2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
    Oct 18, 2018  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions and Objectives


Note: All courses have identified Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs) that align with Program-level Learning Outcomes. More information about CLOs and PLOs can be found on the General Education Learning Outcomes  page in this catalog.

Dual Listed Course
A dual listed course is one of two courses that have the same title and content, but use different department abbreviations. One or the other may be taken for credit, but not both. The student must make the choice at the time of registration. Examples: DIVST 125 - Race and Ethnic Relations:CD  and SOC 125 - Race and Ethnic Relations:CD .

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Anthropology

   •  ANTH 271 - Laboratory Methods in Archaeology:CD
   •  ANTH 272 - Field Methods in Archaeology II
   •  ANTH 273 - Laboratory Methods in Archaeology II:CD
   •  ANTH 274 - Field Methods in Archaeology III
   •  ANTH 275 - Laboratory Methods in Archaeology III:CD
   •  ANTH 298 - Individual Project in Anthropology

Art

   •  ART& 100 - Art Appreciation: CD
   •  ART 101 - Drawing I
   •  ART 102 - Drawing II
   •  ART 103 - Drawing III
   •  ART 111 - Two-Dimensional Design: CD
   •  ART 112 - Three-Dimensional Design: CD
   •  ART 113 - Alternative Approaches to Design: CD
   •  ART 126 - Survey of Western Art: Ancient
   •  ART 127 - Survey of Western Art: Medieval-Renaissance
   •  ART 128 - Survey of Western Art: Modern
   •  ART 129 - Art of a Specific Culture
   •  ART 130 - Contemporary Art
   •  ART 150 - Painting I: CD
   •  ART 151 - Painting II: CD
   •  ART 152 - Painting III: CD
   •  ART 153 - Painting IV: CD
   •  ART 155 - Special Topics: Art
   •  ART 160 - Printmaking CD
   •  ART 170 - Pottery I: CD
   •  ART 171 - Pottery II: CD
   •  ART 172 - Pottery III: CD
   •  ART 173 - Pottery IV: CD
   •  ART 175 - Jewelry and Metal Design I
   •  ART 176 - Jewelry and Metal Design II
   •  ART 177 - Jewelry and Metal Design III
   •  ART 180 - Sculpture
   •  ART 181 - Ceramic Sculpture: CD
   •  ART 188 - Instructional Assistant in Art
   •  ART 198 - Individual Projects in Art
   •  ART 199 - Special Projects in Art
   •  ART 225 - Introduction to Graphic Design
   •  ART 226 - Intermediate Graphic Design
   •  ART 255 - Special Topics: Art
   •  ART 288 - Instructional Assistant in Art
   •  ART 298 - Individual Projects in Art
   •  ART 299 - Special Projects in Art

Astronomy

   •  ASTR 051 - Solar System and Beyond
   •  ASTR& 110 - The Solar System w/Lab
   •  ASTR 120 - Stars and Galaxies
   •  ASTR 199 - Special Projects in Astronomy
   •  ASTR 299 - Special Projects in Astronomy

Biology

   •  BIOL 050 - Issues in Human Biology
   •  BIOL& 100 - Survey of Biology w/Lab
   •  BIOL 105 - Western Washington Ecology w/Lab
   •  BIOL 106 - Marine Biology w/Lab
   •  BIOL 155 - Special Topics: Biology
   •  BIOL& 175 - Human Biology w/Lab
   •  BIOL 210 - Problem Solving for Majors Cellular Biology
   •  BIOL& 211 - Majors Cellular w/Lab
   •  BIOL& 212 - Majors Animal w/Lab
   •  BIOL& 213 - Majors Plant w/Lab
   •  BIOL& 241 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I w/Lab
   •  BIOL& 242 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II w/Lab
   •  BIOL 251 - Problem Solving Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
   •  BIOL 252 - Problem Solving Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
   •  BIOL 255 - Special Topics: Biology
   •  BIOL& 260 - Microbiology w/Lab
   •  BIOL 261 - Problem Solving in Microbiology
   •  BIOL 293 - Undergraduate Research in Biology

Bridge: Reading, Writing, and Study Skills

   •  BRDGE 055 - Integrating Learning
   •  BRDGE 087 - Reading and Writing College Prep Skills
   •  BRDGE 088 - Reading and Writing College Prep Skills
   •  BRDGE 090 - Reading and Writing Improvement
   •  BRDGE 093 - Reading and Essay Development
   •  BRDGE 107 - Reading and Writing College Prep Skills
   •  BRDGE 108 - Reading and Writing College Prep Skills

Business Information Technology

   •  BSTEC 100 - Computer Keyboarding
   •  BSTEC 104 - Medical Terminology
   •  BSTEC 106 - Medical Billing
   •  BSTEC 107 - Business English
   •  BSTEC 108 - Business Presentations
   •  BSTEC 109 - Word Processing (Word)
   •  BSTEC 110 - Business Communications:CD
   •  BSTEC 112 - Medical Document Processing
   •  BSTEC 115 - Medical Law and Ethics
   •  BSTEC 116 - Pathophysiology/Advanced Medical Terminology
   •  BSTEC 118 - Medical Coding 1- ICD-10-CM
   •  BSTEC 120 - Ten Key with Math Applications
   •  BSTEC 127 - Ten-Key Skill Building
   •  BSTEC 129 - PC Basics
   •  BSTEC 130 - Computer Fundamentals
   •  BSTEC 134 - Microsoft OneNote
   •  BSTEC 138 - Travel Management
   •  BSTEC 153 - Pharmacology
   •  BSTEC 155 - Special Topics: Business Information Tech
   •  BSTEC 198 - Individual Project in Business Information Tech
   •  BSTEC 199 - Special Projects: Business Information Tech
   •  BSTEC 200 - Keyboard Skill Building
   •  BSTEC 206 - Introduction to Electronic Health Records
   •  BSTEC 207 - Certification Exams
   •  BSTEC 209 - Desktop Publishing
   •  BSTEC 210 - Microsoft Outlook
   •  BSTEC 211 - PowerPoint Projects
   •  BSTEC 213 - Advanced Word Projects
 

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