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Ceramics

ART 224, 225, 226: Ceramics: Learn the Art of Ceramics

Whether you’re starting out doing hand-forming techniques with clay, advancing to wheel throwing, or developing your own aesthetic approach to the art form, our series of ceramics courses is for you! Study 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.
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course CHEM 131L

Early Childhood Education

The Early Childhood Education Program's Early Achievers grant, which provides funds for childcare providers' tuition and textbooks, is accepting a few new grantees for winter and spring quarters. Apply now by contacting Program Coordinator Yvette Cline at ycline@pencol.edu.
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Photojournalism: CMST 121 & 122

ENGL& 102 and HIST& 148: Conspiracy Theories in History

Earn credit in U.S. History III and English Composition II by signing up for this special linked course: Uncivil Civic Discourse: History and the Rhetoric of Conspiracy Theories. Explore the rhetoric of conspiracy and how it influences and often undermines civil discourse. This 10-credit course will especially look at conspiracy-oriented groups from the history of the Pacific Northwest and particularly the Olympic Peninsula. Students earn 5 social science distribution credits and 5 credits in English 102.
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course ENGL 90 & FILM 101

HOSP 120 Ecotourism (Online)

Overview of the socio-cultural, ecological, economic and community impacts of ecotourism. Explore ecoguide certification and sustainable dimensions of ecotourism from the perspective of conservation. Students will examine ecotourism governance and policy and create an ecotourism program plan.
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courses Linked ENVS& 100 and MATH 91: Survey of Environmental Science and Essentials of Intermediate Algebra

DRAMA 230: Directing - Direct a One-Act Play

The next Steven Spielberg? See yourself sitting in the Director's Chair? By the end of this course, you will not only receive a baseball cap and Hollywood shades, you will also be able to lead a troop of actors through a minefield of diverse directing challenges. Through both a theoretical discussion of performance theory as well as practical exercises in class, you will be able to analyze, energize, and dramatize a script of your choice to be featured in front of a live audience in the Little Theatre.
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MUSC 136 Jazz Ensemble

MEDIA 196: Intro to 3D Design (offered online and on-campus)

Explore the fundamental techniques of 3D creation, capturing, and rendering. Create objects and characters that can be used for 3D environments, interfaces and printing.
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course PHIL 101

PE 108/109: Conditioning and Wellness

Learn lifelong fitness habits and get credit for regular workouts in PE 108/109: Conditioning and Wellness. Learn the fundamentals of weight training and build strength in PE 162/163/164: Weight Training. Engage in fun weekly exercise by taking PE 106/107: Badminton.
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course PHIL 101

Addiction Studies: Pathological Gambling

Lead by Dr. Allen Lapin, the course focuses on addressing the physical and psychological aspects of gambling as an addiction and brain disease. This course is offered as an elective, and is popular with those interested in gaining a thorough overview of this addiction and how it affects the individual, the family and the community.
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course PHIL 101

AOS 210: Student to Career Success

Connect your college courses to a successful career search. Showcase your skills and create a comprehensive digital web portfolio site and a LinkedIn profile for self-promotion and networking. After completion of self-assessment, career research, and plans of analyses, skills, interest, and values are applied to a variety of possible careers.
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course PHIL 101

ENGL 90 and SOC& 101: IMO, R Class is GR8

Is your iPhone controlling you? Do you only write in text message speak? In this class you will explore how larger societal forces such as technology, social class, race, and gender shape our lives and the world around. This course offers students the chance to pass both English 90 and English 101 as well as take a college-level sociology course.
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course PHIL 101

MED 192 Health Information Management (online)

Introduction to health information management and healthcare delivery systems. The course will focus on the roles of health professionals, types of healthcare organizations, types and levels of healthcare delivery systems, and healthcare governing bodies.
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course PHIL 101

HIST&214: Pacific Northwest History: Learn the history of the Northwest!

What makes the Northwest different than the East Coast or the South? Why are we a clash of politics and perspectives over microbrews? Ever wonder why Amazon, Boeing, Microsoft, and Starbucks got rooted here? Find out how it all got going while learning about yourself.
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course PHIL 101

CMST 201: Social Media and Society

Explore the Social Media Phenomenon: Walls fall. Social media weaves a comforting net for many and a withering web for others. Explore the phenomena of Facebook, Twitter, Reddit and others in Social Media & Society: Facebook, Family and Fate. 
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course PHIL 101

Sustainable Agriculture: Introduction to Food Systems (Online)

Students will explore food production and consumption by analyzing the resource cycles and movement of food from seed to table. The course will examine agricultural history, industrial agriculture challenges, food policy, justice and health as well as community-based solutions.
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