2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jun 17, 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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Early Childhood Education

   •  ECE 120 - Mathematics for Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 130 - Science for Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 134 - Workshop in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 140 - Special Topics: Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 155 - Special Topics: Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 208 - Early Childhood Field Practicum
   •  ECE 209 - Early Childhood Practicum
   •  ECE 210 - Early Childhood Practicum
   •  ECE 236 - Creative Expression
   •  ECE 237 - Math for Young Children
   •  ECE 249 - Activities for Infants and Toddlers
   •  ECE 250 - Connecting with Children
   •  ECE 255 - Special Topics: Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 298 - Individual Project in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED& 105 - Introduction to Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED& 107 - Health, Nutrition, and Safety
   •  ECED& 120 - Practicum-Nurturing Relationships
   •  ECED& 132 - Nurturing Care - Infants and Toddlers
   •  ECED& 134 - Family Childcare
   •  ECED& 139 - Administration of Early Learning Programs
   •  ECED& 160 - Curriculum Development
   •  ECED& 170 - Environments for Young Children
   •  ECED& 180 - Language and Literacy Development: CD
   •  ECED& 190 - Observation and Assessment
   •  EDUC& 136 - School Age Care
   •  EDUC& 150 - Child, Family, and Community:CD
   •  EDUC& 202 - Introduction to Education

Economics

   •  ECON 120 - General Economics
   •  ECON 130 - American Economic History:CD
   •  ECON 140 - The World Economy:CD
   •  ECON 150 - Global Economic Development:CD
   •  ECON& 201 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON& 202 - Macroeconomics

Edmonds Career Access Program

   •  EDCAP 095 - College Connections
   •  EDCAP 096 - Career Connections

Education

   •  EDUC& 115 - Child Development
   •  EDUC& 130 - Guiding Behavior
   •  EDUC 195 - Educational Experiences in Elementary and Secondary Schools
   •  EDUC& 203 - Exceptional Child

Emergency Management

   •  EMERG 102 - Intro to Emergency Mgmt and Homeland Security
   •  EMERG 110 - Hazard Analysis and Mitigation
   •  EMERG 115 - Basic Incident Command System
   •  EMERG 125 - All Hazards Emergency Planning
   •  EMERG 135 - Mapping and Data Analysis Tools
   •  EMERG 137 - Technology in Emergency Management
   •  EMERG 155 - Special Topics: Emergency Management
   •  EMERG 157 - Public Information Officer
   •  EMERG 198 - Individual Project: Emergency Management
   •  EMERG 199 - Special Projects: Emergency Management
   •  EMERG 200 - Emergency Operations Center
   •  EMERG 210 - Exercise Design and Evaluation
   •  EMERG 215 - Emergency Business Continuity Fundamentals
   •  EMERG 225 - Emergency Business Continuity Advanced
   •  EMERG 230 - Disaster Psychology/Sociology Issues
   •  EMERG 240 - Disaster Recovery and Response
   •  EMERG 250 - Emergency Management of Medical Operations
   •  EMERG 255 - Special Topics: Emergency Management
   •  EMERG 291 - Emergency Management Internship
   •  EMERG 298 - Individual Project: Emergency Management
   •  EMERG 299 - Special Projects: Emergency Management

Engineering

   •  ENGR 100 - Engineering Orientation
   •  ENGR 111 - Introduction to Engineering 1: Modeling and Analysis
   •  ENGR& 114 - Engineering Graphics
   •  ENGR 121 - Introduction to Engineering 2: Design
   •  ENGR 155 - Special Topics: Engineering
   •  ENGR 201 - Materials Science for Engineers
   •  ENGR& 204 - Electrical Circuits
   •  ENGR 205 - Electric Circuits Lab
   •  ENGR& 214 - Statics
   •  ENGR& 215 - Dynamics
   •  ENGR& 224 - Thermodynamics
   •  ENGR& 225 - Mechanics of Materials
   •  ENGR 231 - Technical Writing
   •  ENGR 240 - Applied Numerical Methods
   •  ENGR 255 - Special Topics: Engineering

Engineering Technology

   •  ETEC 105 - Introduction to Electronics
   •  ETEC 110 - Manufacturing Basics
   •  ETEC 111 - Soldering and Inspection
   •  ETEC 115 - Introduction to Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Prototyping
   •  ETEC 116 - Additive Manufacturing, Molding, and Casting
   •  ETEC 117 - Additive Manufacturing and Metal Printing
   •  ETEC 120 - Introduction to Metrology
   •  ETEC 125 - Aviation Fundamentals
   •  ETEC 126 - AET Certification Test Prep
   •  ETEC 130 - Quality Assurance Tools
   •  ETEC 150 - Applied Technical Math
   •  ETEC 155 - Special Topics: Engineering Technology
   •  ETEC 161 - DC Electronics
   •  ETEC 162 - AC and Linear Electronics
   •  ETEC 163 - Digital and Microprocessor Electronics
   •  ETEC 175 - Introduction to Materials Science
   •  ETEC 177 - Robotics 1
   •  ETEC 178 - Robotics 2
   •  ETEC 180 - Polymer Technology
   •  ETEC 199 - Special Projects in Engineering Technology
   •  ETEC 200 - Introduction to Composites
   •  ETEC 205 - Introduction to Automation Studio
   •  ETEC 215 - Applied Statics
   •  ETEC 220 - Applied Strengths of Materials
   •  ETEC 230 - Intermediate CAD and 3D Printing
 

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