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AOS 101

AOS 101 Digital Literacy

Computer concepts content focuses on what skills are needed to be successful digital citizens in college and beyond. Introduction to word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and databases.
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AOS 105

AOS 105 Word Processing Applications

Develop word processing skills in Microsoft Word and associated technologies. Create, edit, format documents and tables; use themes and building blocks, illustrate documents with graphics, merge data sources and documents.
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ART 224, 225

ART 224, 225: Ceramics

Study ceramics in our state of the art ceramics lab. This course is clustered so that students can take the course more than once and keep progressing to different levels. Whether you’re starting out doing hand-forming techniques with clay or advancing to wheel throwing, this series of courses is for you!
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CAT 114

CAT 114 PowerPoint

Basics of Microsoft PowerPoint, including creating and delivering a presentation, design templates, text layout styles, master slides, using clip art, drawing objects, animation to enhance presentations, working with delivery options, toolbar options, and editing tools.
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CAT 116

CAT 116 Intro to Microsoft Computers

Introduction to mouse techniques, Windows operating system, file management, word processing, electronic spreadsheets, and databases. Hands-on class using business-oriented exercises and projects.
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CAT 130

CAT 130 Intro to Microsoft Word

Introduction to word processing covering basic concepts and terminology. Hands-on application including working with text, working with paragraphs, working with documents, managing files, and formatting.
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CAT 140

CAT 140 Intro to Microsoft Excel

Introduction to spreadsheets. Create, format, edit, and print worksheets; formula and function capabilities;analyze, link, and summarize data; create charts and tables; images and diagrams; work with multiple worksheets; use templates and galleries.
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CJ& 101

CJ& 101 Intro to Criminal Justice

Traces historical development of courts, corrections, and law enforcement to understand structure and process of the criminal justice system. Examines roles, responsibilities, and perspectives of its participants.
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CJ& 101

DS 295 Native Plants: Botany and Ethnobotany

Traces historical development of courts, corrections, and law enforcement to understand structure and process of the criminal justice system. Examines roles, responsibilities, and perspectives of its participants.
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ENGL& 260

ENGL& 260: Nature Writing Workshop

This pre-summer quarter two-day writing workshop for beginners will focus on the craft of nature writing in various forms, including fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. We will observe the natural world, conduct writing exercises, read and share each other’s work in a workshop setting, and discuss how contemporary writers examine the natural world. This course will require light walking and sitting outdoors in natural environments near campus. Students interested in continuing with their writing after the workshop may wish to sign up for ENGL& 236, which will be offered online this summer and starts on July 5.
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FA 100

FA 100 Industrial First Aid

Traces historical development of courts, corrections, and law enforcement to understand structure and process of the criminal justice system. Examines roles, responsibilities, and perspectives of its participants.
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FA 180

FA 180 First Aid for Health Providers

This course provides two-year American Heart Association (AHA) Health care Provider certification in basic first aid and CPR. Students will be instructed in adult and pediatric CPR, foreign body airway obstruction, automatic external defibrillation and the basic skills necessary to provide first aid assistance in emergency situations. Class is based on nationally recognized standards from AHA and National Safety Council. Two sections of this class are offered: Section 1 meets July 16, 2016. Section 2 meets August 13, 2016
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GRBD 160

GRBD 160 Small Farm & Backyard Carpentry

Students will learn the necessary skills required to research, design, and build backyard farm and garden structures that promote the efficiency of urban sustainable living.
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GRBD 160

HIST& 214: Pacific Northwest History

Come explore the History of the Pacific Northwest through this special condensed class that will focus on local history and local field trips. This was a land of endless resources and endless obstacles for all who came to live in such splendor. How did the Native Americans adjust to the many invaders? Why did so many radicals and visionary utopias take up residence? And, most recently, how did we end up as a high tech, coffee drinking, microbrewingculture? Hist 214 will cover issues, ideas, and events that spanned the years of discovery, colonization, industrialization and the new high tech world through field trips and discussions in a fast moving two week period.
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HUMDV 101

HUMDV 101 Online Classroom Success

Overview of what to expect in an online course and how to make web-based learning more productive and rewarding. Meet in an online classroom that simulates a typical web-based learning environment. Students will learn how to use online courseware, navigate threaded discussions, locate articles and research materials, create an electronic presentation, and save electronic documents for presentation on the internet.
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HOSP 100

HOSP 100 Intro to Hospitality

Explore the hospitality and tourism industry including lodging, restaurants, managed services, recreation, theme parks, clubs, and gaming entertainment; and assemblies. Learn universal service standards, customer service for guests and key elements of professional service delivery.
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HOSP 230

HOSP 230 Event Planning

Overview of event planning, coordination and catering. Students will explore professional event coordination and develop a comprehensive event plan that focuses on guest experience. Learn catering operations including menu planning and design, pricing, equipment, and staffing.
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IS 101

IS 101: The Arts of Brazil

As host for the 2016 Summer Olympics, Brazil has been a focus of international news. This course offers an opportunity for students to go beyond the news to learn about the lives and culture of the Brazilian people. The course will explore contemporary issues and modern-day life in this dynamic country through its literature, music, film, and visual arts. Professor Reina Barreto will share her knowledge and experiences of Brazil and its culture through this special July-only course.
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MEDIA 190

MEDIA 190 Web Authoring

Learn how to plan, create, and publish a website from start to finish. Use HTML and cascading style sheets (CSS) to format accessible site navigation and web content layout. Learn information mapping and effective user interface design methods. Add multimedia and graphic elements to interactive web pages. Use search engine optimization strategies to improve website visibility.
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MEDIA 201

MEDIA 201 Digital Image Editing - Adobe Photoshop

Provides fundamental digital imaging skills. Learn to scan, optimize, enhance, colorize, and combine photographs. Emphasis will be placed on editing photographs, color management, and acquiring a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop. Prerequisites: Good computer and file management skills.
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MEDIA 201

MEDIA 204 Digital Illustration - Adobe Illustrator

Introduction to computer illustration with Adobe Illustrator. Learn basic through intermediate computer drawing skills, and use precision digital art production tools. Create professional quality vector graphics for printed materials, multimedia projects, and web presentation.
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SOC 230

SOC 230: Sociology of Gender & Sexuality

The class will examine gender, or ideas of femininity and masculinity in American society, and reveal that what is considered “feminine” and “masculine varies across cultures. The class will then look at how such ideas of gender shape inequalities. This is a course based in reading, writing, and discussion, and it will be intensive. Join Professor Martin Lopez for a thought-provoking course. SOC& 101 prereq or instructor permission.
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