Abroad on page 11.
SO-231
3 cr
D Gardetto
8/23-12/19
SOC:103
HUMAN BEHAVIOR AT WORK AND IN BUSINESS
31221
601
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SO-205
SOC:126
STUDY OF PSYCHODYNAMIC SUBSTANCES
31222
650
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
SO-204
SOC:202
AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS AND ISSUES
34453
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
SOC:204
MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
34328
674
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
34329
675
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
A White
9/13-12/19
A White
10/18-12/19
SOC:211
33572
3 cr
STAFF
8/26-12/19
ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE
650
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
CS-104
11am-12:40pm
9am-10:40am
3pm-4:40pm
11am-12:40pm
9am-10:40am
6pm-9:40pm
CS-204
CS-205
CS-205
CS-204
CS-204
CS-209
9am-10:40am
1pm-2:40pm
CS-205
CS-205
11am-12:40pm
CS-205
11am-12:40pm
CS-205
1:30pm-2:45pm
CS-205
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
Spanish
SPA:101
31380
31381
31383
34420
35460
33529
SPA:102
31384
31385
SPA:201
31387
SPA:202
31388
SPA:206
34419
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
601
Day
MW
602
Day
TR
603
Day
MW
604
Day
TR
605
Day
MW
650
Evening
R
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
601
Day
MW
602
Day
TR
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
601
Day
MW
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II
601
Day
TR
ADVANCED SPANISH CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION
601
Day
MW
4 cr
STAFF
M Romero
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
M Romero
STAFF
4 cr
M Romero
4 cr
M Romero
3 cr
M Romero
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Theatre
THT:101
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
3 cr
30164
601
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
CN-230
J Rebollo
8/23-12/19
30165
602
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
CS-206
K Oliver
8/23-12/19
34465
603
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
CN-201
STAFF
8/23-12/19
30166
604
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
CN-227
J Rebollo
8/24-12/19
30167
674
Online
TBA
NET
K Oliver
9/13-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Keith Oliver, at [email protected] or
314-984-7490.
THT:102
STAGECRAFT
30168
601
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
TH-112
THT:104
THEATRE PRACTICUM
34466
601
Day
TBA
THEATRE
This section tied to working on the first fall production. Must be available the evenings of technical rehearsal and production
34468
602
Day
TBA
THEATRE
This section tied to working on the second fall production. Must be available the evenings of technical rehearsal and production.
3 cr
R Willmore
1 cr
D Thompson
R Willmore
10/13-12/6
THT:105
THEATRE PRACTICUM
34469
601
Day
TBA
THEATRE
This section tied to production and advanced technical study. Must be available the evenings of technical rehearsal and production.
2 cr
D Thompson
9/7-12/6
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
149
8/24-12/19
9/7-10/12
Meramec
SOC:102
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY - HONORS
35456
693
Day
MW
1pm-2:15pm
Honors eligibility required to enroll. Contact an academic advisor for registration approval.
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
THT:106
THEATRE PRACTICUM
3 cr
34470
601
Day
TBA
THEATRE
J Rebollo
9/7-12/6
This section tied to production and further study within the curriculum. Must be available the evenings of technical rehearsal and production of the first mainstage production.
34471
602
Day
TBA
THEATRE
K Oliver
9/14-12/5
This section tied to production and further study within the curriculum. Must be available the evenings of technical rehearsal and production of the second mainstage
production.
THT:108
ACTING I
3 cr
33119
601
Day
MW
11am-12:15pm
TH-112
J Rebollo
8/23-12/19
30191
602
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
TH-112
J Rebollo
8/24-12/19
THT:109
ACTING II
3 cr
34472
601
Day
MW
12:30pm-1:45pm
TH-112
J Rebollo
8/23-12/19
THT:110
HISTORY OF THEATRE
3 cr
34841
674
Online
TBA
NET
K Oliver
9/20-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor, Keith Oliver, at [email protected] or
314-984-7490.
THT:115
33510
THT:531
34141
ACTING FOR THE CAMERA
650
Evening
STAGE MOVEMENT
601
Day
M
6:30pm-9:30pm
CN-225
F
10am-1pm
TH-112
3 cr
J Rebollo
3 cr
J Rebollo
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
Meramec
Women's Studies
WMS:100
INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES
32383
6W1
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SO-206
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Pisacreta
8/23-12/19
STLCC has plenty of
opportunities to help you
make the most of your
college experience - in
and out of the classroom.
Get Involved @
www.stlcc.edu/campuslife
Choose from more than
100 clubs, organizations and
athletic teams at STLCC.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Courses at Wildwood
......................................................pgs. 151-162
www.stlcc.edu/ww/ • 2645 Generations Drive, Wildwood, MO 63040
General Information – 636-422-2000
Assessment Testing – 636-422-2000
Academic Advising – 636-422-2000
Academic & Student Support Services –
636-422-2000
Bookstore – 636-422-2030
www.wildwoodbookstore.com
Bookstore hours are listed on the inside
back cover of this schedule.
Access/disAbility Support Services –
636-422-2000
www.stlcc.edu/disAbility
Continuing Education –
314-984-7777
www.stlcc.edu/continuing_education
Study Abroad – 314-539-5350
www.stlcc.edu/programs/study_abroad
Transcripts – 314-644-9670
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Central Student Records
5600 Oakland Avenue, Room B-13
St. Louis, MO 63110
Veterans’ Services – 636-422-2000
Admissions/Registration –
636-422-2000
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
www.stlcc.edu/admreg
MILEAGE GRID
(one way)
CC
CC
FV
FP
MC
SC
WW
17
7
18
17
30
16
21
31
29
11
16
24
12
20
FV
17
FP
7
16
MC
18
21
11
SC
17
31
16
12
WW
30
29
24
20
28
28
STLCC
Wildwood
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Wildwood Directory
St. Louis Community College
Fall 2010 Wildwood Final Exam Schedule
December 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 • Special Schedule Day, Wednesday, December 15
Wildwood
Section for which the starting time of the
first meeting each week during Fall term was...
Will have a 1 hour 50
minute exam on...
MONDAY
8 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
9 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
10:50 a.m.
11 a.m.
12 p.m.
12:25 p.m.
1 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
3 p.m.
5 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
6 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7 p.m.
Friday
Monday
Monday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Monday
Monday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Monday
Monday
Wednesday
Monday
Monday
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
17
13
13
15
15
15
13
13
13
15
13
13
13
15
13
13
3-4:50 p.m.
8:30-10:20 a.m.
9-10:50 a.m.
10:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
10:50 a.m. -12:40 p.m.
11 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
12:25-2:15 p.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
1:30-3:20 p.m.
3-4:50 p.m.
5-6:50 p.m.
5:30-7:20 p.m.
6-7:50 p.m.
6:30-8:20 p.m.
7:30-9:20 p.m.
TUESDAY
8:30 a.m.
9 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
12 p.m.
1 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
3 p.m.
5 or 5:30 p.m.
7 p.m.
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Thursday
Tuesday
Tuesday
Tuesday
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
December
14
14
16
14
14
16
14
14
14
8:30-10:20 a.m.
9-10:50 a.m.
10:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
1-2:50 p.m.
1:30-3:20 p.m.
3-4:50 p.m.
5:30-7:20 p.m.
7:30-9:20 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
12 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
6 p.m.
7 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
December
December
December
December
December
December
15
15
15
15
15
15
12-1:50 p.m.
1:30-3:20 p.m.
5:30-7:20 p.m.
6-7:50 p.m.
7-8:50 p.m.
8-9:50 p.m.
THURSDAY
1:30 p.m.
7 p.m.
Thursday
Thursday
December 16
December 16
1:30-3:20 p.m.
7-8:50 p.m.
FRIDAY
9 a.m.
12 p.m.
Friday
Friday
December 17
December 17
9-10:50 a.m.
12-1:50 p.m.
SATURDAY
8:30 a.m.
9 a.m.
10 a.m.
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
December 18
December 18
December 18
8:30-10:20 a.m.
9-10:50 a.m.
10-11:50 a.m.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Accounting
ACC:100
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
30293
301
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-225
30294
350
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
WW-225
ACC:110
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
33678
301
Day
MW
8am-9:50am
WW-227
35690
374
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
4 cr
D Babbitt
D Babbitt
ACC:114
33775
3 cr
D Babbitt
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
301
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-304
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Anthropology
ANT:101
35678
ANT:102
34036
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-208
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
T
7pm-8:30pm
WW-222
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
Y Hubbman
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
Art
ART APPRECIATION
301
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-214
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
T
7pm-9pm
WW-306
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35016
375
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35237
376
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
M Weber
P Rooney
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-8/25
T Carter
8/23-12/19
T Carter
9/20-12/19
ART:103
HISTORY OF MODERN ART
32438
3WA
Evening
T
5:30pm-7:40pm
WW-214
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
K Worley
8/24-12/19
ART:107
33669
35746
ART:108
33789
35747
ART:109
31490
35738
ART:110
31494
35739
ART:111
33791
ART:112
33792
ART:113
35695
35698
ART:114
34594
ART:131
34597
ART:133
35743
ART:134
35744
ART:172
34598
2 cr
K Wilson
F Frye
2 cr
K Wilson
F Frye
3 cr
M Weber
STAFF
3 cr
M Weber
STAFF
3 cr
M Oakley
3 cr
M Oakley
3 cr
E Hoefer
E Hoefer
3 cr
M Weber
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
J Angert
DESIGN I
338
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
WW-AA
370
Evening
W
5:30pm-9:20pm
WW-AA
DESIGN II
338
Day
TR
9am-10:50am
WW-AA
370
Evening
W
5:30pm-9:20pm
WW-AA
DRAWING I
338
Day
MW
9am-11:50am
WW-309
346
Evening
MW
5:30pm-8:20pm
WW-309
DRAWING II
338
Day
MW
9am-11:50am
WW-309
346
Evening
MW
5:30pm-8:20pm
WW-309
FIGURE DRAWING I
338
Day
MW
1pm-3:50pm
WW-309
FIGURE DRAWING II
338
Day
MW
1pm-3:50pm
WW-309
CERAMICS I
339
Day
MW
1pm-3:50pm
WW-AA
369
Evening
TR
5:30pm-8:30pm
WW-AA
PAINTING I
338
Day
TR
1pm-3:50pm
WW-309
COMPUTER ART STUDIO
301
Day
TR
10:30am-1:20pm
WW-207
GRAPHIC DESIGN I
301
Day
TR
1:30pm-4:15pm
WW-207
GRAPHIC DESIGN II
301
Day
TR
1:30pm-4:15pm
WW-207
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
T
6:30pm-7:30pn
WW-206
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ART:207
34585
35748
DESIGN III
338
Day
370
Evening
TR
W
9am-10:50am
5:30pm-9:20pm
WW-AA
WW-AA
2 cr
K Wilson
F Frye
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
153
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Wildwood
ART:100
31462
34584
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
ART:209
34588
35740
ART:210
35741
ART:213
35735
35736
ART:214
34595
ART:243
35745
AT:213
35697
35737
AT:229
34596
DRAWING III
338
Day
346
Evening
ADVANCED DRAWING
346
Evening
CERAMICS II
339
Day
369
Evening
PAINTING II
338
Day
FIGURE ILLUSTRATION
301
Evening
ADVANCED CERAMICS
339
Day
369
Evening
ADVANCED PAINTING PROJECTS
338
Day
Type
Day
Time
Location
MW
MW
9am-11:50am
5:30pm-8:20pm
WW-309
WW-309
MW
5:30pm-8:20pm
WW-309
MW
TR
1pm-3:50pm
5:30pm-8:30pm
WW-AA
WW-AA
TR
1pm-3:50pm
WW-309
T
5pm-8:40pm
WW-309
MW
TR
1pm-3:50pm
5:30pm-8:30pm
WW-AA
WW-AA
TR
1pm-3:50pm
WW-309
Credits
Instructor
3 cr
M Weber
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
E Hoefer
E Hoefer
3 cr
M Weber
2 cr
M Oakley
3 cr
E Hoefer
E Hoefer
3 cr
M Weber
Dates
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Biology
BIO:111
33656
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
301
Day
Wildwood
4 cr
MW
10:30-11:45am
WW-302
J Flunker
8/23-12/19
W
8:30am-10:20am
WW-311
8/25-12/19
30703
302
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-306
J Flunker
8/24-12/19
T
12pm-1:50pm
WW-311
8/24-12/19
30704
303
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-222
M Howard
8/24-12/19
R
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-311
8/26-12/19
30701
3W1
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-208
A Lodhi
8/23-12/19
W
10:30am-12:20pm
WW-311
8/25-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30714
351
Evening
W
4pm-5:50pm
WW-311
J Nickells
8/25-12/19
W
6pm-8:40pm
WW-227
8/25-12/19
30710
3WA
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-304
D Schwartz
8/23-12/19
W
7pm-8:50pm
WW-311
8/25-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35400
380
Weekend
S
8:30am-11:20am
WW-227
STAFF
8/28-12/19
S
11:30am-1:20pm
WW-311
8/28-12/19
BIO:117
CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY
3 cr
33899
301
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-302
J Allman
8/23-12/19
BIO:122
HUMAN SEXUALITY
3 cr
33327
338
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-226
G Adeyemi
8/24-12/19
33657
368
Evening
M
5:30pm-8:10pm
WW-225
G Adeyemi
8/23-12/19
BIO:203
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY I
4 cr
33890
301
Day
TR
8:30am-9:20am
WW-208
A Lodhi
8/24-12/19
TR
9:30am-11:20am
WW-311
8/24-12/19
34501
350
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:20pm
WW-208
A Lodhi
8/24-12/19
TR
6:30pm-8:20pm
WW-311
8/24-12/19
BIO:207
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
4 cr
33658
301
Day
TR
8:30am-9:45am
WW-308
M Howard
8/24-12/19
T
10am-11:50am
WW-308
8/24-12/19
33892
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-308
M Chowdhury
8/23-12/19
W
12pm-1:50pm
WW-308
8/23-12/19
35403
303
Day
M
12pm-2:45pm
WW-308
STAFF
8/23-12/19
M
3pm-4:50pm
WW-308
8/23-12/19
34541
395
Day/Hybrid
TBA
NET
W Huber
8/23-12/19
F
2pm-3:50pm
WW-308
8/27-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 170, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected] or 314-644-9322.
33659
350
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-308
L Thebeau
8/23-12/19
W
7pm-8:50pm
WW-308
8/25-12/19
35402
380
Weekend
S
8:30am-11:20am
WW-308
STAFF
8/28-12/19
S
11:30am-1:20pm
WW-308
8/28-12/19
BIO:208
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
4 cr
33895
301
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-308
M Chowdhury
8/24-12/19
R
10am-11:50am
WW-308
8/26-12/19
33896
350
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-308
M Chowdhury
8/24-12/19
R
7pm-8:50pm
WW-308
8/26-12/19
34719
395
Day/Hybrid
F
9am-10:50am
WW-308
8/27-12/19
TBA
NET
D Huber
8/23-12/19
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 170, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
154
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Credits
Instructor
Dates
BUS:104
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
30204
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-225
33724
302
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-304
33777
346
Day
TR
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-208
30205
350
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
WW-226
34895
374
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
BUS:201
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
33681
301
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-304
35494
374
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
R Mozelewski
8/24-12/19
9/7-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Type
Day
Time
Location
Business Administration
Business Law
BLW:101
30190
BUSINESS LAW I
350
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
WW-201
MW
M
M
MW
M
W
8:30am-9:45am
10am-11:50am
12pm-12:50pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-7:50pm
WW-226
WW-311
WW-226
WW-306
WW-311
WW-306
10:30am-11:45am
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-201
WW-202
Chemistry
33661
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
301
Day
350
Evening
5 cr
W Blanchard
W Blanchard
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
College Orientation
COL:020
33132
33665
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
301
Day
TR
302
Day
TR
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
E McCloskey
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Communications
COM:101
ORAL COMMUNICATION I
30122
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-224
32675
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-224
33725
303
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-224
33404
304
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-224
32786
305
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-224
30124
306
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-224
33762
307
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-224
33715
308
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-224
30123
309
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-201
34569
310
Day
F
9am-11:40am
WW-224
33763
346
Day
TR
3pm-4:50pm
WW-224
30125
350
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
WW-224
35596
374
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Criminal Justice
CRJ:122
35693
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
350
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
WW-222
Economics
ECO:140
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
35692
301
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-302
ECO:151
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
33779
3W1
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-208
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30226
3W2
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-225
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30227
3WA
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
WW-220
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35434
375
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
155
8/23-12/19
Wildwood
CHM:101
33660
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
ECO:152
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
33778
3W1
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-304
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33682
3W2
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-225
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34428
374
Online
TBA
NET
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
Credits
Instructor
Dates
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
R Mozelewski
9/7-12/19
Education
EDU:120
ART FOR CHILDREN
3 cr
31082
350
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
WW-309
C Kriefall
8/26-12/19
EDU:210
TEACHING PROFESSION WITH FIELD EXPERIENCE
3 cr
34111
301
Day
W
12pm-1:50pm
WW-304
S Lupardus
8/25-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local schools is required.
35651
303
Day
TR
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-304
STAFF
8/24-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local schools is required.
EDU:211
31091
34447
EDU:218
34442
EDU:227
34110
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
301
Day
350
Evening
TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
302
Day
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
301
Day
MW
W
9am-10:15am
5:30pm-8:10pm
WW-304
WW-204
W
12pm-2:40pm
WW-206
TR
10:30-11:45am
WW-301
3 cr
M Taylor
S Bierbaum
3 cr
M Taylor
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
Emergency Medical Technology
Wildwood
EMT:121
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES, AND TECHNIQUES
8 cr
31426
350
Evening
MW
6pm-10pm
WW-208
J Riedisser
8/23-12/19
There is a prerequisite of American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Healthcare Providers. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom time.
English
ENG:020
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
33097
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-201
ENG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
30850
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-204
33098
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-306
30852
303
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-223
33767
304
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-225
32499
350
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-223
ENG:070
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS III
35536
301
Day
F
9am-11:40am
WW-208
ENG:101
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
31145
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-220
31150
303
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-222
31151
304
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-220
33768
305
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-222
31174
306
Day
MW
3pm-4:15pm
WW-207
31152
307
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-220
31153
308
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-220
33292
309
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-220
35602
310
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
WW-224
34271
311
Day
F
9am-11:40am
WW-202
31188
346
Day
TR
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-220
31182
350
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-220
31185
351
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
WW-220
34273
374
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
J Bear
3 cr
T Roach
T Roach
K Beardsell
M Gwinn
C Gant
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
M Bacon
M Bacon
J Damm
C Candice
S Hinrichs
STAFF
T Roach
T Roach
STAFF
D Garwood
M Gwinn
C Candice
STAFF
K Beardsell
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
ENG:102
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
3 cr
31227
3W1
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-222
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31226
3W2
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-222
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31225
3X1
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-222
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 before taking this course.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
156
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
33667
3X2
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-222
L Abuisba
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 and recommended that they complete COM:101 before taking this course.
31229
3WA
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-222
W O'Neal
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34274
3W4
Online
TBA
NET
T Smith
9/13-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35062
3W5
Online
TBA
NET
T Smith
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is required that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
ENG:110
CREATIVE WRITING
33766
3W1
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-AA
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
K Beardsell
8/24-12/19
ENG:201
INTRODUCTION TO FICTION
35419
3W1
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-226
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
T Roach
8/24-12/19
ENG:205
AMERICAN LITERATURE BETWEEN 1865 AND 1945
3 cr
34275
3W4
Online
TBA
NET
D Cormier
8/23-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
FRE:101
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
34663
3S1
Day
TR
1:30pm-3:10pm
WW-214
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
4 cr
E Azwell
8/24-12/19
3 cr
R Becker
8/24-12/19
3 cr
J Allman
8/23-12/19
Geography
GEG:100
34547
REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY: THE EASTERN WORLD
350
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-201
Geology
GEO:100
EARTH SCIENCE
30452
3W1
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-226
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
History
HST:100
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION
34600
3W1
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-201
HST:101
AMERICAN HISTORY I
33796
346
Day
MW
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-214
32425
3S1
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-223
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
30912
3W1
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-223
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30915
3WA
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
WW-223
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35665
3W0
Weekend
S
10am-12:40pm
WW-223
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35659
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
M
7pm-8:30pm
WW-224
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
B Hapner
3 cr
M Love
B Kerr
8/24-12/19
9/20-12/19
8/23-12/19
J Blalock
8/23-12/19
R Waller
8/23-12/19
R Waller
8/28-12/19
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
HST:102
AMERICAN HISTORY II
3 cr
31039
3W1
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-223
J Glen
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31771
3W2
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-223
J Glen
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
35662
3WB
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
WW-223
STAFF
8/24-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33793
3W4
Online
TBA
NET
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
M
7pm-8:30pm
WW-204
B Kerr
8/23-8/23
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
HST:105
U.S. IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
33794
3W1
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-306
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
J Glen
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
157
8/23-12/19
Wildwood
French
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
HST:119
THE MODERN WORLD
35656
3W1
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-202
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
Credits
Instructor
Dates
3 cr
R Becker
8/23-12/19
HST:205
35660
HISTORY OF MODERN MIDDLE EAST
3 cr
3W4
Online
TBA
NET
F Stopsky
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
T
7pm-8:30pm
WW-225
8/24-8/24
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Humanities
HUM:115
33828
LIFE AND DEATH DURING THE NAZI ERA
301
Day
M
1:30pm-4:20pm
WW-304
3 cr
R Kalfus
8/23-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Information Systems
IS:103
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
34449
301
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-306
30643
374
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDS:101
CORNERSTONE
3 cr
33785
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-202
J Damm
8/23-12/19
The Creative Thinker: Art Between Forms focuses on creativity across and between forms. Students will approach creativity both as critics, developing analytical faculties
by examining works across a wide cultural and formal spectrum, and as active participants, expressing their creativity in response to the works they have previously explored.
Wildwood
32162
302
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-225
R Swiener
8/23-12/19
Crime, Deviance or Difference examines various perspectives on the four topics: assisted suicide, prostitution, homosexuality and gambling. Students will draw on
psychology, history, politics and economics to provide various attitudes and value judgments on these topics.
34279
308
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-204
J Bear
8/24-12/19
Living on Minimum Wage in America. Is the American dream within everyone's grasp? How is it possible for working people to live in poverty in our own country?
Students will use Barbara Ehrenreich's “Nickel and Dimed” as a framework to evaluate their own values and bias. They will explore information on economics and diversity
and explore solutions through discussion, projects, collaboration, interviewing, guest speakers and technology.
34295
352
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
WW-220
S Murphy
8/26-12/19
Sports and Sportsmanship examines the history of American sports; the ethics involved in playing sports; and the psychology behind the popularity of sports in America
(e.g. compare/contrast amateur and professional sports; how ethics and psychology play roles in both). Students will consider the values that sports, sports franchises, players,
and fans represent.
34409
374
Online
TBA
NET
D Higgins
8/23-12/19
Mental Health and Young Adults. The goal of this course is to raise awareness about mental health issues facing young adults. Students will examine personal and
cultural value systems as we explore causes, symptoms, prevention, and treatment. Topics will include anxiety disorders, depression, eating disorders, attention deficit
disorder/attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, substance abuse, and self-injury. For more information, see
Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at dhiggi[email protected]
34759
375
Online
TBA
NET
T Carter
8/23-12/19
Invisible Men: The Portrayal of African American Culture through Art and Literature examines the portrayal of African-American culture, in particular African
American men, in various art forms throughout the 20th century. This course will concentrate on cultural, sociological, and psychological presentations of black culture/black
men completely through art/artists, writers/writings, music and television/cinema. Special attention will be given to productions in America and the Caribbean. For more
information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
34760
376
Online
TBA
NET
T Carter
8/23-12/19
The Art of Political Freedom examines the use of various art forms by artists to express feelings, ideas, and strategies related to the social and political struggles of various
minority groups. This course will concentrate on the art and artists relevant to social and political movements of the late 19th and 20th centuries. Students will explore this
subject through such broad categories as Black Art, Mexican Art, Feminist Art, Gay and Lesbian Art, etc. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
35426
377
Online
TBA
NET
L Abuisba
8/23-12/19
Harry Potter: Literature, Values, and Culture. Students will study the impact that literature has on our value systems by examining references to historical and cultural
belief systems contained in the Harry Potter series. They will develop and express their own perspectives in response to moral and ethical issues presented in the series.
Assignments will introduce students to basic literary theory and analysis, themes in world mythology, and scholarly criticism of Rowling's work. Research is required, and
students will be required to keep a logbook of their in-class activity, prewriting, and finished work. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to
www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
35544
378
Online
TBA
NET
D Higgins
8/23-12/19
Health Communication: Motivating Individuals and Communities for Positive Outcomes investigates how health promotion messages are designed to influence
healthy behavior in targeted populations. Health communication is multifaceted and we will draw from various disciplines, including communication, health education,
psychology, sociology, and marketing. Students will investigate public health campaigns and current trends in health promotion. For more information, see Distance Learning
on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
IDS:201
CAPSTONE
4 cr
35425
351
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
WW-202
B Kerr
8/24-12/19
It's All About Me: A Personal Journey Through Time focuses on the acquisition, documentation and origination of each student's family history and the collection of primary
documents from an array of sources. Students will collect primary documents that will be used to investigate American history at a given period time. The course will consist of
the principles, theories, or methodology of scholarly historical research and presentation. Students will research their family history within several historical periods of American
history for the purpose of tying the development of American history to their family by using public records that consist of primary, electronic, non-circulating material.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
35542
395
Day/Hybrid
TR
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-222
L DeLorenzo
8/23-12/19
“Yes We Can” Linking Political Rhetoric to Public Policy examines the impact of political rhetoric on the structure of U.S. government and public policy, both foreign
and domestic. Students study significant political speeches, slogans and sound-bites from throughout history and attempt to link such political rhetoric with observable
changes in political climate, citizen participation in government, and public policy. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click
on Distance Learning.
35423
396
Day/Hybrid
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-201
J Glen
8/23-12/19
Abraham Lincoln, His Life and Times. Students will research and examine the life and times of our nation’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. They will research accepted
facts, contested facts, and differing viewpoints to contribute to study and discussion. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and
click on Distance Learning.
Management
MGT:204
33780
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
301
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-214
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
350
Evening
7pm-9:40pm
WW-222
3 cr
STAFF
8/26-12/19
10:30am-11:45am
WW-302
12pm-3:30pm
WW-223
Marketing
MKT:203
33683
R
Mass Communications
MCM:101
35599
MCM:130
34572
INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS
301
Day
TR
FILM APPRECIATION
301
Day
F
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
E Donovan
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
MTH:020
PRE ALGEBRA
3 cr
32512
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-209
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32513
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-209
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32514
303
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-209
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32515
304
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-209
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32516
305
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-209
STAFF
32517
306
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-209
STAFF
33666
346
Day
TR
3pm-4:15pm
WW-209
STAFF
32518
350
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-209
STAFF
MTH:030
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
3 cr
32563
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-207
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32564
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-206
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32565
303
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
WW-207
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32561
304
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-207
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32566
305
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-208
STAFF
32569
306
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-209
STAFF
33407
307
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-302
STAFF
32567
346
Day
MW
3pm-4:50pm
WW-206
STAFF
32568
350
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-222
STAFF
MTH:140
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
3 cr
30490
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-206
STAFF
30493
302
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-207
STAFF
35630
303
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-207
STAFF
30492
304
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-206
STAFF
30491
305
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-206
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
35079
306
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-206
STAFF
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
30498
350
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-201
STAFF
33786
395
Day/Hybrid
R
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-206
K Granger
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
MTH:160C
32190
32191
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
301
Day
302
Day
MW
TR
10:30am-12:20pm
10:30am-12:20pm
WW-204
WW-204
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
159
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Wildwood
Mathematics
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
32192
303
Day
TR
3pm-4:50pm
WW-306
STAFF
34578
395
Day/Hybrid
T
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-206
K Granger
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
35677
396
Day/Hybrid
W
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-209
K Granger
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning. After registering, contact the instructor at
[email protected]
32193
350
Evening
TR
7pm-8:50pm
WW-306
STAFF
MTH:165
STRUCTURES OF MATHEMATICAL SYSTEMS I
3 cr
33787
301
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-301
K Granger
MTH:220
ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II
5 cr
33788
301
Day
M
11:01am-11:50am
WW-307
M Riat
WF
10:06am-11:50am
WW-307
Dates
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
Music
Wildwood
MUS:113
HISTORY OF JAZZ
34624
3W1
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-214
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
B Wheeler
MUS:114
THE ENJOYMENT OF MUSIC
32146
301
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-214
MUS:128
SURVEY OF ROCK MUSIC
30659
3SA
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
WW-214
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
33807
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
W
7pm-8:30pm
WW-222
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
B Wheeler
3 cr
A Honnold
MUS:130
35749
35762
2 cr
B Wheeler
B Wheeler
BEGINNING GUITAR
301
Day
302
Day
TR
MW
1:30pm-2:20pm
12pm-12:50pm
WW-307
WW-307
A Honnold
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-8/25
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Philosophy
PHL:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
3 cr
30853
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-214
D Gusdorf
8/23-12/19
30854
3WA
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
WW-227
STAFF
8/26-12/19
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
34635
3W4
Online
TBA
NET
K Bradfield
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
R
7pm-8:30pm
WW-226
8/26-8/26
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
PHL:102
INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
33797
3W1
Day
TR
12pm-1:15pm
WW-226
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
L Siliceo-Roman
PHL:103
WORLD RELIGIONS
30886
301
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-227
PHL:104
ETHICS
33671
3S1
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-201
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
35676
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
W
7pm-8:30pm
WW-201
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
J Smith
3 cr
D Gusdorf
PHL:109
35679
3 cr
STAFF
BIO-MEDICAL ETHICS
301
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-220
C Gallup
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-8/25
8/23-12/19
Physical Education
PE:116
30008
BOWLING I
350
Evening
1 cr
M
5pm-5:50pm
WW-202
V Paez
MW
5pm-5:50pm
OFF CAMPUS
Class meets on campus on the first day, then at West County Lanes, 15727 Manchester Road. There will be a $3 fee per class paid at West County Lanes.
PE:129
FIRST AID
34551
380
Weekend
S
35406
381
Weekend
S
PE:130
FITNESS CENTER I
33695
340
Day
TR
Class meets at Wildwood YMCA, 2641 Highway 109, Wildwood, MO 63040.
33696
342
Day
TR
Class meets at Wildwood YMCA, 2641 Highway 109, Wildwood, MO 63040.
33901
371
Evening
TR
Class meets at Wildwood YMCA, 2641 Highway 109, Wildwood, MO 63040.
8/23-8/23
8/25-12/19
9am-12:20pm
9am-12:20pm
WW-222
WW-222
1:30pm-2:55pm
OFF CAMPUS
2 cr
M Dutt
M Dutt
1 cr
G Hirssig
1:30pm-2:55pm
OFF CAMPUS
G Hirssig
10/19-12/19
5:30pm-6:55pm
OFF CAMPUS
G Hirssig
8/24-10/17
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
160
8/28-10/17
10/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
5:30pm-6:55pm
OFF CAMPUS
G Hirssig
10/19-12/19
TR
MW
TR
M
10:30am-11:45am
1:30pm-2:45pm
12pm-1:15pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
WW-202
WW-208
WW-201
WW-226
M
T
8:30am-10am
7pm-8:30pm
WW-102B
WW-102B
M
T
8:30am-10am
7pm-8:30pm
WW-102B
WW-102B
MW
MW
11am-11:50am
6pm-6:50pm
WW-102B
WW-102B
W
5:30pm-8:15pm
WW-226
W
8:30pm-10:20pm
WW-226
Day
33904
372
Evening
TR
Class meets at Wildwood YMCA, 2641 Highway 109, Wildwood, MO 63040.
PE:161
33905
33907
35407
32021
PE:181
30045
33662
PE:182
30049
33663
PED:116
34055
33664
STRESS MANAGEMENT
301
Day
302
Day
303
Day
350
Evening
YOGA I (BEGINNING)
338
Day
368
Evening
YOGA II (ALL LEVELS/INTERMEDIATE)
338
Day
368
Evening
PILATES
301
Day
350
Evening
3 cr
J Giovanni
J Giovanni
J Giovanni
M Gavosto
1 cr
K Hanewinkel
L Hartin
1 cr
K Hanewinkel
L Hartin
1 cr
K Hanewinkel
L Hartin
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Physical Science
PSI:111
30527
PSI:115
35408
INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY I
350
Evening
OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMY
350
Evening
3 cr
M Angliongto
1 cr
M Angliongto
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
PSC:101
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS
31052
301
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-226
31056
3W1
Day
F
9am-11:50am
WW-223
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
M Love
M Love
8/24-12/19
8/27-12/19
PSC:205
CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES
34639
3S1
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-202
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
L DeLorenzo
8/23-12/19
Psychology
PSY:125
HUMAN SEXUALITY
33374
338
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-226
33673
368
Evening
M
5:30pm-8:10pm
WW-225
PSY:200
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
33675
301
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-204
33674
302
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-227
33799
346
Day
TR
10:30am-12:10pm
WW-227
35730
347
Day
F
9am-11:50am
WW-225
31172
3W2
Day
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-227
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33676
3W5
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
WW-227
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
33798
374
Online
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
M
6:30pm-7:30pm
WW-227
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
R Swiener
R Swiener
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
PSY:203
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
31184
3S1
Day
TR
10:30am-11:45am
WW-208
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Welty
8/24-12/19
PSY:205
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
33677
3W1
Day
TR
9am-10:15am
WW-202
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Welty
8/24-12/19
PSY:208
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
34643
350
Evening
W
5:30pm-8:20pm
WW-214
PSY:214
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
31208
3WA
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
WW-202
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
R Becker
3 cr
F Engelhardt
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
9/14-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
D Welty
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
Reading
RDG:020
33134
RDG:030
32790
33144
33143
33770
32791
READING IMPROVEMENT
301
Day
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING
301
Day
302
Day
303
Day
304
Day
350
Evening
MW
10:30am-11:45am
WW-223
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
10:30am-11:45am
12pm-1:15pm
9am-10:15am
12pm-1:15pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
WW-220
WW-202
WW-307
WW-223
WW-304
3 cr
J Bear
3 cr
B Brannan
J Worley
B Brannan
B Brannan
M Buckey
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
161
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Wildwood
Political Science
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Sociology
SOC:100
HUMAN RELATIONS
3 cr
34657
3S1
Day
TR
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-306
S Smith
8/24-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
SOC:101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
3 cr
31545
3S1
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
WW-226
STAFF
8/23-12/19
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
34658
350
Evening
T
7pm-9:50pm
WW-201
S Wells
8/24-12/19
33802
3W4
Online
TBA
NET
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Required Orientation
R
7pm-8:30pm
WW-201
8/26-8/26
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course. For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go
to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
SOC:103
HUMAN BEHAVIOR AT WORK AND IN BUSINESS
3 cr
34659
301
Day
MW
9am-10:15am
WW-306
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Spanish
SPA:101
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
33803
3S1
Day
MW
12pm-1:40pm
WW-227
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
33140
3SA
Evening
W
6pm-9:40pm
WW-202
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
SPA:102
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
35731
3S1
Day
MW
1:30pm-3:20pm
WW-225
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
Wildwood
4 cr
J Otalora
8/23-12/19
C Reid
8/25-12/19
4 cr
S Fritschle
8/23-12/19
3 cr
S Graham
8/23-12/19
Theatre
THT:108
35752
ACTING I
350
Evening
M
6:30pm-8:45pm
WW-307
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First, register for classes.
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Update your mailing address through
Banner Self-Service at
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MORE INFORMATION is available at
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free. Replacement cards cost $20.
*Locations for photos:
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Meramec: Campus Life office
Wildwood: Information desk
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& University Center:
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Courses at HEC
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William J. Harrison Education Center
New Center opening Fall 2010
See next page for a listing of credit courses that will be
offered at the new William J. Harrison Education Center.
The center will also be offering non-credit classes.
Visit www.stlcc.edu/Continuing_Education for more
information.
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16
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William J. Harrison Education Center Directory
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Art
ART:100
ART APPRECIATION
35705
H74
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Biology
BIO:151
35798
35799
BIOLOGY OF HUMAN HEALTH AND DISEASE
H01
Day
MW
H50
Evening
TR
2pm- 3:20pm
5:30pm- 6:45pm
HEC-SCIENCE LAB
HEC-SCIENCE LAB
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/17
8/24-12/17
10am-10:50am
9am-10:15am
3pm- 4:15pm
HEC
HEC-FINE ARTS
HEC-107
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
3pm- 5pm
OFF CAMPUS
1 cr
S La Mell
08/16-12/31
M
T
8:25am-10am
11am-12:35pm
HEC-203
HEC-203
MW
11am-12:15pm
HEC-203
MW
1:30pm- 2:50pm
HEC-FINE ARTS
MW
3pm- 4:20pm
HEC-FINE ARTS
4pm- 6:40pm
HEC-203
4pm- 6:40pm
HEC-203
4pm- 6:40pm
HEC-203
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
6pm-10pm
HEC-203
8 cr
STAFF
TR
1pm- 2:15pm
HEC-104
TR
1pm- 2:15pm
HEC-107
MWF
1pm- 2:15pm
HEC-203
6pm- 9:30pm
HEC-109
5:20pm- 6:55pm
HEC-107
5:20pm- 6:55pm
HEC-109
4 cr
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
2 cr
STAFF
8:30am- 9:45am
HEC-107
3 cr
STAFF
College Orientation
COL:020
35816
35817
35818
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
H01
Day
MWF
H02
Day
TR
H03
Day
TR
Culinary Arts
CUL:101
SAFETY AND SANITATION
34262
H02
Day
MTWRF
A contractual class held at the St. Patrick Partnership Center.
CUL:101
35534
35535
CUL:105
35538
SAFETY AND SANITATION
H26
Day
H27
Day
FOOD PREPARATION THEORY
H01
Day
1 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
Dental Assisting
HEC/SCEUC
DA:149
35803
DA:150
35804
DENTAL TERMINOLOGY
H01
Day
INFECTION CONTROL IN DENTISTRY
H50
Day
1 cr
D Munson
1 cr
D Munson
11/01-12/15
11/01-12/15
Early Care and Education
ECE:101
35765
ECE:124
35766
ECE:125
35767
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
H01
Day
M
CHILD NUTRITION, HEALTH AND SAFETY
H01
Day
T
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I
H01
Day
W
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Emergency Medical Technology
EMT:121
35790
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES, AND TECHNIQUES
477
Evening
TR
8/24-12/16
English
ENG:020
35715
ENG:030
35716
ENG:101
35702
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
H01
Day
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
H01
Day
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
H01
Day
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Health Information Technology
HIT:101
35477
HIT:102
35478
HIT:103
35479
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
H50
Evening
W
HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
H50
Evening
TR
HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
H50
Evening
M
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
Hospitality, Restaurant Management
HRM:134
35539
INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
H01
Day
TR
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Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
9am-11:40am
HEC-109
5:30pm- 6:45pm
HEC-109
7pm- 9:40pm
HEC-109
1pm- 2:35pm
HEC-109
9am-11:40am
HEC-109
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Information Systems
IS:101
35480
IS:102
35481
IS:103
35482
IS:119
35658
IS:123
33428
KEYBOARDING
H80
Weekend
S
KEYBOARDING AND FORMATTING
H50
Evening
TR
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
H50
Evening
R
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS-WORD PROCESSING
H80
Weekend
S
INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS
H80
Weekend
S
1 cr
F Darris
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
1 cr
F Darris
1 cr
F Darris
9/18-10/16
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
9/25-10/23
10/23-11/20
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDS:101
CORNERSTONE
35706
H74
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
Need write up for the class.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
Mathematics
MTH:020
35484
MTH:030
35485
MTH:080
35486
MTH:108
35487
PRE ALGEBRA
H01
Day
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
H01
Day
BASIC MATH SKILLS I
H01
Day
ELEMENTARY APPLIED MATHEMATICS
H01
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
HEC-104
MW
11am-12:15pm
HEC-104
MW
9:30am-10:45am
HEC-107
MW
11am-12:15pm
HEC-107
3 cr
R Wilke
3 cr
R Wilke
3 cr
R Wilke
3 cr
R Wilke
MWF
1pm- 2:15pm
HEC-104
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
RDG:012
BASIC READING SKILLS
35707
H01
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:013 section H01 is required.
1pm- 1:50pm
HEC-107
2 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
RDG:013
BASIC READING SKILLS LAB
35708
H01
Day
MW
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:012 section H01 is required.
2pm- 2:50pm
HEC-107
1 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
RDG:016
DEVELOPMENTAL READING
35709
H01
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:017 section H01 is required.
1pm- 1:50pm
HEC-203
2 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
RDG:017
DEVELOPMENTAL READING LAB
35711
H01
Day
TR
Concurrent enrollment in RDG:016 section H01 is required.
2pm- 2:50pm
HEC-203/109
1 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MWF
3pm- 4:40pm
HEC-104
MWF
3pm- 4:40pm
HEC-107
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
PSY:200
35703
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
H01
Day
Reading
RDG:020
35712
RDG:030
35714
READING IMPROVEMENT
H01
Day
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING
H21
Day
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
Sociology
SOC:101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
35704
H74
Online
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
3 cr
STAFF
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Psychology
St. Louis Community College
Courses at SCEUC
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www.stlcc.edu/Campuses/Education_Centers • 4115 Meramec Bottom Road, St. Louis, MO 63129
South County Education & University Center
South County Education & University Center Directory
General Information for
SCEUC –
314-984-7200
HEC/SCEUC
Academic Center (Meramec) –
314-984-7390
Financial Aid –
314-984-7210
Bookstore –
314-984-7229
Bookstore hours are listed on
the inside back cover of this
schedule.
Financial Aid (Meramec) –
314-984-7650
www.stlcc.edu/financialaid
Bookstore (Meramec) –
314-984-7660
Access Services –
314-984-7210
www.stlcc.edu/disAbility
GED (Adult Basic Education) –
314-984-7777
Business Office (Meramec) –
314-984-7736
Advising –
314-984-7205
Continuing Education –
314-984-7777
www.stlcc.edu/continuing_education
Advising and Counseling –
314-984-7575
2nd floor Clark Hall
(Meramec)
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm;
Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Study Abroad –
314-539-5350
www.stlcc.edu/programs/study
_abroad
Transcripts – 314-644-9670
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Central Student Records
5600 Oakland Avenue,
Room B-13
St. Louis, MO 63110
Veterans' Services –
314-984-7496
1st floor Clark Hall (Meramec)
Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30pm
Distance Learning –
314-539-5185
Assessment Center
(Meramec) –
314-984-7596
MILEAGE GRID
(one way)
CC
CC
FV
FP
MC
SC
WW
17
7
18
17
30
16
21
31
29
11
16
24
12
20
FV
17
FP
7
16
MC
18
21
11
SC
17
31
16
12
WW
30
29
24
20
28
28
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Credits
Instructor
Day
Time
Location
Dates
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC
R
6:30pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-100
12:30pm-1:45pm
SCEUC-100
6pm-8:50pm
SCEUC
3 cr
D Henson
3 cr
D Henson
3 cr
E Engel
ART:275
PHOTO IMAGING I: PHOTOSHOP
35362
S95
Day
W
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the computer labs.
1pm-3:50pm
SCEUC-208
3 cr
J Feiner
8/25-12/19
AT:135
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE WWW I
35364
S95
Day
T
Adobe Dreamweaver software will be taught on Windows-based computers.
1pm-4:50pm
SCEUC-208
3 cr
E Engel
8/24-12/19
Accounting
ACC:100
30278
ACC:110
30301
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
S01
Day
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
S50
Evening
3 cr
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
Art
ART:100
ART APPRECIATION
31460
S01
Day
MWF
ART:103
HISTORY OF MODERN ART
32881
S01
Day
TR
ART:131
COMPUTER ART STUDIO
34856
S50
Evening
TR
An additional $35 is required for printing done in the computer labs.
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
BIO:111
30689
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
S01
Day
M
9am-11:50am
SCEUC-204
W
9am-10:50am
SCEUC-201
30691
S02
Day
M
1pm-3:50pm
SCEUC-204
W
1pm-2:50pm
SCEUC-201
30692
S03
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-202
T
9am-10:50am
SCEUC-201
30695
S04
Day
T
9am-11:50am
SCEUC-204
R
9am-10:50am
SCEUC-201
32286
S05
Day
T
1pm-2:50pm
SCEUC-201
R
1pm-3:50pm
SCEUC-204
35372
S96
Day/Hybrid
M
9am-10:50am
SCEUC
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
35374
S97
Day/Hybrid
M
11am-12:50pm
SCEUC
TBA
NET
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190 or go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning.
30697
S50
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
SCEUC-204
W
7pm-8:50pm
SCEUC-201
30699
S51
Evening
T
7pm-8:50pm
SCEUC-201
R
7pm-9:50pm
SCEUC-204
BIO:122
HUMAN SEXUALITY
30812
S01
Day
TR
8:30am-9:45am
SCEUC
32453
S02
Day
TR
10am-11:15am
SCEUC
BIO:207
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
32857
S01
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SCEUC-204
F
9am-10:50am
SCEUC-201
33077
S02
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-205
F
12pm-1:50pm
SCEUC-201
34931
S80
Weekend
S
8:30am-11am
SCEUC-204
S
11:10am-1pm
SCEUC-201
4 cr
B Johnson
E Vernon
STAFF
T Werner
T Werner
R Harms
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
R Harms
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
E Vernon
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
B Johnson
3 cr
J Martin de Camilo
J Martin de Camilo
4 cr
T Lane
T Lane
T Lane
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
Business Administration
BUS:104
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
3 cr
30202
S01
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC
STAFF
30203
S50
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
STAFF
BUS:201
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
3 cr
34401
S01
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC
J Abdul
35488
SX1
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC
J Abdul
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
32826
S50
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
J Abdul
33851
SXA
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
J Abdul
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
HEC/SCEUC
Biology
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
W
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
3 cr
STAFF
8/25-12/19
Business Law
BLW:101
34397
BUSINESS LAW I
S50
Evening
Chemistry
CHM:101
32433
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
S01
Day
5 cr
MW
1pm-2:25pm
SCEUC-202
STAFF
R
1pm-2:50pm
SCEUC-201
MW
2:30pm-2:50pm
SCEUC-202
32431
S50
Evening
R
7pm-7:50pm
SCEUC-201
STAFF
T
7pm-9:50pm
SCEUC-202
R
8pm-9:50pm
SCEUC-201
34982
S97
Day/Hybrid
S
8am-10:20am
SCEUC-201
TBA
NET
Required Orientation
S
8am-10:20am
SCEUC-201
STAFF
For more information, see Distance Learning on page 190, go to www.stlcc.edu and click on Distance Learning or contact the instructor at [email protected]
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-8/28
College Orientation
COL:020
33131
33257
35049
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
S01
Day
MWF
S02
Day
TR
S03
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
12:30pm-1:45pm
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-213
SCEUC-213
SCEUC-213
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Communications
HEC/SCEUC
COM:101
ORAL COMMUNICATION I
3 cr
33267
S01
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
SCEUC-104
STAFF
30118
S02
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-104
STAFF
30119
S03
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-104
STAFF
34223
S04
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-202
STAFF
32777
S05
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-104
STAFF
33281
S06
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SCEUC-213
STAFF
33497
S07
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-213
STAFF
32778
S08
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-104
D Sperruzza
33258
S09
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SCEUC-104
D Sperruzza
35050
S10
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-120
STAFF
30120
S50
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-202
D Hurst
30121
S51
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-104
D Hurst
COM:107
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3 cr
35554
S01
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC
STAFF
COM:200
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CULTURES
3 cr
33169
SX1
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-104
D Sperruzza
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Criminal Justice
CRJ:207
35355
CRJ:212
33492
POLICE SUPERVISION
S50
Evening
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
S01
Day
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
MW
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC
3 cr
W Lampros
3 cr
S Elhoffer
W
6:30pm-9pm
SCEUC
3 cr
J Kulczycki
8/26-12/19
8/25-12/19
Early Care and Education
ECE:125
35196
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I
S46
Evening
9/15-12/19
Economics
ECO:140
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
3 cr
33852
S01
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC
D Kummer
33854
SX1
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC
D Kummer
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
ECO:151
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
30224
S01
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC
33866
SW1
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
D Kummer
D Kummer
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
ECO:152
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
33853
S01
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC
33878
SW1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32143
S50
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
33877
SWA
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
STAFF
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Education
EDU:210
TEACHING PROFESSION WITH FIELD EXPERIENCE
3 cr
34108
S01
Day
W
1pm-2:50pm
SCEUC-118
K Hizer
8/25-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover insurance and criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local
schools is required.
34109
S50
Evening
W
7pm-8:50pm
SCEUC-102
STAFF
8/25-12/19
An additional $14 will be added to the maintenance fee to cover insurance and criminal background check costs. An average of three hours per week of observation in local
schools is required.
EDU:211
31090
EDU:218
33519
EDU:227
35379
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
S01
Day
TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
S50
Evening
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
S01
Day
M
9am-11:40am
SCEUC-118
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-207
R
4pm-6:40pm
SCEUC
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/26-12/19
Emergency Medical Technology
EMT:121
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES, AND TECHNIQUES
8 cr
32205
S01
Day
TR
9am-1pm
SCEUC-215
M Dietzler
8/23-12/19
There is a prerequisite of American Heart Association Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Healthcare Providers. An additional $55 will be added to the maintenance fee.
48 hours of clinical required in addition to classroom time.
ENG:003
SENTENCE COMBINING
30648
S01
Day
WR
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7226.
30650
S50
Evening
WR
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7226.
ENG:004
GRAMMAR REVIEW
30656
S01
Day
WR
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7226.
30658
S50
Evening
WR
Permission required, contact the College Writing Center at 314-984-7226.
SCEUC
1 cr
R Winter
8/25-12/19
SCEUC
R Winter
8/25-12/19
SCEUC
1 cr
R Winter
8/25-12/19
SCEUC
R Winter
8/25-12/19
ENG:020
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
32409
S01
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-215
32771
S02
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-103
ENG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
30846
S01
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-100
33351
S02
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-100
33109
S03
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-215
33216
S04
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-215
30847
S05
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-120
34224
S06
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-215
33730
S50
Evening
M
7pm-9:50pm
SCEUC-101
30848
S51
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
SCEUC-101
ENG:101
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
31134
S01
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-200
31135
S02
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-103
31136
S03
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-200
31137
S04
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-200
33352
S05
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-101
31138
S06
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
SCEUC-101
33353
S08
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
SCEUC-120
32497
S09
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-103
33219
S10
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-200
32703
S11
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-200
32706
S12
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SCEUC-200
32774
S13
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SCEUC-200
31141
S50
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
SCEUC-200
32132
S52
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
SCEUC-200
33180
S53
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
SCEUC-200
ENG:102
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
31214
SW1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-103
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31218
SW2
Day
TR
9:30am-10:50am
SCEUC-102
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31219
SW3
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-205
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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HEC/SCEUC
English
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
31216
SX1
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-102
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
33560
SXA
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:50pm
SCEUC-102
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
ENG:201
INTRODUCTION TO FICTION
3 cr
31312
SXA
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:50pm
SCEUC-205
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Geology
GEO:100
33336
EARTH SCIENCE
S01
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-216
3 cr
D Wamsley
8/23-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
History
HST:101
AMERICAN HISTORY I
32426
S01
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-214
33349
S02
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-214
32846
SW1
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SCEUC-212
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
32427
S50
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-118
34930
S81
Weekend
S
9am-11:40am
SCEUC-120
HST:102
AMERICAN HISTORY II
32847
S01
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-214
32848
SW2
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SCEUC-212
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31040
S50
Evening
T
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-212
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
J Hughes
STAFF
8/25-12/19
8/28-12/19
STAFF
8/24-12/19
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Information Systems
IS:103
30637
32651
INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS
S01
Day
MWF
S02
Day
TR
12pm-12:50pm
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC
SCEUC
HEC/SCEUC
Interdisciplinary Studies
IDS:101
CORNERSTONE
3 cr
33376
S01
Day
MW
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-205
P Nygard
8/23-12/19
Understanding The Lord of the Rings: Books and Films will focus on Peter Jackson's three successful films based on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings which have
brought many new readers to this classic of western literature, and sent many erstwhile readers back for a second look. This course will acquaint students with the life and
writings of Tolkien, survey the successes and shortcomings of Jackson's trilogy, and explore the complex world of Middle Earth created by both. In the process, students will
ponder the relevance of Tolkien's and Jackson's achievements to everyday modern life through the examination of such universal themes as good vs. evil, nature vs. machine,
fall and redemption, the primacy of free will, the corrupting influence of absolute power, and the value of fellowship in a diverse and often contentious society.
34879
S03
Day
MW
12pm-1:15pm
SCEUC-104
C Gallup
8/23-12/19
Free Will and Society. What are the conditions that make for a successful democratic arrangement? It has been claimed that if people are only able to vote based on their
personal self-interest, the best outcomes for the whole could not be realized. What is the best possible balance between the needs of society and the needs of individuality?
How does "enlightenment" factor in? Free Will and Society will explore these questions and offer an introduction to success strategies in college and orientation to college
work and study skills.
34880
S05
Day
MW
1:30pm-2:45pm
SCEUC-104
C Gallup
8/23-12/19
Free Will and Society. What are the conditions that make for a successful democratic arrangement? It has been claimed that if people are only able to vote based on their
personal self-interest, the best outcomes for the whole could not be realized. What is the best possible balance between the needs of society and the needs of individuality?
How does "enlightenment" factor in? Free Will and Society will explore these questions and offer an introduction to success strategies in college and orientation to college
work and study skills.
34934
S06
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-217
E Reitan
8/23-12/19
Evil and the Human Condition examines various perspectives on the problem of evil in human experience. We will explore the contributions the behavioral sciences have
offered to explain and account for destructiveness and cruelty in human behavior.
33375
S51
Evening
R
5:30pm-8:20pm
SCEUC-213
P Nygard
8/26-12/19
Understanding The Lord of the Rings: Books and Films will focus on Peter Jackson's three successful films based on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings which have
brought many new readers to this classic of western literature, and sent many erstwhile readers back for a second look. This course will acquaint students with the life and
writings of Tolkien, survey the successes and shortcomings of Jackson's trilogy, and explore the complex world of Middle Earth created by both. In the process, students will
ponder the relevance of Tolkien's and Jackson's achievements to everyday modern life through the examination of such universal themes as good vs. evil, nature vs. machine,
fall and redemption, the primacy of free will, the corrupting influence of absolute power, and the value of fellowship in a diverse and often contentious society.
IDS:201
33142
CAPSTONE
S01
Day
4 cr
T
11am-12:50pm
SCEUC-201
K Gaines
8/24-12/19
R
11am-12:50pm
SCEUC-204
8/26-12/19
Crime Solving and Forensic Science examines forensics through academic research, labs/activities, and a possible service learning project. Students will learn techniques
used for identification of suspect and victim (DNA, fingerprints, footprints, tire tracks, odontology, hair, and anthropology) as well as how to determine the cause, manner,and
mechanism of death. Students must have completed 27 credit hours in General Education before enrolling in a Capstone course.
Mass Communications
MCM:130
33508
FILM APPRECIATION
S50
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-101
3 cr
STAFF
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
SCEUC-209
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-102
SCEUC-209
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-209
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-207
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-216
SCEUC-207
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-216
SCEUC-207
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-207
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-202
SCEUC-202
SCEUC-207
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-207
STAFF
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-207
STAFF
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-103
SCEUC-103
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
SCEUC-212
SCEUC-216
SCEUC-212
SCEUC-216
SCEUC-205
SCEUC-207
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
SCEUC-122
SCEUC-207
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
SCEUC-122
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
MTH:020
PRE ALGEBRA
32501
S01
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32502
S02
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32503
S03
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32504
S04
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32505
S05
Day
MWF
1pm-1:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32506
S06
Day
TR
8am-9:15am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32507
S07
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32508
S08
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32509
S09
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32763
S10
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
32510
S50
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32511
S51
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
MTH:030
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
32555
S01
Day
MWF
8am-8:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32556
S02
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
32557
S03
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32558
S04
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
32559
S05
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32663
S06
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32560
S08
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
32764
S09
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
32765
S10
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
33078
S11
Day
TR
2pm-3:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32562
S51
Evening
MW
7pm-8:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32666
S52
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
32766
S53
Evening
TR
7pm-8:15pm
MTH:140
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
30439
S01
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
33275
S02
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
30448
S03
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
30450
S04
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
30487
S05
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
32767
S06
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
32768
S07
Day
TR
2pm-3:20pm
30488
S50
Evening
MW
5:30pm-6:45pm
This is a computer-aided instruction section with on-site availability of instructors and tutors.
30489
S51
Evening
TR
5:30pm-6:45pm
MTH:160B
COLLEGE ALGEBRA: NON-TECH MAJORS
33551
S01
Day
MWF
12pm-1:15pm
MTH:160C
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
32186
S01
Day
MTWF
8am-8:50am
32187
S02
Day
MTWF
10am-10:50am
32188
S50
Evening
MW
7pm-8:50pm
32189
S51
Evening
TR
5pm-6:50pm
32770
S52
Evening
TR
7pm-8:50pm
SCEUC-212
SCEUC-122
SCEUC-122
SCEUC-122
SCEUC-120
SCEUC-120
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
HEC/SCEUC
Mathematics
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
TR
2pm-3:15pm
SCEUC-217
MWF
TR
W
10am-10:50am
9:30am-10:45am
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-212
SCEUC
SCEUC-120
Credits
Instructor
Dates
Music
MUS:114
34131
MUS:128
32841
35507
32843
THE ENJOYMENT OF MUSIC
S01
Day
SURVEY OF ROCK MUSIC
S01
Day
S02
Day
S51
Evening
3 cr
G Gackstatter
3 cr
K Quinn
K Quinn
D Pittman
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
PHL:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
32491
SW1
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-118
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
PHL:103
WORLD RELIGIONS
30885
SW1
Day
MWF
9am-9:50am
SCEUC-120
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
E Reitan
8/23-12/19
PHL:104
ETHICS
33141
SW1
Day
MWF
12pm-12:50pm
SCEUC-217
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
30890
SWA
Evening
R
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-205
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
E Reitan
8/23-12/19
STAFF
8/26-12/19
PHL:109
BIO-MEDICAL ETHICS
32628
SW1
Day
MW
2pm-3:15pm
SCEUC-214
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
Philosophy
Physical Education
PE:116
30007
BOWLING I
S01
Day
HEC/SCEUC
T
10am-10:50am
TR
10am-10:50am
Class meets at SCEUC on first day; then at DuBowl Lanes, 2711 Lemay Ferry Road.
33182
S02
Day
T
11am-11:50am
TR
11am-11:50am
Class meets at SCEUC on first day; then at DuBowl Lanes, 2711 Lemay Ferry Road.
PE:120
COMMUNITY CPR
30013
S80
Weekend
S
An additional $10 will be added to the maintenance fee.
PE:122
DANCE AEROBICS
30014
S50
Evening
MW
PE:129
FIRST AID
30019
S80
Weekend
S
An additional $10 will be added to the maintenance fee.
PE:133
32743
GOLF
S80
PE:161
33183
31577
PE:181
30042
30043
32661
30044
PE:182
30046
30047
32662
30048
PED:116
32671
STRESS MANAGEMENT
S01
Day
S50
Evening
YOGA I (BEGINNING)
S01
Day
S02
Day
S50
Evening
S80
Weekend
YOGA II (ALL LEVELS/INTERMEDIATE)
S01
Day
S02
Day
S50
Evening
S80
Weekend
PILATES
S50
Evening
SCEUC
OFF CAMPUS
SCEUC
OFF CAMPUS
9:30am-12pm
SCEUC
5:30pm-6:20pm
SCEUC
9:30am-12pm
SCEUC
1 cr
P Anders
P Anders
1 cr
STAFF
1 cr
D Star
2 cr
M Moore
1 cr
S
8:30am-11:30am
SCEUC
E Mimlitz
S
8:30am-11:30am
OFF CAMPUS
Class meets at SCEUC the first day; then at ProAm Golf, 2760 Union Road. An additional $80 will be added to the maintenance fee for range balls.
Weekend
MW
W
11am-12:15pm
7pm-9:30pm
SCEUC-122
SCEUC-103
M
W
R
TBA
8am-9:30am
8am-9:30am
7pm-8:30pm
SCEUC
SCEUC
SCEUC
M
W
R
S
8am-9:30am
8am-9:30am
7pm-8:30pm
8am-9:30am
SCEUC
SCEUC
SCEUC-127
SCEUC
MW
7pm-7:50pm
SCEUC
3 cr
M Ethridge
K Fernandez
1 cr
D Motta
D Motta
J Elliott
STAFF
1 cr
D Motta
D Motta
J Elliott
G Karros
1 cr
D Star
R
7pm-9:50pm
SCEUC-102
3 cr
M Beta
8/24-8/24
8/26-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/26-12/19
10/30-12/11
8/23-12/19
8/28-10/23
8/28-8/28
9/4-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/25-12/19
Physical Science
PSI:111
30526
INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY I
S50
Evening
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Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
9:30am-10:45am
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-217
SCEUC-212
3 cr
E Neal
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Political Science
PSC:101
31051
31054
INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN POLITICS
S01
Day
TR
S50
Evening
W
Psychology
PSY:125
HUMAN SEXUALITY
3 cr
32013
S01
Day
TR
8:30am-9:45am
SCEUC-212
STAFF
32406
S02
Day
TR
10am-11:15am
SCEUC-212
STAFF
PSY:200
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3 cr
31148
S02
Day
MWF
11am-11:50am
SCEUC-120
STAFF
32657
S03
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SCEUC-120
STAFF
31146
SS1
Day
MWF
10am-10:50am
SCEUC-120
STAFF
This section is speaking intensive. It is recommended that students complete COM:101 before taking this course.
32698
SWA
Day
TR
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-120
STAFF
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
31147
SXA
Evening
M
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-120
STAFF
This section is speaking and writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete both COM:101 and ENG:101 before taking this course.
PSY:203
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
31183
S01
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-214
PSY:205
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
32658
S01
Day
TR
9:30am-10:45am
SCEUC-118
31198
S50
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-100
PSY:214
ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY
32659
SWA
Day
WF
10:30am-11:45am
SCEUC-118
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
S Pressman
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
3 cr
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
RDG:020
32780
33125
RDG:030
33126
33127
32500
33128
32781
33133
READING IMPROVEMENT
S01
Day
S02
Day
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE READING
S01
Day
S02
Day
S03
Day
S04
Day
S05
Day
S51
Evening
MWF
TR
10am-10:50am
11am-12:15pm
SCEUC-213
SCEUC-217
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
TR
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:15pm
7pm-8:15pm
SCEUC-213
SCEUC-200
SCEUC-213
SCEUC-208
SCEUC-208
SCEUC-122
3 cr
STAFF
K Daugherty
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
Sociology
SOC:101
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
31217
S01
Day
TR
12:30pm-1:45pm
SCEUC-118
31220
SWA
Evening
W
7pm-9:40pm
SCEUC-216
This section is writing intensive. It is recommended that students complete ENG:101 before taking this course.
3 cr
STAFF
STAFF
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
Spanish
SPA:101
33773
SPA:102
34421
ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
S51
Day
ELEMENTARY SPANISH II
S51
Evening
TR
6pm-7:40pm
SCEUC-215
MW
6pm-7:40pm
SCEUC-213
4 cr
STAFF
4 cr
STAFF
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St. Louis Community College
Weekend and Late Start Classes
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
S
S
S
F
S
F
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
S
F
S
S
S
SU
F
S
SU
F
SU
F
SU
F
SU
F
SU
F
S
SU
F
S
S
S
S
9am-1pm
9am-1pm
9am-3pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3pm
9am-11:30am
12:30pm-2:10pm
9am-12pm
1pm-3:30pm
3:40pm-5:30pm
8am-10:30am
10:40am-12:30pm
9am-10:50am
11am-1:30pm
9am-1pm
8am-1:30pm
12:20pm-3pm
9am-12pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
9am-12pm
9am-1pm
9am-1pm
8am-4pm
8am-11:30am
11:35am-1pm
8am-12pm
8am-12pm
6pm-8:40pm
9am-10:45am
6pm-9:40pm
9am-1pm
9am-1pm
9am-12pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
9am-12pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
9am-12pm
8am-1pm
6pm-9pm
8am-12pm
11am-12:40pm
11am-12:40pm
11am-12:40pm
Dates
FLORISSANT VALLEY Weekend
Weekend & Late Start
30835
31707
32803
33641
33640
33642
32089
32473
ACC:124
ACC:211
ART:275
AT:205
AT:206
AT:208
AT:276
BIO:111
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
580
Computer Accounting Applications: Databases
Current Topics in Accounting
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
Dimensional Illustration I
3D Miniature Studio Set Design
Fantasy Illustration I
Photo Imaging II: Photoshop
Introductory Biology I
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
33498
33204
BIO:203
BIO:207
580
581
General Microbiology I
Anatomy and Physiology I
4 cr
4 cr
31554
BIO:207
580
Anatomy and Physiology I
4 cr
31556
BIO:208
580
Anatomy and Physiology II
4 cr
34592
34090
32548
34733
34754
BUS:104
COL:020
COM:101
ECE:125
ECE:200
580
580
580
580
580
Introduction to Business Administration
College Orientation and Study Skills
Oral Communication I
Child Growth and Development I
Guiding Young Children
3
3
3
3
3
30748
30765
34616
32625
32605
30359
32166
32687
35637
32451
35669
35671
32333
32404
ECO:151
ECO:152
EE:106
ENG:030
ENG:032
ENG:101
ENG:102
HST:101
IS:103
IS:123
LGL:217
LGL:218
MTH:020
MTH:027
580
580
585
580
580
582
5XW
580
580
580
580
580
581
580
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
IBM Personal Computer Installation and Repair
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing Lab
College Composition I
College Composition II
American History I
Information Systems for Business
Introduction to Windows
Legal Research
Legal Writing
Pre-Algebra
Bridges to Elementary Algebra
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
2 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
33012
33023
MTH:030
MTH:123
582
580
3 cr
1 cr
33025
MTH:123
581
33026
MTH:123
582
33027
MTH:123
583
33031
MTH:137
580
Elementary Algebra
Introduction to the Texas Instruments
Graphing Calculator
Introduction to the Texas Instruments
Graphing Calculator
Introduction to the Texas Instruments
Graphing Calculator
Introduction to the Texas Instruments
Graphing Calculator
Bridges to Intermediate Algebra
30518
32401
MTH:140
MTH:157
581
580
Intermediate Algebra
Bridges to College Algebra
3 cr
1 cr
33627
33636
33702
35334
MTH:160C
MUS:121
MUS:122
MUS:221
580
580
580
580
College Algebra
Class Piano I
Class Piano II
Class Piano III
4
2
2
2
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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8/21-10/9
10/16-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
9/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/28-12/19
9/11-12/18
9/10-12/10
9/11-12/10
9/24-12/19
10/23-12/19
9/18-9/25
8/28-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/28-10/17
10/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
9/25-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/28-10/16
10/23-12/18
8/28-12/18
8/20-8/22
8/20-8/22
8/28-12/18
8/20-8/22
8/20-8/22
8/20-8/22
8/20-8/22
8/27-8/29
8/27-8/29
8/27-8/29
8/27-8/29
8/20-8/22
8/20-8/22
8/28-12/18
8/20-8/22
8/20-8/22
8/28-12/18
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
34984
32580
MUS:222
PE:106
580
580
Class Piano IV
Backpacking and Hiking
2 cr
1 cr
31144
PE:118
580
Camping and Floating
1 cr
32586
32588
31322
31324
31013
32884
30987
33065
30988
32885
31323
32598
34679
34682
34683
34684
32599
31325
33933
PE:122
PE:123
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:153
580
580
580
581
583
582
580
583
581
582
580
581
582
583
584
585
587
586
580
Dance Aerobics
Dance Aerobics II
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Scuba Diving I - Open Water
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
S
M
S
U
T
T
S
U
S
S
S
S
U
U
S
U
S
U
S
S
U
U
S
S
U
U
S
S
11am-12:40pm
6:35pm-8:30pm
9am-11:59pm
12:01am-6pm
6pm-7pm
7pm-8pm
9am-11:59pm
12:01am-6pm
8am-9:40am
8am-9:40am
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
9am-10:40am
8:15am-9:55am
10:41am-12:21pm
10am-11:40am
9am-10:40am
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
9am-10:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
10:41am-12:21pm
9am-10:40am
8am-9:40am
9:41am-10:40am
8/23-12/19
9/20-9/20
9/25-9/25
9/26-9/26
8/24-8/24
8/24-8/24
9/11-9/11
9/12-9/12
8/28-12/18
8/28-12/18
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/28-12/18
8/28-12/18
Dates
3
2
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
S
F
TR
MW
F
S
F
S
S
S
S
F
S
T
9am-1pm
9am-3:50pm
6:45pm-9:50pm
7pm-9:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3pm
9am-2:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-3:50pm
9am-2:50pm
9am-3pm
5pm-8pm
10/16-12/31
9/3-10/17
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/29-12/17
9/11-12/31
9/17-12/19
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/11-12/31
9/17-12/19
9/11-12/31
9/14-11/2
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
TR
F
MW
M
R
5:30pm-9:30pm
9am-1pm
8am-10am
6:30pm-9pm
3pm-5:30pm
10/19-12/19
9/24-12/17
9/13-11/24
9/13-12/19
10/7-11/18
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
2 cr
R
W
F
S
F
S
F
S
S
R
TR
TR
W
6:30pm-9:10pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
9am-12pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
9am-12pm
9am-1pm
9am-1pm
8am-4pm
5:30pm-8:15pm
5pm-6:30pm
7pm-9:55pm
7pm-9:55pm
9/9-12/16
10/20-12/19
10/1-12/17
9/11-12/18
9/10-12/10
9/11-12/10
9/17-12/19
10/23-12/19
9/18-9/25
11/4-12/9
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/15-12/19
31707
30996
30982
33294
30999
32803
34456
34673
33641
33640
33642
35061
32089
35389
ACC:211
ART:135
ART:165
ART:172
ART:235
ART:275
AT:124
AT:204
AT:205
AT:206
AT:208
AT:212
AT:276
BIO:154
580
501
551
551
501
580
501
580
580
580
580
501
580
50H
34203
34592
33611
35524
32444
BIO:562
BUS:104
CHM:002
ECE:101
ECE:102
550
580
501
50R
501
35496
32277
34740
34733
34754
ECE:107
ECE:124
ECE:124
ECE:125
ECE:200
550
550
551
580
580
Current Topics in Accounting
Graphic Production I
Photography I
Digital Photography
Graphic Production II
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
Bookmaking
Comic Book Illustration I
Dimensional Illustration I
3D Miniature Studio Set Design
Fantasy Illustration I
Special Topics in Photography
Photo Imaging II: Photoshop
Human Reproduction, Embryology,
and Development
Special Topics - BioProcessings
Introduction to Business Administration
Preparation for Chemistry
Introduction to Early Care and Education
Creative Experiences in Early Care
and Education
Early Care and Special Education
Child Nutrition, Health and Safety
Child Nutrition, Health and Safety
Child Growth and Development I
Guiding Young Children
30748
30765
34616
34239
33106
30431
30436
ECO:151
ECO:152
EE:106
EE:532
EGR:050
EGR:100
EGR:133
580
580
585
550
550
550
550
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
IBM Personal Computer Installation and Repair
LabVIEW Basics II
Fundamentals of Drafting
Engineering Drawing
Introduction to AutoCAD I
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Weekend & Late Start
FLORISSANT VALLEY Late Start
St. Louis Community College
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
30438
34175
34132
31122
33596
31156
31158
31164
31167
31173
31390
33597
35314
EGR:139
EGR:148
EGR:256
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
550
550
550
506
540
503
506
512
517
526
519
540
51G
3-D AutoCAD with Autoshade
Solid Modeling with Unigraphics
Solid Modeling with CATIA
Developmental English
Developmental English
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
30327
30337
30346
30350
32647
30373
30380
32166
34377
34372
35754
35085
30844
30845
35637
34361
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
IS:101
IS:101
IS:102
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
IS:110
504
516
523
527
533
5XJ
5XU
5XW
5WH
574
575
575
551
552
580
564
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
Keyboarding
Keyboarding
Keyboarding and Formatting
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Programming Design and Development
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
7pm-9:55pm
6pm-8:55pm
6pm-8:55pm
9:30am-10:45am
11am-12:20pm
8am-9:20am
9:30am-10:50am
2pm-3:20pm
8am-9:20am
12:30pm-1:50pm
9:30am-10:50am
8am-10:30am
8am-8:15am
8am-9:15am
8am-9:20am
12:30pm-1:50pm
9:30am-10:50am
12:30pm-1:50pm
11am-1:30pm
12:30pm-1:50pm
5:30pm-9:35pm
8am-12pm
3:30pm-9:30pm
34861
32451
33689
33544
33536
33545
35675
33835
30864
34373
35758
35759
34862
32895
33838
33478
IS:119
IS:123
IS:123
IS:125
IS:126
IS:129
IS:130
IS:131
IS:132
IS:132
IS:136
IS:136
IS:137
IS:151
IS:151
IS:157
574
580
575
574
574
574
565
574
550
501
501
564
574
574
564
574
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
2 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
2 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
4 cr
4 cr
32978
IS:161
574
1 cr
1 cr
TBA
TBA
34752
35718
IS:214
IS:235
574
564
Microcomputer Applications-Word Processing
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Excel for Windows
E-Mail and Information Management
HTML
Hardware and Software Support
Advanced HTML
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Internet Fundamentals
Internet Fundamentals
Microcomputer Applications-Presentation Software
Microcomputer Applications in Business
Microcomputer Applications in Business
Microcomputer ApplicationsIntermediate Word Processing
Microcomputer ApplicationsAdvanced Word Processing
Spreadsheet Macros and Advanced Topic
Network Design and Installation
T
M
R
TR
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
F
F
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
F
MW
R
S
W
TBA
TBA
TBA
W
R
S
T
R
TBA
F
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TR
TBA
F
TR
TR
TBA
TBA
TBA
M
1 cr
3 cr
35720
35710
IS:239
IS:252
595
564
Router Administration
Advanced Java Programming
3 cr
3 cr
35717
IS:260
564
Visual C++ Application Development
3 cr
34609
35671
33921
34631
31085
31109
LGL:104
LGL:218
LGL:223
LGL:228
MCM:101
MCM:130
550
580
550
550
5XD
5XA
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Legal Writing
Evidence
Family Law
Introduction to Mass Communications
Film Appreciation
3
3
1
3
3
3
TBA
T
R
W
T
R
M
W
M
S
F
R
MW
T
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
7:05pm-9:45pm
7:05pm-9:45pm
9am-10:45am
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
6pm-8:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
6pm-9:40pm
9:30am-10:50am
11am-12:15pm
5pm-6pm
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/16-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/17-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/17-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/23-12/19
10/18-12/17
9/13-10/29
9/13-10/29
9/7-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/16-12/19
9/25-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
9/18-10/17
9/17-10/15
9/18-10/15
9/18-11/12
11/13-12/17
9/18-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/22-11/12
9/14-10/14
9/14-10/14
9/12-12/12
11/13-12/17
9/6-12/19
9/7-12/19
10/18-11/12
11/13-12/17
5:30pm-8pm
1pm-3:30pm
7pm-8:20pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:50pm-8pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
6pm-10pm
9am-1pm
6pm-7:50pm
6pm-10pm
11am-12:15pm
12:30pm-3:15pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
176
Dates
11/13-12/12
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/14
10/23-12/18
10/22-12/17
10/21-12/16
9/13-12/19
9/7-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
Section
Title
34434
31110
33994
31111
33630
35553
32041
32326
32988
33732
33733
33964
35199
35227
35228
35265
35266
35290
35313
Credits
Day
Time
MCM:130
MCM:140
MCM:140
MCM:141
MCM:209
MCM:215
ME:230
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
5XB
501
502
501
5XA
501
551
543
540
541
542
555
544
545
549
570
575
577
51G
Film Appreciation
Introduction to Advertising
Introduction to Advertising
Public Relations
Blacks and the World of Cinema
Major Film Directors
Introduction to 3D Solid Modeling for Design
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
9:30am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
1 cr
F
MW
TBA
MW
M
M
MW
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
MW
MW
TR
MW
TR
F
MWF
MW
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
TBA
M
S
U
S
U
S
32335
32358
33010
34035
30441
32043
34735
35550
34052
34743
33091
32580
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:160C
MTH:160C
MUS:114
PE:106
504
540
545
553
503
542
540
55E
540
549
5SA
580
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra
College Algebra
The Enjoyment of Music
Backpacking and Hiking
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
1
32585
PE:120
591
Community CPR
1 cr
35664
PE:120
574
Community CPR
33015
35674
31016
31017
31305
31310
31316
31318
31319
32198
32610
33355
34611
34662
30969
30971
30981
31277
31296
31317
32076
32199
33343
33390
34666
PE:121
PE:122
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
501
502
506
508
513
514
555
556
557
515
507
554
505
516
513
514
556
505
506
555
557
515
507
554
508
Cycling Ergometry For Fitness
Dance Aerobics
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
S
MWF
MWF
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
9am-12:30pm
1:41pm-2:41pm
11am-11:59am
8:41am-10:21am
12pm-1:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
6:10pm-7:50pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
11:22am-12:59pm
10:22am-11:59am
4:30pm-6:09pm
7am-8:40am
1pm-2:40pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
4:30pm-6:09pm
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
6:10pm-7:50pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
11:22am-12:59pm
10:22am-11:59am
4:30pm-6:09pm
12pm-1:40pm
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
9:30am-10:45am
12:30pm-3:45pm
12:30pm-3:15pm
6:30pm-9:25pm
12:30pm-2:15pm
12:30pm-2:15pm
12:30pm-2:15pm
12:30pm-2:15pm
5:10pm-6:50pm
2pm-3:45pm
2pm-3:45pm
5:10pm-6:50pm
2pm-3:45pm
3pm-4:45pm
7:15pm-9pm
9:30am-10:45am
9:30am-10am
7am-8:50am
12:30pm-2:15pm
2pm-3:45pm
5:10pm-6:50pm
7am-8:50am
2pm-3:45pm
2pm-3:45pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
12:30pm-2:45pm
5:15pm-7:30pm
6:35pm-8:30pm
9am-11:59pm
12:01am-6pm
9am-3:30pm
9am-3:30pm
9am-10am
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
177
Dates
9/17-12/19
9/8-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/8-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/27-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-9/13
9/25-9/25
9/26-9/26
10/16-10/16
10/17-10/17
10/23-10/23
10/23-12/11
12/11-12/11
10/18-12/17
10/18-12/17
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/21-12/16
10/19-12/16
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
34671
31325
32597
32599
32886
32887
33082
33084
33086
33392
34674
34683
34684
34718
34748
34749
34750
34751
35751
35684
34687
30881
33387
34001
30759
33073
32266
32269
32677
33050
33054
33057
35174
35316
PE:131
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:165
PE:173
PE:174
PE:192
PSC:101
RDG:020
RDG:020
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
516
586
555
587
556
557
513
514
515
554
516
584
585
517
505
506
507
508
520
502
502
550
501
507
509
524
510
552
50T
517
521
523
512
52G
Fitness Center II
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Tai Chi I
Walking for Fitness
Water Aerobics
Cardio-Flex
Introduction to American Politics
Reading Improvement
Reading Improvement
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
TR
U
MW
U
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
MW
TR
S
S
F
MW
MW
MW
MW
F
TR
MWF
MW
MWF
R
TR
MW
MTWR
MW
TR
MTWR
MW
MW
MW
MW
F
F
1pm-2:40pm
9am-10:40am
6:10pm-7:50pm
10:41am-12:21pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
6:10pm-7:50pm
8am-9:40am
9:41am-11:21am
11:22am-12:59pm
4:30pm-6:09pm
1pm-2:40pm
8:15am-9:55am
10am-11:40am
3pm-4:40pm
7am-8:40am
8:41am-10:21am
10:22am-11:59am
12pm-1:40pm
11:01am-12:41pm
11am-12:30pm
12pm-12:59pm
5:01pm-6:40pm
9am-9:59am
6pm-10pm
11am-12:15pm
2pm-3:25pm
2pm-3:15pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
8am-9:25am
12:30pm-1:15pm
12:30pm-1:55pm
8am-9:25am
12:30pm-1:55pm
9:30am-10:45am
10:15am-10:45am
10:15am-10:45am
10/21-12/16
10/24-12/19
10/18-12/15
10/24-12/19
10/21-12/16
10/19-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/21-12/16
10/18-12/15
10/19-12/16
10/23-12/18
10/23-12/18
10/22-12/17
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/15
10/22-12/17
10/21-12/16
10/18-12/17
10/18-12/15
10/18-12/17
10/21-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
S
F
F
S
S
9am-2:30pm
9am-2:30pm
9am-2:30pm
9am-2:30pm
9am-2:30pm
9am-2:30pm
9am-11am
9am-11:40am
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-3:10pm
9am-12pm
9am-11:20am
12pm-2:40pm
9am-11:50am
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-11:40am
1pm-2:35pm
6pm-8:40pm
9am-11:40am
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-8:10pm
8am-4:30pm
8am-4:30pm
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/18-10/16
9/25-10/23
8/27-9/24
10/23-11/20
8/27-12/19
8/27-10/17
8/21-10/16
10/23-12/19
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Dates
FOREST PARK Weekend
34769
34770
34771
34772
34290
34154
34891
33686
34812
32626
34291
34117
33324
35641
35521
32039
33740
35480
35658
35657
33428
31802
35241
33646
33648
ART:109
ART:110
ART:209
ART:210
COM:101
COM:101
ECE:104
ECE:202
ENG:020
ENG:030
ENG:101
ENG:101
HIT:201
HIT:211
HMS:122
HST:101
IDS:101
IS:101
IS:119
IS:123
IS:123
IS:215
IS:217
IT:101
IT:201
404
404
404
404
495
487
480
401
486
486
495
486
486
486
480
486
486
H80
H80
486
H80
486
486
486
486
Drawing I
Drawing II
Drawing III
Advanced Drawing
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Principles of Early Care and Education
Movement and Music in Early Care and Education
Developmental English
Introduction to College Writing
College Composition I
College Composition I
Health Insurance Billing and Reimbursement
Electronic Health Systems
Health Issues and Persons with Disabilities
American History I
Cornerstone
Keyboarding
Microcomputer Applications-Word Processing
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Intro to Local Area Networks
Network Performance Monitor
Cisco Networking Academy I: Networking Basics
Cisco Networking Academy II:
Routers/Routing Basics
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
5 cr
5 cr
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Fall 2010
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
33650
IT:202
486
5 cr
S
8am-4:30pm
33652
35369
34703
34707
IT:203
IT:208
IT:544
IT:547
486
486
486
486
5 cr
5 cr
3 cr
3 cr
S
F
S
S
8am-4:30pm
5:30pm-9:30pm
8am-4:30pm
8am-4:30pm
10/23-12/19
10/22-12/19
10/2-10/30
8/28-9/25
34705
32629
32630
32058
32216
31429
31593
31607
31608
35607
35212
34816
34783
34787
34784
34788
34785
34790
34817
32940
32941
34821
34410
32040
32835
33759
32042
IT:548
MTH:020
MTH:030
MTH:140
MTH:160C
MUS:121
MUS:122
MUS:221
MUS:222
PE:103
PE:129
PE:130
PE:130
PE:131
PE:131
PE:132
PE:132
PE:137
PE:138
PE:162
PE:163
PE:181
PED:116
PSY:200
RDG:030
SOC:101
SPA:101
486
486
486
486
486
486
486
486
486
480
480
490
488
490
488
490
488
481
481
486
486
480
404
486
486
486
486
Cisco Networking Academy III:
Switching Basics and Intermediate Routing
Cisco Networking Academy IV: WAN Technologies
Cisco Networking Academy: Network Security I
Windows Server 2008 Configuring Active Directory
Windows Server 2008 Configuring
Network Infrastructure
Windows Server 2008 Administration
Pre-Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra
Class Piano I
Class Piano II
Class Piano III
Class Piano IV
Aerobic Fitness
First Aid
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Judo I
Judo II
Swimming I (Beginning/Elementary)
Swimming II (All Levels)
Yoga I (Beginning)
Pilates
General Psychology
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to Sociology
Elementary Spanish I
3
3
3
3
4
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
4
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
8am-4:30pm
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-1pm
9am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
11am-12:50pm
11am-12:50pm
10am-11:25am
9:30am-12:55pm
10:30am-11:55am
9am-10:25am
10:30am-11:55am
9am-10:25am
10:30am-11:55am
9am-10:25am
12pm-1:25pm
12pm-1:25pm
10am-11:35am
10am-11:35am
12pm-1:25pm
3pm-4:30pm
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-1pm
11/6-12/11
8/21-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/20-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/31
8/23-12/19
TR
M
W
TR
MW
MW
TR
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
MW
MTWRF
TR
TR
MW
MW
TWR
TWR
TWR
TWR
TWR
TWR
TWR
TWR
1pm-2:30pm
7:05pm-9:45pm
6:15pm-9:40pm
9am-12pm
2:30pm-5:30pm
11am-2pm
9am-12pm
11am-2pm
11am-2pm
11am-2pm
11am-2pm
9am-12pm
2:30pm-5:30pm
8am-4:30pm
10am-11:20am
12pm-3:20pm
12pm-1:20pm
1:30pm-4:20pm
7:30am-11:45am
7:30am-11:45am
7:30am-11:45am
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
12pm-4:15pm
9/14-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/15-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/21-10/14
10/19-11/11
11/16-12/9
9/14-9/30
9/14-9/30
10/5-10/21
10/5-10/21
10/26-11/11
FOREST PARK Late Start
32452
30820
34516
34765
32749
32745
34766
32751
32751
33395
33395
34767
30449
35489
35490
ACC:100
ACC:122
ART:100
ART:113
ART:131
ART:133
ART:213
AT:135
AT:135
AT:143
AT:143
AT:213
AT:246
AUT:165
AUT:258
421
461
460
421
421
421
421
421
421
421
421
421
421
421
421
Applied Accounting
Computer Accounting Applications: Spreadsheets
Art Appreciation
Ceramics I
Computer Art Studio
Graphic Design I
Ceramics II
Communication and Design for WWW I
Communication and Design for WWW I
Communication and Design for WWW II
Communication and Design for WWW II
Advanced Ceramics
Advanced Computer Art Applications
Workplace Learning III: Ford ASSET Program
Manual Drivetrains
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
7 cr
3 cr
35491
AUT:259
421
Emissions and Driveability Diagnostics
3 cr
33898
33902
33903
33912
34625
33913
33914
33915
BAP:105
BAP:110
BAP:115
BAP:205
BAP:205
BAP:210
BAP:210
BAP:215
421
421
421
421
461
421
461
421
Breads, Rolls, and Bakeries
Production Pastry Techniques
Cake Production and Decoration
Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts
Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts
Chocolates and Pralines
Chocolates and Pralines
Contemporary Plated Desserts
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
2 cr
2 cr
2 cr
2 cr
2 cr
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Dates
8/21-10/16
St. Louis Community College
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
33916
33919
34626
30737
31709
33880
33881
33882
34808
34809
35323
30577
30579
30941
32683
32943
33684
34154
34219
34220
35165
34498
33357
33936
33937
33939
35457
35459
35535
33948
33949
33950
33951
33954
33955
33958
33959
32249
33173
35466
BAP:215
BAP:220
BAP:220
BUS:104
CLT:107
COL:020
COL:020
COL:020
COL:020
COL:020
COL:020
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:120
COM:200
CUL:101
CUL:101
CUL:101
CUL:101
CUL:101
CUL:101
CUL:115
CUL:115
CUL:115
CUL:115
CUL:205
CUL:205
CUL:215
CUL:215
DA:162
DA:162
DIE:102
461
421
461
421
421
421
422
461
423
424
463
421
422
461
423
462
424
487
425
426
463
401
4SA
422
424
461
421
423
H27
421
422
423
461
421
422
421
461
421
422
426
2
2
2
3
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
35467
DIE:107
426
Contemporary Plated Desserts
Showpieces and Confectionary Art
Showpieces and Confectionary Art
Introduction to Business Administration
Phlebotomy Practicum
College Orientation and Study Skills
College Orientation and Study Skills
College Orientation and Study Skills
College Orientation and Study Skills
College Orientation and Study Skills
College Orientation and Study Skills
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Gender Communication
Communication Between Cultures
Safety and Sanitation
Safety and Sanitation
Safety and Sanitation
Safety and Sanitation
Safety and Sanitation
Safety and Sanitation
Food Preparation Practicum II
Food Preparation Practicum II
Food Preparation Practicum II
Food Preparation Practicum II
Global Cuisine
Global Cuisine
American Regional Cuisine
American Regional Cuisine
Dental Systems Management
Dental Systems Management
Medium/Heavy Truck Suspension
and Steering
Medium/Heavy Truck Electronics
35468
DIE:206
426
Medium/Heavy Truck Drivetrains
3 cr
31609
34890
35526
35528
ECE:101
ECE:103
ECE:104
ECE:105
461
421
402
404
Introduction to Early Care and Education
Language and Literacy in Early Care and Education
Principles of Early Care and Education
Child Development Laboratory
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
35530
34979
35238
31015
31020
33322
33737
34216
34222
35257
35322
31293
32095
32096
ECE:204
EDU:211
EDU:218
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:020
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
455
450
450
421
422
461
423
451
424
425
426
461
421
422
Management of Early Care and Education Settings
Foundations of Education
Technology for Teachers
Developmental English
Developmental English
Developmental English
Developmental English
Developmental English
Developmental English
Developmental English
Developmental English
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
TWR
TWR
TWR
MW
TWR
MWF
TRF
TR
TR
TR
TWRF
TR
MW
TR
MWF
TR
TR
S
MW
MW
TR
TR
TR
T
R
M
M
W
T
WR
WR
WR
WR
MT
MT
MT
MT
W
R
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
MTWR
R
T
TR
MTWR
TR
R
W
TR
TR
MWF
TR
TR
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MW
MWF
MWF
6pm-10:15pm
12pm-4:15pm
6pm-10:15pm
1pm-2:40pm
12:01am-12:02am
12:30pm-1:45pm
12:30pm-1:45pm
5:30pm-7:20pm
9am-10:50am
1pm-3:30pm
5pm-6:15pm
9am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
7pm-8:50pm
10am-11:20am
5pm-6:50pm
12:30pm-2:10pm
9am-2:30pm
8am-9:50am
11:30am-1:20pm
6pm-7:50pm
11am-12:50pm
1pm-2:40pm
11:30am-1pm
11:30am-1pm
5pm-6:30pm
11:30am-1pm
11:30am-1pm
11am-12:35pm
7:30am-10:50am
11am-2:20pm
2:30pm-5:50pm
6pm-9:20pm
7:30am-10:50am
2:30pm-5:50pm
11am-2:20pm
6pm-9:20pm
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
8am-11am
11:40am-2pm
8am-11am
11:40am-2pm
8am-11am
11:40am-2pm
6:30pm-9:40pm
1pm-4pm
9:30am-12:30pm
9am-12pm
1pm-2pm
6:30pm-9:40pm
5pm-8:10pm
12:30pm-2:05pm
11am-12:50pm
11:20am-12:30pm
5pm-6:50pm
9am-11:40am
5pm-6:50pm
10am-11:50am
2pm-3:25pm
2pm-4:40pm
5pm-6:50pm
10am-11:10am
12:30pm-1:50pm
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
3 cr
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
10/26-11/11
11/16-12/2
11/16-12/2
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/11-11/4
10/11-11/4
9/13-10/7
9/13-10/7
11/8-12/3
11/8-12/3
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:103
HIT:101
HIT:101
HIT:103
HMS:101
HMS:102
HRM:128
HST:138
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:201
IS:101
IS:101
IS:101
IS:102
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
IS:110
IS:119
IS:123
IS:123
IS:123
IS:124
IS:124
IS:124
IS:126
IS:129
IS:131
IS:132
IS:132
IS:132
IS:132
IS:141
IS:155
IS:156
IS:157
IS:158
423
424
425
426
427
428
422
421
461
463
462
423
425
476
426
465
4WJ
4WL
4WD
4WV
4WX
474
421
476
475
403
451
405
421
421
486
422
423
463
474
441
475
H80
475
421
462
405
475
422
426
H80
H80
475
428
426
427
474
440
475
474
426
427
474
466
474
440
474
474
474
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
Report Writing
Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology
Healthcare Delivery Systems
Human Services: Theories and Skills
Human Services: Policy and Politics
Nutrition
African American History II
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Capstone
Keyboarding
Keyboarding
Keyboarding
Keyboarding and Formatting
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Programming Design and Development
Microcomputer Applications-Word Processing
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Windows-Advanced Topics
Windows-Advanced Topics
Windows-Advanced Topics
E-Mail and Information Management
HTML
Advanced HTML
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Graphics for the Web
Office Technology
Microcomputer Applications-Intermediate Database
Microcomputer Applications-Intermediate Word Processing
Microcomputer Applications-Intermediate Spreadsheets
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
2 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
2 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
2 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
MW
TR
MW
MWF
MWF
TBA
MWF
MW
TR
MW
MWF
TBA
TBA
W
TR
TBA
TBA
MWF
W
MW
MW
MW
S
MW
TR
TR
W
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TR
T
MWF
TBA
MW
MW
S
S
TBA
TR
MW
TR
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
MW
TR
TBA
T
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
7:30am-8:40am
1pm-2:30pm
2pm-3:25pm
2pm-3:25pm
2pm-3:25pm
7:30am-8:40am
12:40pm-1:50pm
9am-10:50am
5pm-6:50pm
5:30pm-8:15pm
7pm-8:50pm
9am-10:50am
1pm-2:30pm
2pm-3:25pm
7pm-9:40pm
9am-10:50am
7pm-8:50pm
9am-10:50am
6:30pm-8:30pm
2:30pm-4:30pm
9am-10:50am
6pm-9:10pm
1:30pm-4:10pm
9am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
9am-12pm
1pm-2:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
6pm-7:50pm
7:45pm-9:15pm
9am-11:40am
1pm-2:30pm
6pm-9pm
12:30pm-2:30pm
1pm-2:30pm
9am-11:50am
1pm-2:35pm
9am-11:40am
12:30pm-1:45pm
11am-12:20pm
11am-12:20pm
11am-12:15pm
11am-12:15pm
7pm-9:40pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Dates
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/20-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/18-10/16
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/25-10/23
10/23-11/20
10/18-12/19
9/28-11/2
11/1-12/8
11/2-12/9
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/27-10/27
9/28-10/28
10/18-12/19
9/28-10/26
10/18-12/19
9/13-11/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
33229
33738
35258
35268
35277
35281
31334
31335
31336
31344
32014
32111
33739
33744
35278
35331
31391
31392
32122
34987
35273
33745
33260
33449
34992
35516
35153
35591
32050
33430
33740
34014
34015
35185
33979
32477
34574
35480
34607
31785
31786
32608
33440
35418
34886
35658
33428
33743
34824
31793
32621
34575
33982
35445
34629
31796
31797
33007
34583
34630
34910
33365
32989
33549
St. Louis Community College
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
32493
34054
32494
35461
34633
33647
33648
33651
33652
33654
IS:161
IS:161
IS:164
IS:200
IS:214
IT:201
IT:201
IT:203
IT:203
IT:205
440
474
466
440
440
466
486
466
486
466
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
2 cr
1 cr
5 cr
5 cr
5 cr
5 cr
5 cr
TBA
TBA
T
TBA
TBA
TR
S
TR
S
MW
35369
34703
34710
34818
34819
34705
32490
33156
34820
33017
31386
31386
35224
32411
32710
33223
33224
33225
33473
33474
33480
33753
34250
35129
35130
35155
35215
35222
35243
32301
32311
32312
32313
32668
33004
33479
33754
35158
32965
35110
35111
35197
35210
35217
35283
35284
35431
31326
33757
32212
33694
34038
IT:208
IT:544
IT:545
IT:546
IT:546
IT:548
MCM:101
MCM:123
MCM:126
MCM:130
MCM:135
MCM:135
MCM:140
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:040
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:080
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:160C
MUS:114
MUS:114
486
486
466
426
427
486
461
461
461
461
421
421
403
461
462
440
463
464
443
446
441
442
445
433
437
438
465
435
434
423
461
462
463
421
424
422
464
425
421
440
441
442
443
460
444
461
462
422
421
421
474
475
Microcomputer Applications-Advanced Word Processing
Microcomputer Applications-Advanced Word Processing
Voice Recognition Technology
Electronic Records Management
Spreadsheet Macros and Advanced Topics
Cisco Networking Academy II: Routers/Routing Basics
Cisco Networking Academy II: Routers/Routing Basics
Cisco Networking Academy IV: WAN Technologies
Cisco Networking Academy IV: WAN Technologies
Cisco Networking Academy VI: Implementing
Secure Converged Wide Area Networks
Cisco Networking Academy: Network Security I
Windows Server 2008 Configuring Active Directory
CCNA Voice - IP Telephony
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows Vista
Windows Server 2008 Administration
Introduction to Mass Communications
Broadcast Journalism
Video Production - Field
Film Appreciation
Communication and Design for the WWW I
Communication and Design for the WWW I
Introduction to Advertising
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra and Basic Math
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Basic Math Skills I
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra
The Enjoyment of Music
The Enjoyment of Music
5 cr
3 cr
5 cr
2 cr
2 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
5 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
F
S
TR
F
F
S
TR
W
W
W
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
MWF
MW
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
MW
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
MW
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
MWF
TR
MW
MWF
MW
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
TBA
TBA
Time
6pm-7:35pm
5:30pm-9:30pm
8am-4:30pm
5:30pm-9:30pm
8am-4:30pm
5:30pm-9:30pm
5:30pm-9:30pm
8am-4:30pm
5:30pm-9:30pm
9am-1pm
9am-1pm
8am-4:30pm
7pm-8:50pm
6:30pm-9:40pm
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:40pm
11am-2pm
11am-2pm
9am-10:30am
5pm-6:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
12pm-1:10pm
7pm-8:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
2:20pm-3:30pm
1:20pm-2:30pm
2pm-3:50pm
2pm-3:50pm
8:40am-9:50am
11am-12:10pm
12:30pm-2:20pm
7pm-8:50pm
11am-12:10pm
10am-11:10am
2pm-3:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
12pm-1:10pm
2pm-3:10pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
7pm-8:50pm
9am-10:50am
12pm-1:50pm
8am-9:10am
8am-9:50am
1pm-2:10pm
2pm-3:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
2pm-3:10pm
7pm-8:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
1pm-2:10pm
12:30pm-2:20pm
1pm-2:40pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
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10/18-12/19
10/12-12/19
9/13-11/19
10/18-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/23-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/22-12/19
10/2-10/30
10/21-12/19
9/17-10/15
10/22-11/12
11/6-12/11
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
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9/13-12/19
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9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
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9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
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9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
MUS:128
MUS:144
MUS:150
MUS:150
MUS:152
MUS:154
MUS:154
MUS:254
PE:103
PE:103
PE:109
PE:110
PE:111
PE:120
PE:121
PE:122
PE:123
PE:129
PE:129
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:131
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
421
461
421
461
461
461
462
462
404
405
404
404
421
422
421
461
461
480
403
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
461
434
463
464
489
455
436
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
461
434
463
464
455
436
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
Survey of Rock Music
African Drum Ensemble
Fundamentals of Music Technology
Fundamentals of Music Technology
Audio Engineering
Music Recording with Pro Tools I
Music Recording with Pro Tools I
Music Recording with Pro Tools II
Aerobic Fitness
Aerobic Fitness
Basic Fitness I
Basic Fitness II
Basketball I
Community CPR
Cycling Ergometry For Fitness
Dance Aerobics
Dance Aerobics II
First Aid
First Aid
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Fitness Center II
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
3
1
2
2
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TR
W
TR
M
R
W
T
T
MW
TR
MW
MW
MWF
TR
MW
MW
MW
S
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
S
MW
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
TR
TR
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MW
TR
9am-10:50am
7pm-8:50pm
11am-12:40pm
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:30pm
6pm-9:30pm
11am-12:25pm
11am-12:25pm
8am-9:25am
8am-9:25am
10am-10:55am
9:30am-10:55am
1:30pm-2:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
9:30am-12:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
2pm-3:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-7pm
7pm-8:25pm
9am-10:30am
7pm-8:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
2pm-3:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-7pm
7pm-8:25pm
7pm-8:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-11:55am
12pm-12:55pm
1pm-1:55pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
183
Dates
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
11/2-12/2
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
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10/18-12/19
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10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
31594
33423
33419
33421
33422
33424
35317
34780
35605
35606
34864
34866
31841
33685
33475
32259
32260
35212
35619
31912
31916
31919
31922
31925
31928
31931
31934
31937
31940
31943
31946
31949
31951
31955
31958
34786
35327
35625
31913
31917
31920
31923
31926
31929
31932
31935
31938
31941
31944
31947
31950
31953
31956
31959
35328
35626
31915
31918
31921
31924
31927
31930
31933
31936
St. Louis Community College
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
31939
31942
31945
31948
31952
31954
31957
31960
35329
35627
33039
33040
32922
34044
35728
34045
35729
34791
32923
32225
34047
31859
34049
33043
34051
34821
33044
32381
33394
35150
35151
31970
31971
34906
31572
33228
32082
33234
31568
32960
34218
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:132
PE:139
PE:140
PE:143
PE:162
PE:162
PE:163
PE:163
PE:165
PE:174
PE:177
PE:177
PE:178
PE:178
PE:181
PE:181
PE:181
PE:182
PRD:108
PRD:108
PRD:108
PRD:108
PSC:101
PSY:200
PSY:213
RDG:012
RDG:012
RDG:013
RDG:013
RDG:016
RDG:016
RDG:016
429
430
431
432
461
434
463
464
455
436
421
421
421
421
451
421
451
401
421
421
422
421
422
461
421
480
461
421
422
423
424
421
421
421
421
422
421
422
421
422
423
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Total Fitness
Karate I
Karate II
Fitness and Food for Weight Control
Swimming I (Beginning/Elementary)
Swimming I (Beginning/Elementary)
Swimming II (All Levels)
Swimming II (All Levels)
Tai Chi I
Water Aerobics
Weight Training I
Weight Training I
Weight Training II
Weight Training II
Yoga I (Beginning)
Yoga I (Beginning)
Yoga I (Beginning)
Yoga II (All Levels/Intermediate)
Personal Growth and Identity
Personal Growth and Identity
Personal Growth and Identity
Personal Growth and Identity
Introduction to American Politics
General Psychology
Psychology of Aging
Basic Reading Skills
Basic Reading Skills
Basic Reading Skills Lab
Basic Reading Skills Lab
Developmental Reading
Developmental Reading
Developmental Reading
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
35261
32130
33227
34221
35262
35095
35259
35285
35318
35321
31592
33472
33735
33736
34391
34392
35139
35260
35286
35287
35714
RDG:016
RDG:017
RDG:017
RDG:017
RDG:017
RDG:020
RDG:020
RDG:020
RDG:020
RDG:020
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:030
424
421
422
423
424
461
421
422
462
423
461
422
423
462
421
424
425
426
427
463
H21
Developmental Reading
Developmental Reading Lab
Developmental Reading Lab
Developmental Reading Lab
Developmental Reading Lab
Reading Improvement
Reading Improvement
Reading Improvement
Reading Improvement
Reading Improvement
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
2 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
TR
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
TR
MW
TR
TR
TR
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
TR
TR
MW
S
MW
R
M
R
R
TR
MW
TR
MW
TR
MW
TR
TR
MW
T
R
MW
TR
MW
TR
F
MW
MWF
MWF
MW
WF
MW
MW
MWF
TR
TR
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
MWF
9:30am-10:55am
11am-12:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
2pm-3:25pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
2pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-7pm
7pm-8:25pm
7pm-8:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
8am-9:25am
8am-9:25am
12pm-1:25pm
12pm-12:55pm
7pm-8:25pm
12pm-12:55pm
7pm-8:25pm
4pm-5:25pm
11am-12:25pm
12pm-12:55pm
9:30am-11am
12pm-12:55pm
9:30am-11am
5:30pm-7pm
2pm-3:30pm
12pm-1:25pm
12:30pm-1:55pm
12:30pm-2:30pm
10am-11:59am
11am-1:25pm
11am-1:25pm
9am-10:50am
1pm-2:40pm
11am-1:15pm
11am-12:10pm
12:30pm-1:40pm
12:20pm-1:30pm
1:50pm-3pm
11am-12:10pm
12:30pm-1:40pm
12:20pm-1:30pm
12:20pm-1:30pm
3:30pm-4:50pm
12:20pm-1:30pm
1:50pm-3pm
11am-12:10pm
3:30pm-5:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
6pm-8:40pm
2pm-4:40pm
7pm-8:50pm
11am-12:50pm
10am-11:50am
6pm-8:40pm
9:30am-11:20am
12:30pm-2:20pm
1pm-3:40pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
3:30pm-4:55pm
7pm-8:50pm
3pm-4:40pm
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
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Dates
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/16-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/17-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/20-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/18-12/19
Fall 2010
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
Dates
31972
35253
33581
32619
SOC:101
SOC:101
THT:107
TUR:105
421
476
421
421
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Playwriting
Travel and Tourism Foundations II
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
10 cr
TR
TBA
TR
TWR
1pm-2:40pm
9am-10:50am
12:30pm-4:50pm
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/14-12/19
10/5-12/19
S
S
S
S
S
F
S
F
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
T
S
SU
T
S
SU
S
S
S
S
S
9am-12:50pm
9am-1:50pm
9:30am-1:20pm
8am-10:50am
11am-1:50pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
9am-4pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
9am-4pm
9:30am-12pm
9am-11:45am
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
9am-12pm
8:30am-11:30am
7pm-7:50pm
9am-4pm
9am-4pm
7pm-7:50pm
9am-4pm
9am-4pm
10:30am-12pm
8:30am-11:30am
8:30am-11:30am
9am-10:30am
9am-12:10pm
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/21-12/31
8/21-12/31
8/20-12/31
8/21-12/31
9/10-10/1
9/11-10/2
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/21-12/19
8/21-12/31
8/21-12/19
8/21-10/16
9/14-9/14
9/18-9/18
9/25-9/26
8/24-8/24
8/28-8/28
9/11-9/12
8/28-12/19
8/28-8/28
9/4-10/17
8/28-12/19
9/25-12/19
TR
TBA
MW
TBA
TBA
W
TR
TBA
TBA
TR
MWF
S
S
TR
M
W
MW
TR
MW
W
M
W
MW
TR
MW
TR
3pm-5:20pm
31475
33782
35361
34215
ART:107
ART:131
ART:172
BIO:111
680
680
699
680
Design I
Computer Art Studio
Digital Photography
Introductory Biology I
2
3
3
4
cr
cr
cr
cr
34476
COM:101
682
Oral Communication I
3 cr
31567
COM:101
681
Oral Communication I
3 cr
32762
32232
32488
32779
32233
32287
30004
ECE:101
ENG:101
MTH:020
MTH:030
MTH:140
PE:104
PE:106
680
680
680
680
680
680
651
Introduction to Early Care and Education
College Composition I
Pre-Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Archery
Backpacking and Hiking
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
33175
PE:106
650
Backpacking and Hiking
1 cr
33832
30022
PE:109
PE:133
680
680
Basic Fitness I
Golf
1 cr
1 cr
34286
34170
PE:165
PSY:200
680
646
Tai Chi I
General Psychology
1 cr
3 cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
MERAMEC Late Start
30271
32980
30299
33211
33707
32615
34601
34299
35512
33470
35225
35764
ACC:100
ACC:100
ACC:110
ACC:110
ACC:114
ACC:122
ANT:101
ANT:102
ART:100
ART:109
ART:109
BIO:111
641
675
696
675
675
671
646
647
641
646
647
696
Applied Accounting
Applied Accounting
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting I
Managerial Accounting
Computer Accounting Applications: Spreadsheets
Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Art Appreciation
Drawing I
Drawing I
Introductory Biology I
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
35392
33826
BIO:146
BIO:148
646
646
Desert Ecology
Ozark Ecology
3 cr
3 cr
30529
30270
32142
34835
BUS:103
BUS:104
BUS:104
CHM:101
602
671
646
646
Business Mathematics
Introduction to Business Administration
Introduction to Business Administration
Fundamentals of Chemistry I
3
3
3
5
35161
CHM:101
647
Fundamentals of Chemistry I
5 cr
33414
COL:020
606
College Orientation/Study Skills
3 cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
3:30pm-5:50pm
7pm-9:30pm
9:10am-10:45am
12:01am-12:02am
6:30pm-10pm
8am-10:15am
8am-11:50am
4pm-6:50pm
2pm-4:50pm
2pm-4:50pm
2:30pm-4:20pm
7pm-9:50pm
2pm-3:40pm
8:30am-9:30am
9am-12pm
9:40am-11:50am
3pm-3:50pm
3pm-5:55pm
4pm-5:50pm
12pm-1:40pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
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9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/23-12/19
10/23-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/22-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
Weekend & Late Start
MERAMEC Weekend
St. Louis Community College
Weekend & Late Start
CRN
Course
Section
Title
Credits
Day
Time
34246
30104
31567
COL:020
COM:101
COM:101
645
647
681
College Orientation/Study Skills
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
33821
35194
35195
33822
31565
35164
33284
33117
30218
30407
33316
34245
34243
35211
35048
35048
34213
35166
34169
35295
34164
35502
34165
34202
34969
35198
34171
35276
31044
33645
33829
34423
35214
33233
34902
35249
35469
30889
30892
30944
30956
33416
30975
32653
31544
35470
32678
30417
30418
34183
32103
30535
30540
33412
34310
32821
30544
31333
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:105
COM:107
COM:107
COM:110
COM:120
ECO:151
ECO:152
ECO:152
ENG:020
ENG:030
ENG:030
ENG:053
ENG:053
ENG:061
ENG:080
ENG:101
ENG:101
GEO:100
HRT:130
HST:101
HST:101
HST:101
HST:101
HST:102
HST:102
HST:119
IDS:201
IDS:201
IDS:201
IS:101
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
IS:110
IS:123
IS:123
IS:123
IS:125
IS:129
IS:130
IS:132
IS:139
IS:215
IS:239
LGL:104
LGL:104
LGL:104
LGL:106
LGL:108
LGL:218
LGL:218
LGL:221
LGL:223
LGL:228
LGL:229
645
650
656
674
674
675
674
6W5
646
671
646
645
617
646
602
602
651
603
648
654
646
670
646
647
648
649
646
647
601
674
646
647
602
646
676
641
641
641
602
601
601
674
671
674
695
641
695
695
641
694
641
671
696
695
650
650
671
671
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Interview Processings
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
Organizational Communication
Gender Communication
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Developmental English
Introduction to College Writing
Introduction to College Writing
Listening and Note-Taking for Non-native Speakers
Listening and Note-Taking for Non-native Speakers
English Grammar for Non-native Speakers II
English Grammar for Non-native Speakers III
College Composition I
College Composition I
Earth Science
Principles of Landscape Design
American History I
American History I
American History I
American History I
American History II
American History II
The Modern World
Capstone
Capstone
Capstone
Keyboarding
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Programming Design and Development
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Excel for Windows
HTML
Hardware and Software Support
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Web Publishing
Introduction to Local Area Networks
Router Administration
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Computers and the Law
Introduction Law for the Paralegal
Legal Writing
Legal Writing
Advanced Online-Database Legal Research
Evidence
Family Law
Advanced Computer Utilization
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
2 cr
1 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
TR
MWF
F
S
TR
M
TR
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
MW
TR
TR
MWF
TR
MF
MWF
MWF
TR
TR
MW
MW
TR
M
TR
MW
MW
MW
TR
MW
MWF
TBA
TBA
TBA
T
TR
TBA
MW
MWF
TR
F
R
TR
TBA
MW
TBA
M
TR
MW
M
W
M
R
R
T
M
T
R
T
R
11:15am-12:55pm
12pm-1:45pm
6:30pm-9:30pm
9am-4pm
9:30am-12:15pm
1pm-4:10pm
2pm-3:45pm
2pm-3:40pm
7pm-9:50pm
2pm-3:40pm
11:15am-12:20pm
9:30am-11:05am
11am-12:35pm
7:45am-8:50am
7:45am-8:50am
7pm-8:35pm
8am-9:45am
7:15pm-8:50pm
5pm-6:50pm
2:30pm-4:05pm
6pm-7:50pm
4:15pm-5:50pm
8am-9:50am
5pm-6:35pm
4pm-5:35pm
2pm-3:40pm
5:05pm-6:40pm
11am-12:50pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
2pm-3:40pm
2pm-4:50pm
10am-11:50am
11am-1:30pm
9am-11:40am
4pm-6:40pm
11am-1:30pm
7pm-9:40pm
11am-11:50am
5:30pm-6:50pm
2pm-4:40pm
7pm-8:20pm
6pm-10pm
12:30pm-4:30pm
6pm-10pm
1pm-5pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
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10/18-12/19
9/10-10/1
9/11-10/2
10/19-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
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9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/21-12/19
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10/11-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/5-11/2
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/21-11/4
11/5-12/10
9/30-10/28
11/9-12/16
11/1-12/12
10/18-12/19
9/27-10/31
10/4-12/12
10/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/25-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/26-12/7
10/18-12/19
10/20-11/17
9/16-9/30
10/26-12/19
10/21-12/19
Fall 2010
Title
Section
Type
34098
33985
LGL:541
LIB:030
695
646
33501
32812
33429
30157
34234
34233
32144
34212
34241
35208
35209
35234
32522
34240
35220
30314
30405
34172
34755
35235
33450
34970
35236
35148
35279
35506
35688
31269
MCM:101
MCM:102
MCM:102
MCM:120
MCM:140
MCM:141
MGT:106
MGT:204
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:020
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:030
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:160C
MTH:160C
MTH:160C
MUS:114
MUS:114
MUS:128
MUS:128
NUR:204
30004
Day
Time
Location
3 cr
3 cr
W
TR
675
674
675
674
675
675
695
675
646
647
648
649
603
641
646
603
641
646
676
647
609
676
646
674
675
674
646
601
Intellectual Property
Introduction to College Research and
Information Literacy
Introduction to Mass Communications
Media Literacy
Media Literacy
Introduction to Broadcasting
Introduction to Advertising
Public Relations
Human Resources Management
Business Organization and Management
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Pre-Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra
College Algebra
College Algebra
The Enjoyment of Music
The Enjoyment of Music
Survey of Rock Music
Survey of Rock Music
Management Skills in Nursing
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
PE:106
651
Backpacking and Hiking
1 cr
30010
PE:118
651
Camping and Floating
1 cr
30011
30012
30016
32316
30064
30065
30066
30067
30068
30069
30070
30071
30072
30073
30074
30094
30098
35448
34285
30040
33242
34287
32670
34463
34730
PE:120
PE:120
PE:126
PE:128
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:130
PE:131
PE:132
PE:138
PE:145
PE:177
PE:181
PE:182
PED:116
PHL:101
PHL:101
602
601
602
601
619
620
621
622
623
624
625
626
627
655
656
602
602
601
602
601
602
602
601
646
648
Community CPR
Community CPR
Fencing I
Fencing III
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center II
Total Fitness
Judo II
Personal Defense I
Weight Training I
Yoga I (Beginning)
Yoga II (All Levels/Intermediate)
Pilates
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
W
TBA
TR
MWF
MWF
TR
MWF
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
TR
TBA
MWF
MTWF
TBA
MWF
TBA
TBA
TBA
TR
F
TWR
T
S
SU
T
T
SU
TR
MW
TR
TR
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF
MTWRF
MW
TR
MWF
TR
TR
TR
MW
R
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Credits
Instructor
6pm-10pm
2pm-3:35pm
6pm-9pm
8:30am-10:05am
7:30am-8:35am
8:45am-9:50am
9am-10:35am
7:45am-8:50am
9am-10:35am
9:45am-10:50am
7:45am-8:50am
12pm-1:50pm
3:45pm-5:20pm
8:30am-9:35am
7:45am-8:50am
10am-11:30am
9am-10:35am
8am-9:50am
6:30am-3:30pm
7pm-7:50pm
9am-4pm
9am-4pm
8pm-10pm
8pm-10pm
6:30am-5pm
11am-12:15pm
2pm-3:15pm
9:30am-11am
9:30am-11am
8am-8:50am
9am-9:50am
10am-10:50am
11am-11:50am
12pm-12:50pm
1pm-1:50pm
2pm-2:50pm
3pm-3:50pm
4pm-4:50pm
5pm-5:50pm
6pm-6:50pm
1pm-2:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
11am-12pm
2pm-3:30pm
2pm-3:30pm
12:30pm-2pm
12pm-1:35pm
6pm-9:10pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Dates
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9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
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10/18-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/24-11/12
11/16-12/10
9/14-9/14
9/18-9/18
9/25-9/26
9/7-9/7
9/14-9/14
9/18-9/19
11/4-12/9
11/8-12/8
10/21-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
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10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/23-12/19
Weekend & Late Start
Course
CRN
St. Louis Community College
Course
CRN
Weekend & Late Start
35183
35299
35742
35076
34204
34731
35280
35465
34980
32428
32432
34644
33400
34645
34649
35200
34836
34168
34837
34726
34170
34602
35141
34417
34603
34939
34940
34993
35003
35080
35142
35310
30582
31247
34192
31435
34167
34331
34333
34334
34693
35140
34453
34328
34329
30167
34466
34468
34469
34470
34471
34841
Title
Section
PHL:101
PHL:101
PHL:101
PHL:102
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:104
PHL:109
PRD:102
PRD:102
PRD:103
PRD:106
PRD:108
PRD:125
PSC:101
PSI:101
PSI:111
PSI:111
PSI:115
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PTA:104
RDG:030
RDG:030
RDG:100
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:202
SOC:204
SOC:204
THT:101
THT:104
THT:104
THT:105
THT:106
THT:106
THT:110
Type
Day
647
6WV
649
676
646
647
677
641
646
601
602
601
601
601
601
646
6WL
646
648
653
646
647
671
646
647
678
648
679
680
695
671
641
601
641
646
641
6S1
6W5
6W3
6W7
695
671
674
674
675
674
601
602
601
601
602
674
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Logic
World Religions
World Religions
World Religions
Ethics
Bio-Medical Ethics
Career Exploration
Career Exploration
Assertive Training I
Relaxation Training
Personal Growth and Identity
College Orientation for Older Adults
Introduction to American Politics
Physical Science Lecture I
Introduction to Astronomy I
Introduction to Astronomy I
Observational Astronomy
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Clinical Experience I
Introduction to College Reading
Introduction to College Reading
College Reading and Study Skills
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
American Social Problems and Issues
Marriage and the Family
Marriage and the Family
Introduction to Theatre
Theatre Practicum
Theatre Practicum
Theatre Practicum
Theatre Practicum
Theatre Practicum
History of Theatre
Time
Location
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
2
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
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TR
TBA
W
TBA
MW
M
TBA
MW
W
R
R
W
M
W
W
TR
R
MW
M
M
S
MW
TBA
W
TR
TBA
T
TBA
TBA
W
TBA
TR
MTWRF
MWF
MW
TR
TR
TBA
TBA
TBA
R
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Credits
Instructor
9am-10:35am
6pm-9:10pm
3:30pm-5:05pm
6pm-9:10pm
2pm-4:30pm
6pm-9:10pm
9am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
9am-10:50am
1pm-2:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
1pm-2:50pm
4pm-5:35pm
7pm-9:55pm
9am-10:35am
6:30pm-9:50pm
6:30pm-9:50pm
9am-12:10pm
2pm-3:35pm
2pm-4:30pm
12:25pm-1:50pm
3pm-5:40pm
12pm-1:50pm
3pm-5:40pm
9am-10:45am
3pm-4:35pm
11am-1:45pm
3:45pm-5:20pm
3:30pm-6pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
9/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/22-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/22-12/19
10/21-12/9
9/2-10/14
9/1-10/13
10/18-11/29
9/1-10/13
10/20-12/1
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/25-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/22-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/21-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/19-12/19
11/29-12/17
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/20-12/19
9/7-10/12
10/13-12/6
9/7-12/6
9/7-12/6
9/14-12/5
9/20-12/19
Fall 2010
Course
CRN
Title
Section
Type
Day
Time
Location
Credits
Instructor
Dates
WILDWOOD Weekend
35400
BIO:111
380
Introductory Biology I
4 cr
3 cr
2 cr
2 cr
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
8:30am-11:20am
11:30am-1:20pm
8:30am-11:20am
11:30am-1:20pm
10am-12:40pm
9am-12:20pm
9am-12:20pm
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
10/23-12/19
8/28-10/17
35402
BIO:207
380
Anatomy and Physiology I
4 cr
35665
35406
34551
HST:101
PE:129
PE:129
3W0
381
380
American History I
First Aid
First Aid
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
1
1
3
3
MW
MW
MW
MW
TR
TBA
TR
TBA
TR
TBA
TBA
MW
TR
MW
S
TR
TR
TR
MW
5:30pm-8:20pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
5:30pm-8:20pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/7-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/7-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/23-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/19-12/19
9/14-12/19
9/13-12/19
WILDWOOD Late Start
35738
35739
35740
35741
33777
35494
33763
34428
31188
34273
34274
33796
33666
32567
35406
33696
33904
33799
33801
ART:109
ART:110
ART:209
ART:210
BUS:104
BUS:201
COM:101
ECO:152
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:102
HST:101
MTH:020
MTH:030
PE:129
PE:130
PE:130
PSY:200
SOC:101
346
346
346
346
346
374
346
374
346
374
3W4
346
346
346
381
342
372
346
346
Drawing I
Drawing II
Drawing III
Advanced Drawing
Introduction to Business Administration
Elementary Statistics
Oral Communication I
Principles of Microeconomics
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition II
American History I
Pre-Algebra
Elementary Algebra
First Aid
Fitness Center I
Fitness Center I
General Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
3pm-4:50pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
3pm-4:15pm
3pm-4:50pm
9am-12:20pm
1:30pm-2:55pm
5:30pm-6:55pm
10:30am-12:10pm
9am-10:15am
34931
BIO:207
S80
Anatomy and Physiology I
4 cr
34930
30013
30019
32743
HST:101
PE:120
PE:129
PE:133
S81
S80
S80
S80
American History I
Community CPR
First Aid
Golf
3
1
2
1
30044
30048
PE:181
PE:182
S80
S80
Yoga I (Beginning)
Yoga II (All Levels/Intermediate)
1 cr
1 cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
TBA
S
8:30am-11am
11:10am-1pm
9am-11:40am
9:30am-12pm
9:30am-12pm
8:30am-11:30am
8:30am-11:30am
8am-9:30am
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
10/30-12/11
8/21-10/23
8/28-8/28
9/4-10/17
8/28-12/19
SOUTH COUNTY EDUCATION & UNIVERSITY CENTER Late Start
35196
30013
34226
ECE:125
PE:120
RDG:030
S46
S80
S46
Child Growth and Development I
Community CPR
Introduction to College Reading
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
W
S
MWF
6:30pm-9pm
9:30am-12pm
11am-12:05pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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10/30-12/11
9/13-12/19
Weekend & Late Start
SOUTH COUNTY EDUCATION & UNIVERSITY CENTER Weekend
St. Louis Community College
Distance Learning
......................................p. 190-200
About Distance Learning - Distance learning uses Internet technology to deliver course materials. The types of distance
learning courses offered are: Online and Hybrid.
Students are required to have access to a computer with a reliable Internet connection to participate in Distance Learning
courses. Interaction and instruction between students and the instructor will take place via the Internet; some instructors may
use Blackboard, e-mail, discussion boards, etc.
Students must activate their student e-mail account – my.stlcc.edu – in order to receive correspondence
from instructors. Visit www.stlcc.edu/studentemail for information on how to activate your account.
Individual courses may have software and/or hardware access requirements as well, i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Access, Web cams, etc. Please check the course notes on the interactive schedule at www.stlcc.edu/interactive. For technology
requirements visit www.stlcc.edu/distance_learning.
Are you ready for Distance Learning? Take the READI online assessment to help identify your strengths and
opportunities for growth. READI is easy to take!
1. Log in at http://stlcc.readi.info
2. Type online as the Username
3. Type learner as the Password
You will receive a full-color report immediately following the completion of READI. All students planning to take an online
course are encouraged to complete this assessment prior to enrollment. Your READI score will not prevent you from
registering for online classes, but will provide you with information and tools to help you succeed in online courses.
Registration - You can register for Distance Learning courses online by going to Banner at www.stlcc.edu/selfservice or in
person at any campus Admission/Registration office. For more information, see Page 6.
Books - Students should purchase books and other materials from campus bookstores before courses begin. Books may be
mailed to students at an additional charge. Books may also be ordered online. Go to www.stlouisccbookstore.com.
Accessibility - Individuals with disabilities who are in need of auxiliary aids or accommodations should contact the campus
Access office. All distance learning students have access to campus services, including advising, study skills and tutorial assistance,
libraries, and learning labs. See Page 10 for more information on Access office services.
Blackboard - Blackboard course sites are used in many St. Louis Community College courses each semester. Students use
Blackboard to:
• Find important class documents, such as the syllabus,
• Participate in online discussions.
handouts and lecture notes.
• Take quizzes and tests.
• Easily access e-reserves.
• Turn in assignments.
• Look up assignment due dates and exam schedules.
• Check grades.
• Read class announcements.
Distance Learning
Instructors may or may not use Blackboard. AOL, EarthLink, Prodigy and a few other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer versions of
their own Internet browsers. These browsers may not work with Blackboard. We recommend that you download a free version of IE
(Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher with JavaScript and Cookies enabled) to access Blackboard.
Check with your instructors to find out how or if you are expected to use Blackboard. If Blackboard will be used, you must log in to the
course from www.stlcc.edu/blackboard. To enter Blackboard for the first time: click Enter and then use your MySTLCC ID and password.
Follow the directions upon entering the course. For more information, go to www.stlcc.edu/blackboard. More information on the
MySTLCC ID can be found at www.stlcc.edu/mystlcc/help.
Elluminate Live!
Selected online courses may use Elluminate Live!, a real-time, synchronous, virtual classroom tool that is accessible through Blackboard.
Elluminate Live! offers students the opportunity to use audio, video, chat, whiteboard and application sharing in an online course
environment.
Students participating in Elluminate Live! course sections must have a headset with an attached microphone. Headsets are available in
the campus bookstores. Specific system requirements can be found at www.elluminate.com/support/min_requirements.jsp.
For more information on the features of Elluminate, including user tutorials and technical support, please click on the Elluminate Live!
logo at www.stlcc.edu/distance_learning.
For more information or assistance on Distance Learning courses, contact Phil Hanson at [email protected]
or 314-539-5185.
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Are you ready for Distance Learning?
The READI online tool with help identify your strengths and
opportunities for growth related to distance learning:
• Individual Attributes (e.g.,
procrastination, time management,
willingness to ask for help, academic
attributes)
• Technical Competency, Skills and
Knowledge
• Reading Rate and Recall
• Typing Speed and Accuracy
• Learning Styles (What is your predominant
learning style??
You will receive a full-color report immediately following the completion of READI. Your
READI score will not prevent you from registering for online classes, but will provide you with
information and tools to help you succeed in online courses.
READI is easy to take!
Call 314-539-5185 or e-mail
[email protected]
for more information.
• Just log in at http://stlcc.readi.info.
• Type online as the Username
• Type learneras the Password
This assessment takes about 20-30 minutes of your time, but is critical to
success in online courses. We encourage all students planning to take an
online course to complete this assessment prior to enrollment. Take the
READI assessment (Readiness for Education At a Distance Indicator) to learn
more about yourself, distance learning and how to succeed.
E X PA N D I N G M I N D S
•
C H A N G I N G L I V ES
Online course students attend class using a computer connected to the Internet. The computer can be at home or in a campus lab. Students need
access to a computer that is connected to the Internet, a standard Internet Service Provider, an activated my.stlcc.edu student e-mail address (visit
www.stlcc.edu/studentemail for details on how to activate) and some basic computer/Internet skills. Online courses can be worked on at anytime day or night.
Interaction and instruction between students and the instructor will take place via the Internet; some instructors may use Blackboard, e-mail, discussion boards,
etc. Homework will be submitted online.
Some online courses may require attendance at an orientation session and/or participation in activities or exams on campus or at an
approved testing site. For more information about a given course, check the interactive class schedule at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
AOL, EarthLink, Prodigy and a few other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer versions of their own internet browsers. These browsers may not work with
Blackboard. We recommend that you download a free version of IE (Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher with JavaScript and Cookies enabled) to access
Blackboard.
Course
ACC:100
ACC:100
ACC:100
ACC:100
ACC:100
ACC:110
ACC:110
ACC:110
Section
474
475
574
674
675
374
474
574
CRN
32750
33680
32442
32979
32980
35690
33837
33321
Course Title
Applied Accounting
Applied Accounting
Applied Accounting
Applied Accounting
Applied Accounting
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting I
Credits
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
Day
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Time
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Distance Learning
Online Courses
St. Louis Community College
Course
Section
CRN
Course Title
ACC:110
ACC:110
ACC:114
ACC:114
ACC:114
ACC:204
ANT:101
674
675
574
674
675
674
674
30302
33211
35564
30590
33707
32896
32761
ANT:101
675
35077
ANT:102
374
34036
Financial Accounting I
Financial Accounting I
Managerial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Income Tax Accounting
Introduction to Physical Anthropology
and Archaeology
Introduction to Physical Anthropology
and Archaeology
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Credits
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
Day
Time
Distance Learning
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
3 cr
TBA
8/23-12/19
3 cr
TBA
T
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
M
TBA
M
TBA
T
TBA
T
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
ANT:102
ANT:102
ANT:102
ANT:103
ANT:103
ANT:105
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:152
ART:167
ART:172
ART:172
ART:172
ART:275
ART:275
BIO:117
474
647
674
502
503
674
374
375
376
403
57A
641
674
H74
674
475
374
475
57A
475
674
674
34977
34299
34300
35523
35573
34301
34584
35016
35237
34515
34467
35512
35511
35705
31522
34499
34598
34500
34019
34503
35363
33361
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Cultural Variations
Cultural Variations
Foundations of Archaeology
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Art Appreciation
Textiles
Color Photography
Digital Photography
Digital Photography
Digital Photography
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
Conservation and Ecology
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
BIO:117
675
33795
Conservation and Ecology
3 cr
BIO:151
674
35381
Biology of Human Health and Disease
3 cr
BIO:151
675
35382
Biology of Human Health and Disease
3 cr
BLW:201
BUS:103
BUS:103
BUS:104
BUS:104
BUS:104
BUS:104
BUS:104
BUS:201
COM:101
COM:101
COM:101
COM:104
COM:105
COM:107
COM:107
COM:110
COM:120
COM:120
COM:200
CRJ:101
574
574
674
374
474
574
674
675
374
374
555
556
6W5
674
674
675
674
6W4
6W5
6WV
474
32443
34337
34438
34895
33816
32794
32995
33314
35494
35596
35114
35551
33283
33822
31565
35164
33284
32810
33117
32897
31600
Legal Environment of Business
Business Mathematics
Business Mathematics
Introduction to Business Administration
Introduction to Business Administration
Introduction to Business Administration
Introduction to Business Administration
Introduction to Business Administration
Elementary Statistics
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Oral Communication I
Persuasion
Interview Process
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
Organizational Communication
Gender Communication
Gender Communication
Communication Between Cultures
American Correctional System
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
7pm- 8:30pm
4pm- 4:55pm
4pm- 4:55pm
7pm- 9pm
7pm- 9pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
8/23-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/24-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/24-12/19
8/24-8/24
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Section
CRN
Course Title
Credits
Day
CRJ:111
CRJ:111
CRJ:122
CRJ:122
CRJ:122
CRJ:123
CRJ:123
CRJ:124
CRJ:124
CRJ:207
CRJ:208
CRJ:212
CRJ:212
CUL:105
DCS:115
DIE:104
474
674
474
574
674
474
674
474
674
674
474
474
674
474
552
474
33245
34338
33246
30547
31751
33247
31753
33248
31755
34340
34764
33250
31758
33943
35296
33452
Rules of Criminal Evidence
Rules of Criminal Evidence
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Juvenile Justice
Juvenile Justice
Criminal Law and Procedures
Criminal Law and Procedures
Police Supervision
Correctional Policies and Procedures
Criminal Investigation
Criminal Investigation
Food Preparation Theory
Introduction to Deaf Comm Studies
Electronic Information Systems and Manuals
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
32705
32850
33535
32496
33714
34311
32793
33002
35434
35473
32450
32691
34428
32454
34542
34537
34273
33325
33326
33744
34214
30361
32931
33405
34557
34402
34404
34274
35062
34987
35273
30381
30382
33201
33468
34405
33745
Introduction to Early Care and Education
Introduction to Early Care and Education
Infant, Toddler and Two-Year-Old Children
Child Nutrition, Health and Safety
Child Growth and Development I
Child Growth and Development I
Introduction to Economics
Introduction to Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Children's Literature
Children's Literature
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition I
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
College Composition II
Report Writing
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
34988
31616
33616
34889
32900
34275
32901
Report Writing
Report Writing
Report Writing
Report Writing
Introduction to Fiction
American Literature Between 1865-1945
American Literature Between 1865-1945
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
M
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
W
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
ECE:101
ECE:101
ECE:108
ECE:124
ECE:125
ECE:125
ECO:140
ECO:140
ECO:151
ECO:151
ECO:151
ECO:151
ECO:152
ECO:152
EDU:226
EDU:226
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:101
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:102
ENG:103
574
674
674
674
674
675
574
575
375
474
574
575
374
574
5WB
5WC
374
474
475
476
477
574
575
576
578
674
675
3W4
3W5
4WV
4WX
5WA
5WB
5WD
5WE
6WM
474
ENG:103
ENG:103
ENG:103
ENG:103
ENG:201
ENG:205
ENG:205
475
574
575
5WD
6WA
3W4
5WA
Time
11am-1pm
6am-6:50am
6:30pm-8:30pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
193
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Distance Learning
Course
St. Louis Community College
Distance Learning
Course
Section
CRN
Course Title
Credits
ENG:226
ENG:228
ENG:228
ENG:230
ENG:231
FD:102
FD:103
GEO:100
HIT:101
HIT:101
HIT:101
HIT:103
HIT:103
HIT:104
HIT:105
5WA
5WB
5WD
6W7
6WA
474
474
674
474
475
476
474
475
474
474
33359
33471
34562
33561
32837
32074
32075
33121
33262
33263
33449
33323
34992
34021
34022
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/20-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
HIT:208
HMS:100
HRM:112
HRM:134
HRM:201
HRM:202
HRM:205
HRM:209
HRM:210
HRM:211
HRM:212
HRM:214
HST:100
HST:100
HST:101
HST:101
HST:101
HST:102
474
674
474
474
474
474
474
474
474
474
474
474
674
675
374
674
675
3W4
35640
31093
33019
33032
33334
33021
33335
33564
33337
33565
33344
33346
33515
34459
35659
33035
33499
33793
Children's Literature
Studies in Literature
Studies in Literature
Environmental Literature
World Literature
Funeral Service Psychology
History of Funeral Service
Earth Science
Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology
Healthcare Delivery Systems
Healthcare Delivery Systems
Basic Principles of Disease
Pharmacology for Health Information
Technology Professionals
Advanced Coding Applications
Introduction to Human Services
Purchasing
Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
Problems of Hospitality Management
Hospitality Law
Operational Cost Control
Hospitality Sales and Marketing
Guest Services Management
Hotel Facilities Management
Bar and Beverage Management
Hospitality Human Restaurant Management
American Civilization
American Civilization
American History I
American History I
American History I
American History II
2 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
HST:102
HST:102
HST:102
HST:102
HST:205
IB:100
IB:100
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:201
IDS:201
IDS:201
IDS:201
IDS:201
IDS:201
IRT:138
IRT:140
IRT:142
IRT:150
IRT:169
474
475
674
675
3W4
474
475
374
375
376
377
378
474
674
675
H74
506
575
580
646
647
674
674
674
674
674
674
34362
34363
33500
33502
35660
33813
34983
34409
34759
34760
35426
35544
33029
33189
34427
35706
33289
33410
33528
33829
34423
33645
33972
32838
32839
32840
34082
American History II
American History II
American History II
American History II
History of Modern Middle East
International Business
International Business
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Capstone
Capstone
Capstone
Capstone
Capstone
Capstone
Introduction Compter-Aided Transcription
Legal Terminology
Editing of Legal Documents
Literary I
Information Reporting I
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
M
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-8/23
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/31-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
2
2
2
1
Day
Time
7pm-8:30pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
Fall 2010
Section
CRN
Course Title
IRT:171
IRT:172
IRT:173
IRT:174
IRT:250
IRT:251
IS:101
IS:101
IS:101
IS:102
IS:102
IS:102
IS:102
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
IS:103
674
674
674
674
674
674
474
475
574
474
475
574
576
374
474
475
574
34083
34084
34316
34317
34318
32842
33505
34574
34372
33003
34607
33291
35085
30643
31783
33440
33804
Information Reporting III
Information Reporting IV
Information Reporting V
Information Reporting VI
Literary II
Literary III
Keyboarding
Keyboarding
Keyboarding
Keyboarding and Formatting
Keyboarding and Formatting
Keyboarding and Formatting
Keyboarding and Formatting
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
IS:103
IS:103
IS:110
IS:112
IS:112
IS:112
IS:118
IS:119
IS:120
IS:123
IS:123
IS:123
IS:123
IS:123
IS:124
IS:124
IS:125
IS:126
IS:129
IS:129
IS:129
IS:129
IS:132
IS:132
IS:132
IS:137
674
676
474
474
574
674
474
474
474
474
475
574
575
674
474
574
474
574
474
475
574
674
474
574
674
474
32446
34902
34608
31789
33806
30716
33364
32993
33514
33006
33743
33688
33689
30904
34575
33543
34577
33536
31794
35445
33545
33416
33007
33533
32653
33531
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
2 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
1 cr
IS:137
574
34862
1 cr
TBA
8/16-12/31
IS:139
IS:141
IS:141
474
474
674
34628
34630
32849
Information Systems for Business
Information Systems for Business
Programming Design and Development
Software and Hardware Concepts
Software and Hardware Concepts
Software and Hardware Concepts
Microcomputer Applications - Databases
Microcomputer Applications - Word Processing
Microcomputer Applications - Spreadsheets
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Introduction to Windows
Windows-Advanced Topics
Windows-Advanced Topics
Excel for Windows
E-Mail/Information Management
HTML
HTML
HTML
HTML
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Windows-Intermediate Topics
Microcomputer Applications –
Presentation Software
Microcomputer Applications –
Presentation Software
Web Publishing
Graphics for the Web
Graphics for the Web
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
IS:151
IS:151
IS:151
IS:156
474
574
674
474
35666
32895
32389
33365
4
4
4
1
cr
cr
cr
cr
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-8/26
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/18-12/19
IS:157
474
32989
Microcomputer Applications in Business
Microcomputer Applications in Business
Microcomputer Applications in Business
Microcomputer Applications Intermediate Database
Microcomputer Applications Intermediate Word Processing
Microcomputer Applications Intermediate Spreadsheets
Microcomputer Applications l Advanced Word Processing
TBA
TBA
TBA
R
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
1 cr
1 cr
TBA
TBA
10/18-12/19
1 cr
TBA
10/18-12/19
IS:158
474
33549
IS:161
474
34054
Credits
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Day
Time
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
11am-11:50am
5:30pm-6:30pm
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/16-12/31
8/23-9/26
10/18-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/16-12/31
11/01-12/12
10/18-12/19
8/16-12/31
9/27-10/31
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Distance Learning
Course
St. Louis Community College
Distance Learning
Course
Section
CRN
Course Title
IS:205
IS:215
IS:215
674
474
574
32395
33973
30919
Medical Terminology
Introduction to Local Area Networks
Introduction to Local Area Networks
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
IS:215
IS:225
IS:225
674
474
574
31026
35668
33839
Introduction to Local Area Networks
Database Management
Database Management
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
IS:229
IS:229
474
574
33022
30920
Unix/Linux
Unix/Linux
3 cr
3 cr
IS:231
IS:231
474
574
31804
33840
Introduction to Data Communications
Introduction to Data Communications
3 cr
3 cr
IS:241
IS:241
474
574
35667
33841
Systems Analysis and Design
Systems Analysis and Design
3 cr
3 cr
IS:241
IS:251
MCM:101
MCM:101
MCM:101
MCM:102
MCM:102
MCM:120
MCM:140
MCM:140
MCM:141
MGT:101
MGT:101
MGT:204
MGT:204
MGT:204
MKT:203
MKT:203
MKT:203
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:140
MTH:160C
MTH:160C
MTH:160C
MUS:114
MUS:114
MUS:114
MUS:114
MUS:128
674
474
5XE
674
675
674
675
674
502
675
675
574
674
574
674
675
474
574
674
674
675
676
674
675
676
474
475
5SA
675
374
35472
33997
33388
32898
33501
32812
33429
30157
33994
34234
34233
32795
33726
32456
33691
34212
33818
32457
33318
30410
30412
34755
32184
32711
34970
33694
34038
33091
35279
33807
Systems Analysis and Design
Java Programming
Intro to Mass Communications
Intro to Mass Communications
Intro to Mass Communications
Media Literacy
Media Literacy
Introduction to Broadcasting
Introduction to Advertising
Introduction to Advertising
Public Relations
Introduction to Supervision
Introduction to Supervision
Business Organization and Management
Business Organization and Management
Business Organization and Management
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Marketing
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra
College Algebra
College Algebra
The Enjoyment of Music
The Enjoyment of Music
The Enjoyment of Music
The Enjoyment of Music
Survey of Rock Music
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
MUS:128
PE:135
PE:180
PE:180
PE:180
PE:180
PED:201
PHL:101
674
674
474
475
674
675
674
3W4
35506
35446
34796
35628
33185
33184
32744
34635
Survey of Rock Music
3 cr
Health and Personal Hygiene
3 cr
Wellness and Fitness Concepts
3 cr
Wellness and Fitness Concepts
3 cr
Wellness and Fitness Concepts
3 cr
Wellness and Fitness Concepts
3 cr
Psychological Perspective in Exercise and Sport 3 cr
Introduction to Philosophy
3 cr
PHL:101
PHL:102
PHL:102
PHL:102
PHL:102
6WV
474
475
674
676
35299
30536
33045
35451
35076
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
to
to
to
to
to
Credits
Philosophy
Logic
Logic
Logic
Logic
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Day
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
W
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
R
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Time
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
1pm-3pm
7pm-8:30pm
7pm-8:30pm
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
196
Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/21-8/21
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-8/26
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
Fall 2010
Section
CRN
Course Title
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:103
PHL:104
4WA
4WB
57A
674
675
676
677
374
32827
33342
33297
35452
35136
34911
35280
35676
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
Ethics
PHL:104
PHL:104
PHL:104
PHL:104
PHL:104
PHL:112
PHL:112
PRD:102
PRD:109
PRD:109
PSC:101
PSC:101
PSC:101
PSC:101
PSC:204
PSI:101
PSI:111
PSI:111
PSI:111
PSI:123
PSY:200
57A
674
675
676
677
4WA
674
508
474
551
474
475
T55
T65
501
674
575
674
675
674
374
33300
33382
34148
34182
34195
32828
34267
34900
33172
34844
33893
34368
34756
34757
35540
32447
35650
30531
33340
30541
33798
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:200
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:205
PSY:208
SOC:101
474
540
54A
575
671
674
675
676
677
678
503
671
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
474
3W4
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
SOC:101
474
475
476
671
6W3
6W4
6W5
6W6
6W7
Credits
Religions
Religions
Religions
Religions
Religions
Religions
Religions
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Ethics
Ethics
Ethics
Ethics
Ethics
Business Ethics
Business Ethics
Career Exploration
Habit Change
Habit Change
Introduction to American Politics
Introduction to American Politics
Introduction to American Politics
Introduction to American Politics
Politics of African Nations
Physical Science Lecture I
Introduction to Astronomy I
Introduction to Astronomy I
Introduction to Astronomy I
Meteorology
General Psychology
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
32120
31720
33963
35543
35141
34320
34321
34322
35054
35094
34560
35142
33176
33805
34323
34324
34939
34993
35003
32641
33802
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
General Psychology
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Human Growth and Development
Abnormal Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
34411
34413
35253
35140
34333
31215
34331
34332
34334
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
Day
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
W
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
S
TBA
S
S
S
M
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Th
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Time
7pm-8:30pm
6:30pm-7:30pm
7pm-8:30pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
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9/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
Distance Learning
Course
St. Louis Community College
Course
Section
CRN
Course Title
SOC:101
SOC:202
SOC:204
SOC:204
SOC:204
SOC:204
THT:101
THT:101
THT:110
H74
674
474
565
674
675
502
674
674
35704
34453
34412
35576
34328
34329
35701
30167
34841
Introduction to Sociology
American Social Problems and Issues
Marriage and the Family
Marriage and the Family
Marriage and the Family
Marriage and the Family
Introduction to Theatre
Introduction to Theatre
History of Theatre
Credits
Day
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
Time
Dates
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
Hybrid Courses
Hybrid courses meet part of the semester on campus and part of the semester online. Students will need access to the Internet, an activated my.stlcc.edu student
e-mail address (visit www.stlcc.edu/studentemail for details on how to activate) and other computer-based tools. For more information about a given course, check the
course notes on the interactive class schedule at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
Distance Learning
Course
ACC:110
ACC:114
ACC:114
ACC:120
ACC:120
Section
696
451
695
451
670
CRN
30299
30805
30304
32379
30414
ACC:122
461
30820
ACC:122
671
32615
ACC:124
ACC:204
ACC:208
ACC:212
ACC:213
ART:100
ART:100
ART:100
ART:125
ART:126
ART:172
ART:172
ART:172
ART:172
ART:275
ART:275
ART:275
ART:275
BIO:111
695
695
695
695
695
5SA
695
696
695
695
695
696
697
699
695
696
697
S95
695
35435
32445
30308
33698
31704
34897
34173
35533
35601
35600
33379
33729
34858
35361
32869
32868
34540
35362
35375
Course Title
Credits
Financial Accounting I
4 cr
Managerial Accounting
3 cr
Managerial Accounting
3 cr
Computer Accounting Applications
3 cr
Computer Accounting Applications
3 cr
for Business
Computer Accounting Applications 3 cr
Spreadsheets
Computer Accounting Applications 3 cr
Spreadsheets
Computer Accounting Applications -Databases 3 cr
Income Tax Accounting
3 cr
Intermediate Accounting I
3 cr
Nonprofit Accounting
3 cr
Survey of Business Taxes
3 cr
Art Appreciation
3 cr
Art Appreciation
3 cr
Art Appreciation
3 cr
Interactive Design I
3 cr
Introduction to Adobe Flash
3 cr
Digital Photography
3 cr
Digital Photography
3 cr
Digital Photography
3 cr
Digital Photography
3 cr
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
3 cr
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
3 cr
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
3 cr
Photo Imaging I: Photoshop
3 cr
Introductory Biology I
4 cr
BIO:111
S96
35372
Introductory Biology I
4 cr
BIO:111
S97
35374
Introductory Biology I
4 cr
BIO:117
BIO:203
BIO:203
BIO:207
586
580
581
395
34689
33498
33366
34541
Conservationand Ecology
General Microbiology I
General Microbiology I
Anatomy and Physiology I
3
4
4
4
BIO:207
BIO:208
507
395
32420
34719
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II
4 cr
4 cr
BIO:208
BLW:201
BUS:104
CHM:101
513
695
586
695
34556
33845
32879
31555
Anatomy and Physiology II
Legal Environment of Business
Introduction to Business Administration
Fundamentals of Chemistry I
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
5 cr
CHM:101
696
32819
Fundamentals of Chemistry I
5 cr
CHM:101
S97
34982
Fundamentals of Chemistry I
5 cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
Day
MW
T
T
M
W
Time
3:30pm-5:50pm
5:45pm-7pm
11am-12:15pm
7:05pm-9:45pm
7pm-9:30pm
Dates
10/18-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/25-10/17
M
7:05pm-9:45pm
10/18-12/19
W
7pm-9:30pm
10/20-12/19
T
T
W
R
T
R
T
R
T
T
M
R
M
S
W
F
W
W
TBA
T
M
TBA
M
TBA
T
S
S
TBA
F
F
TBA
F
F
R
T
W
W
S
S
S
S
5:30pm-6:50pm
7pm-9pm
5:30pm-6:50pm
5:30pm-6:50pm
5:30pm-6:50pm
6:30pm-9:10pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
3:30pm-4:45pm
12pm-2:50pm
8am-11:50am
11am-2:50pm
8am-11:50am
6pm-9:50pm
9:30am-1:20pm
11am-2:50pm
9am-12:50pm
6pm-9:50pm
1pm-3:50pm
7pm-8:50pm
9am-10:50am
11am-12:50pm
6pm-10pm
9am-12pm
1pm-4pm
2pm-3:50pm
11:30am-2:30pm
9am-10:50am
9am-11:50am
11am-12:15pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-8:30pm
6pm-8:30pm
11:30am-1:50pm
11:30am-1:50pm
8am-10:20am
8am-10:20am
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8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/17-12/31
8/28-12/19
8/28-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
Fall 2010
Section
CRN
Course Title
Credits
Day
Time
CHM:105
695
33313
General Chemistry I
5 cr
COM:103
CRJ:123
EDU:227
EDU:227
ENG:101
ENG:101
HST:119
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:101
IDS:201
IDS:201
586
595
474
475
418
585
585
486
565
585
695
696
697
395
474
34892
30548
34978
34100
32121
33385
31773
33740
34898
32581
35568
35569
35570
35542
33979
Small Group Communication
Juvenile Justice
Educational Psychology
Educational Psychology
College Composition I
College Composition I
The Modern World
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Cornerstone
Capstone
Capstone
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
9am-11:20am
9am-11:20am
6pm-10pm
6pm-8:40pm
11am-12:30pm
5:30pm-7pm
IDS:201
475
34686
Capstone
4 cr
IDS:201
IS:107
IS:107
695
450
564
35594
34068
34360
Capstone
Introduction to Programming
Introduction to Programming
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
IS:110
IS:110
450
564
31788
34361
Programming Design and Development
Programming Design and Development
3 cr
3 cr
IS:130
IS:130
IS:130
IS:130
IS:139
IS:151
IS:215
IS:217
IS:225
IS:229
IS:235
450
451
564
565
695
585
486
486
450
450
564
31795
35663
35592
35675
31544
33838
31802
35241
31803
33989
35718
Hardware and Software Support
Hardware and Software Support
Hardware and Software Support
Hardware and Software Support
Web Publishing
Microcomputer Applications in Business
Introduction to Local Area Networks
Network Performance Monitor
Database Management
Unix/Linux
Network Design and Installation
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
IS:235
IS:236
IS:236
IS:239
IS:239
IS:241
IS:246
IS:251
695
595
695
595
695
450
450
564
31131
35719
31133
35720
32678
31807
33995
35275
Network Design and Installation
Network Administration
Network Administration
Router Administration
Router Administration
Systems Analysis and Design
Visual Basic Programming
Java Programming
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
IS:252
IS:252
450
564
32107
35710
Advanced Java Programming
Advanced Java Programming
3 cr
3 cr
IS:255
IS:256
IS:256
450
450
564
34702
33996
35713
Advanced Visual Basic Programming
C++ Programming
C++ Programming
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
IS:260
564
35717
Visual C++ Application Development
3 cr
IS:262
IS:265
IS:272
IS:275
LGL:104
LGL:104
LGL:104
LGL:106
LGL:106
LGL:108
LGL:108
LGL:108
LGL:202
LGL:202
LGL:211
450
450
695
474
641
694
695
641
670
640
670
671
595
670
671
35464
34700
32179
34071
30418
34183
30417
32103
30419
30534
30533
30535
33927
34034
30422
Advanced Software Development
Web Scripting Technologies
Oracle Database Administration
Advanced C++ Programming
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Introduction to Civil Trial Procedures
Computers and the Law
Computers and the Law
Introduction Law for the Paralegal
Introduction Law for the Paralegal
Introduction Law for the Paralegal
Wills, Trusts and Probate Administration
Wills, Trusts and Probate Administration
Torts
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3 cr
S
S
T
M
F
T
TBA
T
T
S
R
T
M
W
F
TR
W
TBA
W
TBA
TR
M
T
R
T
T
R
M
R
MW
TR
M
M
F
F
T
M
T
R
R
W
MW
W
MW
R
T
T
R
M
T
R
T
W
M
W
M
W
R
T
M
W
W
M
M
R
R
W
M
R
W
W
T
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
9am-12pm
6:30pm-9:10pm
6pm-10pm
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
9am-9:50am
1:30pm-3:20pm
7:45pm-9:15pm
6pm-7:30pm
8am-9:15am
7pm-8:15pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
7pm-8:15pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
5:30pm-6:50pm
5pm-6pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-8:10pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-8pm
1pm-3:30pm
7pm-8:20pm
7pm-8:20pm
7pm-8:20pm
7pm-8:20pm
7pm-8:20pm
7pm-8:30pm
7pm-8:14pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
7pm-8:15pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:50pm-8pm
8:15pm-9:30pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
1pm-3:30pm
5:30pm-8pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
5:30pm-6:45pm
7pm-9:40pm
7pm-8:15pm
12:30pm-4:30pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
1pm-5pm
6pm-10pm
12:30pm-4:30pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
7:10pm-9:55pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
The most updated course information can be found online at www.stlcc.edu/interactive.
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Dates
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/13
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/31
8/16-12/31
10/18-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/16-12/31
8/23-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/23-12/19
9/13-12/19
9/13-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/24-10/17
8/24-10/17
8/24-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/04-12/12
8/23-12/19
8/27-12/19
8/27-10/17
8/24-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/25-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/19-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/25-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/20-12/19
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/23-10/17
8/25-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/18-12/19
10/25-12/19
10/21-12/19
8/26-10/17
8/25-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/21-12/19
8/25-12/15
8/25-10/17
8/24-10/17
Distance Learning
Course
St. Louis Community College
Course
Section
CRN
Course Title
Credits
Day
Time
LGL:217
LGL:217
LGL:218
LGL:218
LGL:221
LGL:223
LGL:228
LGL:229
LGL:541
MGT:106
MGT:205
MTH:140
MTH:160C
MTH:160C
PE:103
670
671
695
696
650
650
671
671
695
695
695
395
395
396
591
30428
33397
33412
30540
34310
32821
30544
31333
34098
32144
33001
33786
34578
35677
32088
Legal Research
Legal Research
Legal Writing
Legal Writing
Advanced Online-Database Legal Research
Evidence
Family Law
Advanced Computer Utilization
Intellectual Property
Human Resources Management
Purchasing Management
Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra
College Algebra
Aerobic Fitness
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
1
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm-10pm
6pm- 9pm
6pm- 9pm
1:30pm-2:45pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
1:30pm-3:20pm
9am-10am
1 cr
T
M
M
T
T
R
T
R
W
W
W
R
T
W
S
S
S
PE:120
574
35664
Community CPR
PE:120
581
35672
Community CPR
1 cr
S
10am-11am
PE:120
591
32585
Community CPR
1 cr
9am-3:30pm
9am-3:30pm
475
695
34795
33114
Stress Management
College Physics I
3 cr
4 cr
695
695
35080
34693
Human Growth and Development
Introduction to Sociology
3 cr
3 cr
S
U
T
S
S
W
R
PE:161
PHY:111
PSY:205
SOC:101
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
cr
9am-10am
11am-1pm
12pm-1:50pm
3:30pm-6pm
Distance Learning
Course descriptions begin on page 201 or view online at stlcc.edu/catalog.
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Dates
8/24-10/17
8/23-10/17
10/18-12/19
10/26-12/07
10/20-11/17
9/16-9/30
10/26-12/19
10/21-12/19
10/27-12/15
10/20-12/19
8/25-10/17
8/26-12/19
8/24-12/19
8/25-12/19
8/28-8/28
8/28-10/02
10/23-10/23
10/23-12/11
8/28-8/28
8/28-10/16
10/16-10/16
10/17-10/17
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
8/23-12/19
10/20-12/19
10/21-12/19
Fall 2010
Accounting
ACC:100
APPLIED ACCOUNTING
An introductory course in the principles of accounting with
emphasis on practice in bookkeeping techniques, designed to
familiarize career students with the basic accounting system
and the knowledge of keeping records. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ACC:110
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
The emphasis of this course is on the measurement and
presentation of financial data. The course focuses on
preparation and use of corporate financial statements
consistent with General Accepted Accounting Principles.
Prerequisites: ACC:100 or one year of high school accounting
or department approval and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:114
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Emphasis is on evaluation and utilization of accounting data for
the purpose of planning and controlling operations. Topics
include financial statement analysis, methods of cost
accumulation, budgeting, standard costs, direct costing, and
cost-volume-profit analysis. Prerequisites: ACC:110 with grade
of “C” or better or departmental approval and Reading
Proficiency.
ACC:120
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS
FOR BUSINESS
This survey course introduces various commercial accounting
software in a hands-on environment. Topics covered include
general ledger, receivables, payables, inventory, payroll, and
importing and exporting accounting data to other software.
The course provides an introduction to accounting
applications of spreadsheet and presentation software and the
Internet. No previous computer experience is necessary.
Prerequisites: ACC:100 and/or ACC:110 and/or department
approval and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:122
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS SPREADSHEETS
This course covers accounting applications using spreadsheet
software as a tool in solving accounting problems and
presenting and analyzing accounting data. Topics include using
spreadsheet software to prepare accounting reports such as
the income statement, balance sheet, statement of cash flow,
and special purpose accounting reports for decision making.
Financial reports are analyzed using spreadsheet software. In
addition, auditing a worksheet and graphical analysis of
accounting information is performed using the charting
feature of spreadsheet software. Prerequisites: ACC:110 or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:124
COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS—
DATABASES
This course covers how to build a database for accounts
receivable, accounts payable, inventory, fixed assets and
payroll. Prerequisites: ACC:110 or department approval and
Reading Proficiency.
ACC:204
INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
A study of federal tax accounting; emphasis is placed on the
procedure required to comply with the tax laws and to make
the required tax returns. Income tax, social security and
payroll tax accounting is included. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ACC:206
AUDITING
This course teaches the procedures of examination of
financial statements by external and internal auditors. Topics
include: auditing standards, development of working papers
and reports, and development of sampling and original
records examination. Prerequisites: ACC:208, ACC:209 and
Reading Proficiency.
ACC:208
INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
Study of financial accounting theory relating to asset, liability
and owner’s equity accounts, including methods of valuation
and the related effects on financial statements. Prerequisites:
ACC:111 or ACC:114 with a grade of “C” or better or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
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ACC:211
CURRENT TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING
Study of selected topics or current topics in Accounting. This
course will provide an opportunity to explore various current
issues in greater detail. Prerequisites: ACC:110 or department
approval and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:212
NONPROFIT ACCOUNTING
The course addresses the principles, concepts and processes
involved in the accounting treatment for nonprofit entities.
Organizations discussed will include state and local
governments, the federal government, college and universities,
hospitals and health organizations, and other voluntary health
and welfare organizations. Prerequisites: ACC:110 or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:213
SURVEY OF BUSINESS TAXES
This is a survey course of Business Taxes. Topics include federal
taxation of income, state taxation of income, state capital base
taxes, state sales and use tax, federal and state employment
related taxes and property taxes. Prerequisites: ACC:110 or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:214
BUSINESS TAXES: RESEARCH AND PLANNING
This course concentrates on advanced business tax issues for
partnerships, corporations, and S-corporations. Topics include
tax planning, tax practice considerations, and tax research.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ACC:291
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP
An Accounting Internship allows students to apply skills
learned in the classroom, learn new skills, and explore career
opportunities while supervised by an employer and a faculty
member. Working as an intern for 120 hours under the
supervision of an accounting professional, the student will
have the opportunity to participate in the accounting
functions of an accounting firm, accounting department, or
other business unit. Prerequisites: Approval of department
chair or program coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
ACC:292
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP II
This is an additional internship opportunity for accounting
students to apply skills learned in the classroom, learn new
skills, and explore career opportunities while supervised by an
employer and a faculty member. Working as an intern for 120
hours under the supervision of an accounting professional, the
student will have the opportunity to participate in the
accounting functions of an accounting firm, accounting
department, or other business unit. Prerequisites: Approval of
department chair or program coordinator and Reading
Proficiency.
ACC:293
ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP III
This is an additional internship opportunity for accounting
students to apply skills learned in the classroom, learn new
skills, and explore career opportunities while supervised by an
employer and a faculty member. Working as an intern for 120
hours under the supervision of an accounting professional, the
student will have the opportunity to participate in the
accounting functions of an accounting firm, accounting
department, or other business unit. Prerequisites: Approval of
department chair or program coordinator and Reading
Proficiency.
Anthropology
ANT:101
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
This course is designed to present the principles, theories,
data and methods used by anthropologists and archaeologists
in their attempts to study human evolutionary development.
Generally speaking, three broad topics are covered: the
mechanisms of evolution, human prehistory, and the fossil
evidence of Homo Sapiens and ancestral forms. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ANT:102
INTRODUCTION TO
CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
In this course, students are introduced to the great diversity
of human cultures. Economic, social, political and religious
systems are compared, including such topics as the nature of
culture, cultural ecology, magic and witchcraft, disease and
curing, sex roles, and rites of passage. Problems resulting when
traditional societies confront industrial societies or
industrialization are discussed. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ANT:103
CULTURAL VARIATIONS
This course focuses on culture as a prime determinant of
human behavior. To understand how culture "works" helps us
to understand better the people who live in that culture. The
basic concepts of culture are presented including adaptation
to the environment, language and communication, social
stratification, values and attitudes, customs and habits, and
social change. Economics, politics, religion and social systems
are compared and evaluated with special application to living,
visiting, and doing business in another culture. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ANT:105
FOUNDATIONS OF ARCHAEOLOGY
A basic introduction to archaeology as an interpretive
discipline. Why and how do archaeologists determine how old
things are and which ancient cultures they belong to? How do
they reconstruct the religions, economy, and politics of ancient
civilizations? Using cases from ancient cultures around the
world, this course will answer these and many other questions
about the study of archaeology. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ANT:202
ETHNOGRAPHY: NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
This course presents an introduction to the beliefs, customs
and social organization of the Indians of North America. The
course will deal with the Indians as they were before
Columbus, their life ways, world views, and religion, economic
patterns and technology, patterns of family life, warfare and
confrontations with Europeans. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ANT:207
ANCIENT CIVILIZATION OF THE OLD WORLD
A survey of the earliest complex societies in the Old World
during the Neolithic and Bronze Ages. Emphasis will be
focused on the cultures in Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and
China. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Arabic
ARA:101
MODERN ARABIC I
This is a practical, beginning course in speaking and understanding
modern Arabic. It is designed for persons who want to learn
some Arabic, who want to travel to an Arabic-speaking country,
or who have previous limited experience in Arabic. Attention is
given to proper pronunciation, to practicing the words and basic
structures most frequently in daily conversation and to learning
the social conventions and Arabic culture necessary for
interpersonal communication with native speakers of
contemporary Arabic. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ARA:102
MODERN ARABIC II
Modern Arabic II is a continuation of Modern Arabic I.
Students complete the basic elements of Arabic grammar,
increase their vocabulary and gain added facility in speaking
and reading Arabic. Prerequisites: ARA:101 or the permission
of the instructor and Reading Proficiency.
Architectural Technology
ARC:110
ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS
Foundation course in which quality drafting in the areas of line
weight and quality, lettering, dimensioning, notes is taught.
Drafting procedures such as orthographics, axonometrics,
perspective, shade and shadow, topography, entourage
rendering are introduced. Care and use of drafting and print
tools and media are considered. (Approximate cost of supply
kit—$50). Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
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ARC:112
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION I
A small project is designed and detailed. Topics covered
include: design method, design presentation techniques,
construction details, and construction document set
production. Verbal and graphic communication of ideas is
developed. A portfolio of student work is begun. Additional
lab hours required. Prerequisites: ARC:110 with a grade of "C"
or better and Reading Proficiency.
Art
ARC:114
ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY AND THEORY
Course presents a survey of the history of shelter,
monuments, other building types, towns and cities, and site
design in relation to current architectural trends. Forces which
shape the built-environment are studied. Tours of area sites or
buildings may be included. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:101
ART HISTORY I
A survey of art from the prehistoric to medieval period.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ARC:115
ART:103
HISTORY OF MODERN ART
A survey of modern art beginning with the late 19th century
and proceeding through the work of contemporary artists.
Recurrent themes from the following periods will be
examined: impressionism, post-impressionism, art nouveau,
cubism, expressionism, dada, surrealism, abstract
expressionism, pop and new realism. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING AND
PRESENTATION
Students gain experience in color and pattern rendering and
presentation drawing technology. A variety of media and
concepts is explored. Finished projects can be included in the
architectural portfolio. Additional hours required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ARC:123
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED
ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING
Students learn to operate hardware and software generally in
use in the architectural profession. A basic introduction to the
systems will be presented. Hands-on use of the equipment will
be emphasized. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ARC:124
INTRODUCTION TO
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
This is a hands-on introduction to the use of building
information modeling (BIM) software for architecture.
Instruction will focus on how both graphic and non-graphic
architectural information for a building is produced through
the creation of a single project database represented in a 3D
model. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ARC:209
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I
An introduction to the physics and practical design aspects of
plumbing systems, and the systems and building form and
fabric affecting the heat loss and gain and internal comfort of
buildings. Prerequisites: MTH:124 or MTH:140 and Reading
Proficiency.
ARC:211
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND PRODUCTION
II
A small commercial project is designed and detailed. Topics
covered include design method, design presentation
techniques, construction details and construction document
production. Verbal and graphic communication of ideas is
continued. Students continue to develop a portfolio.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: ARC:112 with
grade of "C" or better, ARC:123 and Reading Proficiency.
ARC:222
SITE PLANNING AND LANDSCAPE DRAFTING
This course provides an introduction to the art of arranging
the external environment to support human behavior. The
student will learn skills used in architecture, engineering,
landscape architecture and city planning. Principles of plane
surveying as related to site planning are also studied. Drafting
skills are studied with emphasis on site plans and techniques
of landscape drafting. Additional hours required. Prerequisites:
ARC:110 and Reading Proficiency.
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ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER RENDERING,
MODELING AND ANIMATION
This course provides an introduction to the use of computers
in digital modeling and rendering for architecture. The student
will gain experience in the use of 3-D, image editing, and
CADD software to produce 3-D models and 2-D renderings
of architectural projects. Prerequisites: ARC:123 or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
ARC:521
GREEN BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES AND LEED
CERTIFICATION
This course examines the process for producing highperformance, sustainable buildings in the United States and
explains the process of building new or renewing existing
buildings for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
(LEED) Certification. This course will discuss LEED-AP exam
preparation. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:100
ART APPRECIATION
This course is intended to stimulate the student’s visual,
emotional and intellectual awareness of an artistic heritage
and to acquaint the individual with the work of the great
masters of the art world, both past and present. For non-art
majors. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:102
ART HISTORY II
Continuation of ART:101 covering the medieval period to
modern art. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:107
DESIGN I
Emphasis on principles and elements of design through a
series of assigned problems. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:108
DESIGN II
The study of color, exploring various color theories and the
historical application through a series of problems. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:107 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:109
DRAWING I
This is a beginning course in fundamentals of drawing that
includes an introduction to drawing principles, construction,
proportion, form, value, perspective, composition, tools and
media. Perception, visual awareness, sensitivity, attitude and
judgment are all stressed. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:110
DRAWING II
A continuation of ART:109, the fundamentals and principles of
drawing, with more emphasis on organizational concepts and
a variety of media. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:109 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:111
FIGURE DRAWING I
Introduction to drawing from the human figure, analysis of
structure, proportion and basic forms. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:112
FIGURE DRAWING II
Continuation of ART:111. Emphasizes the use of various
drawing media. Analysis of the structure of the human figure
through anatomy. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:111 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:113
CERAMICS I
A study of the basic principles of ceramics and ceramic
sculpture with emphasis on hand-built techniques. As the
student progresses, there will be study on the kick wheel.
Additional studio hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ART:114
PAINTING I
An introduction to oil painting from still-life objects, with
emphasis on technique and the effective use of color.
Composition and drawing will be stressed as they relate to
painting. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:109 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:115
PRINTMAKING I
This is an introductory course in traditional and
contemporary printmaking. The student will be exposed to a
variety of printmaking media from a selection of monotypes,
linoleum blocks, wood blocks, collagraphs, dry points, etchings,
and solvent transfers. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:116
SCULPTURE I
A course based on individual development stressing the
elements of sculpture: form, space, light, movement, texture,
proportion in relation to the basic methods associated with
the sculpture field. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:125
INTERACTIVE DESIGN I
This course introduces students to the methods and practices
of creating graphics for use in interactive digital media.
Students will create graphics used in video, mobile devices,
web, social media sites and other formats of digital
communication. Software used will include Photoshop,
Illustrator, After Effects, iMovie, Second Life and others.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: ART:131,
ART:275 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:126
INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE FLASH
This course covers basic Flash tools, menu bars and panels.
Students will learn the timeline, keyframing, tweening and
Flash workflow with Illustrator and Photoshop. Students will
create an animated character sequence, import and edit
audio, insert a Flash movie into Dreamweaver, and create a
Flash website. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:131 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:131
COMPUTER ART STUDIO
Computer Art Studio introduces students to the most
common graphic software programs. Students will learn to
navigate through the operating system and will gain basic
experience with drawing, photo-imaging and page-layout
applications. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ART:133
GRAPHIC DESIGN I
This course is an introduction to graphic design with an
emphasis on its history and its place in the advertising world.
It will cover basic layout processes, typography, and the use of
materials required in the field. Issues such as client needs,
concept development, and ethical considerations will also be
covered. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ART:134
GRAPHIC DESIGN II
Students in this course will further explore the area of graphic
design with an emphasis on various layout formats, the
creative use of typography, and the historic aspects of graphic
design. Concept origination and development are also
addressed. The use of computers as a design tool will be
employed. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:131 and ART:133 with grades of “C” or better, ART:107
and Reading Proficiency.
ART:135
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION I
Students in this class will study the history of printing and the
basics of how the various commercial printing processes
work. The major emphasis will be on understanding
mechanical art procedures, the selection of printing papers,
and the development of dialog with printing suppliers. The
proper use and preparation of art for spot color, multicolor
and process color printing and pre-press file preparation will
be stressed. Binding and finishing techniques as well as layout
and design concepts will be discussed in relation to the
finished printed product. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:131 and ART:133 with grades of "C" or
better and Reading Proficiency.
ART:138
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS I
This drawing course fulfills the specific needs of graphic design
students. It emphasizes the study of composition and design as
they apply to the solution of graphic design and illustration
problems. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:107, ART:109 and ART:111 with grades of "C" or better
and Reading Proficiency.
ART:151
INTERIOR DESIGN I
An introduction to interior space planning through the use of
scaled floor plans and elevations. Emphasis is placed on the
design and selection of furnishings, textiles, accessories, and
other interior components. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisite: Prior or concurrent enrollment in ARC:110 and
Reading Proficiency.
ART:152
TEXTILES
A study of fabric selection, care and performance based on
the characteristics of textile fibers, processing, color
application, and finishes. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
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ART:154
COMPUTER-AIDED INTERIOR DESIGN
This course is an introduction to hardware and software used
in the practice of interior design. AutoCAD will be used to
create scaled drawings, specifications and programming
documents. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: Prior
or concurrent enrollment in ARC:110 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:155
BATH DESIGN
This course is designed so that students can learn the special
requirements necessary to design safe and functional
bathrooms utilizing the standards established by the National
Kitchen and Bath Association. Students develop
comprehensive projects solving bathroom design problems.
Prerequisites: ART:151, prior or concurrent enrollment in
ARC:110 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:157
PERSPECTIVE DRAWING AND RENDERING
FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS
This course will allow students to gain experience in
perspective drawing of interior spaces. A variety of media are
explored in color and pattern rendering. Students will also
explore an introduction to design using digital media.
Additional hours required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:158
WORKPLACE LEARNING:
INTERNSHIP IN KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN
This experiential course provides the student the opportunity
to apply theory and skills learned in the classroom, learn new
skills, and explore career possibilities while supervised by a
professional in the field and a faculty member. Students will
observe and participate in functions of the kitchen and bath
industry in order to enhance their preparation for entering
the kitchen and bath design field. Minimum of 160 hours in the
workplace throughout the term. Prerequisites: ART:155,
ART:156 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:165
PHOTOGRAPHY I
An introduction to the medium of black and white
photography, encompassing control of the craft and the
meaning of the image. Students should have a camera with full
aperture and shutter speed controls. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:166
PHOTOGRAPHY II
An advanced study of photographic methods, composition,
and darkroom techniques. (Students must have access to a
camera, preferably a 35 mm). Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:165 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:167
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Theory of color, materials of color photography, and
techniques of color printing. A portfolio of color prints will be
produced by the student. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:165 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:168
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
An introduction to the understanding of photography through
the study of significant historical events, pioneers, techniques,
equipment, and aesthetic trends that have influenced and
modulated this art form. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:172
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
This course is an introduction to digital photography. Students
will learn digital camera basics, including the mechanics of the
camera and printing with the computer. Students will follow
guided exercises and projects and produce a portfolio of
prints using digital printers. No darkroom work is included in
this course. Students must provide their own digital cameras.
Additional studio hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
ART:204
PHOTOGRAPHY III
This course is a continuation of the exploration of the
photographic process and techniques begun in Photography I
and Photography II with a greater emphasis being placed on
the creative process and the individual's perception and
understanding of the elusive nature of images. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:165, ART:166 and
Reading Proficiency.
ART:207
DESIGN III
An introduction to 3-D work, exploring the spatial qualities of
mass, shape, volume. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:108 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:208
DESIGN IV
Advanced problems in various aspects of design. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:207 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:209
DRAWING III
Emphasis is placed on methods of achieving compositional
unity in drawing. Balance, variety, rhythm, and repetition, some
of the factors responsible for unified structure in drawing, will
be examined on an advanced level. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:110 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:210
ADVANCED DRAWING
Research in drawing problems that will deal primarily with
concept, media, style and composition. The human figure, stilllife objects and surroundings will be used as topical sources.
Prerequisites: ART:209, ART:211 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:211
FIGURE DRAWING III
Advanced figure drawing from the model. Additional studio
hours required. Prerequisites: ART:112 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:213
CERAMICS II
A study of the techniques of wheel-thrown ceramics and
extensive experimentation with glazes and oxides. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:113 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:214
PAINTING II
A continuation of ART:114 with emphasis on composition and
color. Knowledge will be developed for future individual study.
Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:114 and
Reading Proficiency.
ART:215
PRINTMAKING II
A continuation of ART:115. In addition to continued
exploration of media covered in Printmaking I, this course
introduces students to additional printmaking techniques,
from a selection of lithography, silk screen, photo-mechanical
methods, chine colle` and mixed media. Additional studio
hours required. Prerequisites: ART:115 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:221
PAGE LAYOUT: QUARK/INDESIGN
This course is designed to provide students with an advanced
exploration and understanding of the QuarkXPress and
Adobe InDesign digital page design and layout software
programs. Principles of page layout design and the graphic
synthesis of typographic elements will be studied with these
programs on an advanced level. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:131 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:224
PACKAGE DESIGN
This course explores the concepts, techniques and concerns
of graphic design as applied to package design and
presentation display. Students will produce three-dimensional
packaging solutions. Issues covered will include the functions
of effective package design, special production processes and
the creation of three-dimensional package mock-ups.
Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:131,
ART:233 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:233
GRAPHIC DESIGN III
This class will continue to examine the subject of graphic
design with the emphasis upon the "hands-on" approach to
finding creative solutions to complex visual communications
problems. A professional approach to the discipline will be
stressed. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:108 and ART:134 with grades of "C" or better, prior or
concurrent enrollment in ART:138 with a grade of "C" or
better and Reading Proficiency.
ART:235
GRAPHIC PRODUCTION II
This course is a continuation of Graphic Production I but with
a greater emphasis on the proper preparation of electronic
pre-press files for spot-color, multi-color and process-color
print production. Students will execute print projects using the
computer to create pre-press files for print production. They
will also examine many advanced printing techniques, multiple
page document preparation and the proper methods for
sending files to printers. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:134 and ART:135 with grades of "C" or
better and Reading Proficiency.
ART:236
TYPOGRAPHY
This course will stress the refined use of typography as a
design and communication tool. Students will study the
history and classifications of letterforms and employ this
knowledge base in the creation of various typographical
designs and presentations. Typical projects may range from
letter and alphabet design to the use of typographical forms
as the feature design elements in graphic designs or page
layouts. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:131 and ART:133 with grades of "C" or better and
Reading Proficiency.
ART:238
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS II
Students will build upon the principles covered in Drawing for
Graphics I as they learn about additional techniques and
materials necessary to explore drawing solutions to graphic
design problems typically encountered in this field. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:138 with a grade of
"C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
ART:239
ILLUSTRATION I
This course is a comprehensive exposure to the methods and
theories of illustrative drawing and painting as it is used in
reproduction. A special emphasis will be placed on its
application to advertising and publication design. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:131 and ART:138
with grades of "C" or better, or concurrent enrollment in same
and Reading Proficiency.
ART:240
ILLUSTRATION II
This class exposes students to an experimental approach to
illustrative drawing and painting with a strong emphasis on the
creative use of materials and design principles. The use of
computer drawing and painting programs may be stressed.
Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:239 with
grade of "C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
ART:242
DRAWING FOR GRAPHICS III
Students in this class will build upon the principles covered in
Drawing for Graphics II and will learn techniques and
materials required to explore drawing solutions using the
human figure to fulfill critical needs in the illustration
profession. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:238 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:243
FIGURE ILLUSTRATION
Students in this class will learn to draw the human figure
emphasizing the purpose or function needed for advertising
or publishing assignments. Analysis will be made of the ideal
human figure through structure, anatomy, expression, and its
placement in an environment. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:111 and Reading Proficiency.
ART:245
PORTFOLIO DESIGN AND
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES
This course will discuss the opportunities and procedures in
the various fields of graphic design, illustration and advertising
design. Students will be guided in the preparation of a
portfolio of their work, in the development of a resume and
related documents, and will learn practical interviewing
techniques. The intent will be to prepare students to enter the
art field with a confident and professional attitude. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: Permission of program
coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
ART:234
GRAPHIC DESIGN IV
This course is an advanced exploration of graphic design, with
the emphasis upon creative problem solving and the use of
professional practices. Students will learn to solve complex
visual communication problems such as logo design, package
design, point of purchase and publication design. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:135 and ART:233
with grades of "C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
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HISTORY OF CULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS I
The history of furniture styles, decorative arts, and
architecture from Mesopotamia to French Empire will be
taught. The emphasis is on materials, techniques, and aesthetics
that make environments unique within their historical cultural
environments. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
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ART:251
INTERIOR DESIGN II
Problem analysis and design solutions for residential and
commercial interiors focusing on user needs, specification
procedures, and formal presentation techniques. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:151, prior or
concurrent enrollment in ARC:112 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:106
ART:252
RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR DESIGN
An in-depth study of residential design emphasizing the
relationship of designer and client from initial consultation
through the design process to the final execution of the
contracted agreement. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:251 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:108
ART:265
ARTIFICIAL LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
Introduction to basic theories of illumination as applied to a
variety of subject compositions. Use of the view camera with
Polaroid film, negative and reversal films; production of
professional quality prints. Prerequisites: ART:165 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:273
ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY
The subject matter of this photography class will be
cityscapes, buildings of all types, interiors and exteriors. View
cameras will be used in class. Class will meet on campus as
well as travel to various locations in the city to photograph.
Use of view camera operations to control perspective will be
emphasized. Assignments outside of class will be done with
students' own cameras. A moderately wide angle lens (28mm35mm focal length on 35mm camera) would be useful but is
not required. Students need their own light meters. Black and
white materials will be used. Work will include processing of
roll and sheet films, the making of fine quality prints and
appropriate print presentation. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:165, ART:168 and Reading
Proficiency.
ART:275
PHOTO IMAGING I: PHOTOSHOP
This course is an investigation of processing of continuous
tone image files. Software tools and adjustment controls will
be learned. Students will investigate scanning, color and tonal
management, image repair and compositing, and printing. A
portfolio of prints will be created emphasizing the individual
expressiveness of the student. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ART:605
TRADITIONAL CHINESE PAINTING AND
CALLIGRAPHY
This course will focus on 2 areas: Traditional Chinese painting,
traditional Chinese calligraphy. Under different assignments
students will learn not just traditional Chinese art skills but the
concept and the culture issues behind traditional Chinese
painting. This course will provide an opportunity to students for
understanding the different approach an art beside western style.
ART:608
ART GALLERY EXHIBITIONS I
This course will provide students with the necessary skills
needed to create exhibition proposals and prepare their work
for gallery exhibitions. Information covered in this course will
include: how to create a proposal packet, how to write cover
letters, exhibit proposals, artist statements, resumes, create
Images an deconstruct an Image list. Additional topics covered
will include: framing/presentations of art, creating postcard
announcements and press releases. Students enrolled in this
class will exhibit their work in the student gallery (theater
lobby) during Art Student Practicum II. Prerequisites:
Permissions of instructor and Reading Proficiency.
AT:100
Course Descriptions
HARDWARE CONFIGURATION AND
TROUBLESHOOTING: MACINTOSH/WINDOWS
This course will address setting up the computer and
connecting peripheral devices such as cameras, scanners and
printers; partitioning the hard drive, adding RAM, installing
software and virus protection, and troubleshooting simple
problems. Advanced topics include networking and using a
server. Additional lab hours may be required. Corequisite:
ART:131. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
AT:104
ELECTRONIC PHOTO STUDIO
Investigates electronic (filmless) photography, both in the
studio and on location, and high resolution scanning of
traditional film media. Current camera technologies are
considered. Students will examine the advantages of either
direct capture or scanning original film. Students will be
required to demonstrate proficiency and understanding in the
application of the equipment by completing assigned projects.
Additional lab hour required. Prerequisites: ART:275, ART:167
and Reading Proficiency.
TWO DIMENSIONAL COMPUTER ANIMATION:
ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS
This course will instruct students in the use of digital still and
motion images combined with sound and special effects to
create animated, multimedia sequences. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:275 and Reading Proficiency.
COMPUTER PAINTING AND DRAWING:
COREL PAINTER
Students will utilize a variety of computer drawing software
programs to create life drawings utilizing digitizing tablets.
Assignments will include still life as well as the human figure.
The techniques of using the pressure sensitive drawing tablet
will be investigated to allow the creation of expressive line,
mass and shading. A portfolio of drawings in both color and
monochrome will be submitted at the conclusion of the
course. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: ART:131
with a grade of "C" or better, ART:109 and Reading
Proficiency.
AT:120
COMPUTER DRAWING I: ILLUSTRATOR
This course is an investigation of vector imaging software used
for the creation of drawings, typography and logotypes. Tools,
palettes and menus will be learned, and methods of creating
original expressive works will be developed. Students will
investigate scanning reflective art, tracing, creating shapes, line
control, color fills, and printing. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:109 and ART:131 with grades of “C” or
better, and Reading Proficiency.
AT:121
WATERCOLOR I
A foundation course covering basic watercolor techniques
and materials including washes, wet-into-wet, glazing, shading,
color mixing and layering. Course will emphasize development
of skills, diverse approaches and an individual style. Through
the study of both contemporary and traditional watercolors,
students will become familiar with the amazing potential of
this medium. Class will paint a variety of subjects including still
lifes and nature. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
AT:124
BOOKMAKING
Students will learn about the history and aesthetics of books,
and will explore (through hands-on studio production)
bookmaking and binding techniques. Form, concept, craft,
problem-solving ability, creative experimentation, and
historical knowledge will all be stressed. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
AT:131
AIRBRUSH I
A comprehensive study of the airbrush and its specialized
uses. Illustrations, technical rendering, and advertising design
projects will be demonstrated through airbrush technique.
Additional studio hours may be required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
AT:135
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN
FOR THE WWW I
Students will learn to use the elements of graphic design to
produce Web pages that effectively deliver art and
information for business/organizational communications.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: ART:133 and
ART:131 or ART:227 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:143
COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN FOR THE
WWW II
Expand Web site interactivity. This course explores methods
of refining basic web site creation and incorporating
sophisticated techniques such as cascading style sheets,
animation and sound plug-ins, and addressing browser
differences. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
MCM:135 or AT:135 or IS:135 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:144
WWW SPECIAL TOPICS
This course specializes in advanced enhancements to World
Wide Web design. Students will learn to encode properties
that make the web site more dynamic and interactive.
Students will use the latest software to enhance web pages
with interactive and animation techniques. Additional lab
hours required. Prerequisites: MCM:135 or AT:135 or IS:135
and Reading Proficiency.
AT:146
3D MODELING I: SURFACE MODELING
This course focuses on the development of three-dimensional
models for use in multimedia, industrial design, and character
development. Creation of 3D objects and spatial
environments will be studied, in addition to photorealistic
rendering, texture mapping and lighting techniques. Additional
lab hours required. Prerequisites: MCM:127 or AT: 154 and
Reading Proficiency. Either course may be taken concurrently.
AT:151
DESIGNER RESOURCES
This course is to familiarize the student or professional with
industry and trade resources available for the design of
interior spaces. It will include lectures by suppliers relating to
flooring, lighting, wallcoverings, furniture, window and ceiling
treatment, fabric, architectural fixturing and accessories.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
AT:152
LIGHTING DESIGN
This is a lecture/studio course where students will learn
methods of successful lighting design and applications of
lighting details to working drawings for residential and
commercial environments. Students will learn specifications
and how to write a lighting schedule. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
AT:175
VIDEO ART I
An investigation into video art as a personal expressive media
for the individual artist, including work with specific software
programs, sound equipment, film, and other tools used in the
contemporary art world. Students will have the opportunity
to investigate these technologies as they combine the various
media to make artistic statements based on personal
concerns and aesthetic decisions. Prerequisites: ART:165 and
Reading Proficiency.
AT:176
PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
Photography workshops will cover a variety of subjects in
photography. Multiple sections on different topics may be
offered during the same semester. Topics can include:
bookmaking, hand coloring, emulsion lifts, medium format
photography, night photography, etc. Additional hours
required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
AT:201
MIXED MEDIA
An introduction to mixed media (assemblage) art; the
complementary component for design, drawing and figure
drawing. An incorporation of all aspects of picture-making
with an emphasis on experimentation, process and concepts
with paint integration in the visual arts. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:107, ART:109 and Reading
Proficiency.
AT:204
COMIC BOOK ILLUSTRATION I
Students interested in Comic Book Illustration learn the basics
and techniques associated with this popular genre. Various
materials and techniques will be explored to produce
formatted comic strips. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:138 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:205
DIMENSIONAL ILLUSTRATION I
Students interested in Illustration will go beyond usual twodimensional art methods to create dimensional art. Various
material and techniques will be explored to introduce unique
three-dimensional sculpture-based art methods to students.
Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:138 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:206
3D MINIATURE STUDIO SET DESIGN
Students interested in creating 3D Miniature Studio Sets will
learn the basics of designing and constructing miniature sets
for various entertainment venues and other related uses. The
student will utilize skills learned in Drawing for Graphics and
Illustration classes to execute imaginative sets. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:138 and Reading
Proficiency.
AT:208
FANTASY ILLUSTRATION I
Students interested in Illustration will learn the basics and
techniques of this popular genre used on book and gaming
covers. The student will utilize skills learned in drawing for
graphics and illustration to execute imaginative and creative
illustrations. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:138 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:210
DRAWING PROBLEMS
This course focuses on drawing problems of an advanced
nature. It will stress the continued development of individual
ideas formulated in ART:210. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:210 and Reading Proficiency.
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AT:213
ADVANCED CERAMICS
A self-directed learning experience for students. Course work
may include throwing, glaze formulation, hand-building and kiln
firing. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:213
and Reading Proficiency.
AT:215
ADVANCED PRINTMAKING
A continuation of ART:115 and ART:215. Students will pursue
a more individual course of instruction and portfolio
development in the printmaking media. The student will
choose from media taught in ART:115 and ART:215 to
develop a portfolio of professional prints. Additional studio
hours required. Prerequisites: ART:215 or permission of
coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
AT:221
WATERCOLOR II
An expansion and application of the basic watercolor
techniques from the foundation course AT: 121 through a
series of paintings. Course will emphasize color theory,
composition and development of an individual style along with
study of master watercolorists both past and present.
Students will paint a variety of subjects including still lifes,
landscape and the human figure. Development of individual
response and fluency of technique will be emphasized.
Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites: AT: 121 or
permission of coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
AT:225
WATERCOLOR III
An expansion of AT: 221. The self-motivated student will work
on advanced watercolor techniques in specific assignments
and in self-directed paintings. Course will emphasize advanced
color theory and development of content, subject matter,
personal style and the ability to self-critique, with significant
input from the instructor. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: AT: 221 or permission of coordinator and
Reading Proficiency.
AT:226
WATERCOLOR IV
An expansion of AT:225. The advanced and self-motivated
student will work on specific assignments and on self-directed
paintings with significant input from the instructor. Emphasis
will be on using the watercolor medium to create
sophisticated compositions, a thematic body of work and a
personal style. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
AT: 225 or permission of coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
AT:227
3-D STUDIO
This course provides students with the opportunity to pursue
extended study in 3-dimensional studio disciplines. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: AT:213 or ART:216 and
Reading Proficiency.
AT:228
FIGURE PAINTING
Drawing and painting from observation of the model in a
variety of media. Emphasis will be placed on understanding
the inherent structural and formal problems involved with
depicting the human figure in its environment. Additional
studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:112 with a grade of
"C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
AT:229
ADVANCED PAINTING PROJECTS
This course will develop the painting and perceptual skills of
students. The course is taught with an emphasis on individual
study. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites: ART:214
and Reading Proficiency.
AT:231
AIRBRUSH II
A continuation of AT:131. Additional studio hours required.
Prerequisites: AT:131 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:233
STORYBOARDING/ANIMATICS
This course is an introduction to pre-production planning for
special effects and animation as applied to multimedia,
interactive media, video and film. The focus of the class will be
communicating the drama of movement and special effects
through effective design and pacing. Course topics include
storytelling, storyboarding formats and flowcharts, along with
sound track and script interpretation. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:131 and ART:238 with grades of
"C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
AT:246
ADVANCED COMPUTER ART APPLICATIONS
This course is for individuals who wish to further explore the
use of computer graphics as they can be applied to the
advertising and business communication industries.
Considerable latitude will be given as to areas of
concentration, but all studies will stress the creative
possibilities of the medium. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: ART:131 with a grade of "C" or better and
Reading Proficiency.
COMPUTER AIDED KITCHEN AND
BATH DESIGN
Utilizing 3-D design software, the students will learn to layout,
design and specify residential kitchens and baths. They will
create 2-D and 3-D visual presentations and renderings of
kitchens and bath interiors. Some computer knowledge or
industry based knowledge of kitchen and bath design is
recommended. Prerequisites: ART:151 and Reading
Proficiency.
AT:282
WORKPLACE LEARNING: GRAPHIC
COMMUNICATIONS
This experiential course provides the student the opportunity
to apply theory and skills learned in the classroom, learn new
skills, and explore career possibilities while supervised by a
professional in the field and a faculty member. Students will
observe and participate in the functions of the business to
enhance their preparation for entering the field. Minimum of
50 hours per credit in the workplace throughout the term.
Prerequisites: ART:134, ART:138 or department approval and
Reading Proficiency.
AT:283
ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO
Preparing effective presentations of creative work within
current digital formats is the focus of this course. Students will
learn to edit, record and prepare material for the
development of an effective portfolio, aiding the completion
of their studies in various career programs. Additional lab
hours required. Prerequisites: ART:131 and Reading
Proficiency.
AT:251
AT:254
WORKPLACE LEARNING: INTERIOR DESIGN
This experiential course provides the student the opportunity
to apply theory and skills learned in the classroom, learn new
skills, and explore career possibilities while supervised by a
professional in the field and a faculty member. Students will
observe and participate in the functions of the interior design
industry to enhance their preparation for entering the field.
Minimum 150 hours in the workplace throughout the term.
Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion of the first year of
program, department approval and Reading Proficiency.
AT:267
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY II
Advanced instruction in the theory of color, materials of color
photography, and techniques of color printing. Students will
work with transparencies and color reversal materials and
explore large format color processes. A portfolio of color
prints will be created by the student. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:167 and Reading Proficiency.
AT:275
VIDEO ART II
A continued investigation into video art as a personal
expressive media for the individual artist, including work with
computers, sound equipment, photography, and other tools
used in the contemporary art world. Students will have the
opportunity to investigate these technologies as they combine
the various media to make artistic statements based on
personal concerns and aesthetic decisions. This course is
specifically for the fine artist who wishes to use "low end"
and/or "consumer" equipment as a creative media. Emphasis is
on relatively complex projects and collaborative ventures, and
further developing an individual style of personal expression
with these strategies and technologies. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: AT:175 or permission of instructor
and Reading Proficiency.
AT:276
PHOTO IMAGING II: PHOTOSHOP
This course explores intermediate methods of working with
continuous tone images in an efficient manner. Topics include
refinements in tonal and color adjustment tools, masking tools,
typography tools, color modes, sharpening procedures, and
compositing techniques. A portfolio of color images will be
produced by the end of the course emphasizing the individual
expressiveness of the student. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:275, ART:108 (may be taken
concurrently) and Reading Proficiency.
AT:280
ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY
This class is an advanced studio course that will emphasize
both the conceptual and technical challenges of creating a
cohesive, related body of work for either a portfolio or
exhibition. Additional studio hours required. Prerequisites:
ART:165, ART:166 and Reading Proficiency.
Automotive Technology
AUT:151
AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE OPERATION
This course will be concerned with theory, design and repair
procedures of the automotive engine including valves and
lower engine service. Additional lab hours required.
AUT:156
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY
This course is a study of the fundamentals of automotive
electricity, magnetism, induction, and the use of wiring
diagrams. This course also includes operating principles,
diagnosis and repair of starting systems, charging systems,
ignition systems, batteries, lighting and accessory circuits.
Additional lab hours required.
AUT:165
WORKPLACE LEARNING III:
FORD ASSET PROGRAM
This experiential course provides the student an additional
opportunity to apply theory and skills learned in the
classroom, learn new skills, and explore career possibilities
while supervised by a professional in the field. Minimum of
350 hours in the workplace throughout the term.
Prerequisites: AUT:164, AUT:150 and AUT:151.
AUT:168
SUSPENSION AND STEERING I
This course will be concerned with the design principles,
diagnosis and repair of the front and rear suspension systems
including front-end alignment, 4-wheel alignment, manual and
power steering assemblies and related components to include
gears and linkages, as well as tire and wheel balance. Additional
lab hours required.
AUT:258
MANUAL DRIVETRAINS
Theory of operation and service procedures of drive lines,
constant velocity joints, manual transmissions and transaxles,
differentials and clutches. Prerequisites: AUT:167, AUT:169;
concurrent with AUT:259.
AUT:259
EMISSIONS AND DRIVEABILITY DIAGNOSIS
This course emphasizes proper diagnostic procedures and use
of proper test equipment such as oscilloscopes, exhaust
analyzers, meters, and Powertrain Control test equipment.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: AUT:150 and
AUT:167; concurrent with AUT:258.
AUT:271
DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT AND EMISSIONS
Students will learn proper diagnosis and troubleshooting
procedures and related test equipment including
oscilloscopes, infra-red exhaust analyzers, meters, gauges and
diagnostic lane exposure. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: AUT:150, AUT:167 and AUT:169.
AUT:273
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
AND TRANSAXLES
This course emphasizes the operations, theory, design and
repair procedures of automatic transmissions and transaxles.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: AUT:150,
AUT:167 and AUT:169.
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Course Descriptions
AT:212
SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHOTOGRAPHY
This course allows for advanced and specialized study within
the medium of photography, concentrating on a specific set of
materials or aesthetic issues, during the course of the term. A
variety of topics, outside of the normal curriculum studies, can
be offered on a rotating basis. Additional studio hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:165, ART:166 and Reading
Proficiency.
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AUT:281
AUTOMOTIVE FIELD WORK I
This is an advanced course with practical application on
customer's vehicles, involving student work on the diagnosis,
testing, and repair of vehicles. Students have the responsibility
of all shop functions. Emphasis of lab work will include five of
the ASE service specialty areas. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: AUT:150, AUT:156, and AUT:169; concurrent
with AUT:273, AUT:271 and AUT:291.
AUT:291
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE MANAGEMENT
This is a Service Advisor training course complete with
necessary management practices enabling a student to
understand the set-up of the automotive service department.
The studies include customer relations, repair order writing,
and economics of shop operations. Additional hours required.
Baking and Pastry
BAP:101
INTRODUCTION TO BAKING THEORY
AND NUTRITION
This course introduces the principles of food science and
nutrition as they apply to baking and pastry arts. Scientific
method is used to explore pastry ingredients and their
function in product preparation and storage. Emphasis will be
placed on formulation, ingredients, and sensory evaluations.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: CUL:101, Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030.
BAP:105
BREADS, ROLLS, AND BAKERIES
This course introduces the techniques in preparation of
assorted breads: quick breads, doughnuts, yeast-raised,
laminated, and enriched doughs for the bakeshop as well as
cookies, pies, and basic bakery staples. The use of baking
equipment, scaling and shaping techniques, inventory control,
baker's mathematics, and sanitation are covered. Additional
hours required. Prerequisites: Grade of "C" or better in
BAP:101 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:110
PRODUCTION PASTRY TECHNIQUES
This course is designed to give the student fundamental
working knowledge of traditional and contemporary methods
of producing puff pastry, pate a choux, creams, custards, tarts,
and mousses. Fundamentals of production and finishing
techniques are introduced. Additional hours required.
Prerequisites: Grade of "C" or better in BAP:105 and Reading
Proficiency.
BAP:115
CAKE PRODUCTION AND DECORATION
This course is designed to expose students to the proper
procedure for producing traditional and contemporary cakes.
Emphasis will be placed on mixing methods of batters, fillings,
and icings. Decoration of cakes including piping techniques,
writing with chocolate, and proper use of a pastry bag will be
taught. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grade of "C"
or better in BAP:110 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:150
BAKESHOP BASICS FOR CULINARIANS
This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of baking
and pastry utilized in the culinary industry. Theories of baking
science, mathematics, and production techniques will be
learned. Principles and procedures for producing basic breads,
custards, mousses, pastries, and bakeries are covered.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grades of "C" or
better in CUL:101 and CUL:105 and Reading Proficiency.
Course Descriptions
BAP:201
ARTISAN AND DECORATIVE BREAD
This course will cover various styles of producing artisan and
decorative bread. Techniques of production utilizing varied
fermentation processes will be utilized. Elements of
showpieces and decorative breads will be produced in class
yielding attractive displays. Fundamentals of Baking
Mathematics will play a key role in everyday production
activities. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grade of
"C" or better in BAP:105 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:205
ICE CREAM AND FROZEN DESSERTS
This course introduces students to the diversity of production
techniques of frozen desserts and novelties. Fundamentals
including balancing formulations, controlling texture, and
development of flavor profiles will be taught. Production of
classical and modern frozen desserts will be paramount.
Consumer marketing and evaluation will occur. Additional
hours required. Prerequisites: Grade of "C" or better in
BAP:115 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:210
CHOCOLATES AND PRALINES
During this course, students will learn and utilize proper
tempering techniques of chocolate. Hand-dipped and molded
candies and pralines will be produced utilizing various
methods. Variations of chocolates, fillings, manufacturing
techniques, and decorations will be utilized in daily activities.
Cocoa-based coloring and texturing mediums will be
introduced and used. Additional hours required. Prerequisites:
Grade of "C" or better in BAP:115 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:215
CONTEMPORARY PLATED DESSERTS
This course focuses on the preparation and presentation of
advanced American-regional and International plated desserts.
Contemporary versions of traditional desserts will be created
utilizing several styles of plate presentation. Advanced flavor
development and menu planning will be introduced.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grades of "C" or
better in BAP:205 and BAP:210 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:220
SHOWPIECES AND CONFECTIONARY ART
This course allows students to design, plan, and prepare
showpieces used for display and centerpiece purposes.
Artistic design, drawing, and creation of two- and threedimensional centerpieces will be the emphasis of the course.
Utilization of chocolate, sugar and pastillage to create a variety
of ornamental showpieces will be taught. Additional hours
required. Prerequisites: ART:107, grade of "C" or better in
BAP:210 and Reading Proficiency.
BAP:250
DESSERT BUFFET PRESENTATION
This course requires students to use both technical
knowledge and managerial ability to organize and complete a
commercial simulation of a dessert buffet operation. Theory
and application of menu development, physical set-up, dessert
production, presentation, and service will be utilized.
Additional hours required.Prerequisites: This course will be
taken in the semester the student is graduating. All previous
laboratory classes and Hospitality-related lecture courses
should be completed first. Program coordinator or
department chair approval and Reading Proficiency.
Biology
BIO:003
BRIDGES TO BIOLOGY
Bridges to Biology is a non-transferable, preliminary course
which prepares students for Introductory Biology. This course
gives students experience in applying information
management and study skills necessary for success in
laboratory and coursework in the natural sciences. Additional
hours required.
BIO:104
BASIC LABORATORY METHODS
This course introduces basic laboratory skills in preparation
for Biotechnology I. Topics and techniques include safety, sterile
technique, laboratory math, quality systems, documentation,
collection of data, metrology, filtration, centrifugation,
bioseparations, computer data handling, telecommunications
and the internet, solution and media prep, and other
appropriate laboratory methods. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: Prior or concurrent enrollment in
CHM:101 or high school chemistry within the past 3 years
with a grade of "A" or "B" and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:105
TOPICS IN EVOLUTION
This is an introductory course emphasizing both evolutionary
mechanisms and evolutionary history. Areas of interest will
include evolution as a process, the development of biological
diversity, reconstructing past evolutionary events, and the
evolution of major groups, including humans. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
BIO:106
HUMAN HEREDITY
This course will introduce students to basic concepts in
human heredity. Areas of emphasis will include DNA structure
and function, modes of inheritance, population genetics, and
the genetics of immunity and cancer. In addition, current
genetic technologies such as genetic engineering, gene
therapy, and reproductive technologies will also be covered.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency
BIO:110
GENERAL ZOOLOGY
This course provides a survey of the animal kingdom with
emphasis on comparative anatomy, physiology, ecology and
evolution of the major invertebrate and vertebrate groups.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
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BIO:111
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I
A consideration of the principles of biology, with emphasis on
the molecular approach to the structure and function of living
organisms. For liberal arts students and majors in physical
education, therapy, nursing, and other allied health areas.
(Credit is not allowed for both BIO:111 and BIO:140).
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
BIO:113
MODERN ASPECTS OF BIOLOGY (LECTURE)
A consideration of the principles of biology as they relate to
socially relevant issues in nutrition, reproduction, sexuality,
heredity, and disease. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BIO:117
CONSERVATION AND ECOLOGY (LECTURE)
This course is designed to focus attention on the forces at
work in nature. The interrelationships of living things to their
environment and to each other are discussed and in particular
man's impact on these relationships. Man's use and abuse of
renewable and non-renewable natural resources is also
considered. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BIO:122
HUMAN SEXUALITY
Human sexuality includes not only the biological component
of male and female sexuality but also attitudes, values and
feelings about one's own gender and sex role. Consequently,
in dealing with sex as a natural biological function, the
expression of which is a dimension of psychosocial behavior,
the sexual development and/or differentiation of men and
women from conception to maturity will be stressed. Same
course as PSY:125. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BIO:123
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
Animal behavior is an introductory course in invertebrate and
vertebrate animal behavior. Emphasis will be placed on
biological clocks, migrational patterns, reproductive strategies,
hormones that drive behavior, social behavior, and the role of
genetics and evolution in determining behavior. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
BIO:124
GENERAL BOTANY I
Students will be introduced to the biological aspects of plant
life, including cell structure and function, anatomy, morphology,
physiology, taxonomy. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BIO:140
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
Quantitatively oriented for pre-medicine, pre-dentistry,
pharmacy, biology and other science majors. A consideration
of the principles of biology, with emphasis on the molecular
approach to the structure and function of living organisms.
(Credit is not allowed for both BIO:111 and BIO:140).
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: CHM:105 and
Reading Proficiency.
BIO:141
PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
A continuation of BIO:140 with emphasis on selected topics
in biology covering population genetics, evolution, survey of
living plants and animals, ecology and conservation of natural
resources. (Credit is not allowed for both BIO:112 and
BIO:141). Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
BIO:140 and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:144
MARINE BIOLOGY
This course introduces students to marine organisms and
ecosystems. The interplay of organisms and their environment
and other aspects of marine ecology are stressed. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
BIO:146
DESERT ECOLOGY
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the
special geologic and climatic conditions necessary for the
creation of a desert. It will familiarize students with the unique
adaptations of plants and animals to the desert environments
in various parts of the world. Emphasis will be placed on
characterizing and comparing the four North American
Desert ecosystems. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BIO:148
OZARK ECOLOGY
This course introduces students to one of the most biological
diverse ecosystems in the Midwest. It will focus on the
interaction of plants and animals with unique Ozark natural
communities such as oak-hickory forests, glades, bluffs, caves,
springs, and streams. Management and land use practices
affecting this ecosystem will be reviewed. An optional 1-2
week field experience course (BIO:149) is available to
students who successfully complete this lecture course.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Fall 2010
BIO:152
QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN
BIOTECHNOLOGY
This course is designed to instruct students in the common
calculations encountered in a cellular-molecular research
setting. Prerequisites: MTH:140 and CHM:101 or CHM:105
and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:154
HUMAN REPRODUCTION, EMBRYOLOGY,
AND DEVELOPMENT
This course places emphasis on the biological aspects of
reproduction. The structure, function, hormonal control
systems, embryology, developmental biology, diseases,
disorders and treatments for the male and female
reproductive systems are discussed. Special topics in cell
biology and genetics will be addressed. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
BIO:203
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY I
Introduction to microbes with emphasis on morphology,
culture techniques and biochemical activities of bacteria,
viruses and fungi. A consideration of human disease
producing organisms with regard to their infection and
resistance. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
BIO:111 with grade of "C" or better; or one year of high
school biology and chemistry (with labs) within previous five
years of registration date; or permission of the department
chairperson of Biology and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:207
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
A study of the organization of cells into tissues, organs, and
organ systems, with special in-depth study of the
integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine
system, and the sensory receptors. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: BIO:111 with grade of "C" or better;
or one year of high school biology and chemistry (with labs)
within previous five years of registration date; or permission of
the department chairperson of Biology and Reading
Proficiency.
BIO:208
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
A continuation of BIO:207 with consideration given to the
integrative functions of the cardiovascular, digestive,
respiratory, urogenital and reproductive and endocrine
systems. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: BIO:207
and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:209
KINESIOLOGY
Kinesiology is the study of human movement. It involves
applying the anatomy of the musculo-skeletal system to
functional movement as a basis to understanding of exercise.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: BIO:207 and
Reading Proficiency.
BIO:215
HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS
This course is a study of the organization and integration of
the body's systems. The course progresses from the
organization of cells into tissues, organs, and organ systems, to
an in-depth study of the physiology, diseases, and other
abnormal conditions of the body. Additional hours required.
Prerequisites: BIO:111 with a C or better or approval of
department chair and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:218
MICROBIOLOGY FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY
A course for biotechnology majors providing a detailed
exposure to structure, metabolism, genetics and growth
characteristics of microbes and viruses as well as the role they
play in disease, ecological and industrial applications. The
structure and function of the immune system will also be
covered. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: BIO:140,
CHM:105 and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:219
BIOTECHNOLOGY I
This course introduces basic biotechnology skills in
preparation for Biotechnology II. Topics and techniques may
include safety, cGMP, agarose gel electrophoresis, plasmid
construction, ELISA, PAGE, PCAR, mammalian cell culture,
rapid plant genotyping and other molecular research
techniques. Additional laboratory hours required.
Prerequisites: BIO:104 with a "C" or better, BIO:140, GE:101
and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:220
BIOTECHNOLOGY II
A project-oriented course applying the fundamental DNA
and protein manipulation techniques used in biotechnology/
bioengineering research laboratories in academia and industry.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: BIO:219 or
consent of the instructor and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:221
WORKPLACE LEARNING: BIOTECHNOLOGY
This workplace-based course provides the student the
opportunity to apply theory and skills learned in the
classroom, learn new skills, and explore career possibilities
while supervised by a professional in the field and a faculty
member. Students will observe and participate in the functions
of the industry to enhance their preparation for entering the
field. Minimum of 50 hours per credit hour in the workplace
throughout the term. Additional hours required. Prerequisites:
Prior or concurrent enrollment in BIO:220 and Reading
Proficiency.
BIO:223
RESEARCH TECHNIQUES IN BIOLOGY
Students will participate in research projects that can include
introduction to HPLC, cell culture, histology techniques, or
research in molecular ecology or molecular genetics. Exposure
to data processing, data analysis, poster or manuscript
preparation and presentation may also be included. Contact
the instructor for current research project information.
Prerequisites: MTH:140, CHM:101 and BIO:111 or BIO:140
and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:558
GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY
A laboratory course to complement a general microbiology
lecture course in an Allied Health curriculum. A study of the
morphology, growth characteristics, nutrition, and biochemical
activities of microorganisms with an emphasis towards the
culturing and identification of microorganisms and their
processes that contribute to the cause of disease.
Prerequisites: BIO:111 or equivalent, completion or
concurrent enrollment in a sophomore level Microbiology
Lecture and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:561
SPECIALIZED TOPICS PLANT TRANSFORMATION
This course will present the theory and allow students to
practice the techniques of typical plant transformation, tissue
culture and determination of gene expression.
Prerequisites: BIO:219 and Reading Proficiency.
BIO:562
SPECIALIZED TOPICS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY BIOPROCESSING
This course will present the fundamentals of typical
bioprocessing unit operations used to produce today's
pharmaceutical products. Students will have an opportunity to
put the information learned into practice in bench-top
laboratory experiments.Prerequisites: BIO:219 or CHM:232
or PHY:122. Reading Proficiency.
Biomedical Engineering Technology
BE:150
BIOMEDICAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY
A study of physical and physiological factors involved in
medical safety, how standards have been derived, the methods
and practices of preventive maintenance and safety, and the
role of the BMET in a hospital situation. Prerequisites: Previous
or concurrent enrollment in EE:131 and BIO:102, and Reading
Proficiency.
BE:153
WORKPLACE LEARNING: BIOMEDICAL
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
This workplace-based course provides the student the
opportunity to apply theory and skills learned in the
classroom, learn new skills, and explore career possibilities
while supervised by a professional in the field and a faculty
member. Students will observe and participate in the functions
of the industry to enhance their preparation for entering the
field. Minimum 50 hours per credit hour in the workplace
throughout the term. Prerequisites: BE:150, BIO:102, and
EE:132 and Reading Proficiency.
BE:251
BIOMEDICAL ELECTRONICS
A continuation of EE:132 with emphasis on biomedical
electronics circuits and systems such as OPAMP, Logic circuits,
specific basic medical electronics systems. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: EE:132 and Reading Proficiency.
Building Inspection Technology
BIC:202
ADMINISTRATION OF BUILDING
REGULATIONS
This course offers an introduction to the effective
administration of building and zoning regulations. Particular
attention will be given to the major methods and procedures
for the enforcement of building codes and ordinances.
Procedures for the building department operations will also
be discussed. Prerequisites: BIC:101, BIC:103 and Reading
Proficiency.
Business Administration
BUS:101
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
A comprehensive survey course which deals with the
theoretical and practical aspects of starting and operating a
small business. Each major function of business (accounting,
production, marketing) is discussed with particular reference
to small business. Students taking this course are normally not
encouraged to enroll subsequently in BUS:104 due to
similarity of course content. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BUS:103
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
This course includes a review of basic arithmetic: fractions,
decimals, ratios, non-decimal numbering systems, and graphical
representation of numbers. It also covers fundamental
problems involving interest, mark-ups, commissions, payroll,
taxes, depreciation, consumer credit, insurance and security
transactions. Students will analyze simple financial statements,
discounts, volume/profit relationships, and banking records.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
BUS:104
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
A survey course, designed to give the student a general
knowledge of the modern business world and the
environment within which it exists and an awareness of the
principles of the major functions in managing a business, such
as finance, personnel, production, and marketing. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
BUS:116
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
This comprehensive course deals with the theoretical and
practical aspects of the student entering business for
him/herself. Covers opportunities, evaluations, operations, and
expansion of entrepreneurial situations. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
BUS:201
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
This course introduces the student to the basic principles and
methods of statistical measurement and statistical inference.
Descriptive statistical concepts include data organization and
presentation, measures of location and dispersion, probability
theory and distributions. Applications of statistical inference
include random sampling techniques and sampling
distributions, interval estimation, hypothesis testing for large
and small samples, ANOVA, correlation, regression analysis,
and nonparametric testing. Prerequisites: MTH:160 or
MTH:160A or MTH:160B or MTH:160C and Reading
Proficiency.
BUS:250
WORKPLACE LEARNING:
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
This experiential course provides the student the opportunity
to apply theory and skills learned in the classroom, learn new
skills, and explore career possibilities while supervised by a
professional in the field and a faculty member. Students will
observe and participate in the functions of the business to
enhance their preparation for entering the field. Minimum 50
hours per credit hour in the workplace throughout the term.
Prerequisites: Department approval and Reading Proficiency.
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Course Descriptions
BIO:151
BIOLOGY OF HUMAN HEALTH AND DISEASE
This course examines human health and disease from a
biological perspective. We will explore the evolution of
microbes and human disease. This course will also look at the
influences that regular exercise, diet, and genetic factors have
on everyday good health. The mechanisms, manifestations, and
prevention of common diseases, such as heart disease and
cancer, will also be stressed. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
St. Louis Community College
Business Law
BLW:101
BUSINESS LAW I
A survey course which considers an introduction to the
judicial system, as well as principles of law in the following
areas: legal ethics, constitutional law contracts, torts, products,
liability, intellectual property and business crime. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
BLW:201
LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
This course covers an introduction to law and the judicial
system, business organizations, contracts, torts, property,
agency or administrative law, antitrust, labor-management,
international and other topics such as law related to energy,
health, safety and the environment. Prerequisites: ECO:152,
ACC:110 and Reading Proficiency.
Chemistry
CHM:002
PREPARATION FOR CHEMISTRY
This course presents some basic science and mathematical
concepts and skills which students need to prepare them to
take a college chemistry course. Prerequisite: Previous or
concurrent enrollment in MTH:030, or one year of high school
algebra.
CHM:101
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
Provides fundamental concepts and symbolism of chemistry
with applications to everyday life for students not planning to
major in science. Laboratory work presents opportunity to
use laboratory equipment and further illustrations of lecture
material. Prerequisites: MTH:030 with grades of "C" or better
or placement into MTH:140 and Reading Proficiency.
CHM:105
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
Designed for science and science-related majors. Topics
include formulas and equations, stoichiometry, atomic and
molecular structure, properties of gases, liquids, and solids,
thermochemistry, and solutions. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: MTH:140 (or at least one and a half years of
high school algebra) and either CHM:101 or one year of high
school chemistry or physics and Reading Proficiency.
CHM:106
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
Topics include kinetics, thermodynamics, electrochemistry,
equilibrium, some descriptive chemistry, and laboratory work
in qualitative and quantitative analysis. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: CHM:105 and (MTH:160 or
MTH:160A or MTH:160B or MTH:160C) with grades of "C"
or better and Reading Proficiency.
CHM:109
CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CAREERS
I
Basic principles, terminology, theories, calculations and
laboratory operations in chemistry for environmental careers.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
CHM:121
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY I
The specific purpose of this course is to provide part of two years
of training for a career as a chemical technician. An inorganic
chemistry review will be provided with the following topics
covered: statistical analysis, physical properties, and gravimetric
analysis.
Additional
hours
required.
Corequisite:
GE:101.Prerequisites: CHM:101, MTH:140 and Reading
Proficiency.
Course Descriptions
CHM:206
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURE I
An introductory course in the theory of Organic Chemistry,
stressing reaction types and mechanisms. Prerequisites:
CHM:106 with a grade of "C" or better and Reading
Proficiency.
CHM:207
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LECTURE II
A continuation of CHM:206 including relevant new topics
such as polymers and biochemicals. Prerequisites: CHM:206
with a grade of "C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
CHM:210
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I
An introduction to the laboratory work in Organic Chemistry.
Emphasis is on techniques generally employed, including some
instrumentation. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
CHM:106 with a grade of "C" or better and Reading
Proficiency.
CHM:213
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR
Present basic electricity and electronic theory, techniques, and
hardware to chemical technology students who have no
previous formal training in this area. Manual skills (soldering,
wire splicing, minor electrical repairs, troubleshooting) will be
emphasized. This course presents a practical exposure to
simple electronic schematic interpretations, location of test
points and component identification. Some elementary
breadboarding using commercially available training kits will be
presented. The use of various volt/ohm meters and test
equipment will be introduced. Real and simulated
electrical/electronic troubleshooting situations will be
presented using actual analytical chemistry instrumentation.
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in CHM:221 or
permission from instructor and Reading Proficiency.
CHM:222
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY IV
The specific purpose of this course is to provide part of two
years of training for a career as a chemical technologist.
Organic chemistry theory is continued with nuclear magnetic
resonance spectrophotometric analysis complementing the
laboratory work. Gas chromatographic techniques are
covered for both qualitative and quantitative analysis.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: CHM:221 and
Reading Proficiency.
Chinese
CHI:101
ELEMENTARY CHINESE I
A practical, beginning course in speaking and understanding
modern spoken Chinese. It is designed for persons who want
to learn some Chinese, who want to travel to China, or who
have previous limited experience in Chinese. Attention is
given to proper pronunciation, to practicing the words and
basic structures used most frequently in daily conversation
and to learning the social conventions and Chinese culture
necessary for interpersonal communication with native
speakers of modern Chinese. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Civil Engineering Technology
CE:115
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND METHODS
This course covers many of the principles, materials, and
methods used in light construction. Topics include building
codes, construction standards and specifications, wood and
wood products, concrete, masonry, glass, plastics, aluminum
products, bituminous products, gypsum products, construction
systems, foundation systems, slabs-on-ground, floor/ceiling,
stucco, and terrazzo. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CE:116
CONSTRUCTION BLUEPRINT READING
The interpretation of construction working drawings and
specifications for residential and commercial building projects.
Architectural, structural, and utility drawings will be covered.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CE:117
STATICS AND STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
This course deals with the fundamental principles of structural
design. Topics include the analysis of structures to determine
internal and external forces and the design of members and
connections based on allowable bending, tension,
compression and shearing stresses. The graphical analysis of
statics problems is included. Students considering careers as
architects or engineers should enroll in this course, rather
than in Structures for Technicians. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: MTH:124 or equivalent and Reading
Proficiency.
CE:230
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND TESTING
The properties and standard tests used in construction on
soils, aggregates, bituminous products, and concrete.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: Concurrent with
ME: 243 and Reading Proficiency.
CE:235
CONSTRUCTION OFFICE PRACTICE
The interactive role of organizations in the construction
process; the structure of alternative construction delivery
systems, such as general contractor, construction manager, and
design-build contractor; specification and building codes; cost
control reporting systems for construction. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
CE:237
STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN
Investigation and design of structural steel beams, columns,
tension members, welded and bolted connections.
Prerequisites: ME: 243 and Reading Proficiency.
CE:240
PLANE SURVEYING
This introductory course in land surveying will explore the
theory, history and practice of plane surveying. It includes the
use and care of transits, levels, and tapes, as well as their more
modern counterparts. The emphasis of the course is placed
on laboratory problems including but not limited to: area
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measurements, elevation determinations, angle collection
methods, traverse calculations, and topographic map
compilation. Office and field methods are covered. Additional
hours required. Prerequisites: MTH:134 or MTH:144 or
MTH:170 or MTH:185 and Reading Proficiency.
CE:244
INTRODUCTION TO GIS
An integrated approach to Geographic Information Systems
(GIS) mapping with a basic non-technical introduction to
Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Information will be
provided on GIS mapping techniques, differential GPS
(DGPS), use of coordinate systems (both local & global),
standard map projections, GPS receiver technology, GIS
mapping software, as well as other state-of-the-art techniques
and capabilities. The lecture class will provide mostly
theoretical information in both of the technologies. The lab
will provide practical experience in collecting GPS data as well
as experience in integrating the data into a final GIS data base.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: CE: 240 or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
CE:247
LEGAL ASPECTS OF BOUNDARY SURVEYING
Topics covered will include legal principles of surveying,
Missouri survey law, legal principles of boundaries, property,
monumentation, legal descriptions, deed interpretations, and
legal aspects of surveying and professional liability.
Prerequisites: CE:240 or department approval and Reading
Proficiency.
Clinical Laboratory Technology
CLT:100
ORIENTATION TO THE MEDICAL LAB
Orientation to the profession of medical technology, its
functions, specialties and responsibilities. The philosophy and
ethics of the practice of medical technology are considered
and interpersonal relationship of technologist to medical staff,
laboratory staff, patient and other departments. Medical
terminology will be stressed as well. Prerequisites: Admission
to program and Reading Proficiency.
CLT:101
MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
Theory and principles of micro-organisms and human disease.
Growth requirement of micro-organisms with consideration
of media, biochemical reactions, susceptibility testing will be
studied. Application of theory will be practiced in laboratory
sessions. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
Admission to program and Reading Proficiency.
CLT:102
ROUTINE ANALYSIS
Theory and principles including basic physiology of the kidney
and study of the body fluids such as urine, gastric contents,
bile, pleural fluid. The techniques and theoretical bases of urine
testing and normal and abnormal finding. Practical application
will be taught. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CLT:106
PHLEBOTOMY ESSENTIALS
(BLOOD DRAWING)
This course is designed to provide the students with
knowledge, skill, and techniques necessary to perform as a
phlebotomist in the clinical setting. The student will learn basic
anatomy pertinent to blood collection as well as
communication skills, specimen processing and related
interdisciplinary tasks. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: IS:101 or IS:102 recommended and Reading
Proficiency.
CLT:107
PHLEBOTOMY PRACTICUM
This course is designed to provide the student with a practical
experience of various blood drawing techniques in the clinical
setting. The students will spend an assigned number of weeks
practicing skills and techniques learned in CLT:106. Additional
hours required. Prerequisites: CLT:106 and Reading
Proficiency.
CLT:200
PATHOGENIC BACTERIOLOGY II
The role of micro-organisms in diseases of man with emphasis
on differential culture methods is presented, also
consideration of media, biochemical reactions, sensitivity and
growth requirements. Included is bacteria rickettsia, viruses,
mycology and parasitology. Theory principles and practical
application will include such methodology as lecture,
demonstration, laboratory practice, slides, films and
examinations. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
CLT:101 or CLT:104 or CLT:105 and Reading Proficiency.
Fall 2010
CLT:202
CLINICAL PRACTICE I
Practical experience is attained in one of the clinical affiliated
laboratories. The students rotate through each of the major
departments of the clinical (medical) laboratory and are
closely supervised by bench technologists and faculty. Rotation
and practical experience is gained in microbiology, clinical
chemistry, blood bank, hematology, urinalysis, serology and
immunology departments. Prerequisites: CLT:105 and Reading
Proficiency.
CLT:204
BLOOD BANK
Introduction to the basic immunologic and genetic principles
governing blood groups and transfusion reaction. Theory and
principles of routine laboratory testing procedures will be
presented. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
CLT:105 and Reading Proficiency.
College Orientation
COL:020
COLLEGE ORIENTATION AND STUDY SKILLS
This course is designed to facilitate a successful college
experience for the 1st year student taking developmental
courses. Students will be introduced to the processes and
purposes of higher education. Students will develop collegelevel study skills and will learn about college resources to
assist them in their personal and academic adjustment to
college life. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a
developmental course is required.
COL:100
FRESHMAN ACADEMIC ORIENTATION
Through interactive learning experiences, Freshman Academic
Orientation introduces students to college level thinking skills,
interpersonal skills, and effective study skills necessary for
academic success. Students have the opportunity to
participate in a faculty/student academic mentoring program.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COL:101
COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS
This course is designed to facilitate a successful academic
experience for first semester Gateway to College students.
Students will be assisted in the personal, academic and social
adjustments needed for college success. Learning styles, stress
management, identification of personal strengths and
weaknesses in learning, managing time, and the integration of
school, work, and family are emphasized. Credit will not be
given for this course if COL:020 and/or COL:100 and/or
COL:507 is also taken. Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in
the Gateway to College program is required. Prerequisites:
Approval from the Gateway to College staff and Reading
Proficiency.
COL:528
CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND EXPLORATION
This course is designed to help Gateway to College students
with the tools necessary to make informed career decisions.
Students will assess their skills, values, interests, personality,
obstacles, attitudes, and approaches to decision making. The
course provides instruction i how to research career
information, gai access to information materials, and methods
of exploring careers. Prerequisites: COL:507 and Reading
Proficiency.
Communications
COM:101
ORAL COMMUNICATION I
This is the basic, transfer course in speech communication. The
course offers opportunity to explore effective one-to-one,
small group communication, and large group oral
communication process. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or
concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or ENG:070.
COM:103
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION
A study of the principles and concepts of small group
communication. Students are encouraged to develop and
improve their skills for business management, education,
community activities and interpersonal communication.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COM:104
PERSUASION
This course examines the principles of persuasion as they
apply to relationships, jobs, and mass media. Students are given
the opportunity to analyze and create persuasive messages.
The course focuses on the skills necessary to become a more
effective sender and receiver of persuasive communication.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:123
JUVENILE JUSTICE
The organization, functions and jurisdiction of juvenile
agencies; the detention of juveniles and the processing of
neglected and abused children. The intent, application, and
procedures of the Missouri Juvenile Code; juvenile case
disposition, rights of juveniles, crime prevention methods and
reporting procedures. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COM:105
INTERVIEW PROCESS
This course will provide students with an understanding of the
interview process, the principles involved, types of interview
questions and their uses, and interview structures.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:124
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURES
An introduction to the study of criminal, common, and
statutory law within the context of enforcement. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
COM:107
PUBLIC SPEAKING
This course studies the role of public speaking in
communication through the theory and practice of
researching, organizing, and delivering of public presentations.
Audience analysis, critical listening, and the ethical dimensions
of communication are also emphasized. Skills are developed
through practicing speech fundamentals and analyzing
contemporary and classical presentations. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
COM:110
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
This course examines the communication systems and
behaviors within organizations. Students should develop
systematic improvement of communication skills, as employer
and/or employee. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COM:111
VOICE AND ARTICULATION
Principles and practice of improving voice, articulation,
pronunciation, foreign and regional dialects. Primary emphasis
on individual speech improvement. Frequent use of audiovideo tape for self evaluation. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COM:114
ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LITERATURE
This course focuses upon effective oral communication of
literature. Course goals include increasing appreciation and
understanding of literature through performance and the
development of an expressive and responsive communication
style. Video/audiotape used for self-analysis. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
COM:120
GENDER COMMUNICATION
This course is aimed at understanding and improving how
men and women communicate. Self-disclosure practices,
nonverbal symbols and language style will be explored. The
images of men and women in society and the media will be
discussed. Students will develop strategies to improve
communication behaviors. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
COM:200
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CULTURES
This course introduces the topic of Intercultural
Communication, including the communication process,
perception, verbal/nonverbal symbols, beliefs, values, world
view, norms, identity, and social institutions. Barriers such as
stereotyping, language, and culture shock are examined as well
as case studies, cultural research, relationships, and
communication skills. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:206
MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN CONFLICTS
Explores the areas of potential conflict that can occur
between members of the criminal justice community and
various ethnic, racial, and regional sub-cultures. The root
causes of the potential conflicts in both criminal justice
organizations and occupational subcultures will be
investigated. Issues of prejudice and discriminatory practices,
both real and perceived, will be discussed as factors
contributing to conflict. Proactive and reactive intervention
techniques will be addressed in order to learn how to keep
potential conflict from becoming actual conflicts. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:207
POLICE SUPERVISION
A comprehensive overview of police personnel, recruiting,
selection, training, promotion, personnel development,
discipline, control, communication, labor relation issues, and
current problems and theories facing the first level line police
manager. Emphasis is placed on both individual and
organizational development. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:208
CORRECTIONAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
The study of policies, procedures and supervision in the field
of Corrections. Prerequisites: CRJ:101, CRJ:102, or consent of
department and Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:209
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM
A field work experience in Criminal Justice organizations.
Students are expected to commit themselves to 120 hours of
work experience during the semester. Prerequisites:
Corrections Option--CRJ:122, CRJ:101 and CRJ:102. Law
Enforcement Option--CRJ:122, CRJ:124 and CRJ:111. Reading
Proficiency. Concurrent enrollment in CRJ:211.
CRJ:211
CRIMINAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM SEMINAR
Discussion and analysis in small groups of the Criminal Justice
Practicum experience. Prerequisite: Corrections Option-CRJ:122, CRJ:101 and CRJ:102. Law Enforcement Option-CRJ:122, CRJ:124 and CRJ:111. Reading Proficiency.Concurrent
enrollment in CRJ:209.
CRJ:212
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
The study of the criminal act and its investigation, including
specific crimes against persons and property. The process of
fact-gathering and problem of legally admissible proof will be
considered. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Culinary Arts
Criminal Justice
CRJ:101
AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM
A study of the correctional process from law enforcement
through the administration of justice, probation, parole,
prisons and correctional institutions. A study of the history
and philosophy of corrections. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
CRJ:111
RULES OF CRIMINAL EVIDENCE
The study of basic rules of evidence applicable to the
investigation of criminal activities and other related police
duties. Emphasis is placed on the question of admissibility of
evidence and the practical application of procedural and
substantive guarantees. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
CRJ:122
INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
The history and philosophy of the system of criminal justice in
America, identifying the various sub-systems; role
expectations, and their interrelationships; theories of crime,
punishment and rehabilitation. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
CUL:101
SAFETY AND SANITATION
This course will lecture on the cause of food borne illness,
actions to prevent illness, personal hygiene of employees, and
review laws for consumer protection. Methodology of
dishwashing systems, proper utilization of materials, accident
prevention, and development of a safety program will be
paramount. Additional hours required.
CUL:105
FOOD PREPARATION THEORY
The student will gain familiarization with tools, equipment,
kitchen organization, recipe conversions, and professionalism.
The student will receive theory in the preparations of stocks,
soups, sauces, classical vegetable cuts, and basic cooking
principles for meat, poultry, seafood, sandwiches, hors
d'oeuvre, garde' manger, beverages and an introduction to
baking principles. Corequisite: CUL:101 and HRM:134.
Prerequisites: Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in
RDG:030.
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CLT:201
CLINICAL CHEMISTRY I
Stresses theory and principles of quantitative and qualitative
analysis of body fluids such as blood, urine and spinal fluid as
well as feces, calculi and other material. Information about
physiology will be included to increase understanding of need
for testing. Instrumentation and quality control will be taught.
Prerequisites: CHM:101, CHM:212, CLT:105 and Reading
Proficiency.
St. Louis Community College
CUL:110
FOOD PREPARATION PRACTICAL I
The student will master competencies for tools and
equipment, kitchen organization, converting and following
recipes, applying safety and sanitation, vegetable cuts
(American Culinary Federation competition cuts), stocks,
soups, sauces, basic cooking methods, and introduction to
meat, and poultry preparation. Additional hours required.
Prerequisites: Grades of "C" or better in CUL:101 and
CUL:105 and Reading Proficiency.
CUL:115
FOOD PREPARATION PRACTICAL II
The student will master competencies for the basic cooking
principles for meat, poultry, seafood, sandwiches, hors
d'oeuvre, garde' manger, beverages, and intermediate baking
techniques. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grade of
"C" or better in CUL:110 and Reading Proficiency.
CUL:150
CULINARY ESSENTIALS FOR THE
PASTRY ARTS
This course will introduce students enrolled in the Baking and
Pastry Arts curriculum to the fundamentals of savory food
production. Proper methods of preparing stocks, soups,
sauces, classical vegetable cuts, and basic cooking principles for
meat, poultry, seafood, sandwiches, breakfast, starches,
vegetables, and salads will be paramount. Additional hours
required. Prerequisites: CUL:101, HRM:134 and Reading
Proficiency.
CUL:201
GARDE MANGER
Instruction in Garde Manger work including sandwiches,
vegetable carving, canapes, hors d'oeuvres, aspic, chaud froid,
ice carving, and buffet presentation by lab instructor.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grades of "C" or
better in BAP:150 and CUL:115, and Reading Proficiency.
CUL:205
GLOBAL CUISINE
The course explores various international cuisines. The
student will gain not only the hands-on-training, but the
history and development of foods in those regions. Also, the
impact on American cuisine such as fusion cooking will be
examined. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grades of
"C" or better in CUL:115 and BAP:150 and Reading
Proficiency.
CUL:210
NUTRITIONAL COOKING
This course is a study of nutritional cooking. We know that a
healthy diet is based on eating a wide variety of high quality
foods that provide balanced nutrition. This course is designed
to acquaint foodservice professionals with the knowledge and
skills to do so. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grades
of "C" or better in HRM:128, CUL:115 and BAP:150 and
Reading Proficiency.
CUL:215
AMERICAN REGIONAL CUISINE
The American Regional Cuisine course documents the history
and culture that led to the development of American Regional
Cuisine and identifies the vast and wide variety of foods
indigenous to our country. The recipes, specialized skills, and
procedures presented in the course are authentic and unique
to each region. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Grade
of "C" or better in CUL:115 and BAP:150 and Reading
Proficiency.
Course Descriptions
CUL:250
RESTAURANT OPERATIONS
The course will be operational in nature by requiring the
student to use both technical knowledge and managerial
ability to organize and complete a commercial simulation of a
one meal operation. The application of theory will be used
and tested in the lab setting. Additional hours required.
Prerequisites: Department chair approval, and Reading
Proficiency.
Deaf Communication Studies
DCS:104
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
This course is for students planning to pursue sign language
studies in depth. Intensive exposure is given to ASL, allowing
development of beginning level communication skills used
with Deaf persons. Comprehension of target language is
emphasized. ASL linguistic and cultural features are presented
in the context of learning experiences. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency
DCS:106
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III
Continued exposure is given to ASL, allowing greater
development of expressive and receptive ASL communication
skills. Linguistic features of ASL and cultural features of the
American Deaf community are presented in the context of
language learning experiences. Prerequisites: Department
permission and Reading Proficiency.
DCS:109
ETYMOLOGY FOR INTERPRETERS
This course instructs students in the fundamentals of language
building, interpreting, translating English idioms in the correct
meaning, and identifying the variation of: verb versatility,
multiple meanings, multiple signs, and contextual clues.
Concentrated attention is given to English and sign vocabulary
development. Students will learn discourse and comparative
analysis techniques. Corequisite: DCS:106. Prerequisites:
ENG:101 with a grade of "C" or better and department
permission and Reading Proficiency.
DCS:110
DEAF THEATRE STUDIES
This course addresses the special considerations of sign
language performance. Emphasis is placed on developing
theatrical sign and mime skills. Lectures and field trips are
included. The course is open to Deaf and non-Deaf students.
Prerequisites: Department permission and Reading
Proficiency.
DCS:111
THEORY OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
A course to examine the structural and grammatical principles
of ASL. An introductory study of the linguistic and semiotic
problems of equivalency in English and American Sign
Language will be studied. By incorporating linguistic
information into the text analysis process, quality
interpretation of English and ASL will result. Prerequisites:
Prior or concurrent enrollment in DCS:104 with a grade of
"C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
DCS:115
INTRODUCTION TO DEAF COMMUNICATIONS
STUDIES
This course surveys the aspects of deafness by familiarizing
students with the physiology of the ear, causes and types of
hearing losses, social and psychological aspects of deafness,
national and community organizations (i.e. NAD, RID), and
history of deaf education. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
DCS:119
THEORY OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE LAB
This course is designed to reinforce concepts taught in
DCS:111 (Theory of American Sign Language) within
individualized and small group settings. Additional hours
required. Corequisite: DCS:111. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
DCS:210
SIGN TO VOICE INTERPRETING
The purpose of this course is to provide the student an
opportunity to build skills in interpreting and transliterating
into spoken English from ASL and various contact varieties.
Prerequisites: DCS:206, DCS:207 and COM:111 with grades
of "C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
DCS:211
SPECIALIZED INTERPRETING
Various interpreting settings are explored, including
educational, legal, medical, mental health, religious, platform,
rehabilitation, and performing arts. The course also develops
understanding of additional types of communication
techniques, such as interpreting for those who are deaf-blind,
oral or exhibit minimal language skills. Prerequisites: DCS:105
and COM:111 with grades of "C" or better and Reading
Proficiency.
DCS:214
INTERACTIVE INTERPRETING
This skill development course will provide students with the
opportunity to practice skills associated with interactive
interpreting situations. Students will use both consecutive and
simultaneous interpreting methods. Interactive interpreting
refers to the process of initiating an interpretation both
manual and verbal during a variety of interview and one-onone situations (mental health, medical, employment,
educational and business). Students will begin working with
isolated cognitive subtasks (critical listening, analyzing the
information, constructing the interpretation and generating
the interpretation) of interpretation and work to integrate
component skills to perform an interactive interpretation.
Prerequisites: DCS:210, DCS:216 and DCS:217 with grades of
"C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
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DCS:216
EDUCATIONAL INTERPRETING CLASSROOM APPLICATIONS
This course is designed to focus on the principles of
interpreting within the framework of an educational system.
Procedures and strategies for effective communication in the
educational setting are discussed. The role of the educational
interpreter to facilitate communication between Deaf
individuals and their peers, educational instructors, staff and
students is stressed. Also emphasized is the interpreter as a
member of the educational team. Prerequisites: DCS:206 and
DCS:207 with grades of "C" or better and Reading Proficiency.
Dental Assisting
DA:143
CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING: OPERATIVE
DENTISTRY
This course provides the basic principles and theory of
common restorative dental procedures. Emphasis is placed on
instrumentation and materials preparation and use, and the
assistant's role in chairside restorative procedures.
Corequisite: DA:164. Prerequisites: DA:144 and DA:151,
current enrollment in Dental Assisting program and Reading
Proficiency.
DA:144
PRECLINICAL PRACTICE
This preclinical course gives the student an opportunity to
apply knowledge and practice basic dental assisting skills and
clinical support functions in the laboratory setting. Additional
lab hours required. Corequisites: DA:149, DA:150, DA:151
and DA:159. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental
Assisting program and Reading Proficiency.
DA:149
DENTAL TERMINOLOGY
An introduction to the structure and function of teeth and
oral cavity components. Additional topics include dental
charting and restorative terms. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in Dental Assisting program and Reading
Proficiency.
DA:150
INFECTION CONTROL IN DENTISTRY
This course will cover the process of disease transmission,
methods and agents for sterilization and disinfection, universal
precautions, and means of protection for the dental team and
patient. Corequisite: DA:144. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in Dental Assisting program and Reading
Proficiency.
DA:151
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING
This course introduces the student to patient and treatment
room preparation, data collection, four-handed dentistry
techniques common to all dental procedures, and recognition
and management of medical emergencies. Corequisite:
DA:144.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in Dental Assisting program
and Reading Proficiency.
DA:157
DENTAL RADIOLOGY
This course will cover radiation production, safety and
protection, exposure and processing procedures, and quality
assessment of radiographs. Lab emphasis placed on
developing proficiency in intraoral exposure techniques.
Additional lab hours required. Corequisite: DA:164.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in Dental Assisting program
and Reading Proficiency.
DA:159
DENTAL OFFICE PROCEDURES
An introduction to procedures associated with the business
aspects of the dental office that include scheduling
appointments, telephone and written correspondence, and
records management. Corequisite: DA:144. Prerequisites:
Current enrollment in the Dental Assisting program and
Reading Proficiency.
DA:161
DENTAL ASSISTING PRACTICUM
This course introduces the student to the dental office and
provides an opportunity for the application of basic dental
assisting skills and clinical support functions. Additional hours
required. Prerequisites: DA:144, DA:164, and current
enrollment in the Dental Assisting program and Reading
Proficiency.
DA:162
DENTAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
An introduction to the use and application of dental office
computer software for data entry and records management.
The student will learn how to use dental software and will
explore its utilization potential in the modern dental office.
Prerequisites: DA:159 and current enrollment in the Dental
Assisting program and Reading Proficiency.
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DA:165
DENTAL MATERIALS
This course presents the basic physical properties and
technical aspects of materials used in restorative and
laboratory procedures with emphasis on restorative materials,
dental cements, gypsum products, and impression materials.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental Assisting
program and Reading Proficiency.
Dental Hygiene
DHY:120
CONCEPTS OF PRE-CLINICAL DENTAL
HYGIENE I
Development of basic foundations for competent delivery of
preventive, therapeutic and educational dental hygiene
services to the public. Establish a solid knowledge base for
assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of
patient care. Theory and practical aspects of prevention of
disease transmission and pre-treatment patient evaluation are
emphasized. Basic instrumentation design and technique for
use are covered in depth. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene
program, CPR health care provider level and Reading
Proficiency.
DHY:121
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS LAB I
Application of introductory clinical assessment techniques.
Theory and application of pit and fissure sealants. Proper
positioning for the patient, operator, and dental unit for
rendering effective patient treatment. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental
Hygiene program, CPR health care provider level and Reading
Proficiency.
DHY:125
PERIODONTICS I
A study of the healthy periodontium and an introduction to
gingival conditions and diseases. Acquired soft and hard
deposits as well as the microbiology of periodontal diseases
are covered in depth. Methods of basic oral physiotherapy are
introduced. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental
Hygiene program and Reading Proficiency.
DHY:126
DENTAL RADIOLOGY I
A study of the production and effects of radiation. Emphasis is
given to the effects of variations in exposure control factors,
personnel and patient safety measures, and dental
radiographic film and film processing. Anatomical landmarks,
and their radiographic presentation are introduced.
Techniques for placing, positioning, exposing, processing and
mounting intraoral radiographs are covered in depth.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in the Dental Hygiene program and Reading
Proficiency.
DHY:127
ORAL ANATOMY
Introductory study of the teeth, as well as intraoral and
perioral structures. Anatomical features of the teeth and oral
cavity are covered in depth. Processes and techniques for
constructing dental chartings and dentition findings
documentations are detailed. The dental caries process is
introduced. Rationales and techniques for the use of pit and
fissure sealants, as a supportive primary preventive procedure,
are presented. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental
Hygiene program and Reading Proficiency.
DHY:128
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES FOR THE DENTAL
HYGIENIST
This course is designed to acquaint the dental hygiene student
with the basic concepts of pathophysiology. It will deal with
selected conditions of the cardiovascular, respiratory, immune,
nervous and endocrine systems. Emphasis is on the
relationship between these conditions and potential actions
and treatment modifications in the dental health care setting.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene
program, BIO:207, BIO:208, CHM:101 and Reading
Proficiency.
DHY:129
DENTAL-MEDICAL EMERGENCIES
Survey of defects/medical problems that have dental
management implications and/or possible medical emergency
sequelea. Prompt, accurate and ethical emergency prevention,
preparation and management techniques are detailed with
related legal implications. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in
the Dental Hygiene program and Reading Proficiency. 1
lecture hour per week.
DHY:220
CONCEPTS OF CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III
Introduction of additional clinical dental hygiene procedures
including advanced periodontal instrumentation and skills to
further develop the assessment and implementation of the
dental hygiene diagnosis and treatment plan. Theories and
principles for the use of power scalers, air polishers, pulp
vitality testers, cast and models, tooth bleaching, and tray
fabrication and use of the intraoral camera are covered.
Research assignments for review of the current literature will
continue. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental
Hygiene program, DHY:142, DHY:215, ENG:101 and Reading
Proficiency.
DHY:221
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS LAB III
Application of clinical dental hygiene concepts learned in
Clinical Dental Hygiene III. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene
program, CPR health care provider level, DHY:142, DHY:215
and Reading Proficiency.
DHY:222
CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III
Students continue to apply the learned theories, principles
and responsibilities related to the field of dental hygiene
practice in the dental hygiene clinic and at community dental
health facilities. Additional dental hygiene modalities will be
implemented into patient treatment care. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental
Hygiene program, CPR health care provider level, DHY:142,
DHY:215, COM:101 and Reading Proficiency.
DHY:223
COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH
This course is designed to provide a study of the history,
economics, and management of the public health organization,
its delivery, and supportive services. Included are the
assessment and control of dental disease through dental
personnel roles in schools, industry, civic, and public
organizations. Emphasis is placed on examinations of the
principles of public health, epidemiological methods of
investigation, the US health care system, basic concepts in
research and biostatistics and community based program
planning. Introduction to techniques for evaluating
dental/dental hygiene literature is established. Prerequisites:
Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene program, ENG:101,
COM:101 and Reading Proficiency.
DHY:225
PERIODONTICS II
Advanced study of the periodontium in disease. Periodontitis,
and its various presentations, is covered in depth, with
emphasis on assessment methods and dental hygiene
interventions. Basic surgical concepts are introduced.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene
program, DHY:125, DHY:138, BIO:203, ENG:101 and Reading
Proficiency
DHY:226
DENTAL RADIOLOGY II
Advanced study of supplemental dental radiographic
techniques and procedures used in contemporary dental
practices and facilities. Emphasis is given to extraoral and
digital radiography techniques. Supplemental procedures for
edentulous and pediatric dental patients are presented.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in the Dental Hygiene program, DHY:126 and
Reading Proficiency.
DHY:228
DENTAL PHARMACOLOGY
A study of pharmaceutical classifications, properties and
effects. Emphasis is given to the systemic effects of drugs and
their dental implications in the management of various
medical conditions. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the
Dental Hygiene program, BIO:203 and Reading Proficiency.
DHY:504
DENTAL HYGIENE: SKILLS REVIEW
This course is offered to make available review/remediation of
dental hygiene skills for currently enrolled Dental Hygiene
students. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in Dental Hygiene
Program.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
DMS:101
CLINICAL FOUNDATIONS OF ULTRASOUND
Topics covered in this course include general pathology and
pathophysiology, ultrasound terminology, clinical laboratory
tests and diagnostic procedures, patient interview and
examination techniques, chart and referral evaluation and
embryology. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the
Diagnostic Medical Sonography program or permission of the
program director and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:102
MEDICAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
This course will examine a number of topics including
principles of psychological support, professional interaction
skills, multicultural diversity, professional codes of conduct and
scopes of practice, pertinent legal principles, administrative
procedures and trends in healthcare systems. Prerequisites:
Current enrollment in the program or permission of the
program director and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:103
ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND
INSTRUMENTATION I
Topics covered in this course include basic physical principles
of ultrasound, Doppler principles and ultrasound equipment
controls. Emphasis will be placed on control manipulation and
parameters required for optimum sonographic examinations.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Diagnostic Medical
Sonography program or permission of the program director
and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:105
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY I
This course will present normal sectional anatomy and
patterns for the most common examinations within
abdominal and OB/GYN sonography. An introduction to
clinical applications will include the pathophysiologic basis,
clinical signs and symptoms and typical sonographic patterns
related to the most common abnormalities encountered in
the clinical environment. Prerequisites: Current enrollment in
the Medical Sonography learning concentration, Diagnostic
Medical Sonography program or permission of the program
director and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:106
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY SCANNING
TECHNIQUES I
Laboratory demonstration and student performance of
standard protocols for the most common abdominal,
obstetric and gynecologic sonographic examinations, with
emphasis on normal anatomy and pattern recognition.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in the Medical Sonography learning concentration
or permission of the program director and Reading
Proficiency.
DMS:113
CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY SCANNING
TECHNIQUES I
Laboratory demonstration and student performance of
standard protocols for transthoracic adult cardiac sonographic
examinations, with emphasis on normal 2-D, M-Mode and
Doppler pattern recognition. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Cardiac learning
concentration or permission of the program director and
Reading Proficiency.
DMS:119
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY I
This course will present normal sectional anatomy,
hemodynamics, patient assessment and diagnostic testing
related to Vascular Technology. An introduction to clinical
applications will include the pathophysiologic basis, clinical
signs and symptoms and typical findings related to the most
common vascular examinations. Prerequisites: Current
enrollment in the Vascular Technology learning concentration
or permission of the program director and Reading
Proficiency.
DMS:120
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY SCANNING
TECHNIQUES I
Laboratory demonstration and student performance of
standard protocols for the most common venous and arterial
examinations, with emphasis on recognition of normal gray
scale and Doppler patterns. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: Current enrollment in the Vascular Technology
learning concentration or permission of the program director
and Reading Proficiency
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DA:164
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS I
Theoretical knowledge is applied in the clinical lab setting.
Emphasis is on developing skill in assisting with restorative
procedures and manipulating dental materials. Additional lab
hours required. Corequisites: DA:143, DA:157 and DA:165.
Prerequisites: DA:144, current enrollment in Dental Assisting
program and Reading Proficiency.
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DMS:201
ULTRASOUND PHYSICS AND
INSTRUMENTATION III
Topics in this course include quality assurance procedures,
biological effects, 3-D ultrasound applications and a general
review in preparation for the certification examinations in
physics and instrumentation. Prerequisites: DMS:104 or
permission of the program director and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:204
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY IV
This course will present normal sectional anatomy and
patterns, and the clinical applications for neonatal
neurosonography and the pediatric abdomen and pelvis. The
remainder of the course will consist of review in preparation
for the certification examinations in Abdomen and OB/GYN
sonography. Prerequisites: DMS:202 or permission of the
program director and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:205
MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL
APPLICATIONS II
A further review of less common sonographic examinations in
order to further develop the critical thinking skills required to
correlate the clinical history, clinical signs and symptoms and
results of other diagnostic tests with the results of the
sonographic examination. Prerequisites: DMS:110 or
permission of the program director and Reading Proficiency.
DIE:107
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK ELECTRONICS
This course examines through practical application the
theories of electronics and diagnostic equipment used to
perform general electronic system diagnosis and repair of
medium and heavy truck gauge and warning devices,
electronic fuel injection, anti-lock brakes, and electrical
accessories. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
DIE:103 and Reading Proficiency.
DIE:206
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK DRIVETRAINS
This course examines through practical application the types
of manual and automatic transmission drivetrains found on
medium and heavy trucks. To include: clutches, drive shaft and
universal joints, and drive axles. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Dietetic Technology
DIT:106
FOOD MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM
Experience in food service departments of designated food
service facilities. Assigned experiences are designed to
complement and reinforce the corresponding lecture courses.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Prior or concurrent
enrollment in DIT:103, permission of the program coordinator
and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:209
CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY IV
Further study of the clinical applications of cardiac
sonography, including fetal echocardiography. The remainder of
the course will consist of review in preparation for the
certification examination in cardiac sonography. Prerequisites:
DMS:207 or permission of the program director and Reading
Proficiency.
DIT:107
CLINICAL NUTRITION PRACTICUM
Experience in patient care areas of designated health care
facilities. Assigned experiences are designed to complement
and reinforce the knowledge gained in the corresponding
lecture courses. Additional hours required. Prerequisites: Prior
or concurrent enrollment in DIT:104, permission of the
program coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:210
CARDIAC SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL
APPLICATIONS II
A further review of more rare abnormal cardiac sonographic
examinations in order to further develop the critical thinking
skills required to correlate the clinical history, clinical signs and
symptoms and the results of other diagnostic tests with the
results of the sonographic examination. Prerequisites:
DMS:117 or permission of the program director and Reading
Proficiency.
DIT:108
FOOD: PREPARATION AND SCIENCE LECTURE
This course explores the basic principles of food science,
preparation and selection. Recognition and evaluation of
standard products, function of ingredients, and the link of food
service to nutrition and health will be emphasized. Discussions
and demonstrations will focus on the nutrient content of food
and principles of food science and preparation for nutrient
retention and quality. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
DMS:214
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY IV
Topics in this course will include therapeutic interventions,
intraoperative monitoring and the use of ultrasound contrast
agents. The remainder of the course will consist of review in
preparation for the certification examinations in Vascular
Technology. Prerequisites: DMS:212 or permission of the
program director and Reading Proficiency.
DMS:215
DIT:109
FOOD: PREPARATION AND SCIENCE LAB
Food science principles will be reinforced and applied in lab
experiments and recipe production. The scientific method will
be used in the exploration of food science and food
preparation methods. Experiments and preparation will focus
on nutrient retention and high quality products. Material from
Food: Preparation/Science Lecture course will be reinforced.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
Diesel Technology
DIT:115
PRINCIPLES OF NUTRITION
This is an introductory nutrition class that relates to individual
and family health. Topics include the functions and sources of
food nutrients, how the body handles foods through digestion,
absorption and metabolism, and planning health diets for a
variety of people. Appropriate methods of weight control,
sports nutrition, and eating disorders will be covered, as well
as an overview of nutrition throughout the life cycle, food
safety, and ethnic influences on the American diet.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL
APPLICATIONS II
Review of abnormal vascular examinations of the
cerebrovascular system, upper and lower extremity, and the
abdomen in order to further develop the critical thinking skills
required to correlate the clinical history, clinical signs and
symptoms and the results of other diagnostic tests with the
results of the sonographic examination. Prerequisites:
DMS:124 and Reading Proficiency.
DIE:102
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MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK SUSPENSION
AND STEERING
This course examines through practical application the types
of suspension and steering systems found on medium and
heavy trucks. Emphasis will be in areas of manual steering
gears and columns, power steering gears, suspension system
components, wheel alignment diagnosis, and wheel & tire
diagnosis and repair. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
DIE:103
MEDIUM/HEAVY TRUCK ELECTRICITY
This course examines through practical application the
theories of basic electricity and the diagnostic equipment used
to perform general electrical system diagnosis of medium and
heavy truck batteries, starting systems, charging systems, and
lighting systems. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
DIE:104
ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
AND MANUALS
This course will introduce the student to current repair and
information systems for trucks. Emphasis will be on computer
based systems and on interpreting specifications in both
metric and English systems of measurement. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
DIT:202
MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY
Study of the pathophysiology of selected disease states, the
evaluation of nutrition status and appropriate nutrition
intervention during various disease processes. Emphasizes the
application of clinical nutrition skills, including counseling
clients, interpretation of laboratory values, taking vital signs
and documentation in the medical record. Prerequisites:
DIT:104 and Reading Proficiency.
DIT:204
SEMINAR: STRATEGIES FOR
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
This course covers techniques for teaching and learning in the
field of dietetics, including the development of curricula, use of
audio-visual materials, and public speaking. Communication
with diverse populations, behavior modification and
motivational skills in nutrition counseling will be addressed.
Ethical practice in dietetics, personal management, and care of
the terminally ill patient will also be covered. Prerequisite: 20
hours into the Dietetic Technology program or permission of
program coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
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DIT:207
QUANTITY FOODS
Students will apply food preparation and management skills to
a quantity food production system. Food preparation, sensory
evaluation, menu planning, recipe development and expansion,
food production and procurement, personnel management,
sanitation, quality improvement, equipment, food cost
calculation/control, and marketing techniques are emphasized.
Facility design and financial management are discussed.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: DIT:103 and
Reading Proficiency.
DIT:208
FOOD SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM
Practical application of management concepts and tools.
Provides an opportunity to observe and participate in food
service management situations and use management tools,
especially those related to budget and personnel
administration. Additional hours required. Prerequisites:
DIT:106, DIT:201 (may be taken concurrently), permission of
the program coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
DIT:209
COMMUNITY NUTRITION PRACTICUM
Advanced nutrition practicum, with emphasis on staff
performance. Students will function as staff members in
patient care or community education settings. Additional
hours required. Prerequisites: DIT:107, DIT:210 (may be taken
concurrently), permission of program coordinator and
Reading Proficiency.
Early Care and Education
ECE:101
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CARE
AND EDUCATION
An overview of early childhood programs and curricula,
history, trends, and career opportunities are introduced.
Quality characteristics of the environment and the role of the
professional are examined. Five clock hours (minimum) of
observation of children in various settings is required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in
RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:102
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES IN EARLY CARE
AND EDUCATION
This course introduces the expressive philosophy of creativity.
Students explore materials and tools useful in creative
expression across the curriculum. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:103
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN EARLY CARE
AND EDUCATION
Students examine quality literature appropriate for children
from infancy through age eight. Appropriate literacy
experiences of reading, writing, and language are practiced.
Students also examine methods of presentation and the
creation of literature-based settings. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:104
PRINCIPLES OF EARLY CARE AND
EDUCATION
This course focuses on the methodology for establishing
developmentally appropriate care and education for young
children. Topics include, designing appropriate physical
environments, play development and facilitation, tailoring
curriculum planning toward individual needs and interests of
children, and classroom management styles. Prerequisites:
ECE:101 and ECE:125 with grades of "C" or better and
Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:105
CHILD DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY
Students will actively participate in the daily operation of a
quality early care and education setting for 6 hours each week,
plus additional seminar meetings. A qualified supervisor will
guide students through selecting, planning, and organizing
curriculum in developmentally appropriate ways. Students will
be involved in writing and implementing experiences for
children as well as reflecting on their own practice.
Prerequisites: ECE:104 (or concurrent enrollment), ECE:101
and ECE:125 all with minimum grades of "C" and Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
Fall 2010
ECE:108
INFANT, TODDLER AND TWO-YEAR-OLD
CHILDREN
This course is a study of the development of infants, toddlers,
and two-year-olds. It includes current theories of development
and a variety of caregiving practices for both the early care
practitioner and parent. Students will observe and participate
in an infant, toddler, or two-year-old setting a minimum of 10
hours during the semester. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or
concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:124
CHILD NUTRITION, HEALTH AND SAFETY
This course will focus on health, nutrition and safety issues in
early care and education. Topics will include nutrition and
nutrition education, menu planning, indoor and outdoor safety,
childhood diseases and injuries and appropriate health and
hygiene practices for caregivers, as well as for children.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in
RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:125
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I
Students will study human development from conception to
age eight, including physical and motor, cognitive, language,
social and emotional development. There is an emphasis on
the interrelationship of growth and behavior in young children.
Eight clock hours (minimum) of observation is required.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in
RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:126
CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT II
The student will study human development from age eight
throughout the life span. An examination of children's
behavior, typical and atypical issues facing adolescents, adults,
and older adults will occur. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or
concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:127
FAMILY AND TEACHER INTERACTIONS
Students will examine strategies and develop skills in effective
communication with individual parents and families.
Reflections on the contemporary American family, developing
partnerships, utilizing community resources, parent education
meetings, and home visiting will be included. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:200
GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN
A practical study of child guidance literature that includes
normative development, theory, and strategies for guiding
children's behavior at home and in diverse settings.
Observation and field study of children from infancy through
age eight will be the foundation of this course. A minimum of
eight clock hours of observation will be required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:201
MATH AND SCIENCE IN EARLY CARE
AND EDUCATION
Students will design and implement developmentally
appropriate experiences that enhance math and science
concepts for children birth to age eight. Various cognitive
theories and stages of development are integrated throughout
the course. Topics include implementation strategies, sensory
awareness, problem solving, thinking and questioning skills,
exploration and discovery learning. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:202
MOVEMENT AND MUSIC IN EARLY CARE
AND EDUCATION
The student will explore movement and music as it relates to
the development and interests of young children. Students will
prepare appropriate experiences in gross motor, fine motor,
perceptual motor and auditory perception, targeted toward
young children in diverse populations and settings.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in
RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:203
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM I
The student will continue practice in developmentally
appropriate lesson planning, leading individual and group
experiences, utilizing observation and reflection techniques,
and demonstrating the ability to guide young children in
positive ways. The student will participate in an early
childhood setting for 9 hours each week, with additional
seminar meetings. Prerequisites: ECE:104 and ECE:105 with
minimum grades of "C" and Reading Proficiency or concurrent
enrollment in RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:204
MANAGEMENT OF EARLY CARE AND
EDUCATION SETTINGS
This course focuses on the organizational and managerial
structure of various center and home-based settings. Topics
include licensing and accreditation standards, spatial design,
fiscal responsibilities, employment procedures, staff
development, marketing, and the planning and evaluation of
center operations. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency or
concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:205
CHILD AND SOCIETY
This course is an introduction to the sociology of child
development, emphasizing the role of the family, school, and
community in the socialization process. The effect of culture
and political forces upon the delivery of appropriate early care
and education is discussed, as well as available community
resources for a diverse society. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
ECE:206
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION PRACTICUM II
The student will demonstrate the ability to execute all
teaching and caregiving aspects of the assigned early
childhood setting. Planning, implementation, developmentally
appropriate guidance methods, as well as professional job
searching preparation is included. The student will participate
in an early childhood setting for nine hours each week, with
additional seminar meetings. Prerequisite: ECE:203 with a
minimum grade of "C" and Reading Proficiency or concurrent
enrollment in RDG:030 or ENG:070.
ECE:207
ACTIVITIES FOR SPECIAL INDIVIDUALS
Covers practical techniques for working with exceptional
individuals including task analysis and behavior modification.
Experience with screening instruments and charting behavior
as part of developing and implementing individualized
programs will be emphasized. Prerequisites: ECE:107 and
Reading Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
Economics
ECO:140
INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
A study of basic economic concepts, institutions, and policies,
(both macro and micro) necessary for a general
understanding of the economy. Normally, Business
Administration students and other students who need a sixhour undergraduate sequence in Economics, should take
ECO:151 and ECO:152 instead of ECO:140. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ECO:151
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
This course presents an introductory description and analysis
of economics from a national perspective. Included are the
basic concepts relating to supply, demand, income, taxation,
exports, imports, money and banking, consumption, savings
and investment. The course applies these concepts and their
inter-relationships to such problems as the general level of
economic activity, employment and unemployment, inflation,
monetary and fiscal policies, and economic growth and
development. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ECO:152
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
Principles of Microeconomics is an introductory course that
describes and analyzes the behavior of households and
business firms in the economy. The course includes, among
others, the following topics: analysis of the demand and supply
of goods and services; price and output determination in
competitive and noncompetitive markets; the cost of
production of goods and services; determination of the level
of rents, wages, interest rates, and profits; international trade
and comparative advantage. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Education
EDU:120
ART FOR CHILDREN
The course will acquaint the student with art media and
methods appropriate for children. The student will develop
projects to promote the child's appreciation of art and to
integrate art into the total curriculum. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
EDU:210
TEACHING PROFESSION WITH FIELD
EXPERIENCE
This course provides students an opportunity to observe
teaching and learning for 30 hours or more in P-12 classrooms.
Students are introduced to the requirements for teacher
preparation and certification. Students will examine
characteristics of effective teaching. The course is designed to
assist students in determining if a career in teaching is an
appropriate goal. Prerequisites: ENG:101 and Reading
Proficiency.
EDU:211
FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
This course is designed to examine the historical,
philosophical, sociological, political, economic, and legal
foundations of American public education. Students will
explore the nature of school environments, design and
organization of school curricula, and characteristics of effective
schools and instruction in grades P-12. Educational structures,
practices, and projections for the future will be studied.
Prerequisites: ENG:101 and Reading Proficiency.
EDU:218
TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHERS
In this course students will learn how to integrate instructional
technology into the P-12 classroom. Students will study a
variety of software programs, presentation technology, and
telecommunication tools. The focus will also be on social,
ethical, legal, and human issues surrounding the use of
technology. Prerequisites: ENG:101 and Reading Proficiency.
EDU:219
EDUCATION OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
This survey course is an introduction to exceptional learners
and their education in grades P-12. Students will attain
knowledge, skills, and dispositions that will enable them to
work effectively with exceptional learners in general
education or special education. Prerequisites: EDU:217 or
EDU:227 and Reading Proficiency.
EDU:226
CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
This course will familiarize students with examples of good
children’s books, for children from infancy to adolescence. It
will also help students develop the ability to evaluate a book,
analyze its appeal, and present it effectively. (Same course as
ENG:226.) Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
EDU:227
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
This course is designed to help students apply psychological
principles to teaching, learning, assessment and other
educational practices in P-12 classrooms. It will focus on the
learner and the learning process, teacher characteristics, and
classroom processes that increase student motivation. Student
diversity and appropriate instructional strategies for students
with special needs will also be introduced. Prerequisites:
EDU:210 and PSY:203, PSY:205 or PSY:214 and Reading
Proficiency.
Electrical/Electronic Egr Tech
EE:106
IBM PERSONAL COMPUTER INSTALLATION
AND REPAIR
This course will help you learn how to install and repair the
popular IBM series of personal computers. Connection and
setup of monitors, printers, hard disks, and memory will be
covered. Some previous electronics or computer experience
is recommended but not required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
EE:110
TECHNICAL ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I
This combination classroom and laboratory course is a study
of the basics of electricity and electrical circuits. It includes
such fundamentals as static electricity, resistance, Ohm's Law,
Kirchoff's Laws, power, series and parallel circuits, voltage
dividers, magnetism and electromagnetic induction as well as
an introduction to generators. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in MTH:124 and
Reading Proficiency.
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Course Descriptions
ECE:107
EARLY CARE AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
Students will be introduced to the field of early care and
special education with a focus on intervention and the role of
the teacher. The course includes screening, assessment, and
working with families. Five clock hours (minimum) of
observation and field study is required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency or concurrent enrollment in RDG:030 or
ENG:070.
St. Louis Community College
EE:130
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I
This course begins with the basic physical and electrical units
and proceeds to network theorems. Emphasis is on analysis
and understanding of circuits. Laboratory experiments parallel
classroom work. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
Previous or concurrent enrollment in MTH:144 and Reading
Proficiency.
EE:131
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS II
A continuation of EE: 130, it begins with single phase
alternating voltages and currents and proceeds through nonsinusoidal voltages and currents to polyphase circuits.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: EE:130, MTH:144
and Reading Proficiency.
EE:132
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Theory and characteristics of most of the electronic devices
used in industry. Basic practical circuits will be presented to
reinforce the theory. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: Previous or concurrent enrollment in EE:131
and Reading Proficiency.
EE:234
APPLIED ELECTRONICS
The conversion of electrical energy from AC to DC, types of
amplifiers and techniques of analyzing them, audio
input/output devices. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: EE:132 and Reading Proficiency.
EE:236
PLC/PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER
This course presents the fundamentals of ladder logic
(formerly relay logic) used in modern industrial controllers.
Basic elements such as timers, counters, and sequencers are
studied, as well as traditional methods of applying them to
machine control. Students will program and perform
laboratory experiments with programmable logic controllers,
using the Allen Bradley SLC 500 family and the Micrologic
series, with an introduction to control logic. Additional lab
hours required. Prerequisites: GE:101 or EE:233 or ME:140 or
department approval and Reading Proficiency.
EE:240
ELECTRICAL MACHINES
Direct current and alternating current motors and generators
construction and characteristics are studied, as well as the
associated starting and control circuitry. The laboratory
experiments will deal with related classroom work. Additional
lab hours required. Prerequisites: EE:131 and Reading
Proficiency.
EE:531
LABVIEW BASICS I
This course presents the basic functions of the front panel and
the block diagram used in LabVIEW as well as how to
implement and troubleshoot VIs. The course addresses arrays
and clusters, basic information storage, data acquisition, subVIs,
and state machines. Prerequisites: Microsoft Windows and
programming experience; or consent of instructor. Reading
Proficiency.
EE:532
LABVIEW BASICS II
This course is a continuation of LabVIEW Basics I. Students
will earn loop types and their control, local and global
variables used to hold and transfer data, use of property
nodes, control references, invoke nodes to control the user
interface, different file formats, and creation and distribution of
applications.
Prerequisites: EE:531 or equivalent experience. Reading
Proficiency.
Emergency Medical Technology
Course Descriptions
EMT:120
EMT INTERNSHIP
An intermediate, transition course designed to solidify and
reinforce the knowledge and skills gained in EMT:121 while
introducing paramedic topics. Classroom topics include indepth medical terminology, introduction to paramedic
procedures, and situational review of both hypothetical and
real situations encountered in ambulance field work. In
addition, students are required to practice EMT skills in
assigned pre-hospital settings for an average of approximately
twelve (12) hours a week in order to satisfy State
requirements for admission to Paramedic programs.
Additional hours required. Prerequisites: EMT:121 and
Reading Proficiency.
EMT:121
EMERGENCY CARE, PRINCIPLES
AND TECHNIQUES
This course meets all the current requirements for Missouri
State EMT-Basic licensure. It includes the assessment and care
of the sick and injured, pediatric and geriatric emergencies,
childbirth, defibrillation, lifting and moving of patients,
hazardous material situations and the use of adjunctive EMS
equipment. Prerequisites: American Heart Association
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Health Care
Providers and Reading Proficiency.
Engineering Graphics
EGR:050
FUNDAMENTALS OF DRAFTING
First course in drafting for persons with little or no previous
drafting coursework. Practice of using drafting tools, board
skills, good line work, lettering, geometric construction,
accurate layout of multiview and pictorial drawings and basic
dimensioning will be emphasized. Additional lab hours
required.
EGR:100
ENGINEERING DRAWING
This course uses a combination of instruments and CAD
systems for making drawings. The course includes use of
instruments, lettering, geometrical constructions, technical
sketching, principles of orthographic projection, pictorial
drawing, descriptive geometry, sectional views and
conventions, auxiliary views and dimensioning. Additional lab
hours required. Prerequisites: EGR:050, previous drafting work
or departmental approval and Reading Proficiency.
EGR:104
ELECTRONIC DRAFTING
Review of basic drafting with emphasis on technical sketching
and lettering. Topics include schematic diagrams, block
diagrams, electronic symbols, etched circuit layout, wiring
diagrams, mechanical and electronic detail and assembly
drawings. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
EGR:133
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD I
Fundamentals of the AutoCAD drafting system. Drawing
setup: units, limits, layers, linetypes, colors. Drawing
procedures: points, lines, arcs, circles. Special features: polylines,
blocks, dimensioning, cross-hatching, plotting. Prerequisites:
EGR:050 and Reading Proficiency.
EGR:139
3-D AUTOCAD WITH AUTOSHADE
3-D drawing concepts using AutoCAD Version 10, generation
of objects using true 3 dimensional database. User coordinate
system, X,Y,Z coordinate system and x,y,z point filters.
Extensive practice with various 3-D surfaces. Use of vpoint
and dview commands to select viewing angle or perspective
view. Settings lights, camera, and scenes to generate shaded
images and movies. Prerequisites: EGR:133 and Reading
Proficiency.
EGR:148
SOLID MODELING WITH UNIGRAPHICS
This course teaches the use of 3-D modeling using the
Unigraphics CAD package. Students will productively develop
solid models, detail drawings and product assemblies. The class
introduces assembly modeling in the context of a real-life
scenario that includes parts modeled by the student as well as
existing part models.Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
EGR:256
SOLID MODELING WITH CATIA
This course is designed for students with 3-D modeling
experience to learn the use of 3-D solid modeling using the
CATIA CAD package. The student will productively develop
solid models, detail drawings and product assemblies.
Additional hours required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
Engineering Science
ESC:100
ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
AND DESIGN
This course provides the student with basic skills in the use of
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), word-processing,
spreadsheets, and computer math software. Students will be
divided into teams to solve an engineering related design
problem. They will need to conceptualize and build their
project/product, and prepare and present a report. They will
utilize the computer and applications software they have
learned in the class as a tool in preparation and presentation
of their report. Prerequisites: MTH:140 or higher and Reading
Proficiency.
ESC:101
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
This course emphasizes instruction in computer programming
language to solve engineering problems. Instruction will
include such topics as: study of digital computer systems,
programming techniques, program structure, coding,
execution, debugging and verification of programs. Computer
laboratory exercises will be conducted to analyze, interpret
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and synthesize engineering data. Prerequisites: MTH:160 (A, B
or C) or higher and Reading Proficiency.
ESC:200
ENGINEERING CIRCUITS I
This is a problem-solving course that develops analytical skills
important for all engineering disciplines as well as fundamental
circuit theory for electrical engineers. The course covers
circuit elements and the fundamental laws governing their
behavior, network theorems, and analysis techniques, including
transient responses. Circuit simulation using computer models
and practical circuit testing are included in the laboratory
work. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: PHY:122,
concurrent enrollment in MTH:230 and Reading Proficiency.
ESC:203
ENGINEERING MECHANICS I
Application of the principles of mechanics to the solution of
engineering problems involving particles and systems in
equilibrium. Topics include force systems in equilibrium,
centers of gravity, friction, moments of inertia. Where
appropriate, vector analysis is used. Prerequisites: PHY:122
and Reading Proficiency.
ESC:204
ENGINEERING MECHANICS II
Application of the principles of mechanics to the solution of
engineering problems involving particle and rigid body
motion. Topics include linear, curvilinear relative motion,
energy, impulse, and momentum. Where appropriate, vector
methods are used. Prerequisites: ESC:203 and Reading
Proficiency.
ESC:207
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS
Energy transformations and the relation of energy to the
states of matter. Fundamental laws, concepts and modes of
analysis which underlie all applications of energy conversion in
engineering. Prerequisites: MTH:230, PHY:223 and Reading
Proficiency.
English
ENG:001
THE SENTENCE
This course will help students master the fundamental of
sentence writing and punctuation. It is a skill-building course.
ENG:002
SPELLING
This course will point out to the student specific spelling
problems as well as provide the student with the means to
eliminate such spelling problems.
ENG:003
SENTENCE COMBINING
Using a selected sequence of sentence building exercises, this
course will help students develop a feel for both sentence
structure and paragraph organization. It is a "skill-building"
course, whose main purpose is to help students hear the
stylistic options available to them and to help them see
patterns of development, both in sentences and paragraphs.
ENG:004
GRAMMAR REVIEW
This course will provide instruction for students who need
extensive help with writing problems which may include
punctuation, capitalization, usage, sentence construction,
coherence and organization.
ENG:005
WRITING IMPROVEMENT
Students work individually on writing style, documentation,
and other problems of advanced expository writing.
ENG:006
WRITING EFFECTIVE PARAGRAPHS
This course will help students who have already mastered the
writing of sentences to learn about writing longer forms.
Beginning with the writing of good topic sentences, it will
proceed to consider such issues as paragraph development,
unity and coherence. Thus, it will provide an additional valuable
support for students who intend to write essays, business
letters, stories and other longer prose forms.
ENG:007
BUSINESS WRITING REVIEW
This course will provide instruction in business writing
formats: e-mails, letters, memos, and/or reports.
ENG:013
ESL: ACADEMIC ENGLISH PREP
This course is designed for non-native English speakers who
need to improve basic language skills before beginning the ESL
Academic English sequence. Students will work individually
with the assistance of the designated ESL support staff.
Prerequisites: Michigan Test and writing sample.
Fall 2010
ENG:015
ESL: VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT FOR
NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
This course is designed to help non-native English speakers
increase their knowledge of English vocabulary, especially
idioms and general academic vocabulary. Students will work
individually with the assistance of the designated ESL support
staff.
ENG:016
ESL: GRAMMAR REVIEW FOR NON-NATIVE
ENGLISH SPEAKERS
This course provides practice for non-native English speakers
who need supplementary instruction in English grammar.
Students will apply grammar rules through writing and editing
activities. Students will work individually with the assistance of
the designated ESL support staff. Prerequisite(s): ENG:051
and/or ENG:061.
ENG:017
ESL: WRITING SKILLS
This course is designed for students who need to
demonstrate improved skills in Academic English outcomes
before proceeding to the next level. Students will work
individually with the assistance of the designated ESL support
staff. Prerequisites: ENG:050, ENG:060 or ENG:070 and
recommendation of instructor.
ENG:020
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
This course provides comprehensive review and intensive drill
in the fundamentals of English sentences and paragraphs. Near
the end of the semester, students will be counseled
concerning their progress and what additional work they may
need to accomplish their particular writing goals. Prerequisite:
Previous or concurrent enrollment in appropriate reading
course.
ENG:030
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
This course is designed primarily to help prepare students for
successful work in College Composition I, though it may
benefit anyone desiring to improve basic grammar and writing
skills. The course focuses on fundamental writing problems
through extensive work in the construction of sentences,
paragraphs, and short essays. Previous or concurrent
enrollment in a developmental reading course is encouraged.
Near the end of the semester, students will be counseled
concerning their progress and what additional work they may
need to accomplish their particular writing goals. Prerequisite:
ENG:020 with grade of "C" or better or recommendation of
department.
ENG:032
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING LAB
Students study a series of grammatical elements in order to
eliminate structural and grammatical mistakes in their writing.
Topics include sentence patterns, punctuation, and sentence
combining.
ENG:050
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS I
This course is designed for non-native English speakers who
wish to develop English language skills necessary for success in
college courses. Instruction in the course will promote overall
English language proficiency, with an intensive focus on reading
and writing. Additional hours in lab or with an ESL tutor may
be required. Prerequisite: Recommendation of ESL staff.
ENG:051
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS I
This course provides non-native English speakers with a
review of basic English grammar rules, with attention given to
form, meaning, and use. Students will apply rules through
speaking and writing activities. Prerequisite: Recommendation
of ESL staff.
ENG:053
LISTENING AND NOTE-TAKING FOR NONNATIVE SPEAKERS
This course is designed for non-native speakers who are new
to the higher education system in the USA. Students will
develop all language skills, with a focus on listening and notetaking skills, vocabulary, and lecture and discussion structure
and content. Prerequisite: Recommendation of ESL staff.
ENG:060
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS II
This course is designed for non-native English speakers who
have demonstrated general fluency in reading and writing
English, and need to develop clarity in using English for
academic purposes. Instruction in the course will focus on
reading and writing responses to texts. Additional hours in lab
or with ESL tutor may be recommended. Prerequisites:
ENG:050 and ENG:051 with grades of "C" or better.
ENG:061
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS II
This course provides non-native English speakers with an
intensive review of basic English grammar, with emphasis on
application of rules to academic reading and writing tasks.
Prerequisite: ENG:050 and ENG:051 with grades of "C" or
better.
ENG:062
SPOKEN COMMUNICATION AND
PRONUNCIATION FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS
This course is designed for non-native English speakers who
wish to improve their comprehensibility in communicating in
English. The course will provide practice in stress, rhythm, and
intonation patterns, and in troublesome consonant and vowel
sounds. Prerequisite: Recommendation of ESL staff.
ENG:070
ACADEMIC ENGLISH FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS III
This course is designed to facilitate non-native English
speakers' performance in college-level courses which require
moderate to heavy amounts of reading, writing, and notetaking. Students recommended to take ENG:070 will have
achieved the reading and writing performance outcomes of
ENG:050 and ENG:060, but still need to improve grammatical
and lexical accuracy in a variety of writing tasks. Reading and
writing assignments will be linked to assignments in content
areas. Prerequisites: ENG:060 and ENG:061 with grades of "C"
or better and ENG:053.
ENG:080
ENGLISH GRAMMAR FOR NON-NATIVE
SPEAKERS III
This course is for non-native English speakers who need to
improve the grammatical accuracy in their written English
before exiting the ESL program. The course will provide
students with intensive reinforcement and practice of
structures taught in previous grammar courses. Written
practice will emphasize personal essays and tasks related to
shorter academic reading passages. Prerequisites: ENG:060
and ENG:061, or permissions of ESL staff.
ENG:082
INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING WITH
GRAMMAR
This course is specifically designed as a pilot. This course will
combine the competencies and elements of ENG:030 and
ENG:032. Successful completion of this course will prepare
students for Composition I. Prerequisites: ENG:020 with "C"
or better or accuplacer score.
ENG:083
BASIC WRITING SKILLS
This course will instruct students in the basic skills required to
create grammatically sound, menaingful sentences in formal
English. It is a skill-building course that is intended to help
students master the fundamentals of sentence writing and
punctuation. Students will also work to build upon basic skills
in the areas of capitalization, usage, sentence construction,
coherence, and organization. Prerequisite: English Accuplacer
score of 0-40.
ENG:101
COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
This course is designed to meet the writing needs of a wide
variety of students in the following ways: 1) prepares students
who will continue in college to write acceptable college-level
expository essays, 2) provides career students with a strong
base for technical and business writing, 3) familiarizes all
students with the kinds of writing skills that will be valuable in
their everyday experience, 4) provides students with some
awareness of the way language functions and affects their lives.
To help reach these goals, the course will focus on the
elements of clear writing, well-organized expository essays,
the necessary critical thinking that must always precede
expository writing, analytical reading, and, when necessary, a
review of the principles of grammar. Prerequisites: ENG:030
with a grade of "C" or better or recommendation of
department and Reading Proficiency or concurrent
enrollment in RDG:030.
ENG:102
COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
This is a course in longer units of composition including the
documented research paper, argumentation, and criticism.
Prerequisites: ENG:100 or ENG:101 with a grade of "C" or
better or department approval and Reading Proficiency.
ENG:103
REPORT WRITING
This course offers instruction in the kinds of writing required
in fields such as business, technology, and health science.
Students plan, write, and revise letters, memos, reports,
abstracts, and other forms of practical writing. Emphasis is
given to writing for particular audiences to solve "real world"
writing problems. Prerequisites: ENG:100 or ENG:101 with a
grade of "C" or better or department approval and Reading
Proficiency.
ENG:104
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION I
This course is designed for students who have demonstrated
above average ability. It covers the same subject matter as
ENG:101, but offers a more challenging and a more rewarding
experience for the students recommended for this course.
Prerequisites: Permission of Honors coordinator and Reading
Proficiency.
ENG:105
HONORS COLLEGE COMPOSITION II
This course is designed for students who have demonstrated
above average ability in ENG:101. It covers the same subject
matter as ENG:102, that is, argumentative writing, critical
analysis, and research papers. But ENG:105 offers a more
challenging and a more rewarding experience for the students
recommended for this course. Prerequisites: ENG:101 or
ENG:104 with a grade of "C" or better, permission of Honors
coordinator and Reading Proficiency.
ENG:110
CREATIVE WRITING
This is a workshop for beginning and experienced writers. It is
designed to encourage and guide students interested in
writing poetry, fiction, and drama. Students will be required to
produce a certain number of manuscripts, depending upon
the form in which they are writing, and to read occasional
brief selections. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:114
WRITING PLAYS AND FILMSCRIPTS
This course is designed for the student who has already
experimented with several types of creative writing and who
wishes special work in a single area. A workshop format will
be used with emphasis on the discussion of student work in
class. Some lectures will be given, involving the various facets
of the writer's role from planning to publication. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ENG:201
INTRODUCTION TO FICTION
The enjoyment, appreciation, and understanding of American,
European, African, and Oriental fiction are the goals of this
course. The class will explore imagery, symbolism and style, as
well as other elements of fiction in short stories and novels.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:202
INTRODUCTION TO POETRY AND PLAYS
This course focuses on the pleasures of poetry and drama. By
reading, analysis, discussions and student projects, the student
should gain a familiarity with the statements and craft of a
selection of American, European, African and Oriental poems
and plays. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:203
AMERICAN LITERATURE
American Literature will provide the students with an
opportunity to confront a significant part of their literary
heritage. This course examines the broad social and ethnic
diversity of American writers; it shows how Americans live
now and how they used to live. It covers a broad range of
subject matter and literary types. It concentrates on
appreciation. Also, it pays some attention to the ways in which
the works experienced relate to our historical and cultural
values. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:205
AMERICAN LITERATURE BETWEEN
1865 AND 1945
Presenting United States literature written between 1865 and
1945, this course includes writers such as Adams, Cather,
Chopin, Crane, Cullen, Cummings, Dickinson, DuBois, Eliot,
Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Frost, Gilman, H.D., Hemingway, Hughes,
James, Jewett, Millay, Moore, O'Neill, Porter, Pound, Stevens,
Twain, Washington, Wharton, Whitman, Williams. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
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ESL: ACADEMIC LISTENING COMPREHENSION
This course is designed to help non-native English speakers
increase their ability in listening comprehension. Students will
work individually with the assistance of the designated ESL
support staff.
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ENG:207
HUMOR IN AMERICAN LITERATURE
This course explores American humor primarily in written
sketches, short stories, and novels by authors from Twain and
Thurber to Bombeck and Vonnegut. It also analyzes jokes,
movies, comic strips, stand-up comedians, and television sitcoms. The course questions what American humor is, what
forces have shaped its growth, what personal and social
functions it serves, and what value it might have for
contemporary Americans. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:211
BRITISH LITERATURE AFTER 1800
This course covers representative works of major British
writers from William Blake at the beginning of the nineteenth
century to James Joyce in the twentieth century. The material
may consist of poetry, prose essays, short stories, novels and
plays. Upon successful completion of the course, students
should be aware of the dominant social, cultural and artistic
concerns of the period as reflected in the literature.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:213
THE SHORT NOVEL
Some of the greatest fiction is neglected because of its length-too long for short story collections and too short to be
included in courses on the novel. This is the short novel or
novella--a distinct literary type. Students in this course will
study works by such writers as Melville, Tolstoy, Baldwin,
Dostoyevski, Chopin, Conrad, Faulkner, Porter, Wright and
others. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:214
CONTEMPORARY FICTION
This course focuses on the post-WWII novel and short story
with emphasis on the fiction of the past fifteen years. In it,
students will look at each fictional work as an artistic creation
and also as a social document and will, thereby, consider the
ways in which contemporary art reflects and is reflected by
the customs and values of contemporary society. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
ENG:215
POPULAR LITERATURE: FANTASY
AND HORROR
The course will focus on major themes and writers in the
horror and fantasy genre (science fiction may be discussed but
will not be the primary aim of the course). By looking at major
works of fantasy and horror from the gothic romances to the
20th century, students will study the causes, effects and nature
of the genre. Readings will be supplemented by films.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:216
WOMEN IN LITERATURE
An exploration of the role of women in fiction, drama, poetry
and other literary genres, with primary emphasis on works
written by women. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:217
MAJOR BLACK WRITERS
An examination of a selection of works by major black
authors whose writings have gained public attention by virtue
of their excellence or historical significance. Discussions will
include considerations of topical relevance and literary form
and style. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:222
MAJOR BRITISH WRITERS
A survey of the works of major British writers from Chaucer
to Joyce, this course will analyze themes and techniques in
poetry, drama, and prose. The student will discover central
issues in British culture and gain an enriched appreciation of
the British roots and parallels of American culture.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
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ENG:224
FICTION WRITING
This is a workshop for the student who has already
experimented with several forms of creative writing and who
wishes special, focused work in writing stories. The workshop
format will allow for in-depth discussion of student work in
class. Some lectures and other kinds of presentations will be
given, involving various aspects of the writer's activity from
initial inspiration to preparation of manuscripts for publication.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:225
POETRY WRITING
This course is designed for the student who has already
experimented with several types of creative writing and who
wants special work in the writing of poems. A workshop
format will emphasize consideration of student works. Some
lectures and presentations will be given, involving the various
facets of the writer's role from inspiration to preparing
manuscripts for publication. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:226
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
This course will familiarize students with examples of good
children's books, for children from infancy to adolescence. It
will also help students develop the ability to evaluate a book,
analyze its appeal, and present it effectively. (Same course as
EDU:226.) Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:228
STUDIES IN LITERATURE
This course offers a basic introduction to literature, by being
organized around specific themes, historical periods, or genres,
which may vary from semester to semester. Students will learn
how to read, analyze, write about, and appreciate literature by
focusing on particular issues raised by the related works that
the course addresses. Refer to "Schedule of Credit Courses"
for current course topics. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:229
INTERMEDIATE WRITING WORKSHOP
This is a workshop for students of all ages and backgrounds
with some creative writing experience who want to begin or
continue creative writing projects with the support and help
of an instructor and peers. Projects may include poetry, fiction,
scripts, personal essays, memoirs, and career-related writing.
Students will contract to do the kinds of writing projects they
choose. Prerequisites: ENG:110 or permission of the
instructor and Reading Proficiency.
ENG:230
ENVIRONMENTAL LITERATURE
This college-level course is a study of literature about nature
and the environment. The students will read and discuss a
selection of non-fiction, fiction, and poetry written by
prominent authors about the natural world and related topics.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:231
WORLD LITERATURE
This course offers an introduction to literature organized
around works by writers from outside the United States. Its
geographical focus varies from semester to semester, as do its
choices of literary genres. Students will learn how to read,
analyze, write about, and enjoy literature. They will learn to see
literature in its historical and cultural contexts. They will also
grow by learning about literature of other cultures.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
ENG:233
WRITING CREATIVE NONFICTION
This course is for the student who wants to focus on
nonfiction prose forms such as personal essays, travel
narratives, and/or biographies. This workshop format will allow
for in-depth discussion of students' writings in class. Some
lectures and presentations will be given, involving various
aspects of the writer's activity from initial inspiration to
preparation for publication. Prerequisites: ENG:101 with a
grade of "C" or better or equivalent and Reading Proficiency.
ENG:592
STUDENT LITERARY MANUSCRIPT EDITING
This course allows students to study the significance of
student literary manuscripts as well as be exposed to the
various stages of the edited process, which include
acquisitions, permissions, manuscript processing, genre
formatting, proofreading, and copyediting. Students will utilize
design software and course concepts to edit student literary
manuscripts and prepare them for publication. Offered in the
Fall only. Prerequisites: ENG:101, permission of the instructor,
and Reading Proficiency.
Fire Protection
FIR:204
FIRE FIGHTING TACTICS AND STRATEGY
Fundamental strategy and method of attack employed for
various fire problems. Principles of fire fighting as applied to
small and large scale fire problems and problems that are
complex or unique in nature. Some practice with problems
involving the use of tactics and strategy that employ
equipment and manpower at various organizational levels.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
FIR:210
ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURAL
REPRESENTATION-MATERIALS
Basic fundamentals of building plan reading including
conventional delineation, symbols, abbreviations, methods of
showing floor plans, elevations, and dimensions. Also basic
characteristics of various materials and building structural
systems when subjected to fire. Prerequisites: MTH:124 and
Reading Proficiency.
French
FRE:101
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
A beginning course presenting the basic sentence structure
and vocabulary necessary to participate in elementary French
conversation and to begin reading short French passages.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
FRE:102
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
A continuation of FRE:101. Students complete basic elements
of French grammar, increase their vocabulary and gain added
facility in speaking and reading French. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisites: FRE:101 or 2 years of high school
French and Reading Proficiency.
FRE:201
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
A continuation of FRE:102. Emphasis is on becoming proficient
in using the language so that students can function in a
francophone culture. Primary concentration is on developing
speaking and listening skills. Testing is both oral and written.
Prerequisites: FRE:102 or 3 or more years of high school
French and Reading Proficiency.
Funeral Directing
FD:102
FUNERAL SERVICE PSYCHOLOGY
This course studies the implications of grief and bereavement
and the role of the funeral director in counseling the
bereaved. The social role of the funeral director in the
dynamics of grief and an investigation into the changing
attitudes toward death is also studied. Prerequisites: Admitted
to Funeral Directing program and Reading Proficiency.
FD:103
HISTORY OF FUNERAL SERVICE
The historic role of the funeral director is investigated from
ancient to present day as well as projected directions and
functions of the funeral profession. Ethical and legal
implications of these changing trends are discussed. Various
religious, ethnic, fraternal and military practices are studied.
Prerequisites: Admitted to Funeral Directing program and
Reading Proficiency.
Finance
Funeral Service Education
FIN:100
PERSONAL FINANCE
This course involves the study of personal financial planning
and is intended to provide the student with a basis of
knowledge that will enable the individual to better manage
their income while maximizing the value received for the
expenditures made. This course also addresses the
safeguarding of assets and will provide the student with the
tools for developing their own financial plan. Topics may
include financial planning, developing personal financial
statements and plans, insurance needs, basic taxing theories,
and stock market options for personal financial planning.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
FNL:101
ORIENTATION TO FUNERAL SERVICE
An introduction to funeral service; ancient history, historical
development, present funeral practices; values of funeral
service; personal qualifications; ethics. Field trips to investigate
current problem areas in funeral service. Prerequisites: Must
have permission of program director and Reading Proficiency.
FNL:106
DYNAMICS OF GRIEF
This course examines the dynamics of grief and its effect on
the survivors following the death of a loved one. Various
theories related to grief will be examined, as well as public
attitudes about death and the funeral service profession.
Specific helping skills utilized by the funeral director will be
studied and practiced. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
FNL:201
EMBALMING
Procedures and techniques of embalming, embalming theory
and consideration of special treatments. Prerequisites:
BIO:111, FNL:103, sophomore standing in Funeral Service
Education program and Reading Proficiency.
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FNL:206
EMBALMING PRACTICUM I
One laboratory session for one semester in an appropriate
situation. Practical experience in all phases of embalming.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: Previous or
concurrent enrollment in FNL:201 and Reading Proficiency.
General Engineering
GE:101
TECHNICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
This course is an introduction to the use of personal
computers in technology. Topics of this course include PC
hardware, operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets,
graphics and the Internet. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
GE:131
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ORIENTATION
This course introduces students to college level thinking skills,
interpersonal skills, effective study skills and college services
necessary for academic and professional success in
engineering technology. Students will also be exposed to
career opportunities and responsibilities in various fields of
technology. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
GE:290
WORKPLACE LEARNING:
GENERAL ENGINEERING
This workplace-based course provides the student the
opportunity to apply theory and skills learned in the
classroom, learn new skills, and explore career possibilities
while supervised by a professional in the field and a faculty
member. Students will observe and participate in the functions
of the industry to enhance their preparation for entering the
field. Minimum 50 hours per credit hour in the workplace
throughout the term. Prerequisites: Department approval and
Reading Proficiency.
Geography
GEG:100
REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY:
THE EASTERN WORLD
This geography course surveys the continents of Asia, Africa,
Australia and the Pacific World including countries. The survey
includes the physical, cultural, economic, and political roles of
these countries within the family of nations. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
GEG:101
REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY:
THE WESTERN WORLD
This geography course includes a survey of the continents of
Europe, Anglo-America and Latin America, the area’s major
countries and their physical, cultural, economic, and political
roles within the family of nations. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
GEG:103
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
A study of the physical earth, emphasizing the principles of
weather, climate, natural vegetation soils and landforms. This
course may be used to satisfy a natural science requirement.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
GEG:106
U.S. AND WORLD GEOGRAPHY
This geography course surveys the continents of the Earth,
including the nature of living environments of geographical
areas and the geography of cities, their regional functions,
location and cultural landscape. The survey includes weather,
climate, resources, and land forms. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
Geology
GEO:100
EARTH SCIENCE
This introductory geoscience course will focus on the
geologic events since the origin of the earth, the interior
structure of the earth, plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes,
rocks, minerals, and surface processes. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
GEO:103
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
Geologic hazards, natural resources and land-use planning will
be considered with emphasis on problems caused by man.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
GEO:104
PREHISTORIC LIFE
This general paleontology course is a survey of the fossil
record of the history of life and its development on earth
through four billion years of geologic time. Prerequisite:
Reading Proficiency.
GEO:111
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
Introduction to the theoretical and practical aspects of the
composition and structure of the earth. Additional lab hours
required. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
GEO:113
OCEANOGRAPHY
This is a course covering all areas of oceanographic study. The
primary emphasis is physical oceanography, i.e. waves, tides,
currents, shoreline ocean basins, ocean sediments, and
properties of salt water. A portion of the course
(approximately 1/4) covers marine ecology and marine life. A
student completing this course should have a much
heightened awareness of the water mass that covers over
70% of the earth's surface. Man's interactions with this
environment are constantly emphasized. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
German
GER:101
ELEMENTARY GERMAN I
A beginning course presenting the basic sentence structure
and vocabulary necessary to participate in elementary
German conversation and to begin reading short German
passages. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
GER:102
ELEMENTARY GERMAN II
A continuation of GER:101. Students complete the basic
elements of German grammar, increase their vocabulary and
gain added facility in speaking and reading German. Additional
lab hours required. Prerequisites: GER:101 or 2 or more years
of high school German and Reading Proficiency.
GER:201
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
A continuation of GER:102. Emphasis is on speaking German.
A review of grammar assists the student in perfecting basic
skills. A variety of up-to-date literary and cultural selections
are read and form the basis for classroom discussions.
Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: GER:102 or 3 or
more years of high school German and Reading Proficiency.
GER:202
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II
A continuation of GER:201. Emphasis is on spoken German
with continued grammar review. A variety of short stories and
contemporary cultural selections are read and discussed in
class. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites: GER:201 or
4 or more years of high school German and Reading
Proficiency.
Global Education
GLE:101
GLOBAL EDUCATION STUDIES
This course will present an opportunity for students to travel
to and to engage in the direct study of international cultures
in order to foster an enhanced sensitivity to, appreciation of,
and an understanding of the global community. Prerequisites:
Permission of instructor and Reading Proficiency.
Students learn how IT supports healthcare delivery and they
are introduced to health information systems concepts and
applications. Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
HIT:103
HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS
This course describes the organization of healthcare delivery
in the United States. Students are introduced to healthcare
organizations, their structure and operations, external
standards, regulations and initiatives including licensure,
certification, accreditation, and HIPAA. Payment and
reimbursement methodologies are discussed for each type of
healthcare provider and setting. Prerequisite: Reading
Proficiency.
HIT:104
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE
This course provides an overview of disease processes
affecting the human body via an integrated approach to
specific disease entities, including the study of causes, diagnosis
and treatment of disease. Typical health record data is
interpreted. Prerequisites: BIO:215, HIT:101 and Reading
Proficiency.
HIT:105
PHARMACOLOGY FOR HEALTH INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS
This course provides an overview of pharmacy therapy
available for clinical management of patient care. Specific
disease states and the drugs used to alleviate and treat various
conditions are studied. Prerequisites: BIO:215, HIT:101 and
Reading Proficiency.
HIT:106
DIAGNOSIS CODING SYSTEMS I
This course introduces learners to clinical coding,
classifications, taxonomies, nomenclatures and clinical
vocabularies. Students will learn principles and applications of
ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM, DSM-IV and the relationship of
DRGs to coding. Use of computerized encoding and
application software and work processes to support clinical
classification and coding is required. Prerequisites: HIT:101,
HIT:102, BIO:215 and Reading Proficiency.
HIT:107
PROCEDURE CODING SYSTEMS I
This course is an introduction to the clinical coding of ICD-9CM Volume III, CPT-4 (Anesthesia, E&M, Surgical,
Pathology/Laboratory, Radiology and Medicine), HCPCS Level
II codes, ICD-10-PCS and other procedure coding systems.
Reading and interpreting healthcare documentation to classify
services and procedures, and using computerized encoding
software are required. Prerequisites: HIT:101, HIT:102,
BIO:215 and Reading Proficiency.
HIT:109
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I
This course is designed to develop skill in
keyboarding/formatting and in transcribing from machine
dictation in a variety of medical documents, such as forms,
correspondence, consultation and simple reports.
Reinforcement of medical terminology and language skills, use
of reference materials, ethics, and confidentiality are
emphasized. Additional lab hours required. Prerequisites:
HIT:101, IS:102 and Reading Proficiency.
HIT:110
HEALTHCARE LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES
In this course learners investigate ethical issues in healthcare
while examining the procedures and laws that regulate the
content, confidentiality, disclosure, use, and retention of health
information. Patient rights/advocacy, advanced directives,
privacy, release of information, and security policies and
procedures of healthcare organizations will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: HIT:102 and Reading Proficiency.
HIT:201
Health Information Technology
HIT:101
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
This course provides a broad survey of the language of
medicine and health technologies. Students learn to accurately
spell and define common medical terms related to major
disease processes, diagnostic procedures, laboratory tests,
abbreviations, drugs, and treatment modalities. Emphasis is
placed on formation, definition and pronunciation. (Same as
course IS:205). Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.
HIT:102
HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
TECHNOLOGY
This course introduces healthcare data content and structure
including its collection, arrangement, presentation, and
verification. Healthcare data sets, primary and secondary
record systems, and data quality and integrity are introduced.
HEALTH INSURANCE BILLING AND
REIMBURSEMENT
This course prepares learners to compare and contrast health
care payers, illustrate the reimbursement cycle, and comply
with regulatory guidelines. Payment methodologies and
systems are explored. Using computerized encoding and
grouping software, the learner assigns DRGs, APCs, and RUGs.
Chargemaster maintenance and reimbursement monitoring
and reporting are emphasized. Prerequisites: HIT:103, HIT:106
and Reading Proficiency.
HIT:208
ADVANCED CODING APPLICATIONS
Students will apply their knowledge of anatomy, the clinical
disease process, diagnosis and procedural terminology and
pharmacology for correct code assignment and sequencing
using various clinical classification systems. Prerequisites:
HIT:206, HIT:207, and Reading Proficiency.
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FNL:202
FUNERAL MANAGEMENT
Current practice and procedures, funeral direction,
psychological and sociological aspects of funeral service,
funeral home operation, professional overview and image,
professional regulations and effective personnel management.
Prerequisites: Must have permission of program director and
Reading Proficiency.
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HIT:209
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION II
This is an intensive course with emphasis on expanding
medical terminology related to various specialties and on
gaining skill in transcribing medical reports (history and
physical examinations, consultations, operative notes,
discharge summaries). Professionalism, decision-making,
quality/productivity standards, and work priority are stressed.
Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: HIT:109 and Reading Proficiency.
HIT:210
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
This course allows students to experience the AHIMA e-HIM
Virtual Lab in an environment that closely simulates real-world
application of various technologies. Students apply problemsolving and analysis skills, and gain experience and familiarity
with a range of healthcare applications including patient
identification, administrative and reimbursement coding, data
capture, and abstracting. Prerequisites: Permission of
department chairperson or program coordinator and Reading
Proficiency.
HIT:211
ELECTRONIC HEALTH SYSTEMS
This course emphasizes the role of information technology in
healthcare, describes key elements of hea