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Date

Course

Course Title

Location

Day(s)

Time

CRN

10/01 - 10/01

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code ExternCourse Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 2130

42191

10/01 - 10/01

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code ExternCourse Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 2130

42193

10/01 - 10/01

CHSE144

Phlebotomy ExternshipCourse Information
This course is designed to enable the student to apply procedures learned in CHSE 143, Phlebotomy Technician, to a clinical laboratory setting. While at the worksite (clinical laboratory), students will be under the supervision of a preceptor. The course includes required lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills; a practical review of techniques; and worksite experience.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 143 within 1 year and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 2130

42194

10/01 - 10/01

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician ExternshipCourse Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 2130

42200

10/01 - 10/01

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician ExternshipCourse Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 2130

42209

10/03 - 10/10

HUSE293

Healing StrategiesCourse Information
A number of brief topics related to the human service field will be taught in this course. Topics will be of interest to current students, members of the community, paraprofessionals and professionals working in the field. Specific, up-to-date content will vary with each offering.
Prerequisite
Determined by Section

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1700

42140

10/05 - 10/14

ARWS137

Intro to Adobe PhotoshopCourse Information
Learn about Photoshop, the leading digital image editing application for the Internet, print and other new media disciplines. Hands-on course will cover basics in photo manipulation and graphics design.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

MW

1810 - 2200

42673

10/05 - 12/13

CITP110

Intro to Computer ProgrammingCourse Information
Students are introduced to the fundamental techniques for understanding, designing, constructing , and testing object-oriented programs. Topics include: structured program design; basic programming control structures; functions; classes; methods; user interface design; and working with data. Students are required to complete computer-based assignments using Python.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42188

10/05 - 12/13

CITP110

Intro to Computer ProgrammingCourse Information
Students are introduced to the fundamental techniques for understanding, designing, constructing , and testing object-oriented programs. Topics include: structured program design; basic programming control structures; functions; classes; methods; user interface design; and working with data. Students are required to complete computer-based assignments using Python.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42188

10/06 - 10/15

CABS100

Basic DreamweaverCourse Information
An introductory course where you are provided with hands-on activities to gain an understanding of web site design using Adobe Dreamweaver to build HTML and CSS based sites. Focus will be placed on tools used to create page templates, integrated navigation, embedded media and visual styling.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

TR

1810 - 2200

42687

10/07 - 10/21

CHSE110

Nurse Aide: Acute & Long-TermCourse Information
This course will prepare individuals to be nurse aides/PCT's in an acute care setting, long-term care facility, or home health care agency. The course will provide specific knowledge and skills required to deliver safe basic care. Successful completion of this course provides eligibility to take the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Exam.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4
Co-Requisite Course(s)
NCHE 102

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

MWF

0810 - 1530

41437

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1200 - 1700

42710

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1200 - 1700

42710

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1200 - 1700

42710

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1200 - 1700

42710

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE103

CPR RenewalCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1800 - 2150

42718

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE103

CPR RenewalCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1800 - 2150

42718

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE103

CPR RenewalCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1800 - 2150

42718

10/09 - 10/09

NCHE103

CPR RenewalCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1800 - 2150

42718

10/09 - 10/11

EMTA105

Ambulance DrivingCourse Information
This course provides the EMT with practical knowledge and experience to safely operate an ambulance. Course topics include safety strategies, operational laws, defensive driving techniques, and specialized driving maneuvers.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 100 or EMTA 101 or concurrently) and proof of valid driver's license and Department Approval

WCBWest Campus Building

UFS

0810 - 1700

41615

10/10 - 10/10

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1300

42711

10/10 - 10/10

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1300

42711

10/10 - 10/10

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1300

42711

10/10 - 10/10

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1300

42711

10/10 - 10/10

NCHE260

EMS Refresher - EMT BCourse Information
This non credit course serves as a formal refresher to renew national registry and/or State of Michigan EMS license. Designed for current State of Michigan Medical First Responder (MFR), Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Specialist (EMT-B, EMT-S), and Paramedic who need to attend a formal refresher course or would prefer to obtain continuing education via a state-approved program of study.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1800

42722

10/10 - 10/10

NCHE260

EMS Refresher - EMT PCourse Information
This non credit course serves as a formal refresher to renew national registry and/or State of Michigan EMS license. Designed for current State of Michigan Medical First Responder (MFR), Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Specialist (EMT-B, EMT-S), and Paramedic who need to attend a formal refresher course or would prefer to obtain continuing education via a state-approved program of study.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800 - 1800

42723

10/10 - 10/17

CHDV127

Understand Inf/Tod BehaviorCourse Information
This seminar provides practical learning experiences that focus on individual differences, development and temperament as a way to recognize and effectively respond to children's behavior in early childhood programs. Nurturing relationships and caregiver responsiveness to infants and toddlers are emphasized as a foundation for all learning and as an important influence on social-emotional development.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0810 - 1700

41912

10/11 - 10/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800 - 1300

42712

10/11 - 10/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800 - 1300

42712

10/11 - 10/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800 - 1300

42712

10/11 - 10/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800 - 1300

42712

10/11 - 10/11

NCHE260

EMS Refresher - EMT PCourse Information
This non credit course serves as a formal refresher to renew national registry and/or State of Michigan EMS license. Designed for current State of Michigan Medical First Responder (MFR), Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Specialist (EMT-B, EMT-S), and Paramedic who need to attend a formal refresher course or would prefer to obtain continuing education via a state-approved program of study.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800 - 1900

42723

10/12 - 10/21

CABS100

PowerPoint BasicsCourse Information
Microsoft PowerPoint is a fantastic tool to make professional and personal presentations of all types. This class will cover the basic features and functions of PowerPoint and review presentation technique.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

MW

1810 - 2200

42683

10/13 - 10/22

CABS100

Operate&Maintain Your ComputerCourse Information
This course teaches how to better operate your computer and keep it running smoothly. Learn how to check system resources, delete unnecessary files, defragment your hard disk, check your hard disk for errors, install additional memory, speed up your computer, install Windows updates, know how and where to save files, understand virus and spyware protection, and use a flash disk.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

TR

1410 - 1800

42679

10/15 - 10/15

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code ExternCourse Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 1830

42191

10/15 - 10/15

CHSE144

Phlebotomy ExternshipCourse Information
This course is designed to enable the student to apply procedures learned in CHSE 143, Phlebotomy Technician, to a clinical laboratory setting. While at the worksite (clinical laboratory), students will be under the supervision of a preceptor. The course includes required lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills; a practical review of techniques; and worksite experience.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 143 within 1 year and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1210 - 1300

42194

10/15 - 10/15

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician ExternshipCourse Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 1830

42200

10/15 - 12/14

ACCG161

Accounting with QuickbooksCourse Information
Students will have hands-on experience in setting up an accounting system for a new or existing company using the QuickBooks general ledger accounting software. Students also will learn how to perform numerous types of accounting procedures using QuickBooks.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Math Level 4

GBGannon Building

TR

1540 - 1730

40323

10/15 - 12/14

ARTS102

Design & CommunicationCourse Information
An examination of visual communications theory, process and history. Students will study the universal elements and principles of two-dimensional design and their applications in monochromatic, still, and time-based media.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42742

10/15 - 12/14

ARTS102

Design & CommunicationCourse Information
An examination of visual communications theory, process and history. Students will study the universal elements and principles of two-dimensional design and their applications in monochromatic, still, and time-based media.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42742

10/15 - 12/14

AUTM112

Battery/Start/Charge SystemsCourse Information
This course covers automotive battery, starter and charging systems theory, operation and diagnosis. This course meets NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) and Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) standards for electricity/electronics.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 110 or concurrently) or AUTO 111) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

R

1010 - 1200

42618

10/15 - 12/14

AUTM112

Battery/Start/Charge SystemsCourse Information
This course covers automotive battery, starter and charging systems theory, operation and diagnosis. This course meets NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) and Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) standards for electricity/electronics.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 110 or concurrently) or AUTO 111) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

T

0810 - 1200

42618

10/15 - 12/14

AUTM115

Snap-On Diagnostic Equip CertCourse Information
Technicians need high tech skills to operate and understand diagnostic tools and service information. Snap-On Certification is for the person who wants to be the best in the industry. The hands-on training with multiple meters, lab scopes, scan tools and service information will make students advanced users of Snap-On diagnostic equipment.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 101 or concurrently) or AUTO 100) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

TR

1810 - 2100

42623

10/15 - 12/14

BIOL121

Biol Foundation for PhysiologyCourse Information
Topics include atomic structure, chemical bonding, organic molecules, biological molecules, enzymes, metabolism, cell structure and function, passage of materials across membranes, harvesting energy, mitosis, meiosis, and the relationship between DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis. Designed for students preparing for health careers. Recommended prerequisite for BIOL 201 and 202.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41885

10/15 - 12/14

BIOL121

Biol Foundation for PhysiologyCourse Information
Topics include atomic structure, chemical bonding, organic molecules, biological molecules, enzymes, metabolism, cell structure and function, passage of materials across membranes, harvesting energy, mitosis, meiosis, and the relationship between DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis. Designed for students preparing for health careers. Recommended prerequisite for BIOL 201 and 202.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41885

10/15 - 12/14

BLDT180

Builder Pre-Licensure PrepCourse Information
This course will provide the student with the information needed to pass the Michigan Builder’s License Examination as well as techniques for running a successful contracting business. It is approved by the State of Michigan and satisfies the 60-hour pre-license course requirement. The program is for anyone who is interested in becoming a licensed contractor in Michigan.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level 4

WCBWest Campus Building

TR

1810 - 2200

42547

10/15 - 12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to BusinessCourse Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40711

10/15 - 12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to BusinessCourse Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41342

10/15 - 12/14

BUSN201

International BusinessCourse Information
Overview of international business: organizational, social, cultural, and economic variables that create change in the international marketplace. Includes exchange rates, resource allocation, import quotas and export controls, balance of payments, and free trade versus protectionism.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40725

10/15 - 12/14

CHDV186

Child Self-Esteem/Positive DisCourse Information
This course looks at children's self-esteem: what it is, where it comes from, and how it can be fostered in both home and early education settings. It focuses on practical suggestions and teaches positive guidance and discipline techniques that build self-esteem. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41913

10/15 - 12/14

CHDV186

Child Self-Esteem/Positive DisCourse Information
This course looks at children's self-esteem: what it is, where it comes from, and how it can be fostered in both home and early education settings. It focuses on practical suggestions and teaches positive guidance and discipline techniques that build self-esteem. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41913

10/15 - 12/14

CHSE131

Electronic Hlth Records IntroCourse Information
This course introduces students to the Electronic Health Record (EHR) and its impact on health career-related job responsibilities. Through hands-on experience, students gain an awareness of how EHRs are used in different healthcare settings and how they change the nature of the work performed by individuals throughout the health care field.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4 and (minimum 2.5 in CHSE 120 or concurrently)

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

T

1740 - 2130

41822

10/15 - 12/14

CITA110

Intro to Microsoft OfficeCourse Information
This course provides an introduction to MS Office. It is designed to develop basic operational proficiency while using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). Students learn how to use word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software. Topics include creating business letters, business memos, elementary spreadsheets, elementary database structures, and slide presentations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40824

10/15 - 12/14

CITA110

Intro to Microsoft OfficeCourse Information
This course provides an introduction to MS Office. It is designed to develop basic operational proficiency while using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). Students learn how to use word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software. Topics include creating business letters, business memos, elementary spreadsheets, elementary database structures, and slide presentations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40824

10/15 - 12/14

CITF108

Microsoft WindowsCourse Information
This course is designed to provide students with a broad base of knowledge that is necessary for enhancing PC productivity through the efficient utilization of Microsoft Windows for file, application, and system use and management. Topics include the use of Windows Interface Objects, Utilities, Help features, Multimedia features, Internet features, closely related applications, and Applets.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 3

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40924

10/15 - 12/14

CITF108

Microsoft WindowsCourse Information
This course is designed to provide students with a broad base of knowledge that is necessary for enhancing PC productivity through the efficient utilization of Microsoft Windows for file, application, and system use and management. Topics include the use of Windows Interface Objects, Utilities, Help features, Multimedia features, Internet features, closely related applications, and Applets.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 3

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40924

10/15 - 12/14

CITF110

Intro Computer Info SystemsCourse Information
This course provides an introduction to computers, their role in managing business information systems, their influence on society, and their use in personal productivity. It includes a hands-on introduction to major microcomputer tools: word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, and database management systems.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40932

10/15 - 12/14

CITF110

Intro Computer Info SystemsCourse Information
This course provides an introduction to computers, their role in managing business information systems, their influence on society, and their use in personal productivity. It includes a hands-on introduction to major microcomputer tools: word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, and database management systems.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40932

10/15 - 12/14

CITN245

Connecting NetworksCourse Information
This course discusses the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex network. This course is the fourth course in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum and can lead to Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Certification.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in CITN 240 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

WCBWest Campus Building

TR

1810 - 2100

41711

10/15 - 12/14

CITW160

Web Site Dsgn & Development ICourse Information
This course explores techniques of web page construction using HTML and CSS languages. Students will construct individual web pages using HTML to contain graphics, text, and web forms with presentation controlled by CSS style sheets. Within a team, students will demonstrate their understanding and application of the concepts introduced during the semester.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41012

10/15 - 12/14

CITW160

Web Site Dsgn & Development ICourse Information
This course explores techniques of web page construction using HTML and CSS languages. Students will construct individual web pages using HTML to contain graphics, text, and web forms with presentation controlled by CSS style sheets. Within a team, students will demonstrate their understanding and application of the concepts introduced during the semester.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

WCBWest Campus Building

T

1910 - 2100

41012

10/15 - 12/14

ECON202

Principles of Economics-MacroCourse Information
This course addresses the theory of national income, employment and the price level, and government fiscal and monetary policies designed to influence aggregate economic activity. It also addresses exchange rates, international financial relationships, and economic growth.
Prerequisite
ECON 201 or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40072

10/15 - 12/14

ELTA106

Basic Electrical CalculationsCourse Information
Reviews mathematical concepts required of the electrical technician in his/her study of electrical theory: fractions, ratios, proportions, powers and roots as used in Ohm’s and Watt’s Laws. Basic right triangle trigonometry, graphing and the reading of a tape measure are also discussed. A basic scientific calculator will be required and used in class.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 4

WCBWest Campus Building

TR

1810 - 2000

42578

10/15 - 12/14

ELTA180

Introduction to Fire AlarmsCourse Information
This course provides an introduction to the installation and operation of fire alarm systems. Topics covered include: wiring methods, components, circuit types, system types and code rules.
Prerequisite
Minimum 3.0 in (ELTA 160 or ELTE 260) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

R

1800 - 2000

42577

10/15 - 12/14

ELTE109

Applied Electric CircuitsCourse Information
This course applies the concepts covered in ELTE 108 (formerly ELTE 118), to conductance in gases and liquids; batteries; magnetism and motor operation. Conductor sizing, basic household wiring, electrical service components and the State of Michigan licensing law are addressed. Combined with ELTE 108 or ELTE 118, curricular requirements for ELTE 110 are fulfilled.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (ELTE 100 or ELTE 102 or DCTM 102 or HVAC 102 or METS 102 or WELD 102 or concurrently) and (ELTE 108 or ELTE 118 or concurrently) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

Arr

TBD

42244

10/15 - 12/14

ELTE109

Applied Electric CircuitsCourse Information
This course applies the concepts covered in ELTE 108 (formerly ELTE 118), to conductance in gases and liquids; batteries; magnetism and motor operation. Conductor sizing, basic household wiring, electrical service components and the State of Michigan licensing law are addressed. Combined with ELTE 108 or ELTE 118, curricular requirements for ELTE 110 are fulfilled.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (ELTE 100 or ELTE 102 or DCTM 102 or HVAC 102 or METS 102 or WELD 102 or concurrently) and (ELTE 108 or ELTE 118 or concurrently) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

Arr

TBD

42244

10/15 - 12/14

EMTA104

Basic EMT IVCourse Information
The fourth course in a sequence of five to prepare the student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on the overall delivery of basic emergency care through simulated emergencies.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 101 and EMTA 102)
Co-Requisite Course(s)
EMTA 103 and EMTA 112

WCBWest Campus Building

Arr

TBD

41336

10/15 - 12/14

EMTA104

Basic EMT IVCourse Information
The fourth course in a sequence of five to prepare the student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on the overall delivery of basic emergency care through simulated emergencies.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 101 and EMTA 102)
Co-Requisite Course(s)
EMTA 103 and EMTA 112

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

WR

0810 - 1200

41336

10/15 - 12/14

EMTA104

Basic EMT IVCourse Information
The fourth course in a sequence of five to prepare the student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on the overall delivery of basic emergency care through simulated emergencies.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 101 and EMTA 102)
Co-Requisite Course(s)
EMTA 103 and EMTA 112

TBD

Arr

TBD

42126

10/15 - 12/14

EMTA104

Basic EMT IVCourse Information
The fourth course in a sequence of five to prepare the student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on the overall delivery of basic emergency care through simulated emergencies.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 101 and EMTA 102)
Co-Requisite Course(s)
EMTA 103 and EMTA 112

LIVEMSLivingston County EMS

WR

0810 - 1200

42126

10/15 - 12/14

ESOL055

Grammar & Sentence Writg SkillCourse Information
Designed for ESOL level 1 students who need to learn the fundamentals of the English grammar system using Standard Written English to write clear and complete sentences. Course related computer technology will be introduced. Class readings will help students improve knowledge of American history and culture.
Prerequisite
Placement Test

GBGannon Building

WF

0810 - 1200

42229

10/15 - 12/14

ESOL095

Grammar and Essay Writing SkilCourse Information
Designed for high-intermediate level ESOL students. Emphasis is on form and usage of perfect verb tenses and complex sentence structures in Standard Written English, and on fundamentals of essay development. Word processing skills are required. A process approach to writing is used. Class readings emphasize American history and culture.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (ESOL 070 and ESOL 075) or Placement Test

GBGannon Building

WF

0810 - 1200

41396

10/15 - 12/14

GRMN115

Conversational German ICourse Information
This is a course for students with little or no knowledge of German, emphasizing communication in every life situation and travel abroad. Students learn correct pronunciation, essential language structures, and a practical vocabulary applied in conversational exchanges. German culture is strongly emphasized through film and other media.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

TR

1610 - 1900

41580

10/15 - 12/14

MASG241

Massage Clinic IICourse Information
Students will progressively utilize the knowledge, skills, and practical experience attained throughout the Therapeutic Massage Program in a clinical setting and in an event massage. The student will be engaged in weekly scheduled massage sessions with clients in this second of three clinical courses.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in all previous MASG courses and Program Approval

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

W

1740 - 2200

42565

10/15 - 12/14

MATH122

Precalculus IICourse Information
Second in two-course sequence, following MATH 121. Topics include right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions, graphs, identities and equations, inverse trig functions, laws of sines/cosines, polar coordinates, vectors, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, series, conic sections, parametric equations, permutations, combinations, and binomial theorem. Degree credit may not be earned in both MATH 121/122 and MATH 126.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 121 within 2 years or Math Level 7 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

GBGannon Building

TRF

1010 - 1200

41164

10/15 - 12/14

MGMT201

Time Management for BusinessCourse Information
Learners will discover basic principles and techniques of time management that can be applied to both personal and professional situations. Students will learn how to manage time using tools and techniques to maximize productivity.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42013

10/15 - 12/14

MGMT202

Managing Difficult PeopleCourse Information
This course provides practical strategies to overcome negativity and difficult behaviors of people in the workplace. This includes defining types of difficult employees, understanding an intervention model, and addressing difficult behaviors.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41986

10/15 - 12/14

MGMT203

Managing MeetingsCourse Information
Students will learn how to implement quality measures in order to increase productivity of meetings. Skills learned will include the strategies to improve meeting effectiveness, either as a leader or participant. These are fundamentals of conducting and managing meetings, causes of conflict in meetings, and techniques to build a positive climate.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41988

10/15 - 12/14

MGMT225

Principles of Mgmt/LeadershipCourse Information
Designed to reflect the dynamics of our changing world, this course covers such topics as management/leadership functions/processes, quality, ethics, global issues and the challenges and opportunities of diversity. Emphasis is on theories and skills of management and leadership at the mid-organizational level.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42164

10/15 - 12/14

MGMT300

Leading for PossibilityCourse Information
Provides an overview of the changing roles of leadership within an organization and lays a foundation for exploration of the emerging roles and functions of leadership in today's changing environments. Theories and skills are applied to a variety of organizational settings.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41073

10/15 - 12/14

MGMT304

Organization DevelopmentCourse Information
Based on the assumption that all managers and leaders must recognize, plan for, and manage organizational change, this course examines the process of improving organization effectiveness by means of a systematic change program. Students practice identifying problems, selecting appropriate interventions, building action plans, and developing facilitator skills.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42016

10/15 - 12/14

PFHW181

Stress ManagementCourse Information
This course helps students understand the basic components of the stress response and how they limit our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Students learn and apply basic principles that help to resolve stressful situations and lead to greater sense of ease and pleasure in life, work and relationships.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41548

10/15 - 12/14

PFHW181

Stress ManagementCourse Information
This course helps students understand the basic components of the stress response and how they limit our physical, mental and emotional well-being. Students learn and apply basic principles that help to resolve stressful situations and lead to greater sense of ease and pleasure in life, work and relationships.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41953

10/15 - 12/14

REAL274

Real Estate Pre-License FundCourse Information
Intense study in the fundamentals of real estate. Preparation for the State of Michigan License Examination, administered by the Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP). This class meets statutory requirements including four hours in fair housing.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41859

10/15 - 12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to SociologyCourse Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40152

10/15 - 12/14

ARWS120

Basic DrawingCourse Information
This course will introduce you to the basic approaches and techniques involved in drawing objects using the concepts of line, shape, value, and perspective and using a variety of materials such as charcoal, graphic pencil, and felt tip pen. In this studio course you will learn about the development of imagery and expression, observational and imaginative drawing. Identify light sources and value gradations. Demonstrate proportion and scale. Intended for non-art majors, this class is open to all who want to draw.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

T

1840 - 2130

41933

10/15 - 12/14

ARWS141

Watercolor WorkshopCourse Information
A collage of watercolor techniques emphasizing classical and experimental watercolor for both beginning and advanced students. This condensed workshop is designed to provide you with an overview of watercolor tools and techniques.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

T

1840 - 2130

41934

10/15 - 12/14

ARWS224

Cartooning WorkshopCourse Information
An introduction to cartooning that will help you develop characters: head shapes, expressions, exaggerated bodies and actions. Caricatures and basic shading techniques will be used to create a simple comic strip. Previous drawing experience helpful, but not required.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

R

1810 - 2000

41936

10/15 - 12/14

CABS100

Excel Basics OnlineCourse Information
Simplify the management of information and financial records in your life by learning basic Excel spreadsheet skills. You will learn to navigate the Excel Ribbon, create formulas, sort and filter data, create charts and use common financial functions. Be involved in your learning in this online course using the interactive training resource, MyITlab.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41955

10/15 - 12/14

CABS100

Excel Intermediate OnlineCourse Information
Take your Microsoft Excel skills to the next level in this course that presents powerful tools to boost your productivity. Learn to effectively use SmartArt graphics, create columns, use mail merge for letters and mailing labels. Master Styles and Themes to add a professional touch to everything you create. Be involved in your learning in this online course using the interactive resource, MyITlab.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41956

10/15 - 12/14

CABS100

Word Basics OnlineCourse Information
This course will help you become more productive using Microsoft Word, a powerful and popular word-processing program. In this Level 1 course you will learn to navigate the Word Ribbon, edit and format text, add and modify graphics, create tables and bulleted lists. You will be engaged in the learning process through videos, practice exercises, and immediate feedback on your progress by using the online interactive training resource, MyITlab.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41958

10/15 - 12/14

CABS100

Word Intermediate OnlineCourse Information
Take your Microsoft Word skills to the next level in this course that presents powerful tools to boost your productivity. Learn how to effectively use SmartArt graphics, create columns, and use mail merge for letters and mailing labels. Master Styles and Themes to add a professional touch to everything you create. You will be assisted in your learning through using the online resource, MyITlab.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41959

10/15 - 12/14

CABS100

PowerPoint Basics OnlineCourse Information
Learn the essentials for creating impressive presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. You will learn to navigate the PowerPoint Ribbon and create slides using bulleted lists, tables and charts. You will learn how to make presentations come alive with SmartArt, photos, animation, and visual effects. Mastering the skills to create powerful presentations is engaging and fun using the online interactive training resource, MyITlab.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41961

10/15 - 12/14

CABS100

PowerPoint Intermediate OnlineCourse Information
If you are ready to learn more advanced skills after completing PowerPoint Basics, this is the course for you. Learn to increase the effectiveness of your presentations by using tables, charts and enhanced graphics. Make your presentation come alive with custom animation effects and interactive action buttons. Create custom templates, slide masters and Web pages of your presentation. And finally, have fun learning how to create a PowerPoint photo album to showcase your favorite pictures for your next family union.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41962

10/15 - 12/14

NCBD050

Builder's Pre-Licensure PrepCourse Information
Skilled tradespersons and job seekers who need to gain skills and knowledge in order to obtain or retain employment in building, design, and industries utilzing tradespersons.
Prerequisite
None

WCBWest Campus Building

TR

1810 - 2200

42699

10/15 - 12/14

NCCE200

Cartooning WorkshopCourse Information
This non-credit series of courses focuses on personal creativity through music and the arts. Seminars provide students hands-on opportunities in the areas of instrumental or vocal music, photography, or the visual and performing arts.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

R

1810 - 2000

42318

10/15 - 12/14

NCCT300

Spanish for BusinessCourse Information
This course is designed to develop spoken and written communication skills in business Spanish. Emphasizes question-answer patterns, high-frequency expressions and key vocabulary in business. Students will perform reading and writing exercises, practice vocabulary and dialogues essential to specific business-related situations, and study cultural topics relevant to Spanish in business settings.
Prerequisite
None

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42724

10/15 - 12/14

NCCT500

Accounting with QuickbooksCourse Information
Students will have hands-on experience in setting up an accounting system for a new or existing company using the QuickBooks general ledger accounting software. Students also will learn how to perform numerous types of accounting procedures using QuickBooks.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

TR

1540 - 1730

42728

10/19 - 12/07

ESOL055

Grammar & Sentence Writg SkillCourse Information
Designed for ESOL level 1 students who need to learn the fundamentals of the English grammar system using Standard Written English to write clear and complete sentences. Course related computer technology will be introduced. Class readings will help students improve knowledge of American history and culture.
Prerequisite
Placement Test

GBGannon Building

M

0810 - 1200

42229

10/19 - 12/07

ESOL095

Grammar and Essay Writing SkilCourse Information
Designed for high-intermediate level ESOL students. Emphasis is on form and usage of perfect verb tenses and complex sentence structures in Standard Written English, and on fundamentals of essay development. Word processing skills are required. A process approach to writing is used. Class readings emphasize American history and culture.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (ESOL 070 and ESOL 075) or Placement Test

GBGannon Building

M

0810 - 1200

41396

10/19 - 12/11

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code ExternCourse Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

WKSITEVarious Worksites

Arr

Arr

42193

10/19 - 12/11

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician ExternshipCourse Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

WKSITEVarious Worksites

Arr

Arr

42209

10/20 - 10/29

CABS100

MAC BasicsCourse Information
Do you really know what your MAC can do? Realize the full potential of your computer by gaining fundamental MAC skills. This course will explore Expose, Spaces, Finder, Dashboard, Widgets; file management, important applications, and much more!
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

TR

1810 - 2200

42681

10/20 - 11/10

MASG251A

Polarity TherapyCourse Information
Polarity therapy balances the human energy field. Students will learn polarity energetic theory and a basic flow of hands-on polarity energy balancing techniques. Topics will also include how to locate specialized training programs and how to blend polarity techniques into a massage session.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in all previous semester MASG courses and Program Approval

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

T

1740 - 2130

42566

10/20 - 12/14

EMTA103

Basic EMT IIICourse Information
The third in a sequence of five courses to prepare the student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on didactic material including the recognition and management of environmental and medical emergencies; verbal, written and radio communications; triage, emergency childbirth; and pediatric emergencies.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 101 and EMTA 102)
Co-requisite Course(s)
EMTA 104 and EMTA 112

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

MT

0810 - 1200

41335

10/20 - 12/14

EMTA103

Basic EMT IIICourse Information
The third in a sequence of five courses to prepare the student as a Basic EMT. Emphasis is placed on didactic material including the recognition and management of environmental and medical emergencies; verbal, written and radio communications; triage, emergency childbirth; and pediatric emergencies.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 101 and EMTA 102)
Co-requisite Course(s)
EMTA 104 and EMTA 112

LIVEMSLivingston County EMS

MT

0810 - 1200

42125

10/21 - 12/14

AUTB104

Damage Analysis Estim/Cust SrvCourse Information
This course prepares students to analyze collision damage, determine what parts are needed for repair, and calculate labor allowances to figure the total cost of repair. Collision repair manuals and computer programs will be used as sources of information. Customer relations and sale’s techniques will be included.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (AUTB 101 or concurrently) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

MW

1810 - 2100

42599

10/21 - 12/14

AUTM112

Battery/Start/Charge SystemsCourse Information
This course covers automotive battery, starter and charging systems theory, operation and diagnosis. This course meets NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) and Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) standards for electricity/electronics.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 110 or concurrently) or AUTO 111) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

M

1310 - 1500

42619

10/21 - 12/14

AUTM112

Battery/Start/Charge SystemsCourse Information
This course covers automotive battery, starter and charging systems theory, operation and diagnosis. This course meets NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) and Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) standards for electricity/electronics.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 110 or concurrently) or AUTO 111) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

W

1310 - 1700

42619

10/21 - 12/14

AUTM112

Battery/Start/Charge SystemsCourse Information
This course covers automotive battery, starter and charging systems theory, operation and diagnosis. This course meets NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) and Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) standards for electricity/electronics.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 110 or concurrently) or AUTO 111) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

M

1810 - 2000

42620

10/21 - 12/14

AUTM112

Battery/Start/Charge SystemsCourse Information
This course covers automotive battery, starter and charging systems theory, operation and diagnosis. This course meets NATEF Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) and Master Automotive Service Technology (MAST) standards for electricity/electronics.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 110 or concurrently) or AUTO 111) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

W

1810 - 2200

42620

10/21 - 12/14

AUTM115

Snap-On Diagnostic Equip CertCourse Information
Technicians need high tech skills to operate and understand diagnostic tools and service information. Snap-On Certification is for the person who wants to be the best in the industry. The hands-on training with multiple meters, lab scopes, scan tools and service information will make students advanced users of Snap-On diagnostic equipment.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 101 or concurrently) or AUTO 100) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

MW

0910 - 1200

42621

10/21 - 12/14

AUTM115

Snap-On Diagnostic Equip CertCourse Information
Technicians need high tech skills to operate and understand diagnostic tools and service information. Snap-On Certification is for the person who wants to be the best in the industry. The hands-on training with multiple meters, lab scopes, scan tools and service information will make students advanced users of Snap-On diagnostic equipment.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ((AUTM 101 or concurrently) or AUTO 100) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

WCBWest Campus Building

MW

1810 - 2100

42622

10/21 - 12/14

CITN225

Routing & Switching EssentialsCourse Information
This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of devices in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. This course is the second course in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum, and can lead to Cisco CCENT Certification
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in CITN 220 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

WCBWest Campus Building

MW

1810 - 2100

41345

10/21 - 12/14

CITN225

Routing & Switching EssentialsCourse Information
This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of devices in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. This course is the second course in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum, and can lead to Cisco CCENT Certification
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in CITN 220 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

WCBWest Campus Building

MW

1240 - 1530

41706

10/21 - 12/14

ELTA106

Basic Electrical CalculationsCourse Information
Reviews mathematical concepts required of the electrical technician in his/her study of electrical theory: fractions, ratios, proportions, powers and roots as used in Ohm’s and Watt’s Laws. Basic right triangle trigonometry, graphing and the reading of a tape measure are also discussed. A basic scientific calculator will be required and used in class.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 4

WCBWest Campus Building

MW

0940 - 1130

42579

10/21 - 12/14

ELTA155

Transformer FundamentalsCourse Information
No Information Available
Prerequisite
No Information Available

WCBWest Campus Building

M

1610 - 1900

42170

10/21 - 12/14

ELTA155

Transformer FundamentalsCourse Information
No Information Available
Prerequisite
No Information Available

TBD

W

1610 - 1900

42170

10/21 - 12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to SociologyCourse Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

A&SArts and Sciences

MW

1210 - 1600

42422

10/21 - 12/14

SPAN104

Spanish for BusinessCourse Information
This course is designed to develop spoken and written communication skills in business Spanish. Emphasizes question-answer patterns, high-frequency expressions and key vocabulary in business. Students will perform reading and writing exercises, practice vocabulary and dialogues essential to specific business-related situations, and study cultural topics relevant to Spanish in business settings.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42009

10/21 - 12/14

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the WorkplaceCourse Information
Introduction to oral communication skills in business and technology. Students will learn to interact effectively in diverse workplace situations. Activities include participating in interviews, managing group dynamics, giving planned presentations, and using current technology to enhance business communication. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

MBMackinaw Building

MW

1810 - 2100

40224

10/22 - 10/22

MASG241

Massage Clinic IICourse Information
Students will progressively utilize the knowledge, skills, and practical experience attained throughout the Therapeutic Massage Program in a clinical setting and in an event massage. The student will be engaged in weekly scheduled massage sessions with clients in this second of three clinical courses.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in all previous MASG courses and Program Approval

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740 - 2130

42565

10/23 - 10/23

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

TBD

42731

10/23 - 10/23

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

TBD

42731

10/23 - 10/23

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

TBD

42731

10/23 - 10/23

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care ProfCourse Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

TBD

42731

10/23 - 11/04

CHSE110

Nurse Aide: Acute & Long-TermCourse Information
This course will prepare individuals to be nurse aides/PCT's in an acute care setting, long-term care facility, or home health care agency. The course will provide specific knowledge and skills required to deliver safe basic care. Successful completion of this course provides eligibility to take the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Exam.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4
Co-Requisite Course(s)
NCHE 102

HOSPVarious Hospitals

MWF

0700 - 1400

41437

10/26 - 11/04

CABS100

Word BasicsCourse Information
CABS 100 seminars are designed for anyone who wants to learn software but does not need mastery-level proficiency. Windows experience recommended for all seminars except "Computers for Beginners and Maintaining Your Computer". Office 2010 versions of software used in all other classes.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

MW

1810 - 2200

42684

10/26 - 11/17

CHSE108

Long-Term Care Nurse AideCourse Information
This course will prepare an individual to be a nurse aide in a long-term care facility or home health care agency. This state-approved course will provide specific knowledge and skills required for a nurse aide to safely function in a long-term care setting. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to take the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Exam.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

MTWR

0810 - 1530

42536

10/26 - 12/14

MATH122

Precalculus IICourse Information
Second in two-course sequence, following MATH 121. Topics include right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions, graphs, identities and equations, inverse trig functions, laws of sines/cosines, polar coordinates, vectors, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, series, conic sections, parametric equations, permutations, combinations, and binomial theorem. Degree credit may not be earned in both MATH 121/122 and MATH 126.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 121 within 2 years or Math Level 7 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

GBGannon Building

M

1010 - 1200

41164

10/27 - 11/12

CHSE108

Long-Term Care Nurse AideCourse Information
This course will prepare an individual to be a nurse aide in a long-term care facility or home health care agency. This state-approved course will provide specific knowledge and skills required for a nurse aide to safely function in a long-term care setting. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to take the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Exam.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

WKSITEVarious Worksites

TR

0700 - 1330

41608

10/27 - 11/17

MASG110

Massage for Non-MajorsCourse Information
This course provides instruction in basic Swedish massage therapy skills for non-majors. Along with a brief introduction to the history and principles of massage therapy, the student will learn to perform a professionally draped, full-body Swedish massage on a partner for health enhancement.
Prerequisite
Must be 18 years of age

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

T

1010 - 1400

41611

10/27 - 11/17

NCCT700

Massage for Non-MajorsCourse Information
This course provides instruction in basic Swedish massage therapy skills for non-majors. Along with a brief introduction to the history and principles of massage therapy, the student will learn to perform a professionally draped, full-body Swedish massage on a partner for health enhancement.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

T

1010 - 1400

42729

10/29 - 11/19

MASG110

Massage for Non-MajorsCourse Information
This course provides instruction in basic Swedish massage therapy skills for non-majors. Along with a brief introduction to the history and principles of massage therapy, the student will learn to perform a professionally draped, full-body Swedish massage on a partner for health enhancement.
Prerequisite
Must be 18 years of age

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1710 - 2100

41921

10/29 - 11/19

NCCT700

Massage for Non-MajorsCourse Information
This course provides instruction in basic Swedish massage therapy skills for non-majors. Along with a brief introduction to the history and principles of massage therapy, the student will learn to perform a professionally draped, full-body Swedish massage on a partner for health enhancement.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1710 - 2100

42730

10/30 - 10/30

GERO191

Dementia: Creating Well-BeingCourse Information
This course consists of a series of seminars which address current issues in the field of gerontology. The seminars are designed to provide up-to-date information on selected, high-interest subjects concerning human aging.
Prerequisite
Determined by Section

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

1300 - 1700

42132

 

 

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Phone: (517) 483-1200
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