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801 Main Street NWHanceville, AL 35077

256/352-8000•866/350-WSCC

Visit our website atwww.wallacestate.edu

Non-Profit Org.U.S. Postage

PAIDHanceville, ALPermit #7

The Wallace State Community College campus is located in the heart ofNorth Alabama, eight miles south of Cullman, on U.S. Highway 31 within thecity limits of Hanceville. Students who commute find it convenient becauseof its strategic location - 60 miles south of Huntsville, 40 miles south ofDecatur, and 45 miles north of Birmingham, off U.S. Interstate 65.

Fall Schedule 2009256/352-8000

www.wallacestate.edu

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life lessordinary.

OFF CAMPUSINSTRUCTIONAL SITES:Wallace State Centerat Hayden High SchoolHayden, AL

Wallace State Centerat J.B. Pennington High SchoolBlountsville, AL

Wallace State Centerat Addison High SchoolAddison, AL

Wallace State Centerat Brewer High SchoolEva, AL

For information about off campuscenters, call 256/352-8050or 256/352-8236.

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academic calendarJuneFall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..............................................8:30 a.m. .................................................................Thursday, June 11Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..............................................8:30 a.m..................................................................Thursday, June 18Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..............................................8:30 a.m..................................................................Thursday, June 25

JulyHoliday (Independence Day) .............................................WSCC Closed .....................................................................Friday, July 3Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..............................................8:30 a.m. ................................................................Wednesday, July 8Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation .............................................8:30 a.m......................................................................Thursday, July 9Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation .............................................8:30 a.m......................................................................Monday, July 13Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..............................................3:00 p.m. ...................................................................Tuesday, July 14Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..............................................8:30 a.m. ..............................................................Wednesday, July 15Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation ....................................8:30 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. ........................................................Thursday, July 16Early Online Registration Begins.................................www.wallacestate.edu ..........................................................Monday, July 20Early On-site Registration Begins..............................................................................................................................Monday, July 27

AugustFaculty Duty Days .............................................................................................................................Thursday-Monday, August 6-10On-site and Online Registration Ends...................................................................................................................Monday, August 10Tuition and Fees Due .......................................................Cashier’s Office..........................................................Tuesday, August 11Online Registration Reopens..........................................................................................................................Wednesday, August 12Faculty Duty Day ....................................................................................................................................................Friday, August 14Convocation ..........................................................................................................................................................Monday, August 17Registration .........................................................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 18Tuition and Fees Due .......................................................Cashier’s Office..........................................................Tuesday, August 18Dorm Move-In Day...............................................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 18Athletic Orientation ................................................................2:00 p.m................................................................Tuesday, August 18Classes Begin (Regular, Mini-Term I) .............................................................................................................Wednesday, August 19Late Registration, Drop/Add (Mini-Term I) ......................................................................................................Wednesday, August 19Late Registration, Drop/Add (Regular) ...........................................................................................Thursday-Tuesday, August 20-25Tuition Due Daily ........................................................................................................................Wednesday-Tuesday, August 19-25

SeptemberLabor Day ..........................................................................WSCC Closed .......................................................Monday, September 7Last day to withdraw from Mini-Term I .....................................................................................................Wednesday, September 23

OctoberEnd of Mini-Term I ................................................................................................................................................Tuesday, October 6Registration for Mini-Term II ............................................................................................................................Wednesday, October 7Mini-Term II Begins .................................................................……….................................................................Thursday, October 8Late Registration, Drop/Add Mini-Term II ..............................…….……..............................................................Thursday, October 8

NovemberVeterans Day .....................................................................WSCC Closed ................................................Wednesday, November 11Spring 2010 Lions’ Pride ..............................................8:30 a.m. & 3:00 p.m.................................................Tuesday, November 17Last day to withdraw (Regular, Mini-Term II).................................................................................................Thursday, November 19 State Professional Development..........................................No Classes ...............................Monday-Wednesday, November 23-25Thanksgiving .....................................................................WSCC Closed ...................................Thursday-Friday, November 26-27

DecemberFinal Exams ................................................................................…. .......................................Wednesday-Tuesday, December 9-15Faculty Duty Days.....................................................................................................................Wednesday-Friday, December 16-18Grades Due...................................................................................................................................................Thursday, December 17Christmas Holidays............................................................WSCC Closed .................. Wednesday, December 23-Friday, January 1

Important Dates for Spring 2010Early Online Registration Begins for Spring Semester .................Monday, November 23 Early On-Site Registration Begins for Spring Semester................Monday, November 30Registration for Spring Semester...........................................................Friday, January 8 Spring Semester Classes Begin .......................................................Monday, January 11

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A Message from the President...Welcome to fall semester at Wallace State Community College!

We are in the midst of a banneryear of student achievement –celebrating New CenturyScholar Austin Monk, Skills USANational Champion Joey Foster,runner-up national championLady Lions Softball Team, andmany other academic and athletic accomplishments. Ourstudents are living lives less

ordinary, and we are committed to empowering them.

This fall, students at Wallace State will find many exciting newdevelopments on campus–from the opening of the new Ottis andEvelyn Burrow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts to afully renovated Bevill Center housing many of our health science programs. Gateway to Wallace State, Structured Learn-ing Assistance Classes, Learning Communities, TransitionalLearning, Upward Bound, and Tech-Prep are among our newestinitiatives. Several new programs have also recently been intro-duced including Therapeutic Massage, Gerontology, CulinaryArts and Electroneurodiagnostic Technology. The AutomotiveComplex, Heating and Air Conditioning program, and the Elec-tronics and Drafting building have all received recent renova-tions to provide state-of-the-art environments for learning.

When you enroll at Wallace State, you have limitless opportuni-ties for education and personal growth, from earning a degreeon campus to transferring to a university. Whatever your inter-est, we will prepare you for the careers of today, and tomorrow.Students are the reason we exist, and we place student learningand achievement at the forefront of ouractivities and initiatives.We are a leader in the state in serving high school studentsthrough dual enrollment, early collegeenrollment, and tech prepprograms as well as our on-campus Fast Track Academy. Ourlicensure and job placement rates rank at or above state and national averages, and students score above the national average on the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Perform-ance. Wallace State students who continue their education at theuniversity level do exceedingly well, performing at or above thelevels of students who began there. The quality of our academicsuccess has led to a number of universities offering special articulation agreements and bachelor’s degree programs oncampus.

At Wallace State you have opportunities to explore your inter-ests, find your talents, and chart a path for your future in a supportive environment where faculty, staff and administrationchallenge you while giving you the tools you need to succeed. Ifyou are ready to make your life extraordinary, then we’re here tohelp you. I extend a personal invitation to you to visit our campus and experience the wonderful educational environmentyou’ll find here. We look forward to serving you!

-Vicki P. Hawsey, President

FALL SEMESTER CALENDAR . . . . . . . . . . . . .INSIDE FRONT

BUSINESS HOURS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 2

IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 2

ADMISSION POLICY/PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 3

FINANCIAL AID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 4

TUITION AND FEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 5

6 EASY STEPS FOR REGISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 5

ONLINE REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION . . . . . .PG 6

TESTING SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 7

STUDENT WORKSHOPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 8

LEARNING COMMUNITIES, STRUCTURED

LEARNING ASSISTANCE CLASSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 9

ANNOUNCEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 10

ADULT EDUCATION SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 11

GED TESTING INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 11

COURSE OFFERINGS

OFF-CAMPUS CLASSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 12

ON-CAMPUS CLASSES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 13

VIDEO, MINI TERM I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 35

MINI TERM II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 36

ATN AT WSCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 38

CONTINUING EDUCATION/SHORT-TERM SKILLS TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PGS 39-41

COMMUNITY EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PGS 42-45

CAREER SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 46

BUILDING CODES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PG 46

CAMPUS MAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PG 48

ATHENS STATE UNIV. CENTER CLASSES . . . . INSIDE BACK

It is the policy of the Alabama State Board of Education and Wallace StateCommunity College, a postsecondary institution under its control, that no per-son shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability,or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or be subjectedto discrimination under any program, activity, or employment.

Equal Opportunity Policy

table of contents

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FINANCIAL AID and ADMISSIONS-1st Floor, Bailey CenterMonday – Wednesday ............................7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.Thursday – Friday ...................................7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

CASHIER’S OFFICE-Mezzanine Floor, Bailey CenterMonday – Wednesday ............................7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.Thursday – Friday ...................................7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACTION CENTER-8th Floor, Bailey CenterMonday – Tuesday..................................7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.Wednesday – Friday ...............................7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

BOOKSTOREMonday-Wednesday ...............................7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.Thursday .................................................7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.Friday ......................................................7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

RECRUITING-11th Floor, Bailey CenterWallace State DISCOVERY DAYS-(256) 352-8031Tuesdays.................9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (by appointment)Fridays ...........................................9:00 a.m. (by appointment)

CAREER CENTER-10th Floor, Bailey CenterMonday-Friday..........................................7:30 a.m.--4:00 p.m.

(later by appointment)

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES - Harlan G. Allen MathBuildingTutoring Lab Monday – Tuesday..................................8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.Wednesday – Thursday ..........................8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Friday ...............................................................by appointment

COMPUTER LAB - 5th Floor, Bailey CenterMonday-Thursday ..............................................8 a.m.– 4 p.m.

SPECIAL HOURS FOR ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, ACTION CENTER and CASHIER’S OFFICEMon., July 27-Thurs., July 30................. 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Mon., Aug. 3-Thurs., Aug. 6 ....................7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Mon., Aug. 10..........................................7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Tues., Aug. 11-Wed., Aug. 12 .................7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Mon., Aug. 17..........................................7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.Tues., Aug. 18 – Thurs., Aug. 20.............7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Mon., Aug. 24 – Tues., Aug. 25..............7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Mon., Nov. 24 – Wed., Nov. 26 ...............7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Mon., Dec. 22 - Tues., Dec. 23 ...............7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

SPECIAL HOURS FOR BOOKSTORE**Tues., Aug. 18-Thurs., Aug. 20 ...............7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Mon., Aug. 24 - Tues., Aug. 25................7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.**Days when no classes are in session ..7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Business Hours - Fall Semester(Unless noted under “Special Hours” section)

Fall Semester 2009 Schedule of Classes • page 2

All students receiving services through the ADA Office need tomake an appointment or stop by to discuss the classes andaccommodations needed for Fall Semester. All students want-ing to utilize their accommodation for priority registration mustmake the appointment and have documentation on file beforeJuly 15. The WSCC ADA Office publishes a handbook outlin-ing the policies and procedures required for acquiring aca-demic accommodations. It is the student’s responsibility tomake sure that each step is completed. For further informa-tion, contact Lisa Harris, Director of Special Populations, inthe Harlan G. Allen Math Building, 256/352-8052, or visitwww.wallacestate.edu/mainmenu/current-students/ada-accommodations.html.

ADA Accommodations

Accreditation

Wallace State is accredited by the Commission on Collegesof the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to awardthe Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate inApplied Science degrees. (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA30033-4097; Phone: 404/679-4501). Many programs haveadditional accreditation from organizations appropriate to theparticular disciplines.

Toll Free: 1-866-350-WSCC Complete directory at www.wallacestate.edu

ACTION Center ..................................................256/352-8040Admissions ................................................................352-8236Assessment/Testing Center .......................................352-8053Bookstore ..................................................................352-8100Cashier ......................................................................352-8015Financial Aid ..............................................................352-8182Library........................................................................352-8260Operator ....................................................................352-8000Student Activities/Campus Visits ...............................352-8031Vice-President for Students .......................................352-8340

Important Phone Numbers

Transitional Learning Division

The Transitional Learning Division’s primary responsibility isto make the transition from high school or to a new career aseasy as possible for students. Transitional Learning classesare designed to assist students in developing academic com-petencies necessary for success in college. Orientation 103,Reading 083, English 092 and 093, and Math 090 are foundwithin this division. For more information, contact Cindy Mal-lard, Director of Transitional Learning at 256/352-8081, located on the 5th floor of the Bailey Center.

important information

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Wallace State Community College is an open admissions insti-tution. All students who have earned a high school diploma orGED are eligible for admission. In addition to an application foradmission, students are required to supply the College with anofficial copy of their high school transcript or official copy oftheir GED scores. Students transferring from another collegemust submit an admissions application and an official copy oftheir transcript(s) from each college they have attended. Tran-sient students must submit a transient letter from their homeinstitution stating the courses they will be allowed to take in ad-dition to an application for admission.

Graduates from a non-accredited high school with a diplomademonstrating successful completion of a course of study onthe secondary level based upon the Carnegie units required bythe state education agency at the time of the award (currently24) and minimum ACT score of 16 or the equivalent SAT scoreof 735 are eligible for admission. If the above requirements arenot met, the student must take a GED test.

Special requirements may apply to International Studentsseeking admission. Students must submit official transcripts,an I-20 Form, TOEFL scores, declaration of responsibilitystatement, proof of insurance, and all appropriate admissions

forms. Further information is available by contacting the Wal-lace State Admissions Office or viewing the WSCC Catalog on-line.

Accelerated high school students who have completed thetenth grade, have a cumulative “B” average, and are recom-mended by the local principal may enroll at Wallace State onlyin postsecondary courses for which high school prerequisiteshave been completed. Exceptions may apply for students doc-umented as “gifted and talented” according to the standards in-cluded in the State Plan for Exceptional Children and Youth.

The Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit High School program allowseligible high school students to enroll in college classes con-currently with high school classes, either on the college cam-pus or at the high school, and receive both high school andcollege credit. The student must be in grade ten, eleven, ortwelve; have a “B” average; and obtain written approval of thePrincipal and Superintendent.

Non-Credit Students who enroll exclusively in non-creditcourses may be granted admission without a minimum scoreon the ACT or SAT, a GED Certificate, or transcripts from ahigh school or college.

admissions

A. Submit a completed and signed application for admission to the Wallace State Admissions Office. Applications are available in the Admissions Office or online at www.wallacestate.edu.

B. All students must submit official high school or college transcripts to the Admissions Office before registering for a second semester at WSCC. Also, rememeber you mustsubmit photo identification.

C. Information about financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, WIA, TRA, and veterans’ bene-fits, may be obtained by calling the Financial Aid Office at 256/352-8182.

D. All students must complete COMPASS Placement Tests in English, reading, and mathematics prior to registering for a class in those subjects. Testing is waived for those who present recent ACT scores of 20 (or the SAT equivalent) on the English and math portions. Contact the ACTION Center at 256/352-8046 for more information.

E. Students who have been advised and had their PIN acti-vated may register online at www.wallacestate.edu. You must see your advisor to have your PIN activated.

F. Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid in full. Tuition may be paid online, by mail, or in person at the WSCC Cashier’s Office located in the Bailey Center. Please consult page 5 in the course schedule for a list of tuition and fees and important deadlines. For payment information, call 256/352-8015. Mastercard, Discover, American Express and VISA are accepted.

G. Students may access their grades at the conclusion of each semester online at www.wallacestate.edu.

H. Students should consult their advisor to ensure that all course requirements are fulfilled prior to graduation. Students must apply for graduation by completing a form available in the Admissions Office located in the Bailey Center and pay a graduation fee in the Cashier’s Office. Call 256/352-8236 for information.

I. Certain programs may have specific admissions criteriaand deadlines. Consult the WSCC Catalog for detailed information.

J. The WSCC Office of Student Recruiting, located on the 11th floor of the Bailey Center, is available to provide college information and to schedule campus tours. Call 256/352-8031 for information.

Admissions Procedures

Fall Semester 2009 Schedule of Classes • page 3

Admissions Policy

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Students receiving financial aid should read the following infor-mation carefully:

APPLY EARLY – Students applying for financial aid shouldapply at least two (2) months before the next semester begins.Applying early will help ensure a timely response to federalguidelines and will allow for any unforeseen problems/situa-tions that might occur. Applying early will also help students toavoid potential long lines or waits.

BOOKSTORE CHARGESIf Pell Awards exceed the amount of tuition and fees owed, stu-dents may charge books and supplies on their Pell accounts atthe WSCC Bookstore. These accounts will be open for charges Monday, August 3, 2009.

DISTANCE EDUCATION students are responsible for loggingin and meeting orientation requirements for all online and videoclasses. Pell funds will not be distributed until attendance isverified.

BALANCE CHECKSPer federal guidelines, attendance must be verified before bal-ance checks can be distributed. Students must attend ALLCLASSES before Pell and loan funds will be distributed.Students’ balance checks will not be processed until allholds are cleared. Students will not receive refunds onclasses until the class has had at least one class meeting.Pell Distribution dates may be adjusted for students whoare registered for Mini Term II classes.**If you are registered in classes that begin later than August25, your balance check will be disbursed at a later date. Youmust attend classes prior to any funds being distributed for aparticular class.

PLEASE NOTE: Students in DISTANCE EDUCATION coursesare responsible for logging in and meeting orientation require-ments for all online and video classes. Pell and loan fundswill not be distributed until attendance is verified.

Pell Grant balance checks will be distributed in the BaileyCenter Lobby on Wednesday, September 2, 2009. Beginningat 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 3, balance checks will beavailable in the Cashier’s Office located on the MezzanineLevel of the Bailey Center.Stafford Loan balance checks are scheduled to be distributedin the Bailey Center Lobby on Tuesday, September 22, 2009.Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 23, balance

checks will be available in the Cashier’s Office located on theMezzanine Level of the Bailey Center.

Students must present picture ID to pick up checks. Avalid state driver’s license will suffice.

Withdrawal from all classes after picking up balance checkswill result in Pell overpayment and future Pell payments forWSCC or any other college will cease until the overpayment isrepaid. Students who withdraw prior to October 25, 2009, willbe in overpayment and may owe funds back to WSCC.

STUDENTS ON PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPSThe WSCC Financial Aid Office requests that all students onprivate funded scholarships contact the Financial Aid Officethree (3) weeks prior to registration to ensure that all paper-work is complete.

REMEMBERStudents must re-file for Pell Grants for every academic year(Fall – Summer). Pell Grants and Loans are applicable for twoof the three semesters in any academic year. The Free Appli-cation for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available in the Fi-nancial Aid Office or online at www.fasfa.edu.gov. Studentsapplying for 2009-2010 Pell Grants must complete the formswith 2008 tax data. To apply for Federal Student Aid you canuse the internet at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov or complete a papercopy and mail the information to the federal government. Offi-cial transcripts are required from all institutions attended,whether or not grades or courses are to be used. For FinancialAid purposes, ALL transcripts must be mailed directly from thesending institution, including non-accredited schools, and eval-uated. Before registering, the student’s files must be completein both the Financial Aid Office (including In-house paperwork)and Admissions to receive award. Most students will have toproduce appropriate tax returns for themselves or supportingparents. It is the student’s responsibility to proide any addi-tional information requested by the Financial Aid Office. Thegrant cannot be awarded until the student’s file is complete.

TIMELINE FOR FILING FASFA:Term FASFA Form Tax YearFall 2009 2009-2010 2008

For more information about Financial Aid, visit www.wallacestate.edu/finaid.

financial aid Financial Aid Announcements - Fall 2009

Fall Semester 2009 Schedule of Classes • page 4

Wallace State Bookstore Textbook Refund Policy 256-352-8100A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in new condition by the end ofthe third week of the semester will be refunded the full purchase price assuming that the following conditions are met:1. Everyone must have a receipt. 2. Everyone must have a valid picture I.D. 3. Books must be in new/unused condition. If book was sold in shrink wrap it must be returned in shrink wrap. 4. Refunds will not be given for supplies or reference books and materials. 5. If purchase was made with a check, you must wait 10 business days before requesting a refund. A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in used condition by the endof the third week of the semester will be refunded 50% of the full purchase price. A book is determined to be in a “used” condi-tion if the shrink wrap has been removed, or has marks, erasures, or highlights. All books regardless of condition must includeany cd or access code that was included with the book.

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tuition and fees

Additional Fees:Student Accident Insurance: $4.00/semesterMalpractice Insurance: Health - $7.50/semester

EMS - $32.50/semesterPhysical Education Fee: $15.00/class

Students who are NOT residents of Alabama pay two times the stated rateof tuition. Fees are the same.

Distance Education/Learning Fee is $90.00 per credit hour.

ALL TUITION & FEES ARE DUE AT REGISTRATION.

NOTE: The first $80 for full-time and first $59 for part-time students is non-refund-able unless the class is cancelled by the college. Insurance fees are non-refund-able. A 5% administrative fee for complete withdrawals will be charged.

Refund for a complete withdrawal: A student who officially or unofficially with-draws from all classes before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuitionand other institutional charges. A student who officially or unofficially withdrawscompletely on or after the first day of class but prior to the end of the third week ofclass will be refunded according to the following prorated refund schedule:

Fall Regular Term (Aug. 19-Dec. 16), andFall Extended Term/Mini-Term IV (Aug. 19-Dec. 30)Through Aug. 18 100%Aug. 19-Aug. 25 75%Aug. 26-Sept. 1 50%Sept. 2-Sept. 9 25%After Sept. 9 no refund

FallMini Term I (Aug. 19-Oct. 12)Through Aug. 18 100%Aug. 19-Aug. 21 75%Aug. 22-Aug. 26 50%Aug. 27-Aug. 31 25%After Aug. 31 no refund

Fall Mini Term II (Oct. 19-Dec. 16)Through Oct. 18 100%Oct. 19-Oct. 21 75%Oct. 22-Oct. 26 50%Oct. 27-Oct. 29 25%After Oct. 29 no refund

Administrative Fee: An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and otherinstitutional charges of $100, whichever is smaller, shall be assessed for eachwithdrawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the endof the third week of class.

Refund for partial withdrawal: Students who do not completely withdraw fromthe college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refundedthe difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced numberof hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There will be no re-fund to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period hasended.

Wallace State does not give cash refunds: Students must complete aDrop/Add Form in the Admissions Office, take it to the Cashier’s Office and com-plete a Refund Request Form. Under normal circumstances, refund checks areissued weekly and mailed to the student. Refer to current academic calendar fordrop/add and withdrawal deadlines.

CreditHours

Tuition$72/Hr

Facility Renewal Fee

TechnologyFee

Total Tuition& Fees

1 72.00 9.00 9.00 90.00

2 144.00 18.00 18.00 180.00

3 216.00 27.00 27.00 270.00

4 288.00 36.00 36.00 360.00

5 360.00 45.00 45.00 450.00

6 432.00 54.00 54.00 540.00

7 504.00 63.00 63.00 630.00

8 576.00 72.00 72.00 720.00

9 648.00 81.00 81.00 810.00

10 720.00 90.00 90.00 900.00

11 792.00 99.00 99.00 990.00

12 864.00 108.00 108.00 1,080.00

13 936.00 117.00 117.00 1,170.00

14 1,008.00 126.00 126.00 1,260.00

Fall Semester 2009 Schedule of Classes • page 5

Tuition Refund Policy

Tuition & Fees Reminder: All tuition and fees should be paid in theCashier’s Office according to the following schedule. If tuition and feesare not paid by the end of the business day on the due date, theclass schedule will be deleted.

Registration Period Payment Due DateJuly 20-August 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 11August 12-August 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 18August 19-August 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Daily

1. ADMISSIONS: Mail, fax, complete online, or bring yourcompleted and signed application to the WSCC AdmissionsOffice. Remember to send your transcripts and provide photoidentification.

2. ORIENTATION: All students are strongly encouraged toattend a LIONS’ Pride Information session. Incoming fresh-men are required to register for an orientation course (unlessexempt). Contact the ACTION Center at 256/352-8040 (JBC,8th floor) for more information.

3. TESTING: All students are required to complete the COMPASS Placement test in English, reading, and math priorto registration unless eligiblefor exemptions. Contact theACTION Center for more information.

4. ACADEMIC ADVISING: Advisors are available to assiststudents in choosing a course of study, developing a degreeplan, and registering for classes. Visit the ACTION center onthe 8th floor of the Bailey Center to see an advisor or contact your assigned faculty advisor.

5. REGISTRATION: Students can register online at www.wallacestate.edu if PIN has been activated or in person inthe Bailey Center. For registration dates and times, consultthe academic calendar or visit www.wallacestate.edu.

6. FEE PAYMENT: Registration is not complete until all tu-ition and fees are paid. Fees may be paid online, by mail, or inperson at the WSCC Cashier’s Office. Discover, American Ex-press, Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

registration

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Fall Semester 2009 Schedule of Classes • page 6

online education

1. GETTING STARTED: See your advisor to activate your PIN. You must not be on academic probation or have any outstanding fees or holds.

2. GO ONLINE: Visit www.wallacestate.edu. Click on REGISTRATION at the bottom of the page, then click the student Login button.

3. LOGIN SCREEN: Enter your student number (this is your social security number without the dashes) or your WSCC assigned student number. Enter your PIN number. Press Sign In to continue or Cancelto exit. You are encouraged to change your PIN for privacy andsecurity purposes.

4. CLICK ON THE PRE-REGISTRATION OPTION: To add or drop a course, type the course call number as printed in the schedule or use the Select Course button to search the schedule. Once you find the call number, click PUSH and it will automatically insert the call num-ber for you. Click the Add/Drop Course button to add the course to your listing. To view your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the page. To drop a course you have added, click the Click to Drop button to the right of the course. Continue until your course schedule is com-plete.

5. COMPLETE REGISTRATION: Once your schedule is complete, click the Complete Registration button. You will see a screen that displays tuition charges for the schedule you have chosen. Available financial aid coverage will also be shown. To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount in the Cash Due column by the dates published by WSCC. Failure to do so will result in removal from class. Classes can only be dropped online during the drop/add period. If registration has ended, you must withdraw from classes in person in the Admissions Office.

6. PAYMENT: If you plan to pay your tuition and fees by check, click the Print Pre-registration Mailer button. This will print a copy of your schedule, plus all tuition and fees owed. Follow the directions on the mailer and send a check for the amount shown to WSCC. You may pay online with Discover, American Express, VISA or MasterCard or in person during regular business hours at the WSCC Cashier’s Officeby check, cash, or credit card.

7. REMEMBER: To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received by the posted payment deadlines. If you do not settle your account by the date posted in the current semester schedule, your schedule will be deleted. Also, check your schedule for accuracy.

Online Registration Instructions

Visit www.wallacestate.edu and click on the MyWallaceState link to access your student

information. Click on the Registration link to find financial aid, course schedule, and enrollment

information.

Online Programs andClasses

PROGRAMS

Computer Science

-Programming

-Software Support (Help Desk)

-Internet/Networking Technology

Health Information Technology

-Health Information Technician

-Medical Transcription

-Medical Coding

Gerontology

Pharmacy Technology

Associate in Arts/Science (Hybrid)

CLASSES

Accounting

Art Appreciation

Art History

Astronomy

Biology

Business

Business Education & Office Administration

Chemistry

Computer Science

Dental Hygiene

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Economics

Emergency Medical Paramedic

English

Geography

Gerontology

Health Education

Health Care Information Technology

History

Humanities

Literature

Massage Therapy

Mathematics

Medical Assistant

Medical Transcription Certificate

Music Education

Nursing

Orientation

Occupational Therapy Assistant

Pharmacy Technology

Philosophy

Physical Therapist Assistant

Psychology

Religion

Respiratory Therapy

Sociology

Spanish

Speech

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testing schedule

ACT Testing

Fridays, 8:30 a.m.:

September 25December 4

Computer ScienceAuditorium

To provide student withnecessary college en-trance requirements

and to help determineplacement in math and

English.

Call 352-8042Fee: $35

Registration is com-plete when payment is

made to cashier.Bring ID and receipton test date. ACT

approved calculatorsare permitted.

Biology Placement Exam

By appointment duringCOMPASS testing

hours

ACTION Center8th Floor, Bailey

Center

To determine readi-ness for Biology 201.

Call 352-8053Fee: $26.25

Call 352-8053. BringID and receipt on test

date.

CLEP TestingBy appointment during

COMPASS testing hours

ACTION Center8th Floor, Bailey

Center

To provide an opportu-nity to obtain college

level credit for acquiredknowledge.

Call 352-8053Fee: $95

Call 352-8053Bring ID and receipt

on test date.

COMPASS Placement and

Ability to BenefitAssessments

Monday, Tuesday, andThursday

8 a.m. – 2 p.m.Friday

8 a.m. – 12 noon

Extended Testing Times:2-5 p.m.

October 26 and 27, November 2, 9, 16 and

17

ACTION Center8th Floor, Bailey

Center

To determine place-ment into math and

English classes (if notexempt), to assess

reading comprehen-sion skill for applica-tion into the Nursingprogram and other

health programs, andto assess math and

English skill levels forDiagnostic Imaging

program application.

Call 352-8053Initial Test Fee:

none

Retest: $8(Only one retest is

permitted)

No appointmentneeded.

Bring ID, calculatorfor math, and receipt

(if retest) on testdate.

GED RegistrationEvery other Monday be-ginning August 10 at 6p.m., by appointment

Room 503, BaileyCenter 5th Floor

Required before GEDtest date issued.

Call 352-8394

By appointment, call352-8394. Bring re-

ceipt, drivers’ license,and social securitycard. If under 18also bring high

school withdrawalform and notarized

parent permission totake GED exam.

GED Testing

Every other Wednesday,beginning August 12 at

7:30 a.m.

Pre-registration required.Test date issued at pre-

registration

Room 503, BaileyCenter 5th Floor

To provide opportunityfor adults who have not

graduated from highschool to earn a highschool level educa-

tional diploma.

Call 352-8394Fee: $50

Retest: $10per subject

By appointment,call 352-8394.

Bring identificationand social securitycard on test date.

WORKKEYS forWSCC Students

Registration is required

Allow 3 hours for testing

Room 610, BaileyCenter 6th Floor

Graduation require-ment in certain

programs; should betaken in last 2 semes-ters after completing

English and mathcoursework.

Call 352-8394Fee: none

Call 352-8394

Bring identificationand calculator on test

date.

Test Dates Location Purpose For Info. To Register

Fees are payable in the Cashier’s Office located on the Mezzanine of the Bailey Center.

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student workshops

8th Floor, Bailey Center256/352-8040ACTIONcenter

Your One-Stop Advising, Counseling and Testing Resource.

Identifying Your Learning StylesTuesday, September 8, 1-2 p.m.ACTION Center, Bailey Center 8th FloorPresenter: Tammi GattisYour learning style is the way you learn or process information.This workshop will help you identify your learning style and providelearning strategies that will help you study in a productive manner.

Educational Planning/STARSMonday, September 21, 1-2 p.m.ACTION Center, Bailey Center 8th FloorPresenter: Tracy WhittAre you planning to transfer to a public, in-state university? Do youknow what classes you need to complete prior to transferring? Areyou planning to earn an A.S. degree at WSCC? This workshop willassist students in identifying their educational goals and develop-ing a plan to guide students in reaching those goals.

Critical ThinkingMonday, September 14, 1-2 p.m.ACTION Center, Bailey Center 8th FloorPresenter: Dr. Bill MossThe most pressing goal of modern education is to teach effectivethinking. This seminar will attempt to define critical thinking, leadthe student through application, and provide an understanding ofthe process.

Personality & Career ChoiceMonday, October 5, 1-2 p.m.ACTION Center, Bailey Center 8th FloorPresenter: Tammi GattisChoosing a major and/or a career can be a daunting experience.This workshop will provide insight in utilizing the Myers/BriggsType Indicator and Holland’s Theory of Interest in determining po-tential majors and career choices based upon your dominant per-sonality type.

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NEW

OFFERINGS

Are you a motivated student? Do you want to ensure your success in college? Doyou want to take classes that provide study groups in case you need help?

Learning Communities and Structured Learning Assistance Programscan enhance your learning, but you must register EARLY! Classes are

available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Learning Communities are courses linked by a theme and taken by the same group of students, thereby allowing aready-made community of study groups. These classes are designed to provide students with a more integrated andmeaningful learning experience. In Learning Communities, WSCC faculty work together to promote an intellectual en-vironment and greater opportunity for students to bond by overlapping readings, assignments, and discussions. Al-though designed primarily for the first-year student, the pairings are open to all students on a first-come basis withlimited enrollment; advisors can assist students in selecting the Learning Community which best meets their academicneeds. Students must be concurrently enrolled in both classes linked together and cannot withdraw from one coursewithout dropping both linked courses.

Fall 2009 Learning Communities:

CALL COURSE INSTRUCTOR LOCATION DAYS/TIME CREDITTransitioning to Success: Reading, Writing with Morrie:4860 ENG 092L Faulkner, A JBC 505 M/W 11-12:15 310501 RDG 083L/114L Congo, H JBC 504 M/W 9:30-10:45 3

Math Arcade – Learn to Win!!:8061 MTH 090L Mallard, C JBC 509 T/R 9:30-10:45 39123 ORI 103L Clem, J JBC 509 T/R 8-8:50 2

Say It Well:4806 ENG 101L Johnson, B CS 3 M/W 11-12:15 311409 SPH 107L Metcalf, R WC 101 M/W 9:30-10:45 3

Achieving Effective Communication:2515 CIS 146L Grimmett, C CS 25 T/R 9:30-10:45 311405 SPH106L Hopper, R SC CA-A T/R 11-12:15 3

Structured Learning Assistance classes or SLAs are classes that provide academic support to assist all WSCC stu-dents in difficult courses. The program features weekly required study and practice workshops where students receivefree additional help in order to master course content and develop learning strategies for the course. These are of-fered on a first-come basis, and study sessions are required in addition to regular class meetings if a student’s averagedrops below a 70.

Fall 2009 SLA Courses:

CALL COURSE INSTRUCTOR LOCATION DAYS/TIME CREDIT04807 ENG 101A Barnett, D CS 1 M/W 11-12:15 3

CS 6 Tutoring W 8-9 or 1-2

01538 BIO 103A Briehn, C SCI 109 Tues. 12-2:30 4SCI 113 Thurs. 12-2

Tutoring Thurs. 2-3

08004 MTH 098A Adams, D HGA 12 M/W 8-9:15 3HGA 16 Tutoring W 9:30-10:30 or 1-2

08006 MTH 098A Adams, D HGA 19 M/W 11-12:15 3HGA 16 Tutoring W 9:30-10:30 or 1-2

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Parking Permits are avail-

able in the Admissions Office lo-cated in the lobby of the BaileyCenter. All students are required toobtain a parking permit.

Student e-mail accounts are

available to all students at nocharge. To access your account, visit www.wallacestate.edu/email.

Check out the collegecalendar on the WSCC web-

site for the latest events and infor-mation.

Student Activitiesinformation is available on the 11thfloor of the Bailey Center or call256/352-8031.

Lion Card/Student ID’sare available in the Dean of Institu-tional Outreach Office on the 10thFloor of the Bailey Center. All stu-dents are required to have this

form of identification.

The WSCC Wellness Centerhas a wide range of Nautilus, freeweights and cardio equipment. Youmust be registered in a PED classto use the facilities.

Relocations Due to construction and renova-tions, some departments have beentemporarily relocated. Pay close at-tention to this schedule for changes.

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Dine with the WallaceState Chefs Tuesday -Thurs-

day, 11am-1pm, in the WallaceState Banquet Hall. Call 256/352-

8227 for the daily menu.

announcements

FRESHMAN/FACULTY�LUNCHEONPlease join the WSCC faculty at our monthly Freshman/Faculty lunches at Woody’sGrill. Come and go. Entertainment and freelunch drawing provided each meeting.

Day Date TimeTuesday Sept. 1 11 a.m.-1 p.m.Wednesday Oct. 7 11 a.m.-1 p.m.Tuesday Nov. 3 11 a.m.-1 p.m.Wednesday Dec. 2 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Miss Wallace State PageantA Miss Alabama Preliminary Sunday, November 22, 2009For information visit www.wallacestate.edu/misswallacestate,or contact Suzanne Harbin, 11th Floor JBC, 256/352-8144

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GED & ESL Classes - FREE OF CHARGE

WSCC Adult Education 256/352-8078 or [email protected]

CULLMAN COUNTY GED ClassesCARE Center Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.Daystar Church Thursday 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.Parkside Library - Baileyton Monday & Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.Wallace State-Hanceville

Adult Literacy(Library 4th floor) Monday & Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.GED Prep for Adults (Banquet Hall) Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.GED Prep for Adults (Banquet Hall) Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. GED Prep for Teens (Library 4th Floor) Monday 1:00 p.m .- 5:00 p.m.GED Prep for Teens (Library 4th Floor) Tuesday-Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

CULLMAN COUNTY ESL ClassesFirst Baptist Church - Cullman Tuesday & Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.First Methodist Church – Cullman Monday & Thursday 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

BLOUNT COUNTY GED ClassesBlount Co. Career Tech. Center Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.Blount Co. Career Tech. Center Tuesday 2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m,Hope House - Oneonta Monday & Tuesday 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.Hope House - Oneonta Thursday 2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

BLOUNT COUNTY ESL ClassesBlount Co. Career Tech. Center Monday & Wednesday 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.Hope House - Oneonta Tuesday 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

MORGAN COUNTY GED ClassesBrewer High School Tuesday & Thursday 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.Eva Town Hall Monday 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

WINSTON COUNTY GED ClassesDouble Springs Monday & Thursday 3:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

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NOTE: The Wallace State Adult Ed office is temporarily located in the General Studies Building. Adult Edclasses at WSCC will be held in the Cafeteria/Banquet Hall, and on the 4th Floor of the Library.

Wallace State GED Testing Information

Registration date Test DateAugust 10, 2009 August 12, 2009

August 24, 2009 August 26, 2009

September 21, 2009 September 23, 2009October 5, 2009 October 7, 2009October 19, 2009 October 21, 2009November 2, 2009 November 4, 2009November 16, 2009 November 18, 2009November 30, 2009 December 2, 2009

December 14, 2009 December 16, 2009

GED Test Schedule 2009 Malinda Morton, Chief Examiner 256/352-8394

Location for Registration is 5th Floor Room 503of the Bailey Building, on Mondays from 6 pm-7:30 pm

Location for Test Day is 5th Floor Room 503 inthe Bailey Building, Wednesdays from 7:30am-4:30 pm

The GED testing fee for first-time testers is $50.The fee for retests is $10 per subject. Driver’s License, Social Security Card, and Pay-ment Receipt from WSCC Cashier’s Office shouldbe brought to registration. Additional requirementsapply to students under age 18.

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WSCC CLASSES @ ADDISON HIGH SCHOOL

ENGLISH 04848 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 09:10P M ADD DUTTON 04849 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 06:00P 09:10P W ADD SMOTHERS

WSCC CLASSES @ BEVILL STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT10316 PTA251 THERAPEUTIC PROC II 4 08:00A 11:30A TU&TH K 37 SMALLWOOD10320 PTA290 THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE 1 12:00P 01:30P TU&TH K 37 SMALLWOOD

RESPIRATORY THERAPISTFor Hybrid classes, contact Paul Taylor for course information at [email protected] RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 2 07:00A 07:00P TH STAFF10905 RPT211 INTRO TO RESPIR CARE (Hybrid) 2 10:00A 12:00P TU B 32 STAFF10908 RPT212 FUND OF RESPIR CARE I (Hybrid) 4 08:00A 10:00A TU B 32 STAFF

LAB TBA10911 RPT213 ANAT & PHYSIOL FOR RCP (Hybrid) 3 08:00A 11:00A W B 32 STAFF10914 RPT214 PHARMACOLOGY FOR RCP (Hybrid) 2 12:00P 02:00P W B 32 STAFF10917 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 2 07:00A 07:00P M B 32 STAFF10920 RPT232 DIAGNOST PROC FOR RCP (Hybrid) 2 10:00A 12:00P TH B 32 STAFF10923 RPT242 PERINAT/PEDIAT RESP CARE (Hybrid) 3 08:00A 10:00A TH B 32 STAFF10926 RPT244 CRIT CARE CONSID FOR RCP (Hybrid) 2 01:00P 03:00P TH B 32 STAFF10929 RPT264 RESP CARE PRACT UPDATE (Hybrid) 1 03:00P 04:00P TH B 32 STAFF

WSCC CLASSES @ BREWER HIGH SCHOOL

ENGLISH04850 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 09:10P M BHS MUNGER 04851 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 06:00P 09:10P M BHS OSGOOD

HISTORY06029 HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 06:00P 9:10 P M BHS SELF J

MATHEMATICS08067 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 09:10P TU BHS BROWN

PSYCHOLOGY10224 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 06:00P 09:10P W BHS SELF J

SPEECH11420 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 09:10P TU BHS COX S

WSCC CLASSES @ HAYDEN HIGH SCHOOL

ENGLISH04852 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 09:10P TU HAY TERRY C 04853 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 06:00P 09:10P M HAY TERRY C04854 ENG251 AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 06:00P 09:10P W HAY TERRY C

HISTORY06025 HIS202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 06:00P 09:10P W HAY CARTER

MATHEMATICS08052 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 09:10P M HAY GILBERT 08053 MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 09:10P TU HAY GILBERT

PSYCHOLOGY10220 PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 06:00P 09:10P M HAY HUGHES

SPEECH11418 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 09:10P W HAY PRUETT

WSCC CLASSES @ J B PENNINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

COMPUTER SCIENCE02501 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 06:00P 09:10P TU PEN FINCHER

ENGLISH04855 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 09:10P TU PEN AKIN L L04856 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 06:00P 09:10P TH PEN AKIN L L

HISTORY06026 HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 06:00P 09:10P TU PEN KRETZSCHM

MATHEMATICS08054 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 09:10P TU PEN BINKOWSKI 08055 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 06:00P 09:10P M PEN BINKOWSKI

PSYCHOLOGY10221 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 06:00P 09:10P TH PEN HUGHES J

SPEECH11419 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 09:10P TU PEN PRUETT F

WSCC CLASSES @ NORTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT10315 PTA251 THERAPEUTIC PROC II 4 08:00A 11:30A TU&THHE 240 STAFF10319 PTA290 THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE 1 12:00P 01:30P TU&THHE 240 STAFF

RESPIRATORY THERAPISTFor Hybrid classes, contact Paul Taylor for course information at [email protected] RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 2 07:00A 07:00P TH HE 240 STAFF10906 RPT211 INTRO TO RESPIR CARE (Hybrid) 2 10:00A 12:00P TU HE 240 STAFF10909 RPT212 FUND OF RESPIRATORY CARE I 4 08:00A 10:00A TU HE 240 STAFF

LAB M10912 RPT213 ANATOMY & PHYSIO FOR RCP (Hybrid) 3 08:00A 11:00A W HE 240 STAFF10915 RPT214 PHARMACOLOGY FOR RCP (Hybrid) 2 12:00P 02:00P W HE 240 STAFF10918 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 2 07:00A 07:00P M TBA STAFF10921 RPT232 DIAGNOSTIC PROC FOR RCP (Hybrid) 2 10:00A 12:00P TH HE 240 STAFF10924 RPT242 PERINAT/PEDIATR RESP CARE (Hybrid)3 08:00A 10:00A TH HE 240 STAFF10927 RPT244 CRIT CARE CONSID FOR RCP (Hybrid) 2 01:00P 03:00P TH HE 240 STAFF10930 RPT264 RESP CARE PRACT UPDATE (Hybrid) 1 03:00P 04:00P TH HE 240 STAFF

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ART01016 ART100 ART APPRECIATION 3 01:00P 02:15P THURSDAY FPA 215 WILSON J L

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09,1: 00 p.m.01002 ART100I ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA DANIEL R A

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct01017 ART100I ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA WILSON J L

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct01021 ART100I ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA SCOTT A P

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct01012 ART113 DRAWING I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01013 ART114 DRAWING II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01003 ART133 CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W FPA 222 DANIEL R A

Lab TBA01005 ART133 CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH FPA 222 DANIEL R A

Lab TBA01022 ART133 CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 09:00A 11:30A SATURDAY FPA 222 DE LA FUENTE T M

Lab TBA01004 ART134 CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W FPA 222 DANIEL R A

Lab TBA01006 ART134 CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH FPA 222 DANIEL R A

Lab TBA01023 ART134 CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 09:00A 11:30A SATURDAY FPA 222 DE LA FUENTE T M

Lab TBA01026 ART173 PHOTOGRAPHY I 3 09:00A 11:30A FRIDAY FPA 215 STAFF

Lab TBA01027 ART174 PHOTOGRAPHY II 3 09:00A 11:30A FRIDAY FPA 215 STAFF

Lab TBA01001 ART203I ART HISTORY I 3 TBA TBA DANIEL R A

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct01014 ART216 PRINTMAKING I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01015 ART217 PRINTMAKING II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01019 ART221 COMPUTER GRAPHICS I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W FPA 216 SCOTT A P

Lab TBA01009 ART233 PAINTING I 3 11:00A 12:15P T & THURS FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01024 ART233 PAINTING I 3 09:00A 11:30A SATURDAY FPA 226 SACHS J M

Lab TBA01010 ART234 PAINTING II 3 11:00A 12:15P T & THURS FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01011 ART234 PAINTING II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W FPA 226 WILSON J L

Lab TBA01025 ART234 PAINTING II 3 09:00A 11:30A SATURDAY FPA 226 SACHS J M

Lab TBA01007 ART243 SCULPTURE I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 222 DANIEL R A

Lab TBA01008 ART244 SCULPTURE II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 222 DANIEL R A

Lab TBA01018 ART283 GRAPHIC ANIMATION I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W FPA 216 SCOTT A P

Lab TBAEvening01029 ART100 ART APPRECIATION 3 05:30P 08:00P MONDAY FPA 215 ARNOLD M D01030 ART113 DRAWING I 3 05:30P 08:00P WED FPA 226 SACHS J M

Lab TBA01031 ART114 DRAWING II 3 05:30P 08:00P WED FPA 226 SACHS J M

Lab TBA01033 ART173 PHOTOGRAPHY I 3 05:30P 08:00P THURSDAY FPA 215 STAFF

Lab TBA01034 ART174 PHOTOGRAPHY II 3 05:30P 08:00P THURSDAY FPA 215 STAFF

Lab TBA01028 ART221 COMPUTER GRAPHICS I 3 05:00P 07:30P WED FPA 216 MACON M E

AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY13001 AUT100 INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE CONCEPTS 3 02:00P 03:15P M & W ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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main campus classes

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CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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13002 AUT102 MANUFACTURING FUNDAMENTALS 3 11:30A 02:00P M & W ILT 100 HENDRIX W JMini Term II

13003 AUT112 PRINCIPLES OF IND ELECTRICITY 3 09:15A 11:00A M & W ILT 100 HENDRIX W JMini Term II

13004 AUT142 INDUSTRIAL WIRING I 3 12:45P 02:50P TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J13005 AUT232 SENSORS TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATI 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

Mini Term I13006 AUT234 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I 3 08:00A 12:45P TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

Mini Term IIEvening13007 AUT152 MACHINING TECHNOLOGY 6 05:30P 08:45P M T W MTT 000 STAFF13008 AUT186 PRINC OF INDUS MAINT WDT & MET 3 05:30P 07:35P M & T WDT 000 STAFF

AUTO SERVICE TECHNOLOGY01303 AUM101 FUND OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Class meets Aug. 19-Sept. 9, 2009.01307 AUM110 ELECTRI & ELECTRO SYSTEMS I 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Class meets Nov. 16-Dec. 11, 2009.01305 AUM121 BRAKING SYSTEMS 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Class meets Oct. 1-Oct. 22, 2009.01306 AUM122 SUSPENSION & STEERING 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Class meets Oct. 23-Nov. 13, 2009.01304 AUM133 MTR VEHICLE A/C 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Class meets Sept. 10-Sept. 30, 2009.01308 AUM211 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS 3 09:00A 03:30P M T W AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Course starts 8/19/09 and ends 9/23/09.01310 AUM281R SP TOPS/HYBRID VEH & ALT FUEL 3 09:00A 03:30P M T W AUM 000 BURGETT S D

Course starts 9/28/09 and ends 10/28/09.01309 AUM291A CO-0P 3 TBA TBA AUM 000 BURGETT S DEvening01301 AUM122 SUSPENSION & STEERING 3 05:30P 07:30P M T W AUM 000 MESSERSMITH R O01302 AUM181A SP TOPS/AUTO TRANS DIAGNOSIS 2 09:30P 10:10P M T W AUM 000 MESSERSMITH R O01311 AUM230 AUTO TRANSMISSION & TRANSAXLE 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W AUM 000 MESSERSMITH R O

BIOLOGY01502 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 10:30A 01:00P TUESDAY BIO 114 MOTZKUS S T

10:30A 12:30P THURSDAY BIO 11401503 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 01:00P 03:30P TUESDAY BIO 114 MOTZKUS S T

01:00P 03:00P THURSDAY BIO 11401504 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 08:00A 10:30A TUESDAY BIO 114 PYLANT D B

08:00A 10:00A THURSDAY BIO 11401505 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 08:00A 10:30A MONDAY BIO 114 PYLANT D B

08:00A 10:00A WED BIO 11401506 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 12:30P 03:00P MONDAY BIO 114 PYLANT D B

12:30P 02:30P WED BIO 11401507 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 08:30A 09:45A M & W SCI 109 BRIEHN C S

08:30A 10:30A FRIDAY SCI 11301508 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 12:00P 02:30P MONDAY SCI 109 BRIEHN C S

12:00P 02:00P WED SCI 11301509 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 08:30A 09:45A TU & TH SCI 109 BRIEHN C S

10:30A 12:30P FRIDAY SCI 11301511 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 09:30A 12:00P MONDAY SCI 103 GLASSCOCK M A

09:30A 11:30A WED SCI 10301512 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 09:30A 12:00P TUESDAY SCI 103 GLASSCOCK M A

09:30A 11:30A THURSDAY SCI 10301513 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 10:00A 11:15A TU & TH SCI 109 WILLIAMS B L

08:00A 10:00A TUESDAY SCI 11301514 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 10:00A 11:15A TU & TH SCI 109 WILLIAMS B L

08:00A 10:00A THURSDAY SCI 11301515 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 10:00A 11:15A M & W SCI 109 DANIEL R W

08:00A 10:00A MONDAY SCI 11301516 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 10:00A 11:15A M & W SCI 109 DANIEL R W

08:00A 10:00A WED SCI 11301538 BIO103A PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 12:00P 02:30P TUESDAY SCI 109 BRIEHN C S

12:00P 02:00P THURSDAY SCI 113May require additional sessions Thursdays from 2:00-3:00 p.m.

01517 BIO104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 4 01:00P 03:30P MONDAY SCI 103 GLASSCOCK M A01:00P 04:00P WED SCI 103

01518 BIO104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 4 01:00P 03:30P TUESDAY SCI 103 PYLANT D B01:00P 04:00P THURSDAY SCI 103

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01519 BIO201 HUMAN A & P I 4 09:30A 12:00P MONDAY BIO 105 HALSTEAD F09:30A 11:30A WED BIO 105

01520 BIO201 HUMAN A & P I 4 12:30P 03:00P MONDAY BIO 105 HALSTEAD F12:30P 02:30P WED BIO 105

01521 BIO201 HUMAN A & P I 4 08:00A 10:30A TUESDAY BIO 105 HALSTEAD F08:00A 10:00A THURSDAY BIO 105

01522 BIO201 HUMAN A & P I 4 12:00P 02:30P TUESDAY BIO 105 HALSTEAD F12:00P 02:00P THURSDAY BIO 105

01523 BIO201 HUMAN A & P I 4 08:00A 12:30P FRIDAY BIO 104 RAKESTRAW W P01524 BIO202 HUMAN A & P II 4 08:00A 10:30A MONDAY BIO 104 RAKESTRAW W P

08:00A 10:00A WED BIO 10401525 BIO202 HUMAN A & P II 4 12:00P 02:30P MONDAY BIO 104 RAKESTRAW W P

12:00P 02:00P WED BIO 10401526 BIO202 HUMAN A & P II 4 08:00A 10:30A TUESDAY BIO 104 RAKESTRAW W P

08:00A 10:00A THURSDAY BIO 10401527 BIO202 HUMAN A & P II 4 12:00P 02:00P TUESDAY BIO 104 RAKESTRAW W P

12:00P 02:00P THURSDAY BIO 10401528 BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 4 09:30A 12:30P M & W SCI 106 QUICK S F01529 BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 4 12:30P 03:30P M & W SCI 106 QUICK S F01530 BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 4 09:30A 12:30P TU & TH SCI 106 QUICK S FEvening01531 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 05:00P 09:30P WED SCI 103 GLASSCOCK M A01532 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 05:00P 09:30P TUESDAY SCI 103 SAPP S01533 BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4 05:00P 07:00P THURSDAY BIO 114 PYLANT D B

Hybrid format; Online lecture, campus lab; Orientation Thursday August 20, 2009 at 5 p.m.01534 BIO201 HUMAN A & P I 4 05:00P 09:30P MONDAY BIO 105 STAFF01535 BIO202 HUMAN A & P II 4 05:00P 09:30P TUESDAY BIO 105 MCGRAW J P01536 BIO202 HUMAN A & P II 4 05:00P 09:30P THURSDAY BIO 104 YOUNG C H01537 BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 4 04:30P 10:00P WED SCI 106 QUICK S F

BUSINESSPlease note: Courses with hybrid format notation should access information at www.wallacestate.edu/business01715 BUS100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 09:30A 10:45A TUESDAY BE 106 MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 9:30 a.m.01701 BUS193 BUSINESS CO-OP I 1 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01702 BUS194 BUSINESS CO-OP II 1 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01703 BUS195 BUSINESS CO-OP III 1 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01704 BUS196 BUSINESS CO-OP IV 1 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01705 BUS197 BUSINESS CO-OPV 1 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01717 BUS241 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W BE 106 MANNING M E01719 BUS241 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH BE 106 MANNING M E01720 BUS241I PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 TBA TBA MANNING M E

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business01718 BUS242 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BE 106 MANNING M E01721 BUS242I PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 TBA TBA MANNING M E

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business01710 BUS261 BUSINESS LAW I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BE 111 BROOKS J L01716 BUS263I LEGAL/SOCIAL ENV OF BUSINESS 3 TBA TBA MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business01713 BUS271 BUSINESS STATISTICS I 3 09:30A 10:45A MONDAY BE 106 MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/24/09 9:30 a.m.01712 BUS271I BUSINESS STATISTICS I 3 TBA TBA MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business01714 BUS272 BUSINESS STATISTICS II 3 TBA TBA CROW G H

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business01722 BUS277 MANAGEMENT SEMINAR 3 01:00P 03:15P WED BE 102 SIDES K P

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 1:00 p.m.01706 BUS291 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 3 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01709 BUS291 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 3 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P

Mini Term II 01707 BUS292 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP II 3 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P01708 BUS293 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP III 3 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B PEvening01726 BUS100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 07:30P 10:00P WED BE 108 CHAFFIN S H01725 BUS241 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 05:00P 07:30P WED BE 108 CHAFFIN S H01711 BUS262 BUSINESS LAW II 3 05:30P 08:00P WED BE 111 SAPP JR R A01724 BUS263 LEGAL & SOC ENVIRON OF BUS 3 05:00P 07:30P MONDAY BE 102 MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J

Hybrid format Class meets 8/24; 9/14,9/28; 10/12,10/26; 11/9,11/30; 12/1401723 BUS271 BUSINESS STATISTICS I 3 05:00P 07:30P MONDAY BE 102 HICKS H M

Hybrid Meets 8/31, 9/21, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16, 12/7,

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BUSINESS & OFFICE ADMINAll Hybrid Office Administration classes; Information located at www.wallacestate.edu/businessDay08904 OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BE 102 MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J08905 OAD101I BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 TBA TBA SIDES K P

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business08908 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS 3 02:30P 05:00P WED CS 021 SMITH S B08915 OAD125 MICROSOFT WORD 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CS 021 SMITH S B08901 OAD125I MICROSOFT WORD 3 TBA TBA SMITH S B

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business08903 OAD138 RECORDS/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CS 021 SMITH S B08909 OAD233 TRENDS IN OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:15P TUESDAY CS 021 SIDES K P

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 1:00 p.m.08907 OAD243E SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS-EXCEL 3 TBA TBA SMITH S B

Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business08906 OAD244A DATABASE CONCEPTS—ACCESS 3 TBA TBA SIDES K P

Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/businessEvening08911 OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 05:00P 09:00P MONDAY CS 021 SIDES K P

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/31/09 5:00 p.m.08912 OAD103 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING 3 05:00P 09:00P MONDAY CS 021 SIDES K P

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/31/09 5:00 p.m.08913 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

Mini Term I8910 OAD138 RECORDS/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3 05:00P 09:00P MONDAY CS 021 SMITH S B

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/24/09 5:00 p.m.08914 OAD243E SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS-EXCEL 3 05:30P 08:00P WED CS 021 SIDES S

CHEMISTRY - All Chemistry Courses are Web AssistedDay02401 CHM104 INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4 03:15P 06:00P TU & TH CHM 009 MEADOWS R R02403 CHM112 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II 4 09:30A 12:00P M & W CHM 009 MEADOWS R R02404 CHM221 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 4 12:30P 03:00P M & W CHM 009 MEADOWS R REvening02402 CHM111 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 4 06:00P 08:30P TU & TH CHM 009 MEADOWS R R

CHILD DEVELOPMENT02301 CHD100 INTRO TO EARLY CARE & ED OF CH 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W NB 101 PREUITT D R02303 CHD201 CHILD GROWTH & DEV PRINCIPLES 3 TBA TBA NB 101 PREUITT D R

Orientation Wednesday, August 19, 2009 4:30 p.m.02302 CHD202 CHILDRENS CREATIVE EXPERIENCES 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH NB 101 PREUITT D R02305 CHD205 PRO PLAN FOR ED YOUNG CHILD 3 TBA TBA NB 101 PREUITT D R

Orientation Tuesday, August 25, 2009 4:30 p.m.02304 CHD210 ED EXCEPTIONAL YOUNG CHILD 3 TBA TBA NB 101 PREUITT D R

Orientation Thursday, August 20, 2009 4:30 p.m.

CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN02801 CLT121 CLT HEMATOLOGY 5 08:00A 09:30A M & T TBH 506 WELCH J J

08:00A 10:00A WED TBH 50608:00A 09:30A THURSDAY TBH 506

02802 CLT131 LABORATORY TECHNIQUES 3 11:15A 12:30P M & T TBH 506 WELCH J J08:00A 10:00A FRIDAY

02803 CLT151 CLT CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 5 09:45A 11:00A M & T TBH 506 KILPATRICK J R10:15A 12:15P WED TBH 50610:00A 12:00P FRIDAY TBH 506

02805 CLT161 INTEGRATED LAB SIMULATION 2 08:00A 10:00A THURSDAY TBH 504 WELCH J J02804 CLT191 CLT IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY 5 08:00A 09:30A M & T TBH 505 KILPATRICK J R

08:00A 10:00A W & TH TBH 50502806 CLT293 CLT CLINICAL SEMINAR 2 10:05A 12:00P THURSDAY TBH 504 WELCH J J02808 CLT294 CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM I 3 08:00A 12:00P M W F KILPATRICK J R02809 CLT295 CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM II 3 08:00A 12:00P TU & TH WELCH J J02810 CLT296 CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM III 3 12:30P 03:30P M W F KILPATRICK J R02811 CLT297 CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM IV 3 12:30P 03:30P TU & TH WELCH J J

COLLISION REPAIRDay00203 ABR151 SAFETY & ENVIRON PRACTICES 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F ABR 000 GRACE T L

Class meets Oct. 1-Oct. 22, 2009.00204 ABR154 AUTO GLASS & TRIM 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F ABR 000 GRACE T L

Class meets Oct. 23 - Nov. 13, 2009.

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00201 ABR156 AUTO CUTTING & WELDING 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F ABR 000 GRACE T LClass meets Aug. 19-Sept. 9, 2009

00202 ABR157 AUTOMOTIVE PLASTIC REPAIRS 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F ABR 000 GRACE T LClass meets Sept. 10-Sept. 30, 2009

00205 ABR223 AUTO MECHANICAL COMPONENTS 3 08:00A 02:30P M THRU F ABR 000 GRACE T LClass meets Nov. 16 - Dec. 11, 2009.

Evening00206 ABR111 NON-STRUCTURAL REPAIR 3 05:30P 07:30P M T W ABR 000 STAFF00207 ABR114 NON-STRUCTURAL PANEL REPLACEME 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W ABR 000 STAFF

COMMUNICATION SKILLSDay12403 SPC103 ORAL COMM SKILLS FOR TECH STU 2 08:00A 09:40A FRIDAY CS 001 GRAY C AEvening12402 SPC103 ORAL COMM SKILLS FOR TECH STU 2 05:00P 06:40P THURSDAY CS 001 AMBROSE P H

COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL03003 CNC111 INTRO TO COMP NUM CONTROL 2 08:00A 08:50A MONDAY MTT 000 MOON R R

09:00A 11:00A MONDAY MTT 00003004 CNC139 BASIC CNC 3 08:00A 09:40A FRIDAY MTT 000 MOON R R03005 CNC142 APPL GEOMETRY CNC MACHINE 3 10:40A 01:30P MONDAY MTT 000 MCMINN G J03006 CNC158 DIE FUNDAMENTALS 3 08:00A 10:00A WED MTT 000 MOON R R

12:00P 02:00P FRIDAY MTT 00003007 CNC214 ELEC DISCHARGE MACH PROGRAMMIN 3 12:00P 12:50P MONDAY MTT 000 MOON R R

12:50P 02:00P MONDAY MTT 00010:30A 01:00P THURSDAY MTT 000

03008 CNC281B S.T. /ADV CNC MATH APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:00P WED MTT 000 MOON R R08:00A 08:50A THURSDAY MTT 00009:00A 02:00P THURSDAY MTT 000

Evening03001 CNC142 APPL GEOMETRY CNC MACHINE 3 05:30P 07:30P M T W MTT 000 KILPATRICK J S03002 CNC215 QUALITY CONTRL & ASSURANCE 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W MTT 000 KILPATRICK J S

COMPUTER SCIENCEDay02510 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W CS 025 FARMER D J

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 9:30 a.m.02511 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:15P THURSDAY CS 021 STAFF

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 1:00 p.m.02512 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W CS 025 STAFF

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 11:00 a.m.02513 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CS 025 SIDES K P02514 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W CS 025 STAFF02543 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 10:30A SATURDAY CS 025 SEDLMAYR, JR. K E

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/22/09 8:00 a.m.02505 CIS146I MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA FARMER D J

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02506 CIS146I MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA GRIMMETT C B

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02507 CIS146I MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA AYERS T A

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02508 CIS146I MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA FARMER D J

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02509 CIS146I MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA AYERS T A

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02515 CIS146L MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CS 025 GRIMMETT C B02504 CIS150 COMPUTER PROGRA.M. LOGIC 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W CS 010 AYERS T A

Hybrid format; Orientation Wednesday August 19, 2009 1:00 p.m.02516 CIS151 GRAPHICS FOR WORLD WIDE WEB 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W FPA 216 SCOTT A P02517 CIS196A COMM SOFT APP - ACCESS 3 TBA TBA SIDES K P

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02518 CIS196E COMM SOFT APP SPDSHEET-EXCEL 3 TBA TBA SMITH S B

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience02520 CIS196F COMM SOFT APP-FRONTPAGE/PUB 3 01:00P 02:15P THURSDAY CS 010 AYERS T A

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 1:00 p.m.02519 CIS196W COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS 3 02:30P 05:00P WED CS 021 SMITH S B02527 CIS199 NEWTWORK COMMUNICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A THURSDAY CS 009 GRICE D H

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 8:00 a.m.02521 CIS203I INTRO TO INFO HIGHWAY 3 TBA TBA FARMER D J

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

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02522 CIS207I INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT 3 TBA TBA FARMER D JOnline course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

02524 CIS212 VISUAL BASIC 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W CS 010 GRIMMETT C BHybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 9:30 a.m.

02525 CIS222I DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA GRIMMETT C BOnline course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

02523 CIS249I MICROCOMP OPERATING SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA FARMER D JOnline course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

02526 CIS255 JAVA PROGRAMMING 3 11:00A 12:15P THURSDAY CS 010 GRIMMETT C BHybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 11:00 a.m.

02528 CIS280 NETWORK SECURITY 3 09:30A 10:45A THURSDAY CS 009 GRICE D HHybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 9:30 a.m.

02529 CIS295 SP TOP/INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTO 2 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CS 009 SCOTT A PEvening02531 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P MONDAY CS 025 SIDES S

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/24/09 5:00 p.m.02533 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY CS 025 STAFF

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 5:00 p.m.02538 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P WED CS 025 SEDLMAYR, JR. K E

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 5:00 p.m.02540 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

Mini Term II02530 CIS150 COMPUTER PROGRAM LOGIC 3 05:00P 07:30P MONDAY CS 009 CAIN K L

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/24/09 5:00 p.m.02537 CIS151 GRAPHICS FOR WORLD WIDE WEB 3 05:00P 07:30P WED FPA 216 MACON M E02503 CIS196E COMM SOFT APP SPDSHEET-EXCEL 3 05:30P 08:00P WED CS 021 SIDES S02502 CIS196W COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

Mini Term I02536 CIS207 INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT 3 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY CS 010 STAFF

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 5:00 p.m.02541 CIS212 VISUAL BASIC 3 05:00P 07:30P THURSDAY CS 010 CAIN K L

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 5:00 p.m.02532 CIS251 C++ PROGRAMMING 3 05:00P 07:30P MONDAY CS 010 AYERS T A

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/24/09 5:00 p.m.02534 CIS268 SOFTWARE SUPPORT 3 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY CS 009 STAFF

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 5:00 p.m. Mini Term I02535 CIS269 HARDWARE SUPPORT 3 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY CS 009 STAFF

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 5:00 p.m. Mini Term II02542 CIS280 NETWORK SECURITY 3 05:00P 07:30P THURSDAY CS 009 GRICE D H

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 5:00 p.m.

COSMETOLOGY03107 COS111 COSMETOLOGY SCI & ART 3 08:00A 09:15A M & T COS 000 FLANIGAN S C03108 COS112 COSMETOLOGY SCI & ART LAB 3 08:00A 02:00P THURSDAY COS 100 FLANIGAN S C

08:00A 11:30A FRIDAY COS 10003105 COS113 CHEMICAL METHODOLOGY 3 09:15A 10:30A M & T COS 100 SMITH T W03103 COS114 CHEMICAL SERVICES LAB 3 08:00A 01:50P WED COS 000 SMITH T W03104 COS115 HAIR COLORING THEORY 3 08:00A 09:15A M & T COS 000 SMITH T W03101 COS116 HAIR COLORING LAB 3 11:35A 02:30P M & T COS 100 SMITH T W03102 COS141 APPLIED CHEM FOR COS 3 08:00A 02:30P THURSDAY COS 100 SMITH T W

08:00A 11:30A FRIDAY COS 00003110 COS146 HAIR ADDITIONS 3 08:00A 01:50P WED COS 100 FLANIGAN S C03111 COS156 CAREER AND PERSONAL DEV 3 09:15A 10:30A M & T COS 100 FLANIGAN S C03109 COS168 BACTERIOLOGY AND SANITATION 3 11:30A 02:30P M & T COS 000 FLANIGAN S C03106 COS191 CO-OP 3 TBA TBA COS 100 SMITH T WEvening03120 COS111 COSMETOLOGY SCIENCE & ART 3 05:00P 06:00P M T W COS 100 STAFF03119 COS112 COSMETOLOGY SCIENCE & ART LAB 3 06:00P 08:00P M T W COS 100 STAFF03114 COS125 CAREER AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMEN 3 08:00P 10:20P M T W COS 100 STAFF03115 COS133 SALON MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY 3 05:00P 06:00P M T W COS 100 WRAY B M03117 COS158 EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 3 06:00P 08:00P M T W COS 100 WRAY B M03118 COS167 STATE BOARD REVIEW 3 08:00P 10:20P M T W COS 000 WRAY B M

CRIMINAL JUSTICEDay03201 CRJ100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W GS 007 HOWELL R W03202 CRJ116 POLICE PATROL 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W GS 007 HOWELL R W03203 CRJ116I POLICE PATROL 3 TBA TBA HOWELL R W

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] CRJ220 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W GS 007 HOWELL R W03205 CRJ230 CRIMINALISTICS 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH GS 007 HALL T D

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03206 CRJ237 FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY 3 01:00P 03:30P THURSDAY GS 007 HALL T D03207 CRJ280 INTERNSHIP IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 TBA TBA HALL T D

Orientation 8/20/09 9:30 a.m.Evening03208 CRJ100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 05:00P 09:30P MONDAY GS 007 HOWELL R W

Mini Term I03210 CRJ220 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 3 05:00P 09:30P MONDAY GS 007 HOWELL R W

Mini Term II03211 CRJ230 CRIMINALISTICS 3 05:00P 09:30P WED GS 007 HALL T D

Mini Term II03209 CRJ237 FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY 3 05:00P 09:30P WED GS 007 HALL T D

Mini Term I

CULINARY ARTS08433 CUA102 CATERING 2 TBA TBA CUA 000 VILLA C R08428 CUA110 BASIC FOOD PREPARATION 3 08:00A 10:30A M & W CUA 000 VILLA C R08432 CUA112 SANITATION, SAFETY, FOOD SERVICE 2 08:00A 11:50A WED CUA 000 VILLA C R08431 CUA173X APPRENTICESHIP II 3 08:00A 02:00P TUESDAY CUA 000 VILLA C R08430 CUA173Y APPRENTICESHIP I 3 TBA THURSDAY CUA 000 VILLA C R

DENTAL ASSISTING03904 DNT100 INTRODUCTION TO DENTAL ASSIST 2 12:30P 02:30P FRIDAY HS 207 COY K S03903 DNT101 PRE-CLINICAL PROCEDU.RES 3 TBA TBA HS 207 COY K S03905 DNT102 DENTAL MATERIALS 3 08:00A 10:00A FRIDAY HS 207 STAFF

LAB TBA03901 DNT103 DENTAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 3 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY HS207 RAY CONNELL T A03902 DNT104 BASIC SCIENCES FOR DENT ASSIST 2 12:00P 02:00P TUESDAY HS 207 ADAMS B A

DENTAL HYGIENE03605 DHY100 PRE CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE 2 08:00A 03:00P TH & F HS 208 ADAMS B A03602 DHY101 DENTAL HYGIENE THEORY I 3 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY HS 208 ADAMS B A03601 DHY103 DENTAL RADIOLOGY 3 08:00A 10:00A MONDAY HS 208 BREWER R S

LAB TBA03604 DHY113 DENTAL ANAT, HISTOLOGY & EMBRY 2 08:00A 09:00A WED HS 208 STAFF03603 DHY114 ANATOMY EMBRYOLOGY & HIS OF NE 2 11:30A 01:30P TUESDAY HS 208 RAY-CONNELL T E03608 DHY204 GENERAL& ORAL PATHOLOGY 2 10:00A 02:00P FRIDAY HS 208 BREWER R S03606 DHY213 CLINICAL DEN HYG III 3 08:00A 03:00P M T W HS 112 BREWER R S03611 DHY213 CLINICAL DEN HYG III 3 08:00A 03:00P M T W HS 112 BREWER R S03607 DHY214 DENT HYG THEORY IV 2 08:00A 10:00A FRIDAY HS 208 BREWER R S03610 DHY214 DENT HYG THEORY IV 2 08:00A 10:00A FRIDAY HS 208 BREWER R S03609 DHY216 COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH 2 01:00P 03:00P FRIDAY HS 208 RAY-CONNELL T E

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (RAD)10411 RAD111I INTRO TO RADIOGRAPHY 2 TBA TBA BAILEY J G

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] RAD111I INTRO TO RADIOGRAPHY 2 TBA TBA BAILEY J G

NACC, NWCC, and CCC students only. Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] RAD112 RADIOGRAPHY PROC I 4 TBA MONDAY TBH 205 MALONE J S

WSCC students only. Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RAD112 RADIOGRAPHY PROC I 4 TBA MONDAY TBH 205 MALONE J S

NACC NWCC & CCC students only. Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RAD113 PATIENT CARE 2 TBA MONDAY TBH 205 BAILEY J G

WSCC students only. Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RAD113 PATIENT CARE 2 TBA TBA TBH 205 BAILEY J G

NACC, NWCC, & CCC students only. Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RAD114 CLINICAL EDU.CATION I 2 07:00A 03:30P FRIDAY MALONE J S

WSCC students only.10406 RAD114 CLINICAL EDU.CATION I 2 07:00A 03:30P FRIDAY MALONE J S

NACC, NWCC & CCC students only.10407 RAD212 IMAGE EVALUATION & PATHOLOGY 2 09:00A 01:00P THURSDAY TBH 205 BAILEY J G

WSCC students only.10408 RAD212 IMAGE EVALUATION & PATHOLOGY 2 09:00A 01:00P THURSDAY TBH 205 BAILEY J G

NACC, NWCC & CCC students only.10409 RAD214 CLINICAL EDU.CATION IV 8 07:00A 03:30P M T W MALONE J S

WSCC student only.10410 RAD214 CLINICAL EDU.CATION IV 8 07:00A 03:30P M T W MALONE J S

NACC, NWCC & CCC students only.

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY03705 DMS204 SONOGRAPHIC ANATOMY 3 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY TBH 303 MONEY J E

Hybrid course; For course information, contact [email protected].

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03708 DMS205 ABDOMINAL SONOGRAPHY 4 12:00P 02:30P WED TBH 303 ATTAWAY D BLAB THURSDAY TBH SON1

Hybrid course; For course information, contact [email protected] DMS208 SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL I 2 TBA TBA ATTAWAY D B03710 DMS208 SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL I 2 TBA TBA MONEY J E03706 DMS210 INTRO TO SONOGRAPHY CLINIC 2 11:00A 11:50A TUESDAY TBH 303 ATTAWAY D B

LAB TUESDAY TBH 303Hybrid course; For course information, contact [email protected].

03707 DMS216 ACOUSTIC PHYSICS & INSTRUMENTA 3 08:00A 11:00A WED TBH 303 MONEY J EHybrid course; For course information, contact [email protected].

03704 DMS232 SONOGRAPHY PRECEPTORSHIP III 5 TBA TBA ATTAWAY D B03703 DMS241 SONOGRAPHY SEMINAR II 3 12:30P 03:00P MONDAY TBH 303 MONEY J E

Hybrid course; For course information, contact [email protected] DMS245 SONOGRAPHY CONFERENCE 1 11:00A 12:00P MONDAY TBH 303 MONEY J E03701 DMS250 INTRO TO ADVANCED SONOGRAPHY 3 08:00A 10:45A MONDAY TBH 303 ATTAWAY D B

Hybrid course; For course information, contact [email protected] DMS270 CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSICS & INST 2 TBA TBA STAFF03712 DMS271 ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGY 3 TBA TBA STAFF03713 DMS272 CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY 1 TBA TBA STAFF03714 DMS273 PATHOLOGY OF CARDIOVASCULAR SY 3 TBA TBA STAFF

DIESEL MECHANICSClass meets Monday thru Thursday03501 DEM105 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 3 08:00A 02:30P M T W TH DEM 000 STAFF

Class meets August 19-September 8, 200903502 DEM122 BRAKES HEAVY VEHICLE 3 08:00A 02:30P M T W TH DEM 000 STAFF

Class meets Sept. 9-Sept. 30, 200903505 DEM123 PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS 3 08:00A 02:30P M T W TH DEM 000 STAFF

Class meets Nov. 16-Dec. 8, 200903504 DEM130 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC FUNDAMEN 3 TBA TBA DEM 000 STAFF

Class meets Oct. 22-Nov. 12, 200903503 DEM135 STEERING & SUSPENSION HVY VEH 3 08:00A 03:00P M T W TH DEM 000 STAFF

Class meets Oct. 1-Oct. 21, 200903506 DEM182B SPEC TOPICS IN DEM 3 TBA TBA DEM 000 STAFF

DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGYDay03401 DDT104 BASIC COMP AIDED DRAFTING 3 08:00A 10:05A TU & TH DDT 000 HODGES J03402 DDT111 FUND OF DRAFTING & DESIGN TECH 3 09:00A 11:05A M & W DDT 000 HODGES J03405 DDT118 BASIC ELECTRICAL DRAFTING 3 08:00A 10:05A TU & TH DDT 000 STAFF03403 DDT124 BASIC TECHNICAL DRAWING 3 11:45A 01:50P M & W DDT 000 HODGES J03404 DDT128 INTERMEDIATE TECH DRAWING 3 08:00A 10:05A M & W DDT 000 STAFF03406 DDT211 INTER MACHINE DRAFTING 3 08:00A 10:05A M & W DDT 000 STAFF03407 DDT212 INTER ARCHITECT. DRAFTING 3 11:45A 01:50P M & W DDT 000 STAFF03410 DDT213 CIVIL DRAFTING, PLAT MAPS 3 09:00A 11:05A TU & TH DDT 000 STAFF03408 DDT214 PIPE DRAFTING 3 11:45A 01:50P TU & TH DDT 000 STAFF03409 DDT222 ADV ARCH DRAFTING 3 09:00A 11:05A M & W DDT 000 STAFF03411 DDT233 THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODELING 3 11:45A 01:50P TU & TH DDT 000 HODGES J03412 DDT236 DESIGN PROJECT 3 09:00A 11:05A TU & TH DDT 000 STAFF03413 DDT267 CO-OP ELECTIVE 1 TBA TBA DDT 000 STAFFEvening03414 DDT104 BASIC COMP AIDED DRAFTING 3 05:30P 07:30P M T W DDT 000 HARDMAN T A03415 DDT111 FUND OF DRAFTING & DESIGN TECH 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W DDT 000 HARDMAN T A03416 DDT122 ADV TECH DRAWING 3 05:30P 07:30P M T W DDT 000 KELLER J H03417 DDT128 INTERMEDIATE TECH DRAWING 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W DDT 000 KELLER J H

ECONOMICSDay04004 ECO231 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 09:30A 10:45A WED BE 109 CROW G H

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 9:30 a.m.04001 ECO231I PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 TBA TBA CROW G H

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business04003 ECO232 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3 09:30A 10:45A THURSDAY BE 109 CROW G H

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 9:30 a.m.04002 ECO232I PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS 3 TBA TBA CROW G H

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/businessEvening04005 ECO231 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 05:00P 07:30P THURSDAY BE 109 CROW G H

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ELECTRONEURODIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGY14001 END110 INTRO TO ELECTRONEURO 2 08:00A 09:40A TUESDAY TBH 611 CROW K C14002 END111 INTRO ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 3 09:45A 12:15P TUESDAY TBH 611 RODGERS R J14004 END112 INTERMEDIATE ELECTROENCEPH 3 09:45A 12:15P WED TBH 611 RODGERS R J14003 END213 NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF END 2 08:00A 09:40A WED TBH 611 CROW K C14005 END214 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 3 TBA TBA RODGERS R J

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PARAMEDIC04502 EMP189I APPLIED A&P FOR THE PARAMEDIC 4 TBA TBA IVEY J W

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected]. EPC only.04503 EMP191 PARAMEDIC PREPARATORY 2 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 615 DORN C L

EPC students only.04504 EMP192 PARAMEDIC OPERATIONS 3 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 615 IVEY J W

EPC students only.04505 EMP193 PATIENT ASSESS & MGMT 3 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 615 DORN C L

EPC students only.04506 EMP194 PARAMEDIC GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY 2 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 615 DORN C L

EPC students only.04507 EMP197 PARAMEDIC CLINICAL COMP I 3 TBA TBA STAFF

EPC students only.04510 EMP198 MEDICAL PATIENT MGMT I 3 08:30A 11:30A TUESDAY TBH 606 IVEY J W04508 EMP199 CARDIOVASCULAR ELECTROPHYSIOLO 3 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 615 IVEY J W

EPC students only.04511 EMP201 MEDICAL PATIENT MGMT IIB 3 12:30P 03:30P TUESDAY TBH 606 IVEY J W04512 EMP202 PARAMEDIC CLIN COMP II 3 TBA TBA STAFF04509 EMP203 CARDIOVASCULA PATIENT MGMT 3 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 615 DORN C L

EPC students only.04513 EMP203 CARDIOVASCULA PATIENT MGMT 3 08:30A 11:30A THURSDAY TBH 606 DORN C L

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

ALL EMS 100 Students are required to attend an orientation session on Friday, Aug. 28 at 9a.m located at Library Auditorium room 10004605 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P WED TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Wednesday September 2, 2009.04606 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday September 11, 2009.04607 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday September 18, 2009.04608 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P WED TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Wednesday September 23, 2009.04609 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday October 2, 2009.04610 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday October 9, 2009.04611 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P WED TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Wednesday October 14, 2009.04612 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday October 23, 2009.04613 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday October 30, 2009.04614 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P WED TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Wednesday November 4, 2009.04615 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday November 13, 2009.04616 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday November 20, 2009.04617 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 STAFF

Class meets Friday December 4, 2009.

04603 EMS107 EMER VEHICLE OPERATION 1 09:00A 05:00P TBA TBH 606 DORN C LCourse taught Friday October 2, 2009 and Saturday October 3, 2009 only.

04601 EMS116 EMS BASIC THEORY AND LAB 9 09:00A 04:00P M & W TBH 606 STAFF04602 EMS117 EMS BASIC CLINICAL COMPS 1 TBA TBA STAFF04604 EMS250 ADVANCED STUDIES I 3 01:00P 04:00P THURSDAY TBH 615 DORN C L

ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY TRANS)04301 EGR125 MODERN GRAPHICS FOR ENGINEERS 3 03:50P 05:30P M T W DDT 000 HARDMAN T A

ENGLISHDay04857 ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W JBC 504 CONGO H S

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04858 ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH JBC 503 STAFF04859 ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH JBC 503 STAFF04860 ENG092L BASIC ENGLISH I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W JBC 505 FAULKNER A K04862 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W BE 108 BENTLEY C L04863 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH JBC 504 STAFF04864 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W BE 108 BENTLEY C L04865 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH JBC 504 STAFF04866 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH BE 108 STAFF04867 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH BE 108 STAFF04868 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W JBC 610 STAFF04869 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH JBC 610 STAFF04870 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W JBC 504 CONGO H S04871 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH JBC 503 STAFF04801 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W PDL 002 LEDBETTER G L04802 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W CS 004 BUCKELEW K L04803 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W PDL 001 GINDHART B N04804 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W PDL 002 LEDBETTER G L04805 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W PDL 002 CORBIN L04809 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 12:30P 03:00P M & W CS 001 BARNETT D J

Mini Term I04810 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 03:30P 06:00P MONDAY CS 001 BARNES M P04811 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH PDL 002 RUSHEN D B04812 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CS 004 SALERNO M04813 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH PDL 002 RUSHEN D B04814 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CS 001 GINDHART B N04815 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH CS 001 GRAY C A04816 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH CS 004 GINDHART B N04817 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH PDL 001 HOLMES A04818 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH CS 001 GRAY C A04820 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 03:30P 06:00P TUESDAY CS 001 SMITH C A04821 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH PDL 001 HOLMES A04874 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 003 NARRELL T G

Mini Term I04807 ENG101A ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W CS 001 BARNETT D J

May require add sessions Wednesdays 8-9 a.m. or 1-2 p.m.04808 ENG101I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 TBA TBA SPEEKER D K

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] ENG101L ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W CS 003 JOHNSON B B04822 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W CS 001 BARNES M P04823 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W PDL 001 GINDHART B N04825 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W CS 005 SPEEKER D K04826 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 12:30P 03:00P M & W CS 001 BARNETT D J

Mini Term II04828 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CS 001 BARNES M P04829 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:15A THURSDAY CS 004 BUCKELEW K L

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 8:00 a.m.04830 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CS 003 JOHNSON B B04831 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH PDL 002 RUSHEN D B04832 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH CS 003 HOLMES A04875 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 003 NARRELL T G

Mini Term II04827 ENG102I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 TBA TBA BUCKELEW K L

Online course: For course information, contact [email protected] ENG251 AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W CS 003 JOHNSON B B04835 ENG251 AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CS 003 JOHNSON B B04834 ENG251I AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA JOHNSON B B

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] ENG252 AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W CS 001 BARNES M P04837 ENG252I AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3 TBA TBA BARNES M P

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] ENG261 ENGLISH LITERATURE I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CS 004 BUCKELEW K L04839 ENG261I ENGLISH LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA BUCKELEW K L

Online course; For course information, contact: [email protected] ENG262 ENGLISH LITERATURE II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W PDL 001 GINDHART B NEvening04861 ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 3 05:30P 08:00P THURSDAY JBC 503 STAFF04872 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 05:30P 08:00P MONDAY JBC 503 MAULDIN C S04873 ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 3 05:30P 08:00P TUESDAY JBC 503 MAULDIN C S04841 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 08:30P MONDAY CS 003 SMITH C A04842 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY CS 001 MINOR L C04843 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 08:30P WED CS 003 BRISCOE R M

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04844 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 06:00P 08:30P THURSDAY CS 003 BRISCOE R MHybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 6:00 p.m.

04845 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 06:00P 08:30P MONDAY CS 001 MINOR L C04846 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY CS 004 STAFF04847 ENG251 AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 06:00P 08:30P WED CS 001 MINOR L C

ENGLISH (VOCATIONAL)12701 COM100 INTRO TECHNICAL ENGLISH I 3 09:50A 12:20P FRIDAY CS 001 AMBROSE P H12702 COM100 INTRO TECHNICAL ENGLISH I 3 02:30P 05:00P THURSDAY CS 001 AMBROSE P H

FLIGHT TECHNOLOGYDay00106 FLT112 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB I 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00107 FLT122 PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 2 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00108 FLT124 PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 3 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00109 FLT132N PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 4 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00130 FLT133 METEOROLOGY 3 TBA TBA APT 000 STAFF00110 FLT134 PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 5 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00111 FLT136 PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 6 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00121 FLT200 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 1 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00122 FLT210 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 2 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00123 FLT211H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 3 PVT 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00124 FLT212H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 4 PVT 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00125 FLT213H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 5 CMML 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00126 FLT214H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 6 CMML 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00127 FLT215H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 7 CMML 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00128 FLT216 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 8 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00129 FLT217 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 9 3 TBA TBA APT 000 ADAMS J N00112 FLT240 PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 7 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00113 FLT242A PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 8 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00115 FLT244 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR G 2 TBA TBA APT 000 HARPER A R00114 FLT252A PROF PILOT AIRPL LAB 9 3 TBA TBA APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00116 FLT261 FUND OF INSTRUCTION GROUND 1 TBA TBA APT 000 HARPER A R00117 FLT262 INSTRUCTOR METH OF ORAL PRESEN 2 TBA TBA APT 000 HARPER A R00118 FLT264 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR GROUND 2 TBA TBA APT 000 HARPER A R00119 FLT281 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR INITIAL ISSU 2 TBA TBA APT 000 HARPER A R00120 FLT282 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR, ADD. RATING 2 TBA TBA APT 000 HARPER A REvening00101 FLT111A PRIVATE GROUND AIRPLANE 3 06:00P 09:00P MONDAY APT 000 HARPER A R00102 FLT111H PRIVATE GROUND HELICOPTER 3 06:00P 09:00P MONDAY APT 000 ADAMS J N00103 FLT121A COMM GR AIRPLANE 3 06:00P 09:00P TU & TH APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C00104 FLT121H COMM GROUND HELICOPTER 3 06:00P 09:00P MONDAY APT 000 ADAMS J N00105 FLT241 INSTRUMENT GROUND 3 06:00P 09:00P TU & TH APT 000 MACKENTEPE L C

GEOGRAPHY05501 GEO100I WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY 3 TBA TBA SHIELDS J E

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] dates; September 28, 2009 & November 3, 2009.

GERMAN05701 GRN101 INTRODUCTORY GERMAN I 4 05:00P 08:15P MONDAY CS 005 WITT J W

HEALTH CARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY06104 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 12:30P 03:00P WED TBH 408 STAFF06107 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH TBH 408 CONN D T

Mini Term I06101 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT113 A&P & MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 5 TBA TBA CONN D T06119 HIT113I A&P & MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 5 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT115 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY 4 12:00P 03:20P TU & TH TBH 408 STAFF

Mini Term II06106 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Mini Term II; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Mini Term II; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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06123 HIT120 INTRO TO KEYBOARD FOR HIT 1 TBA TBA ALLEN C COnline course; For course information, contact [email protected].

06120 HIT130 HIT CLASSIFICATION & REIMBURSE 3 TBA TBA CONN D T06121 HIT130I HIT CLASSIFICATION & REIMBURSE 3 TBA TBA CONN D T

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT151 HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Mini Term I06110 HIT151I HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Mini Term I; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT152 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 1 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Mini Term I06112 HIT152I SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 1 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Mini Term I; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT153 HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Mini Term II06113 HIT153I HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Mini Term II; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT160 HIT CLINICAL PRACTICE I 1 TBA TBA CONN D T

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT230I MEDICAL CODING SYSTEMS I 3 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT231I MEDICAL CODING SKILLS LAB 1 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Mini Term II; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT283 PROF PRACTICE IN MED CODING 2 TBA TBA CONN D T

HEALTH EDUCATIONDay05901 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W WC 105 CLEM T J05907 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH WC 105 BAILEY K P05903 HED224I PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 TBA TBA SMITH K L

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct05902 HED226 WELLNESS 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 105 MOSS M L05906 HED231 FIRST AID 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH WC 105 SMITH K L05904 HED231I FIRST AID 3 TBA TBA SMITH K L

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct05908 HED232 CARE & PREVENTION OF ATH INJUR 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W WC 105 BAILEY K P05910 HED266 INTRO TO HEALTH OCCUPATIONS 3 TBA TBA BAILEY K PEvening05909 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 05:30P 08:00P TUESDAY WC 105 BAILEY K P05905 HED231 FIRST AID 3 05:30P 08:00P TUESDAY WC 101 SMITH K L

HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONINGDay01104 ASC111 PRINCIPLES OF REGRIGERATION 3 08:00A 10:30A M & W ASC 000 HUGHES R K01105 ASC112 HVACR SERVICE PROCEDU.RES 3 08:00A 10:30A TU & TH ASC 000 HUGHES R K01106 ASC113 REFRIG PIPING PRACTICES 3 10:30A 01:30P M & W ASC 000 HUGHES R K01107 ASC119 FUND OF GAS HEATING SYSTEMS 3 10:30A 01:30P TU & TH ASC 000 HUGHES R K01108 ASC203 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION 3 12:00P 02:30P M & W ASC 000 HUGHES R K01109 ASC209 COMMERCIAL A/C SYSTEMS 3 12:00P 02:30P TU & TH ASC 000 HUGHES R KEvening01101 ASC127 HVACR ELECTRIC MOTORS 3 05:30P 07:30P M T W ASC 000 BUTTS S W01102 ASC147 REFRIGERANT TRANSITION & RECOV 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W ASC 000 BUTTS S W01103 ASC209 COMMERCIAL A/C SYSTEMS 3 05:00P 07:30P M & T ASC 000 BUTTS S W

05:50P 07:30P WED ASC 000

HISTORY06001 HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W VE2 001 REEVES R L06002 HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W VE2 001 DAVIS JR R S06003 HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH VE2 002 PINSON A T06004 HIS101I WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 TBA TBA REEVES R L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIS102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH VE2 001 REEVES R L06006 HIS102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH VE2 001 PINSON A T06007 HIS102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH VE2 002 COURINGTON L A06008 HIS102I WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 TBA TBA REEVES R L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH VE2 002 COURINGTON L A06011 HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W VE2 002 COURINGTON L A06012 HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH VE2 001 DAVIS JR R S06027 HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 005 HOLCOMB S M

Mini Term I

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06009 HIS201I UNITED STATES HISTORY 3 TBA TBA COURINGTON L AOnline course; For course information, contact [email protected] dates are 9/28 at 1p.m. or 9/29 at 5p.m., 11/3 at 5p.m. or 11/4 at 1 p.m., Final 12/8 at 5p.m. or 12/9 at 1p.m.

06013 HIS202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH VE2 001 REEVES R L06028 HIS202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 005 HOLCOMB S M

Mini Term II06014 HIS202I UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 TBA TBA COURINGTON L A

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] dates are 9/28 at 1p.m. or 9/29 at 5p.m., 11/3 at 5p.m. or 11/4 at 1 p.m., Final 12/8 at 5p.m. or 12/9 at 1p.m.

06015 HIS282 GENEALOGY I 3 09:30A 12:00P WED LIB 503 DAVIS JR R S06017 HIS283 GENEALOGY II 3 09:30A 12:00P TUESDAY LIB 503 DAVIS JR R S06018 HIS285 SOUTHERN RESEARCH 3 09:30A 12:00P THURSDAY LIB 503 DAVIS JR R SEvening06019 HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 06:00P 08:30P MONDAY VE2 001 THOMAS A L06020 HIS102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 06:00P 08:30P THURSDAY VE2 001 THOMAS A L06021 HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY VE2 001 WILLIAMS M L06022 HIS202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 06:00P 08:30P WED VE2 001 PINSON A T

HORTICULTUREDay06203 HOC110 INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE 3 12:00P 03:00P WED AGP 1 NETHERTON M K06202 HOC130 NURSERY PRODUCTION 3 08:00A 01:00P FRIDAY AGP 000 NETHERTON M K06207 HOC136 RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN 3 08:00A 01:00P TUESDAY AGP 000 NETHERTON M K06204 HOC140 PEST MANAGEMENT 3 08:00A 11:00A WED AGP 1 NETHERTON M K06208 HOC170A S.T./RESIDENT LANDSC & DES LAB 1 01:30P 03:30P TUESDAY AGP 000 NETHERTON M K06209 HOC182A SPC TOPS/GREENHS PLANT PRODUCT 3 TBA TBA AGP 000 NETHERTON M K06201 HOC211 GREENHOUSE CROP PROD 3 08:00A 01:00P MONDAY AGP 000 NETHERTON M K06205 HOC212 LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 3 08:00A 11:20A THURSDAY AGP 000 NETHERTON M K06212 HOC212 LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE 3 TBA TBA AGP 000 STAFF06211 HOC218 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION 3 TBA TBA AGP 000 STAFF06206 HOC275A SEMINAR/STATE CERTIFICATION ST 2 12:10P 02:10P THURSDAY AGP 1 NETHERTON M KEvening06210 HOC125 TURF MANAGEMENT 3 04:30P 08:30P MONDAY AGP 000 STAFF

HUMAN SERVICESDay06501 HUS101 INTRO TO HUMAN SERVICES 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH TBH 604 SWAFFORD B G06503 HUS120 MENTAL HEALTH TERMINOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:30P TUESDAY TBH 604 SWAFFORD B G

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] HUS211 INTRO ALC & DRUG PRE & ABUSE 3 09:15A 10:45A TU & TH TBH 604 STAFF06505 HUS214 WORKING W CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT 3 01:00P 03:30P THURSDAY TBH 604 STAFF06510 HUS224 CLINICAL INTERNSHIP I 3 TBA M THRU F BECK S K06507 HUS240I INTRODUCTION TO AGING 3 TBA TBA MOLZOF M E

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HUS241I MENTAL HEALTH WRK W/ELDERLY 3 TBA TBA STAFF

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HUS242I MAINT HEALTH & WELLNESS IN ELD 3 TBA TBA STAFF

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HUS103 INTRO TO DEV DISABILITIES 3 04:00P 06:30P TUESDAY TBH 604 HAWKINS E A

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] HUS212 PREVENT RES DRUG & ALCOH ABUSE 3 04:00P 06:30P THURSDAY TBH 604 STAFF

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

HUMANITIES06401 HUM101 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W FPA 215 SPARKS M G06402 HUM101I INTRO TO HUMANITIES 3 TBA TBA SPARKS M G

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum06405 HUM101 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I 3 01:00P 02:15P THURSDAY FPA 206 SPARKS M G

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 1:00 P.M.06403 HUM102I INTRO TO HUMANITIES II 3 TBA TBA SPARKS M G

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGYDay06701 ILT100 APPL ELECTR COMPUTATION 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W ILT 100 DUDLEY G P06702 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT 5 09:15A 01:45P M, W, F ILT 100 DUDLEY G P

Mini Term I06704 ILT107 CONCEPTS OF ALTERNATING CURRNT 5 09:15A 01:45P M, W, F ILT 100 DUDLEY G P

Mini Term II

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06703 ILT111 CONCEPTS OF SOLID STATE ELECTR 5 09:15A 01:45P T, TH & F ILT 200 JETTON T CMini Term I

06705 ILT113 CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT 5 09:15A 01:45P T, TH & F ILT 200 JETTON T CMini Term II

06706 ILT129 PC HARDWARE 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 300 DUDLEY G PMini Term I

06707 ILT130 PC SOFTWARE INSTALL & MAINTENA 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 300 DUDLEY G PMini Term II

06708 ILT164 CIRCUIT FABRICATION I 1 08:00A 09:00A FRIDAY ILT 100 DUDLEY G P06709 ILT165 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRON CONTROLS I 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

Mini Term I06710 ILT197 MOTOR CONTROLS I 3 08:00A 12:45P TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

Mini Term II06711 ILT220 ELECTRO-OPTICS 3 11:45A 01:00P M & W ILT 200 JETTON T C06712 ILT221 ELECTRO-OPTICS LAB 2 01:00P 02:40P M & W ILT 200 JETTON T C06713 ILT224 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W ILT 200 JETTON T C06714 ILT225 ELECTRONIC COMM LAB 2 09:15A 10:55A M & W ILT 200 JETTON T C06715 ILT291 COOPERATIVE EDU.CATION 3 TBA TBA ILT 000 STAFFEvening06716 ILT100 APPL ELECTR COMPUTATION 3 07:50P 09:05P TU & TH ILT 200 STAFF06717 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT 5 05:00P 07:50P TU & TH ILT 200 STAFF

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES06601 IDS200 COLLEGE SCHOLARS BOWL WORKSHOP 1 TBA TBA O’LEARY C

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGYDay08202 MTT127 METROLOGY 3 08:00A 09:50A MON THUR MTT 000 MCMINN G J08203 MTT129 LATHE OPERATIONS 6 08:00A 09:50A MONDAY MTT 000 MCMINN G J

10:00A 02:00P TUESDAY MTT 00010:35A 01:30P WED MTT 00009:45A 11:15A THURSDAY MTT 000

08205 MTT136 MILLING OPERATIONS 6 08:00A 10:35A MONDAY MTT 000 MCMINN G J09:50A 12:30P TUESDAY MTT 00009:45A 02:00P WED MTT 00012:00P 02:00P THURSDAY MTT 000

08206 MTT142 ADV MACHINING CALCULATIONS 3 09:00A 01:00P TUESDAY MTT 000 MOON R R08204 MTT171 INTERMEDIATE BLUEPRINT READING 3 08:00A 10:30A WED MTT 000 MCMINN G J08207 MTT182B S.T./SETUP & OPER-MFG PROC TH 3 09:45A 10:35A MONDAY MTT 000 MCMINN G J

10:40A 02:00P MONDAY MTT 00008208 MTT221 ADV BLUEPRINT READING FOR MACH 3 10:00A 02:00P WED MTT 000 MOON R R08209 MTT281B ST/INSPEC TECH & PRINT INTERPR 3 08:00A 08:50A MONDAY MTT 000 MOON R R

01:30P 02:20P MONDAY MTT 00008:00A 09:45A TUESDAY MTT 00012:00P 02:00P FRIDAY MTT 000

Evening08201 MTT129 LATHE OPERATIONS 6 05:30P 09:30P M T W MTT 000 BRISCOE J H

MARKETING12801 MKT220 ADVERTISING 3 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY BE 102 HICKS H M

MASSAGE THERAPYDay14202 MSG101I INTRO TO MASSAGE THERAPY 2 TBA TBA HERFURTH S B

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MSG105 MSG SUPERVISED CLINICAL I 2 07:45A 12:30P FRIDAY TBH 304 HERFURTH S B14207 MSG105 MSG SUPERVISED CLINICAL I 2 07:45A 12:30P SATURDAY TBH 304 HERFURTH S BEvening14203 MSG102 THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE LAB I 3 06:00P 09:00P TU & TH TBH 304 HERFURTH S B14204 MSG103 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 3 03:30P 05:30P FRIDAY TBH 314 STAFF

06:00P 08:00P FRIDAY TBH 31414205 MSG104 MUSCULOSKELETAL & KINES I 3 03:00P 05:00P TU & TH TBH 314 HERFURTH S B

MATH (VOCATIONAL)Day12501 MAH101 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH 3 02:15P 03:30P TU & TH JBC 503 DILLASHAW B R12502 MAH101 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH 3 08:00A 10:30A FRIDAY JBC 503 DILLASHAW B REvening12503 MAH101 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH 3 05:30P 08:00P THURSDAY JBC 503 DILLASHAW B R

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MATHEMATICSDay08056 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W JBC 509 MALLARD C B08057 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W JBC 509 MALLARD C B08058 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH JBC 504 STAFF08059 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W JBC 505 FAULKNER A K08060 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W JBC 505 FAULKNER A K08062 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH JBC 509 MALLARD C B08063 MTH090I BASIC MATH 3 TBA TBA MALLARD C B

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MTH090L BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH JBC 509 MALLARD C B08001 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 021 GRIFFIN C P08002 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W HGA 021 GRIFFIN C P08003 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W HGA 021 GRIFFIN C P08005 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S

Mini Term I08007 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S08008 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HGA 012 STAFF08009 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 012 STAFF08010 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HGA 021 BENTLEY S T08011 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 021 BENTLEY S T08014 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 12:00P FRIDAY HGA 026 GURLEY J S

Mini Term I08004 MTH098A ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 012 ADAMS D G

May require additional sessions on Wednesdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. or 1-208006 MTH098A ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W HGA 019 ADAMS D G

May require additional sessions on Wednesdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. or 1-208012 MTH098I ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA QUICK R M

Online course For course information, contact [email protected] MTH098I ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA MOORE S M

Online course For course information, contact [email protected] MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 010 SMITH B E08016 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S

Mini Term II08017 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W HGA 026 GURLEY J S08018 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W HGA 019 ADAMS D G08019 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 024 BOYD J L08020 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W HGA 012 ADAMS D G08021 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 019 ADAMS D G

Web Assisted08022 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 02:30P 05:00P TUESDAY HGA 012 MOORE S M08024 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P THURSDAY HGA 012 QUICK R M

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 1:00 P.M.08023 MTH100I INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA SMITH B E

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MTH103I INTRO TO TECHNICAL MATH 3 TBA TBA QUICK R M

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MTH110I FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 TBA TBA BOYD J L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W HGA 019 MOORE S M08028 MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W HGA 024 BOYD J L08029 MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 02:30P 05:00P MONDAY HGA 010 QUICK R M08030 MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH HGA 010 SMITH B E08031 MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 024 BOYD J L08032 MTH112I PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA SMITH B E

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MTH113 PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 019 MOORE S M08034 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 019 HILL J I08035 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HGA 019 HILL J I08036 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:15P THURSDAY HGA 019 MOORE S M

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 1:00 p.m.08037 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 024 BOYD J L08038 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH HGA 024 BOYD J L08066 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 03:00P SATURDAY CS 004 WILLOUGHBY T C

Meets 8/22; 9/12; 10/3; 10/24; 11/14; & 12/508039 MTH125 CALCULUS I 4 09:30A 11:10A TU & TH HGA 024 QUICK R M08040 MTH125 CALCULUS I 4 11:00A 12:40P M & W HGA 010 QUICK R M08041 MTH126 CALCULUS II 4 09:30A 11:10A M T W TH HGA 010 SMITH B E

Mini Term I08042 MTH227 CALCULUS III 4 09:30A 11:10A M T W TH HGA 010 SMITH B E

Mini Term II

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Evening08064 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 05:30P 08:00P TUESDAY JBC 509 STAFF08065 MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 05:30P 08:00P WED JBC 509 STAFF08043 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P MONDAY HGA 024 PAYNE B T08044 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY HGA 019 ARNOLD M P08045 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P THURSDAY HGA 024 PAYNE B T

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/0908046 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P MONDAY HGA 012 BEASLEY K08047 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY HGA 012 BEASLEY K08048 MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 03:30P 06:00P TUESDAY HGA 026 DOSS A P08050 MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P WED HGA 010 ADAMS T S08049 MTH113 PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY HGA 026 DOSS A P08051 MTH227 CALCULUS III 4 06:00P 09:20P MONDAY HGA 010 WILLOUGHBY T C

MEDICAL ASSISTANT07301 MAT102 MEDICAL ASSISTING THEORY I 3 10:00A 11:30A MONDAY FUQUA T L

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] MAT111 CLINICAL PROC FOR MED ASST 3 08:30A 10:30A THURSDAY STAFF

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] MAT120 MED ADMIN PROCEDU.RES I 3 08:00A 09:40A FRIDAY STAFF

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] MAT128 MED LAW & ETHICS FOR MED ASST 3 08:00A 09:45A MONDAY FUQUA T L

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] MAT215 LAB PROC II FOR MED ASST 3 TBA TBA FUGUA T L

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] MAT216 MED PHARMACOLOGY FOR MED ASST 4 08:00A 11:00 TUESDAY ALLEN C C07307 MAT222 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I 2 TBA TBA FUQUA T L

Mini Term I: For course information, contact [email protected] MAT228 MEDICAL ASST REVIEW COURSE 1 TBA TBA ALLEN C C07304 MAT229 MEDICAL ASST PRECEPTORSHIP 3 TBA TBA ALLEN C C

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION CERT08102 MTR170I BASIC MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Mini Term II; Online course; For course information contact [email protected] MTR171 GRAMMAR ESSENTIALS FOR MTS 1 TBA TBA HORTON S G08105 MTR171I GRAMMAR ESSENTIALS FOR MTS 1 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] MTR275 INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Mini Term I08101 MTR275I INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Mini Term I; Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

MUSIC APPLIED08401 MUP101 PRIVATE PIANO I 1 TBA TBA FPA 119 CHALKLEY D A08402 MUP103 PRIVATE ORGAN 1 TBA TBA FPA 121 SPARKS M G08403 MUP111 PRIVATE VOICE I 1 TBA TBA FPA 103 RICHTER T S08404 MUP127 PRIVATE DOUBLE BASS I 1 TBA TBA FPA 125 NEAL M A08405 MUP135 PRIVATE FRETTED INSTRUMENTS I 1 TBA TBA FPA 125 NEAL M A08406 MUP141 PRIVATE FLUTE I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08407 MUP143 PRIVATE CLARINET I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08408 MUP145 PRIVATE SAXOPHONE I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08409 MUP151 PRIVATE OBOE I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08410 MUP161 PRIVATE TRUMPET I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08411 MUP163 PRIVATE FRENCH HORN I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08412 MUP171 PRIVATE TROMBONE I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08413 MUP173 PRIVATE EUPHONIUM I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08414 MUP175 PRIVATE TUBA I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08415 MUP181 PRIVATE PERCUSSION I 1 TBA TBA FPA 125 NEAL M A08416 MUP201 PRIVATE PIANO III 1 TBA TBA FPA 119 CHALKLEY D A08417 MUP203 PRIVATE ORGAN III 1 TBA TBA FPA 121 SPARKS M G08418 MUP211 PRIVATE VOICE III 1 TBA TBA FPA 103 RICHTER T S08429 MUP227 PRIVATE DOUBLE BASS III 1 TBA TBA FPA 125 NEAL M A08434 MUP235 FRETTED INSTRUMENT III 1 TBA TBA FPA 125 NEAL M A08419 MUP241 PRIVATE FLUTE III 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08420 MUP243 PRIVATE CLARINET III 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08421 MUP245 PRIVATE SAXOPHONE III 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 BURKS R L08422 MUP261 PRIVATE TRUMPET III 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08423 MUP263 PRIVATE FRENCH HORN III 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08424 MUP271 PRIVATE TROMBONE III 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08425 MUP273 PRIVATE EUPHONIUM III 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08426 MUP275 PRIVATE TUBA III 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 BEAN R G08435 MUP281 PRIVATE PERCUSSION III 1 TBA TBA FPA 125 NEAL M A

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MUSIC EDUCATIONDay08501 MUS100 CONVOCATION 1 TBA TBA FPA 113 BURKS R L08502 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W FPA 113 BURKS R L08503 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 08:00A 09:15A THURSDAY FPA 201 BEAN R G

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 8:00 a.m.08504 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH FPA 201 BEAN R G08505 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA BEAN R G

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music08506 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA BEAN R G

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music08507 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA BURKS R L

Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/music08508 MUS111 MUSIC THEORY I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W FPA 201 RICHTER T S08509 MUS113 MUSIC THEORY LAB I 1 01:00P 02:15P M & W FPA 207 RICHTER T S08510 MUS211 MUSIC THEORY III 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W FPA 201 SPARKS M G08511 MUS213 MUSIC THEORY LAB III 1 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH FPA 207 RICHTER T S08512 MUS292 SONG WRITING 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH FPA 207 NEAL M A08513 MUS293 RECORDING TECHNIQUES 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH FPA 126 NEAL M AEvening08514 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 05:00P 07:30P MONDAY FPA 201 WATTS V M

MUSIC ENSEMBLE08301 MUL101 CLASS PIANO I 1 12:00P 01:00P TU & TH FPA 207 CHALKLEY D A08302 MUL111 CLASS VOICE I 1 02:30P 03:45P M & W FPA 207 RICHTER T S08303 MUL180 CHORUS I 1 01:00P 02:30P TU & TH FPA 113 RICHTER T S08304 MUL184 JAZZ/SHOW CHOIR I 1 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 112 RICHTER T S08305 MUL190 CONCERT BAND I 1 02:30P 03:45P TU & TH FPA 124 BURKS R L08306 MUL192 INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE I 1 TBA TBA BURKS R L08307 MUL196 JAZZ/SHOW BAND I 1 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH FPA 111 BURKS R L08308 MUL198 MARCHING BAND I 1 TBA TBA BURKS R L08313 MUL280 CHORUS III 1 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 112 RICHTER T S08310 MUL284 JAZZ/SHOW CHOIR III 1 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 112 RICHTER T S08311 MUL290 CONCERT BAND III 1 02:30P 03:45P TU & TH FPA 124 BURKS R L08312 MUL296 JAZZ/SHOW BAND III 1 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH FPA 111 BURKS R L

NURSING (ASSOCIATE DEGREE)Day08801 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6 12:00P 03:00P TU & TH NB 102 WILHITE D B08802 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6 08:00A 11:00A TU & TH NB 102 WILHITE D B08803 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6 12:30P 03:30P M & W NB 103 MOBLEY K S08804 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6 08:00A 11:00A W & F NB 103 BURGESS P A08806 NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 08:00A 11:00A WED NB 210 HOOVER D S08807 NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 12:00P 03:00P WED NB 210 HOOVER D S08808 NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY NB 210 HOOVER D S08809 NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 12:00P 03:00P THURSDAY NB 210 HOOVER D S08811 NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 1 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY NB 209 HARDIN G D08812 NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 1 12:00P 03:00P THURSDAY NB 209 HARDIN G D08813 NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 1 08:00A 12:00P WED NB 209 HARDIN G D08814 NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 1 12:00P 03:00P WED NB 209 HARDIN G D08816 NUR106 MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 5 10:00A 03:00P MONDAY NB 211 MOBLEY K S08817 NUR106 MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 5 10:00A 03:00P TUESDAY NB 211 MOBLEY K S08818 NUR106 MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 5 10:00A 03:00P FRIDAY NB 211 HARDIN G D08820 NUR201 NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY NB 211 TURNER S B08821 NUR201 NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY NB 211 TURNER S B08822 NUR201 NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 08:00A 11:00A WED NB 211 TURNER S B08824 NUR202 NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II 6 12:00P 03:00P MONDAY NB 106 HARGETT A C08825 NUR202 NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II 6 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY LIB 100 LOCKHART N E08826 NUR202 NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II 6 12:00P 03:00P TUESDAY LIB 100 LOCKHART N E08828 NUR204 TRANSITION TO NSG PRACTICE 4 09:00A 11:00A MONDAY NB 210 LOCKHART N EEvening08805 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6 04:00P 08:00P M & W NB 103 BURGESS P A

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 06:00P 08:00P TUESDAY NB 210 HOOVER D S

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 1 04:00P 06:00P TUESDAY NB 209 HARDIN G D

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] NUR106 MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 5 05:00P 07:00P MONDAY NB 211 MOBLEY K S

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] NUR201 NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 05:00P 06:30P WED NB 211 HARGETT A C

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

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08827 NUR202 NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II 6 04:00P 06:00P FRIDAY NB 211 HOOVER D SHybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASST09306 OTA200I OT FUNDAMENTALS 3 TBA TBA HYATT B G

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] OTA205 PRACTICAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY 4 08:00A 08:50A TU & TH TBH 508 HYATT B G

09:00A 12:00P TU & TH TBH 50809303 OTA208 DEVELOPMENT ACROSS LIFE SPAN 3 TBA TU & TH TBH 508 GIPSON T R

LAB TBAHybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

09302 OTA220 REFERRAL & ASSESS TECHNIQUES 3 08:00A 09:00A M & W TBH 508 GIPSON T R09310 OTA230I THE PSYCHIATRIC ENVIR & OT 2 TBA TBA HYATT B G

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] OTA231 GROUP PROCESS IN O.T. 1 10:00A 12:00P WED TBH 508 GIPSON T R09308 OTA250 LEVEL I FIELDWORK-A 1 08:00A 01:00P FRIDAY HYATT B G

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] OTA251 LEVEL I FIELDWORK-B 1 01:00P 03:00P M & W HYATT B G

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

ORIENTATION DEGREE

Please note: All ORI 101 courses are Mini Term IDay09101 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 08:00A 09:15A MONDAY JBC 510 MOSS B09102 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 09:30A 10:45A MONDAY JBC 510 RICE W T09103 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P MONDAY JBC 510 GATTIS T W09104 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P MONDAY JBC 510 WHITT T D

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/24/09 1:00 p.m.09105 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P MONDAY JBC 510 RICE D M09107 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 08:00A 09:15A TUESDAY JBC 510 WHITT T D

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 8:00 a.m.09108 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 09:30A 10:45A TUESDAY JBC 510 MOSS B09109 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P TUESDAY JBC 510 GATTIS T W09110 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P TUESDAY JBC 510 WHITT T D

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 1:00 p.m.09111 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P TUESDAY JBC 510 RICE D M09112 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P WED JBC 510 MOSS B09113 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P WED JBC 510 GATTIS T W09114 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P WED JBC 510 RICE D M09115 ORI101I ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA LEWIS K L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] ORI101I ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA LEWIS K L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 04:30P 05:45P MONDAY JBC 510 STAFF

Day09117 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 02:00P 03:40P TUESDAY JBC 505 STAFF09118 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 02:00P 03:40P MONDAY JBC 505 STAFF09119 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 09:30A 10:20A M & W JBC 503 YORK D B09120 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 11:00A 11:50A M & W JBC 503 YORK D B09121 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 01:00P 01:50P M & W JBC 509 STAFF09122 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 08:00A 08:50A M & W JBC 503 SLATER L K09124 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 09:30A 10:20A TU & TH JBC 505 PUTMAN R D09125 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 11:00A 11:50A TU & TH JBC 505 PUTMAN R D09126 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 01:00P 01:50P TU & TH JBC 509 STAFF09127 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 09:30A 11:10A MONDAY JBC 505 SHARPE G A09128 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 09:30A 11:10A TUESDAY JBC 509 SHARPE G A09129 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 09:30A 11:10A THURSDAY JBC 509 CLEM T J09130 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 08:00A 09:40A THURSDAY JBC 505 SLATER L K09123 ORI103L ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 08:00A 08:50A TU & TH JBC 509 CLEM T JEvening09131 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 05:30P 07:10P TUESDAY JBC 505 STAFF09132 ORI103 ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 05:30P 07:10P THURSDAY JBC 505 STAFF

PARALEGALDay10101 PRL101 INTRO TO PARALEGAL STUDY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W BE 111 BROOKS J L10103 PRL102 BAS LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH BE 111 BROOKS J L10107 PRL160 CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 3 06:00P 02:15P TU & TH BE111 BROOKS J L10102 PRL230 DOMESTIC LAW 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W BE 111 BROOKS J L

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Evening10106 PRL102 BAS LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING 3 05:30P 08:00P THURSDAY BE 111 SAPP JR R A10105 PRL210 REAL ESTATE 3 05:30P 08:45P TUESDAY BE 111 BROOKS J L10104 PRL262 CIVIL LAW AND PROCEDU.RES 3 05:30P 08:00P MONDAY BE 111 SAPP JR R A

PHARMACY TECH09601 PHM100 INTRO TO PHARMACY 2 TBA TBA BROOKS B D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PHM102 PHARMACOLOGY I 3 TBA TBA BROOKS B D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PHM205 BILLING & COMPUTERS 3 TBA TBA BROOKS B D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PHM207 INSTITUTIONAL PHARMACY 3 TBA TBA BROOKS B D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PHM210 PHARMACY PRACTICE 3 TBA TBA HS 213 BROOKS B D

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

PHILOSOPHYDay09501 PHL106 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 09:30A 10:15A M & W FPA 206 WALTON R L09502 PHL106 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH FPA 206 SEAY W09503 PHL106I INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY 3 TBA TBA WALTON R L

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum09504 PHL206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 206 SEAY W09506 PHL206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W FPA 206 WALTON R L09505 PHL206I ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 TBA TBA WALTON R L

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum09507 PHL210I ETHICS AND THE HEALTH SCIENCES 3 TBA TBA HARPER W A

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/humEvening09508 PHL206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 06:00P 08:30P THURSDAY FPA 206 WALTON R L

PHYSICAL EDUCATIONDay09447 PED100 FUNDAMENTALS OF FITNESS 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 103 BAILEY K P09448 PED100 FUNDAMENTALS OF FITNESS 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH WC 103 BAILEY K P09416 PED101 SLIMNASTICS (BEGINNING) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH WC 102 NEWMAN C M09417 PED102 SLIMNASTICS (INTERMEDIATE) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH WC 102 NEWMAN C M09412 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 03:00P 04:15P M & W WC 103 MOSS M L09420 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 09:30A 10:45A M & W WC 103 SLATER L K09426 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 08:00A 09:15A M & W WC 103 SHARPE G A09433 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 01:00P 02:15P M & W WC 103 YORK D B09435 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH WC 103 YORK D B09436 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH WC 103 YORK D B09437 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH WC 103 YORK D B09445 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 03:00P 04:15P TU & TH WC 103 NEWMAN C M09449 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH WC 103 STAFF09453 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 103 STAFF09413 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 03:00P 04:15P M & W WC 103 MOSS M L09421 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 09:30A 10:45A M & W WC 103 SLATER L K09427 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 08:00A 09:15A M & W WC 103 SHARPE G A09438 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 01:00P 02:15P M & W WC 103 YORK D B09440 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH WC 103 YORK D B09441 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH WC 103 YORK D B09442 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH WC 103 YORK D B09446 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 03:00P 04:15P TU & TH WC 103 NEWMAN C M09450 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH WC 103 STAFF09454 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 103 STAFF09410 PED107 AEROBICS DANCE (BEGINNING) 1 09:30A 10:45A M & W WC 102 MOSS M L09411 PED108 AEROBICS DANCE (INTERMEDIATE) 1 09:30A 10:45A M & W WC 102 MOSS M L09455 PED109 JOGGING 1 TBA TBA SMITH K L09404 PED118 GEN CONDITIONING (BEGINNING) 1 03:00P 04:15P M & W WC 103 CLEM T J09405 PED119 GEN CONDITIONING (INTER) 1 03:00P 04:15P M & W WC 103 CLEM T J09443 PED123 GOLF (BEGINNING) 1 08:00A 09:15A M & W CMG 000 YORK D B09444 PED124 GOLF (INTERMEDIATE) 1 09:30A 10:45A M & W CMG 000 STAFF09422 PED171 BASKETBALL (BEGINNING) 1 11:00A 12:15P M & W COL 000 SLATER L K09430 PED171 BASKETBALL (BEGINNING) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH COL 000 SHARPE G A09423 PED172 BASKETBALL (INTERMEDIATE) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH COL 000 SLATER L K09419 PED176 VOLLEYBALL (BEGINNING) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH COL 000 DANIEL R W09456 PED179 SOCCER (INTERMEDIATE) 1 TBA TBA SPITZER B J09409 PED181 BASEBALL (BEGINNING) 1 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH BBF 000 PUTMAN R D09401 PED186 SOFTBALL (BEGINNING) 1 11:00A 12:15P M & W SBF 000 CLEM T J

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09432 PED200 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDU. 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH WC 105 SHARPE G A09418 PED213 BAS V-BALL RULES & OFF TECH 3 01:00P 01:50P M W F COL 000 DANIEL R W09406 PED216 SPORTS OFFICIATING 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 206 PUTMAN R D09424 PED217 BAS BKTBALL RULES & OFF TECH 3 03:00P 04:15P TU & TH COL 000 SLATER L K09431 PED217 BAS BKTBALL RULES & OFF TECH 3 02:00P 02:50P M W F COL 000 SHARPE G A09425 PED218 ADV BKTBALL RULES & OFF TECH 3 TBA TBA SLATER L K09402 PED219 BAS BB & SB RULES & OFF TECH 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W SBF 000 CLEM T J09408 PED219 BAS BB & SB RULES & OFF TECH 3 01:00P 01:50P M W F BBF 000 PUTMAN R D09403 PED220 ADV BB & SB RULES & OFF TECH 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH SBF 000 CLEM T JEvening09414 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 04:15P 05:30P M & W WC 103 MOSS M L09428 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 05:30P 06:45P TU & TH WC 103 SHARPE G A09434 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 05:30P 06:45P M & W WC 103 YORK D B09451 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 1 04:15P 05:50P TU & TH WC 103 SMITH K L09415 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 04:15P 05:30P M & W WC 103 MOSS M L09429 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 05:30P 06:45P TU & TH WC 103 SHARPE G A09439 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 05:30P 06:45P M & W WC 103 YORK D B09452 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 1 04:15P 05:30P TU & TH WC 103 SMITH K L09407 PED216 SPORTS OFFICIATING 3 05:30P 08:00P MONDAY WC 206 PUTMAN R D09457 PED240 SPORT & REC SCUBA DIVING 1 05:30P 08:00P THURSDAY WC 101 HUTCHENS R P

PHYSICAL SCIENCE09702 PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 12:30P 03:00P TUESDAY SCI 212 O’LEARY C

Mini Term II Hybrid format; Orientation 10/20/09 12:30 p.m.09701 PHS111I PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 TBA TBA EVANKO L R

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected]

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT10301 PTA200I PT ISSUES & TRENDS 2 TBA TBA TBA ADAMS A S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PTA200I PT ISSUES & TRENDS 2 TBA TBA TBA ADAMS A S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PTA201 PTA SEMINAR 2 TBA TBA TBH 314 ADAMS A S10303 PTA202I PTA COMMUNICATION SKILLS 2 TBA TBA SMALLWOOD L S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PTA220 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:30A TU & TH TBH 314 ADAMS A S10321 PTA222 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY LAB 2 08:00A 09:30A TU & TH TBH 314 ADAMS A S10322 PTA222 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY LAB 2 08:00A 09:30A TU & TH TBH 314 CRAWFORD R M10323 PTA222 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY LAB 2 09:30A 12:00P TU & TH TBH 305 STAFF10310 PTA230 NEUROSCIENCE 2 08:00A 10:00A WED TBH 314 ADAMS A S

NACC & BSCC students only.10311 PTA231 REHABILITATION TECH 2 10:00A 12:30P WED TBH 304 STAFF

NACC students only.10312 PTA231 REHABILITATION TECH 2 10:00A 12:30P WED TBH 305 SMALLWOOD L S

BSCC students only.10313 PTA232 ORTHOPEDICS FOR THE PTA 2 01:00P 03:00P WED TBH 314 CRAWFORD R M

NACC & BSCC students only.10305 PTA240 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES I 2 12:30P 02:30P TU & TH TBH 314 CRAWFORD R M10314 PTA241I PHYSICAL DISABILITIES II 2 TBA TBA CRAWFORD R M

NACC & BSCC students only. Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PTA250 THERAPEUTIC PROCEDU.RES I 4 02:30P 06:00P TU & TH TBH 314 CRAWFORD R M10307 PTA260 CLINICAL EDUCATION I 1 TBA TBA STRICKLAND J E10317 PTA260 CLINICAL EDUCATION I 1 TBA TBA STRICKLAND J E

NACC & BSCC students only.10318 PTA266 CLINICAL FIELD WORK I 2 TBA TBA STRICKLAND J E

NACC & BSCC students only.10308 PTA293 DIRECTED STUDY FOR PTA 1 TBA TBA TBH 314 STRICKLAND J E

PHYSICSDay09802 PHY115 TECHNICAL PHYSICS 4 09:30A 11:45A M & W SCI 212 O’LEARY C09801 PHY201 GENERAL PHYSICS I TRIG BASED 4 09:30A 11:45A TU & TH SCI 203 O’LEARY C09803 PHY214 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CAL II 4 01:00P 03:15P M & W SCI 203 O’LEARY CEvening09804 PHY213 GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CAL I 4 06:00P 09:00P MONDAY SCI 203 O’LEARY C

06:00P 08:00P WED SCI 203

POLITICAL SCIENCE09901 POL211 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W BE 111 BROOKS J L

POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC TECHNOLIGIST12304 PSG110 INTRO TO ELECTRONEURO 2 12:20P 02:00P TUESDAY TBH 611 CROW K C

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12305 PSG111 INTRO ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 3 02:10P 04:40P TUESDAY TBH 611 RODGERS R J12301 PSG112 SLEEP/WAKE A & P 3 12:20P 02:50P WED TBH 611 CROW K C12302 PSG113 FUND OF POLYSOMNOGRAPHY 4 03:00P 06:20P WED TBH 611 RODGERS R J12303 PSG118 CLINICAL PRACTICE IV 2 TBA TBA RODGERS R J

PSYCHOLOGYDay10201 PSY106 CAREER EXPLORATION 1 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P10204 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W TBH 116 BRUNNER S H10205 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W TBH 604 OREAR S J10206 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W TBH 116 BRUNNER S H10207 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH TBH 116 BOLES S W10208 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 09:30A 11:00A TU & TH TBH 116 BOLES S W10209 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH TBH 116 BRUNNER S H10210 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH JBC 610 OREAR S J10222 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 002 STAFF

Mini Term I10202 PSY200I GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA BECK S K

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PSY200I GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA VICKERY J W

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W TBH 116 BRUNNER S H10215 PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH TBH 116 BRUNNER S H10223 PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 002 HUGHES J P

Mini Term II10212 PSY210I HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 TBA TBA BECK S K

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PSY210I HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 TBA TBA OREAR S J

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] PSY230 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH TBH 604 BECK S KEvening10211 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY TBH 116 VICKERY J W10216 PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 06:00P 08:30P THURSDAY TBH 116 VICKERY J W

READINGDay10503 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH JBC 504 CONGO H S10505 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W JBC 503 STAFF10507 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH JBC 504 CONGO H S10509 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W JBC 610 STAFF10511 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W BE 108 BENTLEY C L10513 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BE 108 STAFF10501 RDG083L DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W JBC 504 CONGO H S10504 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH JBC 504 CONGO H S10506 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W JBC 503 STAFF10510 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W JBC 610 STAFF10512 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W BE 108 BENTLEY C L10514 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BE 108 STAFF10517 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH JBC 504 CONGO H S10502 RDG114L CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W JBC 504 CONGO H SEvening10515 RDG083 DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 05:30P 08:00P MONDAY JBC 504 STERLING H10516 RDG114 CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE 3 05:30P 08:00P MONDAY JBC 504 STERLING H

REAL ESTATE SALES/MANAGEMENT10801 RLS101 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES 4 05:30P 08:45P TUESDAY BE 111 BROOKS J L

RELIGIONDay10706 REL100I HISTORY OF WORLD RELIGIONS 3 TBA TBA HERSHBERGER W C

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum10701 REL151 SURVEY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT 3 08:00A 09:15A THURSDAY FPA 215 WALTON R L10702 REL152I SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT 3 TBA TBA RICHTER III J W

Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/humEvening10703 REL152 SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY FPA 206 HERSHBERGER W C

RESPIRATORY THERAPIST10901 RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 2 07:00A 07:00P THURSDAY STAFF10902 RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 2 07:00A 07:00P THURSDAY STAFF

BSCC students only.

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10903 RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 2 07:00A 07:00P THURSDAY STAFFNACC students only.

10904 RPT211 INTRO TO RESPIRATORY CARE 2 12:00P 02:00P TUESDAY TBH 216 STAFFHybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

10907 RPT212 FUND OF RESPIRATORY CARE I 4 08:00A 10:00A MONDAY TBH 216 STAFFLAB TBA

Hybrid format; For course information contact [email protected] RPT213 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY FOR RCP 3 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY TBH 216 STAFF

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RPT214 PHARMACOLOGY FOR THE RCP 2 10:00A 12:00P MONDAY TBH 216 STAFF

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 2 07:00A 07:00P MONDAY STAFF10917 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 2 07:00A 07:00P MONDAY STAFF

BSCC students only.10918 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 2 07:00A 07:00P MONDAY STAFF

NACC students only.10919 RPT232 DIAGNOSTIC PROC FOR THE RCP 2 10:00A 12:00P WED TBH 216 STAFF

Hybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected] RPT242 PERINATAL/PEDIATRIC RESP CARE 3 08:00A 10:00A WED TBH 216 STAFF

LAB TBAHybrid format; For course information, contact; [email protected].

10925 RPT244 CRITICAL CARE CONSIDER FOR RCP 2 01:00P 03:00P WED TBH 216 STAFFHybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

10928 RPT264 RESP CARE PRACT UPDATE 1 03:00P 04:00P WED TBH 216 STAFFHybrid format; For course information, contact [email protected].

SOCIOLOGY11202 SOC200 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH JBC 610 OREAR S J11203 SOC200 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W JBC 610 FOUNTAIN C

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/19/09 11:00 a.m.11201 SOC200I INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 TBA TBA OREAR S J

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

SPANISH11302 SPA101 INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 08:00A 09:45A M & W CS 005 SPEEKER D K11303 SPA101 INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 09:30A 11:15A TU & TH CS 005 SPEEKER D K11301 SPA101I INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 TBA TBA SPEEKER D K

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

SPEECHDay11401 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W SC CA-A HOPPER R E11402 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W SC CA-B COX M S11403 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W SC CA-A HOPPER R E11404 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH SC CA-B COX M S11406 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 03:00P 05:30P TUESDAY SC CA-B COX M S

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/25/09 3:00 p.m.11407 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 08:00A 09:15A THURSDAY SC CA-B COX M S

Hybrid format; Orientation 8/20/09 8:00 a.m.11408 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W SC CA-A HOPPER R E11405 SPH106L FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH SC CA-A HOPPER R E11410 SPH107 FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 101 METCALF R L11411 SPH107 FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH WC 101 METCALF R L11409 SPH107L FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W WC 101 METCALF R LEvening11414 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 08:30P MONDAY SC CA-B COX M S11415 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 08:30P TUESDAY SC CA-A HOPPER R E11416 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 08:30P WED CS 004 SKELLEY V11417 SPH106 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 08:30P THURSDAY CS 004 SKELLEY V11412 SPH111 SIGN LANGUAGE I 3 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY CS 005 SCHLOSSER M W11413 SPH112 SIGN LANGUAGE II 3 07:30P 10:00P TUESDAY CS 005 SCHLOSSER M W

TECHNICAL COMPUTER SCIENCEDay12601 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT 3 02:30P 05:00P WED CS 021 SMITH S BEvening12602 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

Mini Term I

THEATRE ARTS11608 THR113 THEATER WORKSHOP I 2 03:00P 04:40P MONDAY SC CA-B CANTRELL A L

CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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11609 THR114 THEATER WORKSHOP II 2 03:00P 04:40P MONDAY SC CA-B CANTRELL A L11602 THR120 THEATER APPRECIATION 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH SC CA-B CANTRELL A L11601 THR120I THEATER APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA CANTRELL A L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] THR131 ACTING TECHNIQUES I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W SC CA-B CANTRELL A L11604 THR132 ACTING TECHNIQUES II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W SC CA-B CANTRELL A L11606 THR141 INTRO TO DANCE IN THEATER I 2 12:30P 02:10P MONDAY SC CA-B CANTRELL A L11607 THR142 INTRO TO DANCE IN THEATER II 2 12:30P 02:10P MONDAY SC CA-B CANTRELL A L11605 THR251 THEATER FOR CHILDREN I 3 12:30P 03:00P TUESDAY SC CA-B CANTRELL A L

UPHOLSTERY11702 UPH111 UPHOLSTERY FUND & DESIGN 3 11:30A 02:00P MONDAY UPH 000 SMITH K A11705 UPH112 UPHOLSTERY DESIGN FURN LAB 3 09:00A 12:45P WED UPH 000 SMITH K A

08:00A 11:45A THURSDAY UPH 00011706 UPH113 UPHOLSTERY DESIGN AUTO LAB 3 09:00A 12:45P TUESDAY UPH 000 SMITH K A

08:00A 11:45A THURSDAY UPH 00011701 UPH121 CORRELATING DEC ELEMENTS 3 08:00A 10:30A MONDAY UPH 000 SMITH K A11704 UPH216 DRAPERIES, CORNICES, BEDDING 3 08:00A 08:50A WED UPH 000 SMITH K A

09:00A 01:10P WED UPH 00011703 UPH225 ADV FURNITURE TECHNIQUES 3 08:00A 08:50A TUESDAY UPH 000 SMITH K A

09:00A 01:10P TUESDAY UPH 000

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS12901 VCM145 INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 3 01l00P 02:15P TU & TH FPA 216 SCOTT A P12902 VCM270 SUPERVISED STUDY IN GRAPHICS 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH FPA 216 SCOTT A P12903 VCM289 PORTFOLIO 1 TBA TBA SCOTT A P

WELDINGDay12003 WDT119 GAS MET ARC/FLUX CORED ARC WLD 3 01:20P 02:10P M T W WDT 000 THOMPSON J A12005 WDT124 GAS METAL ARC/FLUX CORED ARC L 3 08:00A 01:15P MONDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A

08:00A 12:45P TUESDAY WDT 00008:00A 10:30A THURSDAY WDT 000

12011 WDT158 CONSUMABLE WELD PROC LAB 3 12:45P 02:10P TUESDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A08:00A 02:15P WEDNESDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A08:00A 10:30A THURSDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A

12012 WDT167 FCAW LAB 3 12:45P 02:10P TUESDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A08:00A 02:15P WEDNESDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A08:00A 10:30A THURSDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A

12004 WDT219 WELD INSPECTION & TESTING 3 11:40A 02:10P THURSDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A12008 WDT258 CERTIFICATION 3 08:00A 01:15P MONDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A

08:00A 12:45P TUESDAY WDT 00012010 WDT282B SPEC TOPS/GTAW WELDING 3 08:00A 01:15P MONDAY WDT 000 THOMPSON J A12009 WDT294 CO-OP 2 TBA TBA WDT 000 THOMPSON J AEvening12002 WDT125 SMAW GROOVE LAB 3 07:30P 09:30P M T W WDT 000 SPARKS J D12001 WDT219 WELD INSPECTION & TESTING 3 05:30P 06:30P M T W WDT 000 SPARKS J D

WORK KEYS, INTEGRATEDDay12101 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 2 02:00P 04:009 WEDNESDAY JBC 000 CLEVELAND P C12102 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 2 08:00A 10:00A THURSDAY JBC 000 CLEVELAND P C12103 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 2 12:00P 02:00P THURSDAY JBC 000 CLEVELAND P C12105 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 2 10:00A 12:00P FRIDAY JBC 000 CLEVELAND P CEvening12104 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 2 06:00P 08:00P THURSDAY JBC 000 CLEVELAND P C

VIDEO CLASSES

06016 HIS282V INTRO TO GENEALOGY 3 TBA TBA TBA DAVIS JR R SVideo course For course information, contact [email protected].

MINI TERM IAUTMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY13005 AUT232 SENSORS TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATI 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

BUSINESS & OFFICE ADMIN08913 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

COMPUTER SCIENCE02502 CIS196W COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS 3 05:30P 10:00P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE03208 CRJ100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 05:00P 09:30P MONDAY GS 007 HOWELL R W03209 CRJ237 FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY 3 05:00P 09:30P WED GS 007 HALL T D

ENGLISH04809 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 12:30P 03:00P M & W CS 001 BARNETT D J04874 ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 003 NARRELL T G

HEALTH CARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY06107 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH TBH 408 CONN D T06109 HIT151 HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA HORTON S G06110 HIT151I HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D06111 HIT152 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 1 TBA TBA HORTON S G06112 HIT152I SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 1 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

HISTORY06027 HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 005 HOLCOMB S M

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY06702 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT 5 09:15A 01:45P M W F ILT 100 DUDLEY G P06703 ILT111 CONCEPTS OF SOLID STATE ELECTR 5 09:15A 01:45P T TH & F ILT 200 JETTON T C06706 ILT129 PC HARDWARE 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 300 DUDLEY G P06709 ILT165 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRON CONTROLS I 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

MATHEMATICS08005 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S08014 MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 12:00P FRIDAY HGA 026 GURLEY J S08041 MTH126 CALCULUS II 4 09:30A 11:10A M T W TH HGA 010 SMITH B E

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION CERT07307 MAT222 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I 2 TBA TBA FUQUA T L08103 MTR275 INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA HORTON S G08101 MTR275I INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

ORIENTATION DEGREEDay9101 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 08:00A 09:15A MONDAY JBC 510 MOSS B09102 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 09:30A 10:45A MONDAY JBC 510 RICE W T09103 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P MONDAY JBC 510 GATTIS T W09105 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P MONDAY JBC 510 RICE D M09108 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 09:30A 10:45A TUESDAY JBC 510 MOSS B09109 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P TUESDAY JBC 510 GATTIS T W09111 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P TUESDAY JBC 510 RICE D M09112 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P WED JBC 510 MOSS BF09113 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P WED JBC 510 GATTIS T W09114 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P WED JBC 510 RICE D M09115 ORI101I ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA LEWIS K L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] ORI101I ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA LEWIS K L

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

Evening09106 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 04:30P 05:45P MONDAY JBC 510 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY10222 PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 002 STAFF

Mini Term I

TECHNICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE12602 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

MINI TERM II

AUTMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY13001 AUT100 INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE CONCEPTS 3 11:30A 02:00P M & W ILT 100 HENDRIX W J13003 AUT112 PRINCIPLES OF IND ELECTRICITY 3 09:15A 11:00A M & W ILT 100 HENDRIX W J13006 AUT234 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I 3 08:00A 12:45P TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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BUSINESS01709 BUS291 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 3 TBA TBA ATCHLEY B P

COMPUTER SCIENCE02540 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:30P 10:30P THURSDAY CS 021 FINCHER J C

CRIMINAL JUSTICE03210 CRJ220 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 3 05:00P 09:30P MONDAY GS 007 HOWELL R W03211 CRJ230 CRIMINALISTICS 3 05:00P 09:30P WED GS 007 HALL T D

ENGLISH04826 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 12:30P 03:00P M & W CS 001 BARNETT D J04875 ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 003 NARRELL T G

HEALTH CARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY06105 HIT115 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY 4 12:00P 03:20P TU & TH TBH 408 STAFF06106 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT153 HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA HORTON S G06113 HIT153I HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA MCKELVEY C D

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected] HIT231I MEDICAL CODING SKILLS LAB 1 TBA TBA STANLEY D S

Online course; For course information, contact [email protected].

HISTORY06028 HIS202 UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 005 HOLCOMB S M

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY06704 ILT107 CONCEPTS OF ALTERNATING CURRNT 5 09:15A 01:45P M W F ILT 100 DUDLEY G P06705 ILT113 CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT 5 09:15A 01:45P T, TH & F ILT 200 JETTON T C06707 ILT130 PC SOFTWARE INSTALL & MAINTENA 3 08:00A 11:20A TU & TH ILT 300 DUDLEY G P06710 ILT197 MOTOR CONTROLS I 3 08:00A 12:45P TU & TH ILT 100 HENDRIX W J

MATHEMATICS08016 MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S08042 MTH227 CALCULUS III 4 09:30A 11:10A M T W TH HGA 010 SMITH B E

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION CERT08102 MTR170I BASIC MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA HORTON S G

Online course; For course information contact [email protected].

PSYCHOLOGY10223 PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 08:00A 12:00P SATURDAY CS 002 HUGHES J P

PHYSICAL SCIENCE09702 PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 12:30P 03:00P TUESDAY SCI 212 O’LEARY C

Hybrid format; Orientation 10/20/09 12:30 p.m.

CALL COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

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Having Problems with Blackboard (WebCT)?

The WSCC Blackboard Online Support Center’s Customer Care Technicians are available for support 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

Call 1-866-265-4848 for live assistance.Blackboard Support Center Website:

http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=4158

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CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

*Pulmonary Diseases in the Elderly 4hrs Friday, Aug. 14 9am -12:30pm JBC 410 $40.00

Spanish for Nurses 9hrs Saturday, Aug. 15 8am - 5pm JBC 410 $89.00

*Asthma Update 4hrs Friday, Aug. 28 9am -12:30pm JBC 410 $40.00

* COPD Update 4hrs Friday, Sept. 11 9am - 12:30pm JBC 410 $40.00

*Customer Service in Healthcare 4hrs Friday, Sept. 25 9am -12:30pm JBC 410 $40.00

*Healthcare for Baby Boomers 4hrs Friday, Oct. 9 9am -12:30pm JBC 410 $40.00

Spanish for Nurses 9hrs Saturday, Oct. 10 8am - 5pm JBC 410 $89.00

To Register Call Staci Bryan at 256-352-8166 or email [email protected]

Approved as a provider of continuing education by the Alabama Board of Nursing (ABNP0137)

* Approved For Respiratory Therapists by ASBRT

Fall Semester 2009 Schedule of Classes • page 39

continuing education and short-term skills training

Training for Existing Business and Industryand Short Term Skills Training

Wallace State Community College will conduct training ata time and location convenient for our Business and In-dustry partners. Our staff works with area businesses andindustries to meet their specific training needs throughscheduled classes or by designing customized training.Specially designed classes are monitored by our staff inconjunction with company representatives to ensure thatemployees reach the company’s stated training out-comes. Some of our training subjects include but are notlimited to the following:

• Leadership Skills• CNC (Computer Numeric Control)• Machine Tool / CNC / Machine Shop Skills• Welding• Industrial Maintenance• JAVA Software• OSHA Safety• PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)• Secretarial Skills• Spanish for Workplace

• Statistical Process Control (SPC)• Conflict Resolution• Problem Solving• Time Management• Harassment• Blueprint Reading• CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)• Computer Skills for Workplace

(Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)• Technical Writing• Lean Manufacturing• Introduction to Metrology• Phlebotomy• CPR• First Aid• Basic Computer Literacy• Software Design• Graphic Design• Truck Driver Training• CAD / CAM• Culinary Arts• HVAC• E-Commerce• Ethics in Healthcare• Robotics

We will be glad to arrange a meeting to discuss trainingoptions for your company. For more information, call(256) 352-8184 or (256) 352-8166, or email [email protected]

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SHORT TERM SKILLS TRAININGINTRO TO MITSUBISHI PLC AND GX-DEVELOPERInstructor: David MinorEntry level training for individuals with little or no experiencewith PLC. Training will begin with an overview of binaryand hexadecimal numbering systems in order to understandthe bit identification nomenclature of PLCs. At the end of thistraining, the trainee will be able to convert numbers back andforth from decimal, binary, and hexadecimal form. Participantsare welcome to bring PLC programs from their place of work, ifthey have questions about them, so questions can be used asin-class examples toward the end of the final session.Tuesdays and Thursdays, Aug. 25 – Sept. 3, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.Fee: $500Location: TBA

ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCEInstructor: David MinorAn introduction to the physics of electricity. Basic troubleshoot-ing techniques will be taught.Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 22 – Oct. 1, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.Fee: $500Location: TBA

SHORT-TERM WELDThis 225-hour course provides basic instruction in oxy-fuel cut-ting (torch cutting) and the student’s choice of shielded metalarc welding (stick welding), MIG wire welding process, or TIGprocess.Monday – Wednesday 5:30 p.m.– 9:30 p.m. (open enrollment)Fee: $2000 WIA approvedLocation: WDT

CAREER TRAININGCERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTInstructors: Rhonda Ryan, RN and Krista Phillips, RNCertified nursing assistants work at the direction of nurses toprovide basic patient care and play a critical role in successfulhealthcare by extending the capability of nurses and doctors toprovide better patient care. CNA classes will train individuals toassess patient needs, to interact effectively with the patient,and to make observations regarding a patient's condition andstate of mind. FREE Information Session: Tuesday, Aug. 11, 7:00 p.m. at JBC12th floor.Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 15 – Nov. 10, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. The 26-hr clinical rotation will be on the following three Satur-days: Nov. 14, 21, and Dec. 5Fee: $790 plus $15 insurance fee (includes textbook and examfee) WIA approvedLocation: BBS 100

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIANInstructors: Bonnie Brannan, Stephanie Burden, and ValerieCarterThis course is designed to train individuals to collect qualityblood samples properly from patient and interact with health-

care personnel. FREE Information Session:Tuesday, Aug. 4, 7 p.m. at JBC12th floor.Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sept. 8 – Oct. 20, 5 p.m – 8:30 p.m.Clinical externships will be coordinated after class completion. Fee: $1,587.50 plus $11.50 insurance fee (includes textbookand exam fee). WIA approved.Location: TBA

PLUMBERS APPRENTICEInstructor: Charles Kennedy, Master PlumberPreparation in the fundamentals of the plumbing professiontaught in three sixteen-week modules. The course follows theNational Center for Construction Education & Research(NCCER) Level 1 plumbing curriculum. Upon completion ofthree modules, attendees will be credited with one year ofservice toward journeyman plumber status.Tuesdays and Thursdays, Oct. 13 - Feb, 16, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. (Course will not meet weeks of Nov. 23, Dec. 21, and Dec. 28) Fee: $500 per module (includes textbook and all other coursefees) WIA approvedLocation: AGP

TRUCK DRIVING CERTIFICATEInstructor: A.J. ShawAn instructional program that prepares individuals to applytechnical knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, deliv-ery vehicles, for-hire vehicles and other commercial vehicles. 4 weeks, Monday - ThursdayVarious classes throughout the year, call for detailsFee: $1600 + $200 testing fee and $4 liability insurance feeWIA approvedLocation: DEM

CPR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS (BLS)This course will cover the basic of Cardio Pulmonary Resusci-tation and foreign body airway obstruction. Upon successfulcompletion, student will receive the healthcare provider coursecompletion card.Choose from the following classes:Monday, Oct. 19, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 24, 8 a.m. - noonFee: $60 tuition plus $5 cash fee to instructor for cardLocation: BBS 100

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTHARASSMENT IN TODAY’S WORKPLACEInstructor: Carl EnglishThis class is designed to give supervisors a look at harassmentthrough the eyes of a Human Resource Manager. This classwill teach harassment recognition and protection from falseclaims.Thursday, Aug. 27, 8 a.m. - 11a.m.Fee: $150Location: TBA

continuing education and short-term skills training

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LEADERSHIP TRAINING SERIESInstructor: Dr. Ken CrowFee: $50 per classLocation: JBC 410

Polishing Your Leadership SkillsAugust 25, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmIdentifying Your Leadership TypeHow do you see yourself?How do others see you?

Time ManagementAugust 27, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmTime management is personal management.Identification of time wasters.

Problem SolvingSeptember 1, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmApproaching problems and making decisions.

Team BuildingSeptember 3, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmKnowing the importance of being a team player.Becoming an effective team player.

Conflict ResolutionSeptember 8, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmStrategies for resolving conflict.Identifying personality types.

Customer ServiceSeptember 10, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmBasic communication skills.Customer identification.Techniques for good customer service.

Professional NetworkingSeptember 15, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pmMaking the “right” connections.

TEST PREPALABAMA HOME BUILDERS PREP COURSEInstructor: David GarrisonWallace State and the Home Builders Association offer thiscourse to help individuals prepare for the Alabama HomeBuilders License Exam.Course will be taught on Mondays, Aug. 24-Nov. 16, 6 p.m. - 8p.m. (class will not meet on Sept. 7).Fee: $250.00Location: WC 105

SERVSAFE TEST-PREP & CERTIFICATION COURSEInstructor: Chef Chris VillaParticipants will gain valuable knowledge in the followingareas: sanitation, the flow of food, purchasing and receiving,storing foods safely, food preparation, facilities and equipment,regulatory agencies and inspection, and crisis management.

The program is designed specifically for food-handling employ-ees of restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, day-cares, and other food service professionals. The intensive8-hour courses are conducted in two consecutive sessions,ending with the certification exam (must attend both classes totest). Some counties in Alabama require that foodservice es-tablishments have at least one person on duty at all times withServSafe certification; it will become a state-wide requirementover the next few years. Check with your local health depart-ment for specifics.All courses are on Mondays and Tuesdays from 3:30 pm –7:30 pmChoose from the following 9 courses. • September 14 and September 15• September 21 and September 22• September 29 and September 30• October 5 and October 6• October 12 and October 13• October 19 and October 20• October 26 and October 27• November 2 and November 3• November 9 and November 10Fee: $150 (includes textbook and certification exam)Location: CFS

ONLINEVarious Professional Development and Career Certificatecourses are available through our online partners. For details,visit http://online.wallacestate.edu.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATIONRegistration for Training for Existing Business and Industryclasses is required at least two weeks prior to class startdate. Insufficient enrollment may result in course cancella-tion. Registration is complete once payment has been re-ceived. For more information, call Staci Bryan in theWorkforce Development Office at 256-352-8166,[email protected].

REFUND POLICYIt is our policy that NO REFUNDS will be issued one weekprior to an individual class or the first class in a series.However, if we cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment,fees will be reimbursed or you may select another class toattend based on space availability.

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Lifelong Learning For ages 55 and older -For a $25/class fee, adult students may take the following courses through the Lifelong Learning

Center. Some supplies are required and are specified in the course description. There are no formal admission requirements

other than registration, a minimum age of 55, and an interest in continued learning.

CEUS 177 - Watercolor Painting and DrawingTBA TBA Shop Around the Corner, Cullman $25Registration Deadline: TBAIn this beginner class, you will learn to create layouts by first sketching with pencil and then painting with watercolor You willlearn to mix paint, use the paint brush, and develop an art piece. Supplies extra.

CEUS 178 - Acrylic PaintingTBA TBA Shop Around the Corner, Cullman $25Registration Deadline: TBAThe acrylic medium, which uses is water soluble plastic base paint, has grown in popularity. In this class you will learn to createan acrylic work of art you’ll be proud to call your own. Supplies extra.

CEUS 179 - Computers for SeniorsMondays, September 14-28 10 a.m.-12 noon Location: TBA $25 Registration Deadline: Wednesday, September 9This course is for beginners and is designed to introduce you to the computer. Basicfunctions of Windows and Microsoft Word will be covered along with personal com-puter settings. You will also be introduced to the Internet. Class is limited to 15 stu-dents.

CEUS 182 - Advanced Computers for SeniorsMondays, October 5-1910 a.m.-12 noon Location: TBA$25Registration Deadline: Wednesday, September 30This course will build on the previous class. Students will learn more about the Internet and how to send e-mails and attachments. Class is limited to 15 students.

CEUS 105 - Digital Photography for SeniorsMondays, October 26-November 910 a.m.-12 noon Location: TBA$25Registration Deadline: Wednesday, October 21Learn how to get your photos from the camera to the computer, edit the red eye and correct mistakes. You will learn how to print your photos and save them to a disc. Bring your camera and enjoy this hands-on class.

CEUS 447 - eBay for SeniorsMondays, November 16-30 10 a.m.-12 noon Location: TBA $25Registration Deadline: Thursday, November 12Participants will learn how to set up an eBay and PayPal account. How to buy and sell on eBay will also be covered.

CEUS 117 - Evelyn Burrow Museum TourTBA TBA Museum FreeRegistration Deadline: TBATour the Evelyn Burrow Museum, home to a $9.5 million fine art collection including more than 5,000 pieces from around theworld.

To register, complete the registration form available in Admissions and attach a check payable to WSCC. Tuition must be

paid at the time of registration. Tuition may be paid in person in the Cashier’s Office or by mail (Attn: Cashier, PO Box

2000, Hanceville, AL 35077-2000). Credit cards are accepted in person or by registering over the phone. There will be no re-

funds after the registration deadline. Call Mary Hall at 256/352-8243 for more information.

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Community Education

Wallace State Community Education provides a variety of classes designed to enrich your life. Find a class that interests you,

or contact Melinda Edwards at 256/352-8172 to suggest a class or topic. The registration deadline is three days prior to the first

day of class. All registration and tuition payment must be completed at the time of registration. There will be no refunds

after the registration deadline. Tuition may be paid in person at the Cashier’s Office or by mail; credit cards are accepted in per-

son or by phone. To register or for more information, contact Mary Ann Hall at (256) 352-8243.

CEU 177-WatercolorMondays, Sept. 15-296:00-8:00 p.m.Cullman*$30

CEU 178-Acrylic PaintingMondays, Sept. 14-286:00-8:00 p.m.Cullman*$30

*Shop Around the Corner Art Gallerylocated at 908 2nd Ave. NW, Cullman(next to Captain D’s)

CEU 404-PC Overview for BeginnersThursday, September 36:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $30

CEU 448-Office 2007Thursday, September 106:00-8:00 p.m.Computer Science Lab $40

CEU 401-Email for BeginnersThursday, September 176:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $30

CEU 403-Microsoft Word for BeginnersThursday, September 246:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $30

CEU 402-Internet for BeginnersThursday, October 16:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $30

CEU 427-Computer ScrapbookThursday, October 86:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $30

CEU 400-Microsoft Excel forBeginnersThursday, October 156:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $30

CEU 432-Intermediate ExcelThursday, October 226:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $40

CEU 433-Introduction to PowerPointThursday, October 296:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $40

CEU 110- Holiday EntertainingTuesday, TBA5:30-8:30 p.m.Bailey Center 12th Floor$30

CEU 302-Cake DecoratingTuesdays, TBA5:30-8:30 p.m.Banquet Hall$135

CEU 713-YogaThursdays, September-November6:00-7:00 p.m.Wellness Center$50

CEU 174-Basics of Floral DesignTuesdays, Sept. 1-Sept. 156:00-8:00 p.m.JBC 2$30

CEU 716-Advanced Floral DesignTuesdays, Sept. 22-Oct. 66:00-8:00 p.m.JBC 2$30

CEU 447-eBay the Right WaySeptember 22 & 246-9 p.m.JBC Auditorium$99 (plus $20 for optional book)

CEUA 447-eBay the Right WayNovember 10 & 126-9 p.m.JBC Auditorium$99 (plus $20 for optional book)

CEU 117-Tour of Evelyn BurrowMuseumTBAEvelyn Burrow MuseumFree

CEU 109-Home DecoratingSewingWednesdays, Sept. 2-Oct. 73:00-5:00 p.m.Commercial Sewing$55

CEU 128-QuiltingTuesdays, Sept. 8-295:00-7:00 p.m.JBC 2$40

ART

COOKING &ENTERTAINING

COMPUTER SKILLS

HEALTH & FITNESS

OTHER TOPICS

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CEU 600-Conversational SpanishThursdays, Sept. 3-Sept. 246:00-8:00 p.m.Bailey Center Room 505$89

CEU 125-Ballroom DancingTuesdays, Sept. 1-Oct. 66:30-7:30 p.m.Wellness Center Room 102A$30

CEU 129-Advanced BallroomDancingTuesdays, Oct. 13-Nov. 176:30-7:30 p.m.Wellness Center Room 102A$30

CEU 708-Catch More Bass thePro WayTuesday, September 85:30-8:30 p.m.JBC 12$25

CEU 724 -Beginning GolfSaturdays, TBATime TBACullman Municipal Golf Course

CEU105-Intro. to Digital PhotographyTuesdays, Sept. 1-Oct. 66:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $75

CEU 107-Advanced Digital PhotographyTuesdays, Oct. 13-Nov 176:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $75

CEU 106-Intro. to PhotoshopElementsThursdays, Sept. 3-Oct. 86:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $75

CEU431-Advanced PhotoshopElementsThursdays, Oct. 15-Nov. 196:00-8:00 p.m.Health Science Lab $75

CEU 722-University of AlabamaCampus Tour and InformationSessionFriday, October 16, 20097:30 am – 3:00 pmFee: $10 per person

With a University of Alabama student as your guide, the campustour gives prospective studentsand their families the opportunity tosee the campus first-hand (includ-ing more than 60 buildings), learnabout UA history, and discover themany opportunities the Universityhas to offer. Participants will alsohave the opportunity to attend aninformation and transfer sessionpresented by an UA AdmissionsCounselor. Time will be allowed forlunch but it is not included in theprice of the trip. Be sure to wearcomfortable clothing/shoes and bring money for lunch. Note: a minimum of 15 peoplemust register in order for the tour to take place.

CEU 723-Auburn UniversityCampus Tour and InformationSessionFriday, September 25, 20097:15 am – 5:00 pmFee: $12 per person

The tour, led by Student Re-cruiters, will provide history andcurrent uses of University build-ings, inform visitors of school traditions, and the students willprovide their own views and perspectives of the Auburn studentexperience. An information andtransfer session will also be pre-sented by an Admissions Advisor. Time will be allowed for lunch but itis not included in the price of thetrip. Be sure to wear comfortableclothing/shoes and bring money forlunch. This tour is open to WSCCstudent family members. Note: aminimum of 15 people must regis-ter in order for the tour to take place.

To register contact Mary Hall in theAdmissions Office at (256)352-8243 and pay the registration feein the Cashier’s Office. You mustbe pre-registered to participatein the tours.

To register or for more information, contact the Wallace State Community Education Department:

Mary Hall - 256/352-8243, [email protected]

WANTEDCommunity

Education Instructors

If you have an idea for a newnon-credit course or seminar,please send a course outlineand your current resume to

WALLACE STATE-HANCEVILLE

Community EducationAttn: Melinda Edwards

PO Box 2000Hanceville, AL 35077-2000

Or email:[email protected]

enrich your life...

Community Education

PHOTOGRAPHY

OUTDOOR TOPICS

WSCC STUDENT ADVENTURES

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building codes

BUILDING CODE MAP #

AGRICULTURE/FORESTRY AGP 29

ART ART 14

AUTO BODY REPAIR ABR 23

AUTO MECHANICS AUM 23

BAILEY CENTER JBC 1

BANQUET HALL/COMMERCIAL FOODS CFS 11

BASEBALL STADIUM/CLASSROOM BBS 20

BIOLOGY BIO 13

BURROW CENTER FPA 36

BUSINESS EDUCATION BE 16

CHEMISTRY CHM 13

COMPUTER SCIENCE/ENGLISH CS 8

COSMETOLOGY COS 16

DRAFTING DDT 9

DRAKE COLISEUM COL 31

DIESEL MECHANICS DEM 28

ELECTRONICS ILT 9

BUILDING CODE MAP #

GENERAL STUDIES GS 12

HEALTH SCIENCE HS 6

HISTORY/VOC.ED. VE 14

HVAC ASC 14

LIBRARY LIB 19

MATH HGA 10

MUSIC EDUCATION/PARALEGAL MUS 21

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY MTT 26

NURSING EDUCATION NB 7

PHYSICS/SCIENCE SCI 13

POULTRY DIAGNOSTICS LAB PDL 27

STUDENT CENTER SC 17

TOM BEVILL HEALTH EDUCATION TBH 4

UPHOLSTERY UPH 14

WELDING WDT 28

WELLNESS CENTER WC 32

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Wallace StateAlumni Association

Alumni Association scholarshipsare available to Wallace Statestudents for Summer, Fall andSpring Semesters.

For more information, visitwww.wallacestate.edu/alumni,call 256/352-8144, or stop by theAlumni Office on JBC 11.

Membership in the Alumni Asso-cation is open to current students,alumni, employees and friends ofthe college.

Upcoming Alumni Events:

Outstanding Alumni Luncheon 2009September 11, 2009

Join the Wallace State Alumni Association for itsInaugural Travel Program:

Get in the Holiday Spirit Excursion Opryland Hotel - Nashville, TNDecember 4-6, 2009

75th Annual Tour of Homes and Gardens andPaula Deen Tour - Savannah, GAMarch 25-28, 2010

For complete details and costs visit www.wallacestate.edu/alumni

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801 Main Street NWHanceville, AL 35077

256/352-8000•866/350-WSCC

Visit our website atwww.wallacestate.edu

Non-Profit Org.U.S. Postage

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The Wallace State Community College campus is located in the heart ofNorth Alabama, eight miles south of Cullman, on U.S. Highway 31 within thecity limits of Hanceville. Students who commute find it convenient becauseof its strategic location - 60 miles south of Huntsville, 40 miles south ofDecatur, and 45 miles north of Birmingham, off U.S. Interstate 65.

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OFF CAMPUSINSTRUCTIONAL SITES:Wallace State Centerat Hayden High SchoolHayden, AL

Wallace State Centerat J.B. Pennington High SchoolBlountsville, AL

Wallace State Centerat Addison High SchoolAddison, AL

Wallace State Centerat Brewer High SchoolEva, AL

For information about off campuscenters, call 256/352-8050or 256/352-8236.

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