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2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions and Objectives


Note: All course objectives in the catalog have been mapped to the most relevant College-Wide Abilities  (CWAs). These mappings are defined by the inclusion of [COMMUNITY], [ACT], [REASON], [EXPLORE] after each course objective.

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, not both. The student must make the choice at the time of registration. Example: DIVST 125 - Race and Ethnic Relations:CD  or SOC 125 - Race and Ethnic Relations:CD .

Correction 11/19/12

 

High School Completion

   •  HSC 099 - Culminating Project
   •  MATH 040 - Arithmetic

History

   •  HIST 104 - African-American History to 1865:CD
   •  HIST 105 - African-American History 1865-1945:CD
   •  HIST 106 - African-American History from 1945:CD
   •  HIST 111 - Greek History
   •  HIST 112 - Roman History
   •  HIST& 116 - Western Civilization I
   •  HIST& 117 - Western Civilization II
   •  HIST& 118 - Western Civilization III
   •  HIST& 146 - United States History I: CD
   •  HIST& 147 - United States History II: CD
   •  HIST& 148 - United States History III: CD
   •  HIST 155 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIST 198 - Individual Project in History
   •  HIST& 214 - Pacific Northwest History
   •  HIST 215 - Technology and American Culture
   •  HIST 230 - Revolutions in Modern History
   •  HIST 246 - Modern East Asian History:CD
   •  HIST 248 - The United States in World Affairs: Since 1945
   •  HIST 255 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIST 298 - Individual Project in History

Honors Program

   •  HONRS 155 - Honors Seminar
   •  HONRS 255 - Honors Seminar

Horticulture

   •  HORT 102 - Horticulture Plant Science
   •  HORT 103 - Horticulture Tools and Equipment
   •  HORT 106 - Broadleaf Plant Identification
   •  HORT 107 - Conifer Plant Identification
   •  HORT 108 - Deciduous Plant Identification
   •  HORT 109 - Soils and Plant Nutrition
   •  HORT 110 - Pest Management Principles and Chemical Safety
   •  HORT 116 - Plant Insects
   •  HORT 117 - Pruning
   •  HORT 118 - Plant Diseases
   •  HORT 120 - Landscape Appreciation
   •  HORT 134 - Interior Plants
   •  HORT 155 - Special Topics
   •  HORT 160 - Woody Plants for Gardeners
   •  HORT 170 - Landscape Studies
   •  HORT 171 - Landscape Studies
   •  HORT 172 - Landscape Studies
   •  HORT 173 - Landscape Studies
   •  HORT 174 - Landscape Materials
   •  HORT 191 - Horticulture Internship
   •  HORT 192 - Horticultural Careers
   •  HORT 196 - Introduction to the Nursery and Greenhouse
   •  HORT 198 - Individual Project in Horticulture
   •  HORT 199 - Special Projects
   •  HORT 204 - Ferns and Fern Allies
   •  HORT 205 - Herbs
   •  HORT 207 - Native Plants in the Landscape
   •  HORT 210 - Mixed Border Practicum
   •  HORT 211 - Spring Flowering Herbaceous Plants
   •  HORT 212 - Summer Flowering Herbaceous Plants
   •  HORT 213 - Fall Flowering Herbaceous Plants
   •  HORT 218 - Hedges, Screens and Espaliers
   •  HORT 221 - Plants in the Landscape
   •  HORT 223 - Japanese Garden Arts
   •  HORT 224 - Design Presentation
   •  HORT 225 - Unusual Plants for Modern/Gardens
   •  HORT 226 - Introduction to Rock Plants
   •  HORT 227 - Container Gardening
   •  HORT 228 - Field Sketching
   •  HORT 229 - Plant Propagation
   •  HORT 231 - Micropropagation Laboratory
   •  HORT 232 - Grafting
   •  HORT 233 - Seed Propagation Lab
   •  HORT 234 - Hardwood Cuttings Lab
   •  HORT 236 - Nursery and Greenhouse Operations
   •  HORT 238 - Bulbs and Bulb Gardening
   •  HORT 242 - Introduction to Arboriculture
   •  HORT 243 - Urban Forestry
   •  HORT 247 - Growing Fruits and Nuts in Western Washington
   •  HORT 248 - Codes, Statutes, and Rules
   •  HORT 249 - Pacific Northwest Land and Water Issues
   •  HORT 250 - Introduction to Restoration Ecology
   •  HORT 251 - Restoration Horticulture
   •  HORT 255 - Horticultural Seminars
   •  HORT 262 - Landscape Design I
   •  HORT 263 - Landscape Design II
   •  HORT 264 - CADD for Landscape
   •  HORT 266 - History of Garden Design
   •  HORT 267 - Landscaping for Wildlife
   •  HORT 269 - Horticulture Business Practices
   •  HORT 270 - Restorative Design Solutions
   •  HORT 271 - Community Development
   •  HORT 275 - Landscape Construction Techniques-Wood
   •  HORT 276 - Landscape Construction Techniques-Concrete/Stone
   •  HORT 277 - Landscape Lighting
   •  HORT 278 - Landscape Construction Design
   •  HORT 279 - Landscape Bidding and Estimating
   •  HORT 280 - Weed Identification and Management
   •  HORT 281 - Sustainable Lawn Installation
   •  HORT 282 - Sustainable Lawn Management
   •  HORT 283 - Groundcovers
   •  HORT 284 - Irrigation Design
   •  HORT 286 - Landscape Maintenance and Renovation
   •  HORT 287 - Low Volume Irrigation
   •  HORT 288 - Irrigation Auditing
   •  HORT 295 - Final Project
 

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