Class Schedule

Class Schedule - Winter 2018 (January 8 - March 23)

Revised 12/18/2017 06:15 AM

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Item  Course # Sec. Course Title Days   Times Crd. Open WL
1138 ACCT& 202 ML Prin of Accounting II Canceled 5.0 Canceled

1138 - ACCT& 202 Principles of Accounting II

(TE) Continuation of ACCT& 201. Focus on issues and choices involved in asset valuation, income determination, and financial statement preparation. Topics covered include treatment of long-term assets, current and long-term liabilities, short- and long-term investments, and transactions affecting stockholder equity. Also covers preparation of cash flow statements and calculation, as well as interpretation of financial performance ratios and comparative and common-size financial statements. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Grade of C or higher in ACCT& 201 or instructor permission.

*Section OL1 (1140) and OL3 (1142), midterm and final must be proctored.
*Section MO (1137) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
1138 ML 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
0 0 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
1137 ACCT& 202 MO Principles of Accounting II MW 12:40pm 5.0 26  

1137 - ACCT& 202 Principles of Accounting II

(TE) Continuation of ACCT& 201. Focus on issues and choices involved in asset valuation, income determination, and financial statement preparation. Topics covered include treatment of long-term assets, current and long-term liabilities, short- and long-term investments, and transactions affecting stockholder equity. Also covers preparation of cash flow statements and calculation, as well as interpretation of financial performance ratios and comparative and common-size financial statements. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Grade of C or higher in ACCT& 201 or instructor permission.

*Section OL1 (1140) and OL3 (1142), midterm and final must be proctored.
*Section MO (1137) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
1137 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
36 10 Eppley M
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
12:40 PM - 2:50 PM MW TYE 302
2326 BT 105 MH Keyboarding - Speed and Accuracy TTh 5:20pm 3.0 22  

2326 - BT 105 Keyboarding - Speed and Accuracy

Improve keyboarding speed and accuracy through the use of programmed software which diagnoses student keyboarding problems and prescribes appropriate practice material. May be repeated one time. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section S (2320) and MH (2326) have a lab fee of $30.32.
*Section MH (2326) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section S (2320) and MH (2326) have a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2326 MH 3.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2223 BUS 130 MH Business Computations TTh 5:20pm 5.0 22  

2223 - BUS 130 Business Computations

Apply mathematical concepts using numerical data in Excel to complete business applications. Create formulas and use functions of Excel to compute basic math operations, fractions, percent, percent increase/decrease, bank reconciliation, payroll, taxes and insurance, discounts, markup/markdown, interest, mortgages, depreciation, and financial statements. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: Eligibility for Math 080 or equivalent.

*Section HYA (2210), S (2216), and MH (2223) have a lab fee of $48.28.
*Section HYB (2212) permission required. Contact Dustin Levesque, I-BEST Program Specialist at 425-388-9159.
*Section MH (2223) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section S (2216) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2223 MH 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2187 BUS& 101 ML Intro to Business Canceled 5.0 Canceled

2187 - BUS& 101 Introduction to Business

(SS) Survey of, and orientation to, the American business system. Overview of business environment, private enterprise system, business organization, management processes, and business operation. Intended as an introductory course for students majoring in any field of study. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 1.

*Section MO (2186) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
2187 ML 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
15 0 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
2186 BUS& 101 MO Introduction to Business MW 3:00pm 5.0 28  

2186 - BUS& 101 Introduction to Business

(SS) Survey of, and orientation to, the American business system. Overview of business environment, private enterprise system, business organization, management processes, and business operation. Intended as an introductory course for students majoring in any field of study. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 1.

*Section MO (2186) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
2186 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
40 12 Eppley M
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
3:00 PM - 5:10 PM MW TYE 302
2512 CHEM& 121 MO Introduction to Chemistry MW 5:20pm 5.0 FULL 3

2512 - CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry

(NS-L) Atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, nomenclature, states of matter, solutions, acids and bases, stoichiometry, quantitative and qualitative behavior of gases, dimensional analysis, reaction rates and chemical equilibrium. For students majoring in liberal arts, nursing, radiation technology, pre-occupation therapy, and dental hygiene. Not recommended for students planning to continue beyond CHEM& 131; see Chemistry series. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2. Lab fee: $44.75.

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL& 101 and MATH 092 or higher.

*Section LC1 (2506) is part of the Fast-Track Pre-Nursing Learning Community and must be taken concurrently with the corresponding Biology LC section.
*Section MO (2512) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Online sections (2516, 2518) On-campus attendance required in WHI 105 from 4-5:30 pm on January 8, January 29, and February 26, and from 4-5 pm on March 19.
*Online sections (2516, 2518) In lieu of a lab fee, students will purchase a lab kit at the college bookstore.
*Some sections of this course may be combined, either with other sections of the same course or sections of a different course. This means course activities could require you to interact with students enrolled in other sections or courses. If you choose to enroll in this course, students in these other sections may be able to view your name and any posts you add to course discussions.

There are 3 students on the wait list out of 25 for this class.

Item: Section: Credits:
2512 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
24 24 Mosser V
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 8:10 PM MW MHS 402
2760 CL 101 MH Computer Literacy TTh 5:20pm 5.0 22  

2760 - CL 101 Computer Literacy

Introduces students to the Windows environment and to the Microsoft Office software program. Emphasis on file management. Uses practical problems to illustrate computer applications including database, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, word processing, email, and internet. BT 100 or keyboarding speed of 20 wpm recommended. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6. elearning support : $48.28

*Section HY1 (2750), HY2 (2751), HY3 (2752), HY4 (2754), and MH (2760) have a lab fee of $48.28.
*Section MH (2760) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2760) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.
*Section HYB (2753) and IB (2755) permission required. Contact Dustin Levesque, I-BEST Program Specialist, at 425-388-9159.

Item: Section: Credits:
2760 MH 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2767 CL 102 MH Using the Computer and Managing Files TTh 5:20pm 2.0 22  

2767 - CL 102 Using the Computer and Managing Files

Overview of the basic functions of a personal computer and its operating system. Includes understanding of the computer environment, working with icons and basic windows tasks, managing files, identifying and understanding viruses, and dealing with printer setup and output. Class has continuous enrollment; sections are taught in a computer lab. Students may select the hours to attend while the lab is open. Student work is self-paced with assistance available at all times. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section HY (2765) and MH (2767) have a lab fee of $11.98.
*Section MH (2767) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2767) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2767 MH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2772 CL 103 MH Word Processing TTh 5:20pm 2.0 22  

2772 - CL 103 Word Processing

Provides an overview of Word. Includes creating and formatting word processing documents and duplicating and moving text within and between documents. Other Word features introduced include creating standard tables, using pictures and images in a document, and using mail merge tools. Class has continuous enrollment; sections are taught in a computer lab. Students may select the hours to attend while the lab is open. Student work is self-paced with assistance available at all times. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section HY (2770) and MH (2772) have a lab fee of $11.98.
*Section MH (2772) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2772) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2772 MH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2782 CL 104 MH Spreadsheets TTh 5:20pm 2.0 22  

2782 - CL 104 Spreadsheets

Overview of Excel. Includes developing, formatting, and modifying Excel spreadsheets. Other Excel concepts introduced include applying standard mathematical and logical formulas and creating and formatting graphs and charts. Class has continuous enrollment; sections are taught in a computer lab. Students may select the hours to attend while the lab is open. Student work is self-paced with assistance available at all times. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section HY (2780) and MH (2782) have a lab fee of $11.98.
*Section MH (2782) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2782) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2782 MH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2787 CL 105 MH Databases TTh 5:20pm 2.0 22  

2787 - CL 105 Databases

Overview of Access. Includes creating and modifying Access tables, queries, forms, and reports. Other Access concepts introduced include creating relationships between tables and retrieving and manipulating information by using queries and sort tools. Class has continuous enrollment; sections are taught in a computer lab. Students may select the hours to attend while the lab is open. Student work is self-paced with assistance available at all times. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section HY (2785) and MH (2787) have a lab fee of $11.98.
*Section MH (2787) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2787) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2787 MH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2792 CL 106 MH PowerPoint TTh 5:20pm 2.0 22  

2792 - CL 106 PowerPoint

Overview of PowerPoint. Includes creating, formatting, modifying, and preparing presentations using different slide layouts. Other PowerPoint concepts include duplicating and moving text, pictures, images, and charts within and between presentations and using a variety of slide show effects. Class has continuous enrollment; sections are taught in a computer lab. Students may select the hours to attend while the lab is open. Student work is self-paced with assistance available at all times. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section HY (2790) and MH (2792) have a lab fee of $11.98.
*Section MH (2792) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2792) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2792 MH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2797 CL 107 MH Fundamental Concepts of Basic Computer Systems TTh 5:20pm 2.0 22  

2797 - CL 107 Fundamental Concepts of Basic Computer Systems

Overview of the physical make-up of a personal computer system and fundamental concepts. Basic concepts include how a computer functions, hardware, software, security, and legal issues associated with computers. Class has continuous enrollment; sections are taught in a computer lab. Students may select the hours to attend while the lab is open. Student work is self-paced with assistance available at all times. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 6.

*Section HY (2795) and MH (2797) have a lab fee of $11.98.
*Section MH (2797) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section MH (2797) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

Item: Section: Credits:
2797 MH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 8 McClimans K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 295
2654 CMST& 210 MO Interpersonal Communication MW 8:00am 5.0 1  

2654 - CMST& 210 Interpersonal Communication

(H,R) Theory and skills relating to social, family, and work situations. Language usage, nonverbal communication, dealing with conflict, perception, and self-concept. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3, 5.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 098 with a C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101.

* These courses meet the college's criteria for fulfillment of the Human Relations requirement in professional/technical programs.
* Section MO (2654) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
2654 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 24 Sickles J R
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
8:00 AM - 10:10 AM MW TYE 301
0755 COLL 101 MOH College Success M 12:40pm 2.0 5  

0755 - COLL 101 College Success

Develop, understand and apply college success strategies to include college resources and student services, rights and responsibilities, funding college, organization, time management, appreciating diversity, learning strategies, choosing a college major, achieving college goals and completing an academic plan. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 6.

* The following Hybrid Courses are taught Pre-Winter: Sections HY1 (0750), HY2 (0751), HY3 (0752), HY4 (0753) begin January 2 and end January 5. Last day for 100% refund: December 22 by 4:30 pm. Last day for 50% refund: January 2 by 4:30 pm.
* Section MO (0755) will be taught at 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE in Monroe.
The following are five-week courses:
* Section B-5 (0784) and Section E-3 (0807) begin January 8 and end February 8. Last day for 100% refund: January 9. Last day for 50% refund: January 12.
* Section B-6 (0785) and Section E-5 (0809) begin February 12 and end March 19. Last day for 100% refund: February 13. Last day for 50% refund: February 16.

Item: Section: Credits:
0755 MOH 2.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
24 19 Lepper S
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
12:40 PM - 2:50 PM M TYE E303
3359 ECON& 202 ML Macro Economics Canceled 5.0 Canceled

3359 - ECON& 202 Macro Economics

(SS) Study of national economy: What determines national income level, economic growth and prosperity? What are the effects of government fiscal and monetary policies to the economy? Student exams issues regarding inflation, unemployment, government spending, taxation, money supply and impact of globalization. Various theories are put forth to explain business cycles in the U.S. and world economy. Prepares students for upper-division macro economic courses. ECON 101 may be substituted for ECON& 202 in vocational/technical business degree programs. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 099 or equivalent; or placement in MATH 138 or MATH& 141 required.

*Sections OL1 (3660) and OL2 (3661) final exam must be proctored.
*Section MO (3358) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
3359 ML 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
14 9 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
3358 ECON& 202 MO Macro Economics MW 8:00am 5.0 29  

3358 - ECON& 202 Macro Economics

(SS) Study of national economy: What determines national income level, economic growth and prosperity? What are the effects of government fiscal and monetary policies to the economy? Student exams issues regarding inflation, unemployment, government spending, taxation, money supply and impact of globalization. Various theories are put forth to explain business cycles in the U.S. and world economy. Prepares students for upper-division macro economic courses. ECON 101 may be substituted for ECON& 202 in vocational/technical business degree programs. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 099 or equivalent; or placement in MATH 138 or MATH& 141 required.

*Sections OL1 (3660) and OL2 (3661) final exam must be proctored.
*Section MO (3358) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
3358 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
40 11 Eppley M
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
8:00 AM - 10:10 AM MW TYE 302
0388 ELA 010 MO1 ELA Level 1 Communications TWTh 6:10pm 10.0 10  

0388 - ELA 010 ELA Level 1 Communications

First level of communications for non-native speakers. Focus on listening, speaking, reading, writing and computational skills necessary for transition to college and employment. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 3.

Prerequisite: Instructor Permission

* Section MR1 (0384) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett.
* Section MO1 (0388) is taught at Monroe High School in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0388 MO1 10.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 18 England C
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 9:10 PM TWTh MHS 505
0404 ELA 020 MO1 ELA Level 2 Communications TWTh 6:10pm 10.0 10  

0404 - ELA 020 ELA Level 2 Communications

Continuation of ELA 010. English Language Acquisition skills designed to prepare the student for transitions to college and employability. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 3.

Prerequisite: Instructor Permission.

* Section MR2 (0398) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett.
* Section MO1 (0404) and MO2 (0406) are taught at Monroe High School in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0404 MO1 10.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 18 England C
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 9:10 PM TWTh MHS 505
0406 ELA 020 MO2 ELA Level 2 Communications TWTh 6:10pm 10.0 6  

0406 - ELA 020 ELA Level 2 Communications

Continuation of ELA 010. English Language Acquisition skills designed to prepare the student for transitions to college and employability. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 3.

Prerequisite: Instructor Permission.

* Section MR2 (0398) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett.
* Section MO1 (0404) and MO2 (0406) are taught at Monroe High School in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0406 MO2 10.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 22 Gilbert K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 9:10 PM TWTh MHS 506
0420 ELA 030 MO2 ELA Level 3 Communications TWTh 6:10pm 10.0 6  

0420 - ELA 030 ELA Level 3 Communications

Continuation of ELA 020. English Language Acquisition skills designed to prepare the student for transitions to college and employability. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 3.

Prerequisite: Instructor Permission.

* Section MR3 (0416) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett.
* Section MO2 (0420) is taught at Monroe High School in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0420 MO2 10.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 22 Gilbert K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 9:10 PM TWTh MHS 506
3716 ENGL& 101 MO English Composition I MW 10:20am 5.0 FULL 2

3716 - ENGL& 101 English Composition I

(C) Writing clear, unified, coherent, and well-developed essays of increasing complexity with an emphasis on critical thinking skills. Essays may be about literary or nonliterary texts, or they may rely upon such texts as points of departure for discussion. (Specific sections marked ENGL& 101D fulfill the diversity requirement for associate degrees.) Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3.

Prerequisite: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher.

* Section AC (3706) has a lab fee of $30.32.
* Section AC (3706) is an accelerated course taught February 12 – March 23 and REQUIRES concurrent enrollment in ENGL 098 AC (3664) that meets the first half of the quarter. Last day for 100% refund: February 13. Last day for 50% refund: February 14.
* Section MO (3716) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

There are 2 students on the wait list out of 5 for this class.

Item: Section: Credits:
3716 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
27 27 Seslar C
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
10:20 AM - 12:30 PM MW TYE 301
3796 ENGL& 102 MO Composition II MW 3:00pm 5.0 4  

3796 - ENGL& 102 Composition II

(C) Writing single-source and multi-source essays with an emphasis on audience, voice, and current research techniques and documentation. (Specific sections marked ENGL 102D fulfill the diversity requirement for associate degrees.) Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3, 5.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with grade of C or higher.

* Section MO (3796) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
3796 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 21 Seslar C
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
3:00 PM - 5:10 PM MW TYE 301
3820 ENGL& 111 MO Intro to Literature Canceled 12:40pm 5.0 Canceled

3820 - ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature

(H) Study of literary backgrounds, approaches, types, and techniques as a basis for reading, understanding, and enjoying literature. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3.

* Section MO (3820) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
3820 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
35 0 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
4642 GS 101D MO Intro to Global Studies Canceled 8:00am 5.0 Canceled

4642 - GS 101D Introduction to Global Studies

(SS, D) Introduction to contemporary global issues, drawing on the integrated knowledge and methodologies of multiple disciplines. Topics include population growth, food and water insecurities, environmental impacts, patterns of consumption, the fate of indigenous peoples, global health, and civic activism. Writing assignments represent a significant component of coursework. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3, 4.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101

* Section MO (4642) is being taught at the Lake Tye building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
4642 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 6 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
Item  Course # Sec. Course Title Days   Times Crd. Open WL
4834 HIST& 147 MO US History II TTh 10:20am 5.0 FULL 1

4834 - HIST& 147 US History II

(H,SS) Second of a three-part survey of American history. Slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction, industrialization and urbanization, the late 19th century agrarian protest movement, America’s development as a world power, the Progressive movement and America’s involvement in World War I. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.

* Section MO (4834) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

There is 1 student on the wait list out of 25 for this class.

Item: Section: Credits:
4834 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
35 35 Noble-Wold G
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
10:20 AM - 12:30 PM TTh TYE 302
5676 MATH 076 MH Mathematical Literacy Canceled 10:20am 5.0 Canceled

5676 - MATH 076 Mathematical Literacy

Review of basic concepts in mathematics focusing on real-world applications and conceptual understanding. Topics include: prime factorizations; operations on rational numbers; evaluation of algebraic expressions; ratios, proportions, and percentages; reading graphical interpretations of data; plotting graphs; writing linear relationships using algebra. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2. PR: Eligibility for MATH 076 via a math assessment OR permission of a math instructor.

Prerequisite: Eligibility for MATH 076 via a math assessment OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section MH (5676) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section OL (5678) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in MON 101 for Orientation January 10; Exam 1 February 14; and Exam 2 March 21.

Item: Section: Credits:
5676 MH 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 3 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
5746 MATH 086 MH Essentials of Intermediate Algebra TTh 8:00am 5.0 12  

5746 - MATH 086 Essentials of Intermediate Algebra

Introductory course in mathematical reasoning, focusing on real-world applications and conceptual understanding. Topics include ratios and percentages, linear models, quadratic applications, algebraic manipulation, and geometry. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: MATH 076 or MATH 080 or MATH 091 (or equivalent) with a C (2.0) or better OR eligibility for MATH 086 via a math assessment OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section OL (5740) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 210 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 January 29; Exam 2 February 20; and Exam 3 March 19.
*Sections MH (5746) and MO (5748) are being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
5746 MH 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 18 Weiss-Green
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM TTh TYE 303
5748 MATH 086 MO Essentials of Intermediate Algebra TTh 7:40pm 5.0 23  

5748 - MATH 086 Essentials of Intermediate Algebra

Introductory course in mathematical reasoning, focusing on real-world applications and conceptual understanding. Topics include ratios and percentages, linear models, quadratic applications, algebraic manipulation, and geometry. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: MATH 076 or MATH 080 or MATH 091 (or equivalent) with a C (2.0) or better OR eligibility for MATH 086 via a math assessment OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section OL (5740) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 210 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 January 29; Exam 2 February 20; and Exam 3 March 19.
*Sections MH (5746) and MO (5748) are being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
5748 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
30 7 Akesson K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
7:40 PM - 9:50 PM TTh TYE 303
5784 MATH 092 MH Elementary and Intermediate Algebra II TTh 9:10am 5.0 16  

5784 - MATH 092 Elementary and Intermediate Algebra II

Second quarter of a two quarter sequence covering topics from beginning and intermediate algebra for qualified students who have completed beginning algebra and need to review and extend their skills. Topics include: rational expressions with equations and applications, functional notation, fractional exponents, radical expressions, radical equations with applications, complex numbers, quadratic equations and equations in quadratic form with applications, quadratic functions and graphs, exponential and logarithmic expressions, exponential and logarithmic equations with applications. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 091 with a C (2.0) or higher OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section MH (5784) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section OL (5786) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 210 for Orientation January 10; Exam 1 February 14; and Exam 2 March 21.

Item: Section: Credits:
5784 MH 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
36 20 Weiss-Green
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
9:10 AM - 10:10 AM TTh TYE 303
5882 MATH& 141 MO Precalculus I: College Algebra TTh 5:20pm 5.0 16  

5882 - MATH& 141 Precalculus I: College Algebra

(Q,NS) A college level algebra course for all students needing general preparation beyond intermediate algebra. The first of a two-course sequence for students intending to take calculus beginning with MATH& 151. Principles of functions and graphs; theory of polynomial equations; graphs of polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions and applications; conics, foci and applications; non-linear systems; determinants and Cramer’s Rule. The online version of this class requires on-campus orientation and exams; dates to be scheduled. Out-of-area students can arrange for test proctors. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 092 or MATH 096 or MATH 099 (or equivalent) with a grade of C (2.0) or higher; OR placement into MATH& 141 or higher OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section MO (5882) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.
*Section OL (5886) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in RAI 351 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 February 12; and Exam 2 March 19.

Item: Section: Credits:
5882 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
36 20 Akesson K
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM TTh TYE 303
5912 MATH& 148 MH Business Calculus TTh 12:40pm 5.0 23  

5912 - MATH& 148 Business Calculus

(Q,NS) One-quarter short course in calculus. Limits and continuity, differentiation and applications, exponential and logarithmic functions, integration and applications, functions of several variables. For students in business, biological sciences, social sciences, or disciplines requiring only one introductory quarter of calculus. Students who need more than one quarter should enroll in MATH& 151. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: MATH 138 or MATH& 141 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher OR placement in MATH& 148 or higher via an assessment OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section MH (5912) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
5912 MH 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
36 13 Jiang J
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM TTh TYE 303
5936 MATH& 152 MO Calculus II Canceled 3:00pm 5.0 Canceled

5936 - MATH& 152 Calculus II

(Q,NS) Second course in calculus sequence. Integration of algebraic and transcendental functions and applications of definite integration, including areas, volumes, work, hydrostatic force and centers of mass; polar coordinate calculus and parametric equations. Numerical techniques and improper integrals. For majors in engineering, science, mathematics and others requiring more than one quarter of calculus. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: MATH& 151 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher OR permission of a math instructor.

*Section MO (5936) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
5936 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
36 0 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
6942 PHIL& 101 MO Introduction to Philosophy TTh 12:40pm 5.0 5  

6942 - PHIL& 101 Introduction to Philosophy

(H,SS) Study of the more important questions that have shaped the development of philosophical thought throughout history. Areas of investigation include: the nature of reality, the nature of knowledge, the nature of personal identity, and the nature of the mind. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.

* Section MO (6942) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
6942 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
35 30 Kim M
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
12:40 PM - 2:50 PM TTh TYE 301
7636 PSYC& 100 MO1 General Psychology MW 3:00pm 5.0 16  

7636 - PSYC& 100 General Psychology

(SS) Psychology as a science focusing on five major theoretical perspectives in contemporary psychology: biological, cognitive, humanistic, psychoanalytical and learning. Topics include the nervous system, heredity and maturation, sensory processes, perception and attention, statistical concepts, motivation, emotion, intelligence, learning and remembering, thinking, personality, adjustment, and social and abnormal behavior. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or eligibility for ENGL& 101, or instructor's permission.

* Section LC (7628) is part of the "Addicted: Trauma, Injustice, Recovery and Resilience" Learning Community and MUST be taken concurrently with DEVED 104 LC (0888).
* Section LC (7628) -- This course will be combined with DEVED 104 LC in CANVAS. This means course activities will require you to interact with students enrolled in the other class. If you choose to enroll in this course, students in this section may be able to view your name and any posts you add to course discussions.
* Section MO1 (7636) and Section MO2 (7640) are being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
7636 MO1 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
35 19 Simpson M
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
3:00 PM - 5:10 PM MW TYE 303
7640 PSYC& 100 MO2 General Psychology MW 5:20pm 5.0 20  

7640 - PSYC& 100 General Psychology

(SS) Psychology as a science focusing on five major theoretical perspectives in contemporary psychology: biological, cognitive, humanistic, psychoanalytical and learning. Topics include the nervous system, heredity and maturation, sensory processes, perception and attention, statistical concepts, motivation, emotion, intelligence, learning and remembering, thinking, personality, adjustment, and social and abnormal behavior. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or eligibility for ENGL& 101, or instructor's permission.

* Section LC (7628) is part of the "Addicted: Trauma, Injustice, Recovery and Resilience" Learning Community and MUST be taken concurrently with DEVED 104 LC (0888).
* Section LC (7628) -- This course will be combined with DEVED 104 LC in CANVAS. This means course activities will require you to interact with students enrolled in the other class. If you choose to enroll in this course, students in this section may be able to view your name and any posts you add to course discussions.
* Section MO1 (7636) and Section MO2 (7640) are being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
7640 MO2 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
35 15 Simpson M
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
5:20 PM - 7:30 PM MW TYE 301
8002 SPAN& 122 MO Spanish II Canceled 12:40pm 5.0 Canceled

8002 - SPAN& 122 Spanish II

(H) Second in a sequence of courses to practice functional elements of Spanish pronunciation, grammar and culture in the context of practical conversational Spanish. Listening, speaking, reading and writing to communicate in a logical, natural and personalized way. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3, 4.

Prerequisite: SPAN& 121, placement test or instructor permission.

* For additional grammar practice and review, students enrolled in any SPAN& 122 class below are encouraged to enroll in SPAN 112 above.
* Section HN (7996) is an Honors class and once completed will appear on the student's transcript as Spanish II: Honors. Entry code required the first two days of early registration; no entry code required thereafter.
* Section MO (8002) is being taught at the Leaders in Learning facility at 639 W Main St in Monroe.
* Wondering if an online or hybrid world language class is right for your style of learning? Visit the following orientation for information specific to online/hybrid world language classes: https://everettcc.instructure.com/courses/1105251

Item: Section: Credits:
8002 MO 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
25 5 Canceled
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
 
0508 TS 060 MO4 Basic Math Skills II MW 6:10pm 5.0 7  

0508 - TS 060 Basic Math Skills II

Fractions, decimals, proportions; order of operations; evaluation and simplification of algebraic expressions with whole numbers; solving algebraic equations with whole numbers. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: TS 050 or assessment or instructor permission.

* Section MO4 (0508) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard, Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0508 MO4 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 21 Buttery H
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM MW TYE 303
0530 TS 070 MO4 Preparation for Algebra MW 6:10pm 5.0 7  

0530 - TS 070 Preparation for Algebra

Proportions and percents; integers; order of operations; evaluation and simplification of algebraic expressions; solving algebraic equations with fractions, decimals and integers. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: TS 060 or assessment or instructor permission.

* Section MO4 (0530) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.
* Section MOS (0532) is for Spanish-speaking students only. (Solamente en Español) and is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.
* Section SP (0534) is for Spanish-speaking students only. (Solamente en Español)

Item: Section: Credits:
0530 MO4 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 21 Buttery H
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM MW TYE 303
0532 TS 070 MOS Preparation for Algebra 6:10pm 5.0 16  

0532 - TS 070 Preparation for Algebra

Proportions and percents; integers; order of operations; evaluation and simplification of algebraic expressions; solving algebraic equations with fractions, decimals and integers. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.

Prerequisite: TS 060 or assessment or instructor permission.

* Section MO4 (0530) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.
* Section MOS (0532) is for Spanish-speaking students only. (Solamente en Español) and is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.
* Section SP (0534) is for Spanish-speaking students only. (Solamente en Español)

Item: Section: Credits:
0532 MOS 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 12 Kassebaum B
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM
0618 TS 087 MO3 Writing Structure and Academic Planning TTh 6:10pm 5.0 9  

0618 - TS 087 Writing Structure and Academic Planning

Development of grammar, punctuation and sentence style skills including compound and complex sentences. Development of a portfolio of current and past personal, employment, and educational experiences in order to create an academic plan for future quarters, finish needed credentials, and transition to college or vocational programs. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 3.

Prerequisite: Transitional Studies orientation and CASAS testing or instructor permission.

* Section MO3 (0618) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0618 MO3 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 19 Olson S
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM TTh TYE 302
0644 TS 094 MOS Introduction to Academic Reading Literature TTh 6:10pm 5.0 19  

0644 - TS 094 Introduction to Academic Reading Literature

Reading to advance comprehension, critical thinking and vocabulary skills as well as enhance confidence in preparation for reading college literature assignments. Focus on reading longer works of both fiction and non-fiction with a multicultural perspective. Students will engage in the group process as they discuss different texts. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3.

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

* Section SP (0640) is for Spanish-speaking students only (Solamente en Español)
* Section MOS (0644) is for Spanish-speaking students only (Solamente en Español) and is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.
* Section TCC (0646) is taught at the Tulalip Tribal Center in Tulalip.

Item: Section: Credits:
0644 MOS 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 9 Rush A
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM TTh TYE 301
0676 TS 097 MO3 Introduction to College Paragraphs TTh 6:10pm 5.0 9  

0676 - TS 097 Introduction to College Paragraphs

Prepares students for college writing, including advanced grammar and sentence styles and the paragraph structure. In addition, students will be introduced to information literacy, research skills, and group projects. Assesses Core Learning Outcome 3.

Prerequisite: Transitional Studies orientation and CASAS testing or instructor permission.

* Section MO3 (0676) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0676 MO3 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 19 Olson S
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM TTh TYE 302
0702 TS 098 MO3 Introduction to College Essays TTh 6:10pm 5.0 9  

0702 - TS 098 Introduction to College Essays

Prepares students for college writing, including formal academic writing styles and the essay structure. In addition, students will be introduced to information literacy, research skills, and documentation styles in order to transition successfully to college level classes. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 3, 5.

Prerequisite: Transitional Studies orientation and CASAS testing or instructor permission.

* Section MO3 (0702) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE in Monroe.

Item: Section: Credits:
0702 MO3 5.0
Capacity: Enrolled: Instructor(s):
28 19 Olson S
Start Time - End Time: Days: Location:
6:10 PM - 8:20 PM TTh TYE 302

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