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2013 Fall Quarter Schedule
2013
FALL
QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
www.cptc.edu
Classes start September 23
CPTC Student Success: Eyes on the Prize
SEE PAGE 50
www.cptc.edu/schedule
(253) 589-5800
STUDENT SERVICES HOURS HAVE CHANGED SEE PAGES 2-5
IMPORTANT DATES
Why Clover Park?
Clover Park Technical College students
get a time-honored style of hands-on
learning experience taught by experts
in a large variety of practical career
fields. From aviation to health care,
from computers to design, from cooking to welding, you
can trust that you are learning the theory, the basics, the
art and the best practice for a profession that is fulfilling
and in demand today. At Clover Park Technical College,
we focus on excellence, experience and employment.
Redefine education. See what Clover Park has for you.
Not sure what career would
be best for you?
Wondering what goes on inside the classrooms and labs? Think you are
headed in the right direction, but want to make sure? At Clover Park
Technical College we want you to be successful, so we have lots of ways
for you to find out more about our certificate and degree programs.
• Get Started Workshop for new students.
For more information, call (253) 589-5548
AUGUST
14
19
28
30
Information Sessions
Last day to withdraw from Summer Quarter with “W” grade
Information Sessions
Summer Quarter Ends
SEPTEMBER
2
Labor Day
3-18 Summer Break
11 Patriot Day
20 Health Sciences Facility
Grand Opening
20 Inservice Day
23 Fall Quarter Starts
OCTOBER
9
23
25
31 Information Sessions
Information Sessions
Faculty Inservice Day
Halloween
• Program Information Sessions
Volume 5, No. 3 Summer 2013 USPS 25152
• VIP Pass for Class
Published quarterly by Clover Park Technical College
4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW Lakewood, WA 98499-4004
• Running Start For more information,
Periodicals postage paid at Tacoma, WA
visit www.cptc.edu/advising or call (253) 589-5583
• Visit www.cptc.edu/outreach to find out more
about our certificate and degree programs.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to
Clover Park Technical College – College Relations,
4500 Steilacoom Blvd SW, Lakewood, WA 98499-4004
For more info
On the Cover:
(253) 589-5800
Welding Program
www.cptc.edu/schedule
George Viena
Aviation Center, South Hill Campus www.cptc.edu/aerospace
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
Getting Started
STEP 1 Paying for College/Apply for Financial Aid
• Create a financial plan on how to pay for college, and apply early for possible
financial aid, including scholarships, grants and loans.
• Go online to www.cptc.edu/money for Financial Aid Information & Deadlines
STEP 2 Attend a Get Started Workshop and Program
Information Session
• Program Information Session is required for Cosmetology and Human Services
programs.
• Learn more about programs, speak with the instructors and view the training areas.
• Professional Pilot, Aviation & Aerospace program sessions located at South Hill
Campus, Puyallup.
STEP 3 Apply for Admission and Pay the $20 fee:
• Mail the Admission Form with a check or money order to Clover Park Technical
College.
• Deliver it in person to Student Records, Building 17.
STEP 4 Take the COMPASS Placement Assessment:
$19 fee
• Visit www.cptc.edu/compass for details.
• You can also use a prior assessment or college transcript –
see www.cptc.edu/compass for details.
STEP 5 Meet with a Counselor/Advisor for an
Education Plan:
• You will not be able to register for any courses until you meet with an Advisor.
• Come prepared, bring your:
-- Official COMPASS scores or prior assessment taken within the past two years, or
-- College transcripts from any Washington State college, or
-- Assessment Scores from Student Records for out-of-state transcripts.
• You may also schedule an appointment with Counseling & Advising at
(253) 589-5548
STEP 6 Register for Classes
• Register for your classes during Open Registration online.
• You must register for all first quarter classes in your program as listed on your
Education Plan.
• If earlier openings for your program occur, you will be informed by email or mail,
so make sure you check your email regularly for possible updates on your program
registration.
STEP 7 Pay Tuition
• To prevent your classes from being dropped for non-payment, make sure your tuition &
fees are paid by the quarter-fee deadline.
• Contact Financial Aid or your funding agency.
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Table of Contents
Important Dates............................. previous page
Getting Started.............................................. 1
Registration................................................... 1
Testing Center................................................ 1
Running Start................................................. 2
Financial Aid................................................. 2
Tuition and Fees............................................. 2
Advising and Counseling................................. 3
Child Care.................................................... 3
Disability Services........................................... 3
Campus Locations.......................................... 4
Registration on the Web.................................. 5
How to Read the Schedule............................... 5
Class Listings............................................. 6-46
Continuing Education.................................5, 47
Classes For Personal Enrichment...................... 49
Campus Maps............................................. 51
College Policies........................................... 53
Registration Office
to sign up for classes
Where? Building 17
When?
Mon, Tues, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Wed 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(1st & 3rd of the month),
Wed 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
(2nd & 4th of the month),
Thurs, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Fri, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
How? Walk in. If you have
questions, call (253) 589-5800.
Testing Center
for the COMPASS assessment
Where? Building 17
When?
Monday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Tuesday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Wednesday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(1st & 3rd Weds of the month),
Wednesday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(2nd & 4th Weds of the month),
Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Friday from 8 a.m. to noon.
How? Walk in, bring a photo ID
and pay a fee. If you have questions,
call (253) 589-5800. Allow up to two
hours to complete.
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CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
Paying for College
Financial Aid Office
Good news! Financial aid is available to part-time and full-time students. If you need financial
assistance to attend college, there are many resources available for eligible students. Start by
talking with the experts in the Financial Aid Office. They can help you take all the steps to get
as much aid as you are eligible for. Pick up the 5-Step Application Process at the Financial
Aid Office or by visiting www.cptc.edu/money. You can also complete the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.FAFSA.ed.gov.
• Scholarships. Contact the Clover Park Technical College Foundation at (253) 589-5732.
You can also visit www.thewashboard.org and www.fastweb.com
• Veterans. Contact our VA clerk at (253) 589-5581.
• WorkFirst. If you are a TANF recipient or a low-income working parent,
call (253) 589-5895 to learn about opportunities for free job skills training.
• Opportunity Grant/BFET Funding. If you are a low-income student, you may be
eligible for a grant that will pay for tuition, books and some other expenses. Visit
www.cptc.edu/og or call (253) 589-5961 to see a list of qualifying career training programs.
Adult Basic Education or English as a Second Language students pay tuition of $25
per quarter but do not pay an admission fee.
2013 TUITION
Resident
Tuition & Fees
Non-resident/
International
Tuition & Fees
Where? Building 17
When? Mon 7:30-5, Tues 7:30-12:30,
Wed 10-5 (1st & 3rd of the month),
Wed 10-7 (2nd & 4th of the month),
Thurs 7:30-12:30, Friday 9-5
How? Walk in. If you have
questions, call (253) 589-5660.
Elective High School students under age
• Worker Retraining. If you are currently collecting unemployment benefits, have
exhausted those benefits in the past 24 months, are a displaced homemaker, or have been
honorably discharged from military service you may qualify for worker retraining. Call
(253) 589-5548. Visit www.cptc.edu/advising for more information.
# of Credit
Hours
for grants, loans, student employment
and scholarships
# of Credit
Hours
Resident
Tuition & Fees
Non-resident/
International
Tuition & Fees
16
$1,369.64
$3,119.70
1
$106.76
$278.76
2
$213.52
$557.52
17
$1,416.48
$3,171.55
$1,463.32
$3,223.40
21 do not pay tuition or an admission fee.
Qualifying students are expected to pay all
Laboratory/Supply Fees and the Assessment
Fee as well as fees for consumables,
books, tool kits, program testing fees
and transportation costs required for the
program. The college may require students
to pay a refundable deposit for loaned tools.
Qualified students (juniors or seniors
enrolled in area high schools) may enroll in
programs tuition free up to a maximum of
15 credits as determined by their combined
high school and college enrollment on their
Running Start Enrollment Verification Form
obtained from their high school counselor.
Additionally, Running Start students
will pay for all fees associated with their
college enrollment including laboratory
fees, security & safety fees, books, tools,
consumables, transportation, etc.
3
$320.28
$836.28
18
4
$427.04
$1,115.04
19
$1,559.58
$3,491.66
5
$533.80
$1,393.80
20
$1,655.84
$3,759.92
6
$640.56
$1,672.56
21
$1,752.10
$4,028.18
7
$747.32
$1,951.32
22
$1,848.36
$4,296.44
Assessment Fee: $19.00 non-refundable
Graduation Award Fee: $20.00 non-
8
$854.08
$2,230.08
23
$1,944.62
$4,564.70
refundable
9
$960.84
$2,508.84
24
$2,040.88
$4,832.96
Additional fees
10
$1,067.60
$2,787.60
25
$2,137.14
$5,101.22
11
$1,124.94
$2,849.95
26
$2,233.40
$5,369.48
12
$1,182.28
$2,912.30
27
$2,329.66
$5,637.74
One-time fees
College Admission Fee: $20.00 non-
refundable
Additional fees may be charged for a
specific class and are listed at the end of
the course descriptions.
13
$1,229.12
$2,964.15
28
$2,425.92
$5,906.00
See page 49 for refund policy.
14
$1,275.96
$3,016.00
29
$2,522.18
$6,174.26
15
$1,322.80
$3,067.85
30
$2,618.44
$6,442.52
All fees are subject to change without notice.
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
Redefine Education:
Do it with the help you need
Advising and Counseling
It’s all about your success! The Advising and Counseling department at Clover Park Technical
College is dedicated to providing support and direction to help students meet their academic
goals successfully. It’s a good idea to attend a Get Started Workshop. Advisors can tailor an
educational plan to help you reach your educational goals and connect you with communitybased resources to help you succeed.
In Advising and Counseling, you’ll find:
• Emergency Grant Applications
• The Career Center
• WorkFirst
• Access to the “Ask Me Center”
• Running Start
• Brief Personal Counseling and Referral
• Foster Youth
• Disability and Access Services
• Worker Retraining
Call (253) 589-5548.
Disability Services
Clover Park Technical College is committed to our students’ success, and we make appropriate
adjustments and reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. If
you need this kind of consideration, start early by contacting the Disability Services Office,
preferably at least six weeks before the start of classes. Call (253) 589-5767. For TTY, call (253)
589-5837. WA Relay Service 711.
Find the degree or certificate
that will change your life
Whether you want to begin your career or enhance your existing professional skills, change
directions with a new career or continue your education by transferring to another college or
university, the education and hands-on training you receive at Clover Park Technical College
will get you to where you want to be.
Certificates at Clover Park Technical College
Program certificates are a great way to get your foot in the door in a new industry or for
already-working adults and professionals to advance their skill levels and stay current with
industry standards. The majority of programs at Clover Park Technical College offer shortterm certificates, many of which can be completed in one year or less, depending upon the
program.
Degrees at Clover Park Technical College
The Associate of Applied Technology (AAT) degree is awarded to students who complete
programs that are 90 credits or more in length and include a core of 15 college-level academic
credits. The bulk of the credits are in specific career/technical fields and the required general
education courses in communication, quantitative reasoning, and social sciences are designed
to prepare students for work.
The Associate in Applied Science (AAS-T) degree is also a workforce degree with a core of
general education courses. The difference is that the AAS-T degree requires a minimum of 20
credits of general education courses commonly accepted in transfer, including a minimum of
5 credits in English composition; 5 credits in quantitative reasoning; and 10 credits in social
science, humanities or science.
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Child care on campus On-campus child
care at Clover Park Technical College gives
student-parents the freedom and peace of
mind to pursue their education while their
children are also getting the best possible
early care and education. The Hayes Child
Development Center is a nationally certified
center that serves children from one month
to 12 years old. The center is open from 6:30
a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Fulltime and flexible hourly care is available. To
learn more, call (253) 589-5531.
Clover Park Technical College is
accredited by the Northwest Commission
on Colleges and Universities, a regional
accrediting body recognized by the Council
for Higher Education and Accreditation
and/or U.S. Department of Education.
President:
Dr. John W. Walstrum
Board of Trustees:
Bruce Lachney, Chair
Lua Pritchard, Vice Chair
Dr. Robert Lenigan
Mark Martinez
Mary Moss
Make sure you get all
the information you need
For more detailed information about
certificate and degree requirements
and transfer options, please read the
chapter “Academic Standards” in the
2013-2014 College Catalog. Be sure
to talk with an academic advisor or
counselor before enrolling in any
program. They are here to help you
make the best possible choices to
have your experience at the College
work for you.
Continuing on to the next degree
Clover Park Technical College has agreements
with several universities and colleges for
articulating your associate’s degree into
specific bachelor’s degree programs.
In addition, many of the College’s programs
have individual agreements with other
academic institutions that provide for the
transfer of individual course credit.
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CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
Redefine Education:
Fly high, dig deep, live well
In addition to our main campus in Lakewood, you’ll find Clover Park Technical College courses
and programs at South Hill.
South Hill Campus & Aviation Center
(253) 583-8904
17214 110 Ave. E. • Puyallup, WA 98474
South Hill Campus & Aviation Center is home to three degree and certificate programs:
Aerospace, Aviation Maintenance, and Professional Pilot. You’ll also find continuing education
courses in computers, cooking and more.
Lakewood Campus
(253) 589-5800
4500 Steilacoom Blvd. SW • Lakewood, WA 98499
Campus maps and driving directions are at www.cptc.edu
CPTC Bookstore
(253) 589-5614
8 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
The bookstore is located in The Sharon
M. McGavick Student Center, Building
23. For more information, call the
bookstore or visit the bookstore’s
webpage at: www.cptc.edu/bookstore
Permits are required to park on
campus. To get a permit for your vehicle,
fill out a parking/ID application available
at Student Records, the front desk, and
the Cashier’s Office – all in Building 17 –
and in the Security Office, Building 23.
Course Cancellations
The College cancels a class only when we have too
few students enrolled to cover the cost of the class.
We reserve the right to cancel classes, reschedule
classes or change instructors. The decision to cancel a
class is made before the starting date of the class. We
make every effort to notify registered students. Please
include your home and work telephone numbers and
email on your registration form. If a class is cancelled,
students receive 100% refund.
Suspended Operations
In the event Clover Park Technical College
must close or operate on a delayed schedule
due to weather or other emergency
conditions, the College will seek to provide
that information to all local radio and
television stations by 5 a.m. if reasonably
possible. In addition, a recorded message
will be available on the School Closure &
InformatiONLINE at (253) 589-5707.
The information will also be posted on
the home page of the College web site,
www.cptc.edu, and at the Public Schools
Emergency Communications system web
site, www.schoolreport.org.
No announcement means normal operation.
Announcements are for
one day only.
This schedule provides a general guideline of courses
offered by Clover Park Technical College. The classes and
programs described herein are implemented at the sole
discretion of the college and are subject to change at any
time without notice. Information contained on classes and
programs is illustrative only and is not intended to create
any contractual obligation or covenant with the college.
Index of Class Listings
Accounting..............................................................6
Adult Basic Education...............................................7
Adult High School....................................................7
Aerospace Composite...............................................7
American Sign Language..........................................8
Architectural Engineering Design................................8
Architectural Cad Drafting (I-Best)...............................9
Art.........................................................................9
Automotive Collision Technician.................................9
Automotive Restoration & Customization.....................9
Automotive Technician............................................10
Aviation Maintenance Technician.............................11
Biology.................................................................12
Central Service/Sterile Processing............................12
Chemistry..............................................................13
College Success.....................................................13
Computer Applications...........................................13
Computer Information Technology............................14
Computer Networking & Informations Systems Security.15
Construction..........................................................16
Construction - Sustainable Building Science...............17
Core Allied Health.................................................17
Cosmetology.........................................................17
Culinary Arts.........................................................19
Dental Assistant.....................................................20
Dental Administrative Specialist...............................21
Early Care & Education..........................................21
Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security........................22
English..................................................................23
Environmental Science............................................24
Esthetic Sciences....................................................25
Esthetic Sciences/Medical Esthetics..........................26
Graphic Technologies.............................................26
Health Unit Coordinator..........................................27
Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning.......................28
Hemodialysis.........................................................29
Human Services.....................................................29
Human Services/Chemical Dependency...................30
Human Services/Chemical Dependency (I-Best).........31
Interior Design.......................................................31
Leadership............................................................32
Manufacturing Technologies....................................32
Massage...............................................................33
Math....................................................................34
Material Science....................................................36
Media Design & Production.....................................36
Medical Assistant...................................................37
Medical Histology..................................................38
Medical Laboratory Technican.................................38
Music...................................................................38
Nursing Assistant...................................................39
Nursing Assistant I-Best...........................................39
Nursing Practical—Nursing.....................................39
Nursing RN-Option................................................40
Pastry Arts.............................................................40
Pharmacy Technician..............................................41
Physics..................................................................42
Professional Pilot....................................................42
Psychology............................................................43
Restaurant Operations............................................44
Retail....................................................................44
Sociology..............................................................45
Surgical Technology...............................................45
Welding Technology...............................................46
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
How to Read the Schedule
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course description
class fee in
addition to tuition
credits
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course number (“&” designates common course numbering*)
Covers nutrition, health and safety while
working with young children. Course content
will include information from the following
CDA functional areas: Healthy, Families,
Cognitive, Safe. Texts required. $39.38 SS
41A1 2Cr A 1-2 p.m.
6/24-8/2710-216 item number
course title
ECS& 280 HEALTH & NUTRITION
M
Dorum
start and end dates
class time
day(s) class meets
instructor
building number
A = Angel web-enhanced course
SHC = South Hill Campus, Puyallup location
Arranged = See instructor to arrange class times
SYMBOLS:
online
courses
Registration
Online
Continuing students who have a student
ID and a PIN can register online at
www.cptc.edu/register.
• Click on I Am Ready to Register.
• Enter your SID and PIN.
• You will see a “welcome” with your name.
Click Continue.
• You may be prompted for
responses to questions about your
educational interests.
• Enter the 4-digit item number for each
class you wish to take.
• Click Submit Add/Drop.
• Click Finish.
• Click Online Fee Payment to pay with
your credit card and print your receipt.
• Review your address and your schedule
for accuracy.
continuing
education
What’s
continuing
education?
What difference
does it make?
In order to offer a wide range of subjects and
opportunities for students, some continuing
education courses are developed without
using the state funds that pay for most of the
credit courses at the College. The instruction
is of the same high quality and up-to-date
relevance as all Clover Park Technical
College courses, and many continuing
education courses offer college credit.
However, the cost of a continuing education
course may be different; generally these
courses are not eligible for financial aid, and
the registration process is different.
• Please feel free to call (253) 589-5575 for
more information.
*What is Common Course Numbering?
Course numbers that contain an ampersand (&) designate the course as part of Washington
State’s common course numbering system. It is designed to make course transfer between and
among the 34 community and technical colleges as easy as possible for students.
community
education
Virtually
yours,
whenever you’re ready!
Online courses for credit
You’ll need a computer with Internet
access, a web browser, an email address and
Microsoft Word; be sure to read the course
descriptions for other requirements. You’ll
find courses marked throughout this schedule
in accounting, computer networking and
information systems security, emergency
management, general education and
continuing education. The possibilities are
virtually endless!
Contact [email protected], call (253) 5894534 or visit www.cptc.edu/online for more
information and “How to Start Your Class.”
ED2GO
The Education to Go (ed2go) program brings
250 courses to you online, adding to what
the college offers in our regular schedule
of courses. Ed2Go courses start monthly
and run for six weeks. You’ll have a topnotch instructor, lively discussion boards,
assignments, tutorials and interactive
quizzes geared to help you. All you need
is a computer with Internet access, a web
browser, and an email address.
For a complete list of courses, start dates and
details, go to www.cptc.edu/online.
To register, go to www.cptc.edu/register.
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ACCOUNTING
ACTG 120
ACCT&202 PRINCIPLES OF
ACCOUNTING II
Covers fundamentals of accounting theory and
practice continued from ACCT& 201. Focus is
on issues related to businesses organized as a
partnership or corporation and their effects on
balance sheet accounts. Also covers investment,
dissolution and distribution of income.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 201. Additional Fee:
$48.75
4932 5 Cr
9/24-12/11
11-11:50 a.m.
10-214
TWThF
Cooke [ENHANCED]
ACCT&203 PRINCIPLES OF
ACCOUNTING III
Introduces the theory of cost accounting and
an analysis of accounting data as a part of the
managerial process of planning, decisionmaking, and control. Emphasis is given to job
order, process and standard cost accounting
data, and the preparation and use of budgets
and internal control reports necessary for
making economic decisions for manufacturing
businesses. Prerequisite: ACCT& 201.
Additional Fee: $25.00
49G2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
ONLINE
ACTG 110
ARRANGED
Dorum, Lucy
BOOKKEEPING I
Introduces fundamental principles of full
cycle, double-entry accounting, including
maintaining journals, ledgers, and banking
records to prepare basic financial statements
for service and retail businesses organized as
sole proprietorships or partnerships. Covers
basics of payroll accounting and payroll tax
reports. Explores the concepts and terminology
required to perform specific accounting
functions accurately. Prerequisite:
COMPASS score equivalent to completion of
MAT 82 and ENG 82 or higher, or Instructor
approval. Additional Fee: $25.00
49B2 4 Cr
9/23-12/11
ONLINE
4902 4 Cr
9/24-11/01
ACTG 115
ARRANGED
Dorum, Lucy
9-10:50 a.m.
TWThF
10-214
Dorum, Lucy [ENHANCED]
4912 4 Cr
11/05-12/11
ARRANGED
Dorum, Lucy
9-10:50 a.m.
TWThF
10-214
Dorum, Lucy [ENHANCED]
ELECTRONIC BUSINESS MATH
Covers business math applications to include
payroll, percents, merchandising, consumer
credit, simple and compound interest,
prorating, stocks and bonds, and the metric
system, using the keyboard functions and
the touch method of electronic calculator
operation. Prerequisite: COMPASS score
equivalent to completion of MAT 82 and
ENG 82 or higher, or Instructor approval.
Additional Fee: $25.00
49D2 2 Cr
9/23-12/11
ONLINE
ACTG 135
ARRANGED
Dorum, Lucy
4922 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
ACTG 160
11-11:50 a.m.
10-216
TWF
Dorum, Lucy
PAYROLL & BUSINESS TAXES
Provides practice in all payroll operations,
the recording of accounting entries involving
payroll, and the preparation of payroll and
business tax returns that are required of
business. Covers the concepts, laws, and
terminology required to perform specific
payroll accounting functions. Prerequisite:
ACTG 110 or Instructor approval. Additional
Fee: $25.00
49F2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
ONLINE
ACTG 212
ARRANGED
Dorum, Lucy
PRINCIPLES OF
ACCOUNTING II LAB
Provides instructional activities that support
material covered in ACCT& 202 in a supervised
lab environment. Concurrent with: ACCT&
202. Prerequisite: ACTG 211 or instructor
approval. Additional Fee: $14.25
4942 3 Cr
9/25-12/11
12-12:50 p.m.
10-214
W
Cooke
BUSINESS OFFICE I
Provides an opportunity for students to
experience and participate in a realistic office
environment by providing financial statements,
completing financial examinations, preparing
payroll, and furnishing other similar financial
accounting work products to the public.
Prerequisites: ACTG 143, ACTG 235, CAS
121, and ACCT& 201, or Instructor approval.
Additional Fee: $23.75
4962 5 Cr
10/01-12/06
12-2 p.m.
10-214
ACTG 262
TWThF
Cooke
BUSINESS OFFICE II
Provides an opportunity for students to
experience and participate in a realistic office
environment by providing financial statements,
completing financial examinations, preparing
payroll, and furnishing other similar financial
accounting work products to the public.
Prerequisite: ACCTG 260
Additional Fee: $23.75
4972 5 Cr
10/01-12/06
ACTG 271
ACCOUNTING
SPREADSHEETS I
Introduces electronic spreadsheets (Microsoft
Office-Excel). Covers creating business
forms and spreadsheets to prepare financial
statements. Prerequisite: CAS 105, CAS 121
or Instructor approval. Concurrent with ACTG
110 or Instructor approval. Additional Fee:
$23.75
ACTG 260
BOOKKEEPING II
Introduces continued principles of full
cycle, double-entry accounting. Covers
specialty issues such as uncollectible
accounts, depreciation, inventory, notes,
interest, accruals, and end-of-period
work for corporations. Explores concepts
and terminology required to perform
specific accounting functions accurately.
Prerequisite: ACTG 110. Additional Fee:
$25.00
49C2 4 Cr
9/23-12/11
ONLINE
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
12-2 p.m.
10-214
TWThF
Cooke
INTERNSHIP I
Provides students with on-the-job practical
field experience. Program offers students a
way to combine classroom study with related
work experience under the supervision of an
employer. Work experience must be related
to the educational and career objective of the
student. Must be approved by the Instructor
and includes a weekly seminar component.
Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Instructor
permission required.
4982 5 Cr
10/01-12/06
12-2 p.m.
10-214
TWThF
Cooke
ACTG 291 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
Continues the study of the fundamentals of
individual income tax accounting theory and
practice, including a detailed study of the rules
and regulations for preparation of the most
common forms and schedules, preparation
of these forms and schedules, tax laws in the
United States, and the differences between GA
AP and income tax accounting. Prerequisite:
ACTG 222 and ACCT& 201, or Instructor
approval. Concurrent with ACTG 293.
Additional Fee: $23.75
4992 5 Cr
9/24-12/11
ACTG 293
9-10:30 a.m.
10-216
TWThF
Cooke
INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX / ACCOUNTING LAB
Provides a supervised setting, with instructional
support, to apply understanding of federal
individual income tax rules and regulations to
specific tax problems. Prerequisite: ACTG
222 and ACCT& 201, or Instructor approval.
Concurrent with ACTG 291.
Additional Fee: $23.75
49A2 5 Cr
9/24-12/11
BUS& 201
10:30-10:50 a.m.
10-216
TWThF
Cooke
BUSINESS LAW
Introduces the Uniform Commercial Code
and Business Laws pertaining to business
contracts, sales, bailments, commercial paper,
employment, agency, business organization,
insurance and property. Prerequisite: ACTG
115 or instructor approval. Additional Fee:
$25.00
49H2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Cooke, Suzann
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
ADHS 016 PACIFIC NORTHWEST HISTORY
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
Adult Basic Skills classes require attendance
in a mandatory new student class, Tools for
Success. These classes are available throughout
the quarter and serve students on a first come,
first served basis. After successful completion
of the Tools for Success class, students are
registered for the next quarter based on skill
level. More information about registering for
the Tools for Success class is available in the
Basic Skills office or by calling (253) 589-5702.
There is a $25.00 program fee for each student
enrolled in ABE.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
English as a Second language classes require
attendance in a mandatory new student class
called ESL Student Success. These classes are
available throughout the quarter and serve
students on a first come, first served basis.
Students are registered for the next quarter
based on skill level. More information about
registering for the ESL Student Success class is
available in Basic Skills office or by calling (253)
589-5702. There is a $25.00 program fee for
each student enrolled in ABE.
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL
ADHS 013
This course explores causes and effects of
contemporary global issues.
Fee: $31.53
ADHS 014
Fee: $31.53
5B82 5 Cr
9/23-12/30
ADHS 017
MTWTh
Quincy
CIVICS
5B92 5 Cr
9/23-12/30
ADHS 018
5B02 5 Cr
9/23-12/30
Fee: $31.53
5B62 5 Cr
9/23-12/30
5-7:30 p.m.
14 109
TW
Norton
ART
2-2:50 p.m.
14 109
DAILY
Purvine
DAILY
Aldridge, Jan
BIOLOGY I
This class is a study of cell structure, cell
energy, and complex cellular reproduction.
5BB2 5 Cr
9/23-12/30
5-7:30 p.m.
14 109
TW
Norton
BIOLOGY II
This class is a study of genetics and heredity.
Fee: $31.53
5BC2 5 Cr
9/23-12/30
5-7:30 p.m.
14 109
TW
Norton
AEROSPACE COMPOSITE
ACM 120
COMPOSITE FABRICATION
Learn manufacturing methods and processes
commonly utilized for the fabrication of
composite materials. Instruction includes
material choices, fabrication techniques,
material handling, and safety procedures.
Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $50.00
44K2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12 ACM 125
COMPOSITE ASSEMBLY
Identify and utilize appropriate materials
and processes to assemble structures made
of composite materials. Includes the lay-up,
vacuum bagging, and cure processing of wet
laminating techniques and preimpregnated
materials. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $50.00
44L2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12 ACM 130
4-8:15 p.m.
SHC114
DAILY
Conway
COMPOSITE REPAIR
Inspect, test, and repair composite structures.
This course explains how imperfections affect
composite properties and provides hands-on
training for the repair of defects. Additional
Fee: $50.00
44M2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12 ACM 145
4-8:15 p.m.
SHC114
DAILY
Conway
SPECIAL PROJECTS
Develops skills in print reading, project
planning, layout, distortion control, fixturing,
and other fabrication techniques. Students
will have the opportunity to apply knowledge
to projects of personal interest and/or as
assigned. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $50.00
44N2 3 Cr
4-8:15 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC114
DAILY
Conway
FITNESS & HEALTH
5B12 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/30
ADHS 021
SCIENCE I
TW
Norton
Fee: $31.53
Fee: $31.53
This class integrates various areas of science,
including biology, anatomy, chemistry, physics,
and earth science with an emphasis in complex
reasoning and critical thinking. This class is
designed around authentic performance with
students working in teams using knowledge
and reasoning to solve scientific problems.
5-7:30 p.m.
14 109
This is an intermediate exploration of personal
and global health issues, emphasizing cause,
effect, and possible remedy; additionally,
physical fitness activities are pursued.
Fee: $31.53
ADHS 015
SCIENCE II
This class is an introduction of art terminology
and methods, with an overview of artists’
methods and techniques. Fee: $31.53
ADHS 020
MTWTh
Hanby, Mike
MTWTh
Quincy, Denis
Fee: $31.53
This is an introductory course on US
government policy, procedures, and principles
ranging from personal to global in nature.
5B42 5 Cr
3-4:30 p.m.
9/23-12/30
4:30-6 p.m.
14 100
This class integrates various areas of science,
including biology, anatomy, chemistry, physics,
and earth science with an emphasis in complex
reasoning and critical thinking. This class is
designed around authentic performance with
students working in teams using knowledge
and reasoning to solve scientific problems.
ADHS 019
CURRENT WORLD PROBLEMS
5B32 5 Cr
4:30-6 p.m.
9/23-12/3014-100
This course focuses on Washington State
History and Government with additional
studies on the Pacific Northwest region as a
whole.
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
4-8:15 p.m.
SHC114
DAILY
Conway
AMT 104
BASIC MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS, AND
WEIGHT & BALANCE
Perform all of the mathematical computations
required in the Aviation Maintenance
Technician curriculum. Understand the
scientific principles that apply to the operation
of aircraft, engines and the equipment that
the aviation maintenance technician will be in
daily contact with. Develop a comprehensive
understanding of the importance of weight and
balance to aircraft safety, and make all of the
required calculations for weight and balance
checks, equipment changes, extreme loading
checks, and the addition of ballast.
Additional Fee: $73.75
44P2 5 Cr
4:15-8:15 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC115
AMT 119
DAILY
Mensonides
MATERIALS & PROCESSES
Learn about identification and selection
of non-destructive testing methods, dyepenetrant, eddy current, ultra-sound, and
magnetic particle inspections, as well as basic
heat-treated processes, aircraft hardware, and
materials. Inspect and check welds. Perform
precision measurements.
Additional Fee: $73.75
44Q2 5 Cr
4:15-8:15 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC119
DAILY
Mensonides
7
8
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ASL& 121
AMERICAN SIGN
LANGUAGE I
Informs students about deafness, deaf
culture, the deaf community, and American
Sign Language. Learn to communicate both
expressively and receptively in American Sign
Language in basic conversation situations.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS/SLEP
placement score or successful completion of
ENG 094.
0502 5 Cr
2:30-4:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
MW
Wilson
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING
DESIGN
ARC 121
DRAFTING & DESIGN
Overview of floor plans, line types, and line
weights, introduction to media, computeraided drafting, codes, basic design concepts,
and presentation drawings and techniques.
Lab hours arranged. Prerequisites: English
reading with comprehension, composition, and
basic verbal skills. Additional Fee: $33.75
6302 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
9:30-10:45 a.m.
MW
19 201
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
ARC 125
RESIDENTIAL DESIGN & DRAFTING
Overview of basic residential design
and specialized floor plans, exterior and
interior elevations. Lab hours arranged.
Prerequisites: ARC 123.
Additional Fee: $33.75
6322 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
ARC 142
8:30-9:30 a.m.
M
19 201
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
ARCHITECTURAL
REPORTING II
Includes investigation, research, diagrams, and
detail drawing preparation on basic framing
systems in house construction. Lab hours
arranged. Prerequisites: ARC 181 Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $35.00
6342 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
ARC 171
2-3 p.m.
19 203
T
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
DRAFTING TECHNOLOGIES I
Basic manual drafting skills, orthographics,
isometrics, and roof plans for basic design and
construction necessary for residential design
and printing completed drawings on industry
standard hardware. Lab hours arranged.
Prerequisites: English reading with
comprehension, composition, and basic verbal
skills. Additional Fee: $35.00
6362 5 Cr
9/23-10/30
9:30-10:45 a.m.
MW
19 203
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ARC 181
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD
Use Windows based AutoCAD applications to
produce basic design and production drawings
and details, and to save and print drawings on
industry standard hardware. Prerequisites:
English reading with comprehension,
composition, and basic verbal skills and basic
keyboarding skills, 30 wpm, or Instructor
permission. Additional Fee: $35.00
6382 5 Cr
11/04-12/12
ARC 191
1-2 p.m.
19 203
MTWTh
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
ENGINEERING MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Analysis of loading conditions and selection
of wood member sizes and materials for
house design. Material stress and strain are
computed. Prerequisites: ARC 125, MAT 99
or higher. Additional Fee: $33.75
6392 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
ARC 221
4-5 p.m.
19 203
TTh
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
ARC 223
SPECIAL DESIGN PROJECT
Complete Special Design Project as assigned by
the instructor to aid in Realistic Training. 231,
ARC 281. Additional Fee: $33.75
63F2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
19 203
ARC 231
ARRANGED
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
COST ESTIMATING I
Completion of a computerized, detailed
cost estimate for one-story house with site
development. Additional Fee: $24.25
63G2 3 Cr
9/26-12/12
ARC 237
2-3 p.m.
19 203
Th
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
ENERGY ANALYSIS
Covers using prescriptive performance for
compliance with current energy code. Lab
hours arranged. Prerequisites: ARC 223,
MAT 105. Additional Fee: $14.75
63H2 1 Cr
9/23-12/09
4-5 p.m.
19 201
M
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
DETAILING AND
LIGHT COMMERCIAL
Overview of specialized floor plan types,
framing, sections, detailing, and specifications
for light-framing and commercial buildings.
Prerequisites: ARC 125.
Additional Fee: $33.75
63A2 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
ARC 229
3-4 p.m.
19 203
M
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
DESIGN PROJECT I
ARC 253
EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH
Basic job-seeking skill activities, including
résumé preparation, employer contacts,
presentation activities, and employment
opportunities. Additional Fee: $35.00
63J2 2 Cr
9/25-12/11
4-5 p.m.
19 203
W
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
Project management and design of basic
architectural drafting project. Project
includes one-story house and placement on a
subdivision lot, conforming to regulatory codes,
hypothetical client needs, and established
schedules. Production of a complete set of
computer-drafted and engineered construction
drawings. Give effective oral reports of
progress. Prerequisites: ARC 173, ARC 181.
Additional Fee: $33.75
ARC 262
INTRODUCTION TO
THREE DIMENSIONAL MODELING
63B2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARC 281
ARC 225
1-2 p.m.
19 201
MTWTh
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
DESIGN PROJECT II
Project management and design of an
intermediate architectural drafting project.
Project conforms to regulatory codes,
hypothetical client needs, and established
schedules. Producing a complete set of
computer-drafted and engineered construction
drawings. Give effective oral reports of
progress. Prerequisites: ARC 223, ARC 281.
Additional Fee: $33.75
63C2 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
ARC 227
2-3 p.m.
19 203
M
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
SPECIAL INTERN PROJECT
Complete the written Work-Based Learning
Experience Plan. Prerequisites: Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $10.00
63D2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
TBD
ARRANGED
Lamb, Dean
Covers basic X, Y, and Z coordinate concepts
and three dimensional digital building massing.
Lab hours arranged. Prerequisites: ARC 181.
Additional Fee: $24.25
63K2 3 Cr
9/25-12/11
8:30-9:30 a.m.
W
19 203
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
INTERMEDIATE AUTOCAD
Use Windows based AutoCAD applications to
produce intermediate design and production
drawings and details, and saving and printing
drawings on industry standard hardware.
Prerequisites: ARC 181
Additional Fee: $33.75
63L2 5 Cr
9/25-12/11
2-3 p.m.
19 203
W
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
ARC 283
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
Covers utilization of Building Information
Modeling (BIM) software interface, modeling,
editing and annotation tools. Prerequisites:
ARC 262, 281. Additional Fee: $35.00
63P2 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
3-4 p.m.
19 203
TTh
Muir, Carrie [HYBRID]
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ARC 284
APPLIED AUTOCAD
Use Windows based AutoCAD applications
to a complete set of design and production
drawings and details for a design project, and
saving and printing drawings on industry
standard hardware. Lab hours arranged.
Prerequisites: ARC 281.
Additional Fee: $33.75
63M2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
19 203
ARC 293
ARRANGED
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
ENGINEERING STATICS
Beam loading, shear and moment diagrams,
analysis, calculations, and selection of
wood members for light framing. Material
stress is computed. Lab hours arranged.
Prerequisites: ARC 125, MAT 099 or higher.
Additional Fee: $33.75
63N2 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
9:30-10:45 a.m.
TTh
19 203
Lamb, Dean [HYBRID]
ARCHITECTURAL CAD
DRAFTING (I-BEST)
ARC 121
DRAFTING & DESIGN
Overview of floor plans, line types, and line
weights, introduction to media, computeraided drafting, codes, basic design concepts,
and presentation drawings and techniques.
Lab hours arranged. Prerequisites: English
reading with comprehension, composition, and
basic verbal skills. Additional Fee: $33.75
632A 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
ARC 142
9:30-10:45 a.m.
MW
19 201
Lamb, Dean [ENHANCED]
ARCHITECTURAL
REPORTING II
Includes investigation, research, diagrams, and
detail drawing preparation on basic framing
systems in house construction. Lab hours
arranged. Prerequisites: ARC 181 Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $35.00
632P 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
ARC 171
2-3 p.m.
19 203
T
Muir, Carrie [ENHANCED]
DRAFTING TECHNOLOGIES I
Basic manual drafting skills, orthographics,
isometrics, and roof plans for basic design and
construction necessary for residential design
and printing completed drawings on industry
standard hardware. Lab hours arranged.
Prerequisites: English reading with
comprehension, composition, and basic verbal
skills. Additional Fee: $35.00
632D 5 Cr
9/23-10/30
ARC 181
9:30-10:45 a.m.
MW
19 203
Lamb, Dean [ENHANCED]
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD
Use Windows based AutoCAD applications to
produce basic design and production drawings
and details, and to save and print drawings on
industry standard hardware. Prerequisites:
English reading with comprehension,
composition, and basic verbal skills and basic
keyboarding skills, 30 wpm, or instructor
permission. Additional Fee: $35.00
632N 5 Cr
11/04-12/12
1-2 p.m.
19 203
MTWTh
Muir, Carrie [ENHANCED]
ARC 253
EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH
Basic job-seeking skill activities, including
résumé preparation, employer contacts,
presentation activities, and employment
opportunities.Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $35.00
632Y 2 Cr
9/25-12/11
4-5 p.m.
19 203
W
Muir, Carrie [ENHANCED]
ARC 283
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
Covers utilization of Building Information
Modeling (BIM) software interface, modeling,
editing and annotation tools. Prerequisites:
ARC 262, 281. Additional Fee: $35.00
632B 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
3-4 p.m.
19 203
TTh
Muir, Carrie [ENHANCED]
ACT 120
ART APPRECIATION
Introduction to the diversity of the art world
from ancient civilizations to contemporary
society. A discussion of art terminology and
methods will be covered in an overview of
artists’ materials and techniques. Additional
Fee: $25.00
0501 5 Cr
9/26-12/04ONLINE
9644 5 Cr
04/01-06/19
ARRANGED
WAOL
AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION
TECHNICIAN
FUNDAMENTALS OF COLLISION REPAIR
Explore career safety, industry certifications,
vehicle construction, and an overview of the
career field. Additional Fee: $44.25
9604 3 Cr
04/01-06/19
ACT 106
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
ACT 110
CUTTING
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
WELDING, HEAT, AND
Covers the skills of welding, heating, and
cutting as it relates to the collision industry.
Additional Fee: $49.00
9624 4 Cr
04/01-06/19
ACT 115
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
PLASTIC/SMC REPAIR
Explore plastic, fiberglass, and SMC repairs
as they relate to the Collision Industry.
Additional Fee: $49.00
9634 4 Cr
04/01-06/19
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
Introduces basic body panel straightening
techniques. Additional Fee: $44.25
9654 3 Cr
04/01-06/19
ACT 145
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
COLLISION ESTIMATING
9664 5 Cr
04/01-06/19
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
ACT 151
REFINISH EQUIPMENT PREPARATION
Covers paint shop equipment and painting
fundamentals. Additional Fee: $58.50
9674 6 Cr
04/01-06/19
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
PRE-PRIME PREPARATION
Explores corrosion protections and vehicle
refinish preparation. Additional Fee: $53.75
9684 5 Cr
04/01-06/19
ACT 157
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
POST-PRIME PREPARATION
Explores final preparations, blocking, and final
sanding for application of topcoat. Additional
Fee: $53.75
9694 5 Cr
04/01-06/19
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
BODY SHOP EQUIPMENT
Covers operating hand tools, power tools, and
shop equipment. Explore air systems and their
design and function. Additional Fee: $44.25
9614 3 Cr
04/01-06/19
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
ACT 125
INTRODUCTION TO METAL STRAIGHTENING
ACT 156
ACT 102
GLASS, TRIM & HARDWARE
Covers the practical skills used to repair/
replace door locks and windows and to repair
water leaks on car and truck bodies, interior
parts, and door skin repair. Additional Fee:
$53.75
Covers collision damage estimating, reviewing
work orders, and acquiring work skills for job
success. Additional Fee: $53.75
ART
ART& 100
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
AUTOMOTIVE RESTORATION
AND CUSTOMIZATION
ARCF 103 FUNDAMENTALS OF SHOP EQUIPMENT
Covers shop safety, fundamentals of tool use,
and proper use of shop equipment. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $44.25
1702 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 109
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
WELDING & METAL SKILLS
Covers welding, heating, and cutting
techniques, using MIG and Oxyacetylene
equipment. Students will learn safe handling
and correct metal forming techniques of
sheet metal. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $49.00
1712 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
9
10
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
ARCF 114 BASIC REPAIRS AND ASSEMBLY
Covers basic repair and assembly procedures
for bolt-on body components. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $68.00
1722 8 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 119
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
CUSTOM FABRICATION
Explores basic customizing techniques used on
original factory parts, as well as fabrication of
custom parts. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $58.50
1732 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 124
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
REFINISHING EQUIPMENT
Explores refinishing equipment use and
maintenance. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $49.00
1742 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 129
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
REFINISH PREPARATION
Explores corrosion protection and vehicle
refinish preparation. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $63.25
1752 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
ARCF 130 ADVANCED PAINT APPLICATION
Covers application of advanced masking,
topcoat shading, and graphics on a restoration
or custom project. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $58.50
1762 Var
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
ARCF 133 FIBERGLASS/COMPOSITES TECHNIQUES
Further develop skills in customizing
techniques used on original factory parts, as
well as fabrication of custom parts. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $58.50
1772 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 134
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
CUSTOM REFINISHING
Covers top coat, clear coat, and custom
refinishing. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $58.50
1782 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 141
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
SURFACE IMPERFECTIONS/
SHOW AND SHINE
Covers paint application problem solving and
show detailing. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $49.00
1792 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ARCF 154
AUTOMOTIVE RESTORATION & CUSTOM LAB
Finish projects and competencies in restoration
and/or customizing. Nine credits in summer
quarter; variable credit, other three quarters.
Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $72.75
17A2 9 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 159
SHAPING
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
METAL STRENGTHENING AND
Metal straightening and shaping techniques
on a custom or restoration project. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $58.50
17B2 Var7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
03 301
ARCF 167
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
CUSTOM PAINT APPLICATION
Covers application of custom masking, topcoat
shading, and graphics. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $44.25
17C2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 168
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Richards
APPLIED METAL SKILLS
Covers application of previously acquired
metal skills as they relate to the student’s
project work. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $44.25
17D2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARCF 170
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 301
DAILY
Freeman, Kurt
CUSTOM REFINISHING - SPECIAL PROJECTS
Develop skills in advanced custom and/or
restoration techniques. Students will have the
opportunity to apply knowledge to projects
of personal interest, as assigned, and/or job
shadowing. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $58.50
17F2 Var7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
03 301
DAILY
Richards
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
AUT 120
AUTOMOTIVE BASICS
Provides information on basic shop safety,
hazardous material handling, industry trends
and opportunities, tools and fasteners.
Prerequisites: Must have required textbooks,
coveralls, and eye protection. Additional Fee:
$39.50
4602 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 701
DAILY
Offerdahl
AUT 144
FORD BASIC ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING
Diagnose and repair automotive electrical
systems and basic application of computerized
electronic control systems. Upon completion
of this course, the student will be familiar with
the terminology, basic theory, and diagnostics.
Students will complete Ford web-based and
hands-on exams. Must successfully complete
AUT 203, AUT 209 and must have required
tools, textbooks, and a valid driver’s license.
Additional Fee: $150.00
4612 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
AUT 147
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 507
DAILY
Brown, David
AUTOMOTIVE SUSPENSION AND STEERING
This module covers theory, diagnosis, and
repair of SLA suspension systems, strut
suspension systems, parallelogram steering
systems, rack and pinion steering systems, rear
suspension systems, and computer-controlled
suspension systems. Additional Fee: $58.50
4622 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 701
DAILY
Offerdahl
AUT 149
AUTOMOTIVE SUSPENSION STEERING & WHEEL
ALIGNMENT
Theory and troubleshooting of front suspension
systems, steering systems, rear suspension
systems, and computer controlled systems. Also
covers basic wheel alignment, including twoand four-wheel alignment. Prerequisites:
Must successfully complete AUT 147 and have
required tools and textbooks. Additional Fee:
$63.25
4632 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
AUT 156
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 701
DAILY
Offerdahl
AUTOMOTIVE SUSPENSION STEERING& WHEEL
ALIGN LAB
Repair automotive brakes, steering, and
suspension systems by applying knowledge
attained in required courses. This is a hands-on
class, utilizing live projects. Prerequisites:
Must successfully complete AUT 147, 149 and
have required tools and textbooks. Additional
Fee: $53.75
4642 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
AUT 203
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 701
DAILY
Offerdahl
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Diagnose and repair automotive electrical
systems and basic application of computerized
electronic control systems. Upon completion
of this course, the student will be familiar with
the terminology, basic theory, diagnostics,
removal, and installation procedures used on
automobiles and light trucks. Prerequisites:
Must have required tools and textbooks.
Additional Fee: $82.25
4652 11 Cr
9/24-1203 901
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Covington
DAILY
4662 11 Cr
9/24-1203 507
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Brown, David
DAILY
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
AUT 209
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
Diagnose and repair automotive electronic
systems and basic application of computerized
electronic control systems. Upon completion
of this course, the student will be familiar with
the terminology, basic theory, diagnostics,
removal, and installation procedures used on
automobiles and light trucks. Prerequisites:
Must successfully complete AUT 203 and must
have required tools and textbooks. Additional
Fee: $63.25
4672 7 Cr
9/24-1203 901
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Covington
DAILY
4682 7 Cr
9/24-1203 507
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Brown, David
DAILY
AUT 239
CLUTCHES & MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS
Provides student with the knowledge and skills
to competently repair automotive clutches
and manual transmissions/transaxles. Upon
completion of the course, the student will be
familiar with the terminology, basic theory,
diagnostics, maintenance, and repair of
automobile/light truck clutches and manual
transmissions/transaxles. Prerequisites:
Must have required tools and textbooks.
Additional Fee: $72.75
4692 9 Cr
9/23-12/12
AUT 243
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 601
DAILY
Bridges
AUTOMOTIVE AXLES, DRIVELINES, DIFFERENTIALS
& TRANSFER AXELS
Provides the student with the knowledge
and skills to competently repair automotive
axles, drivelines, differentials, and transfer
cases. Upon completion of the course, the
student will be familiar with the terminology,
basic theory, diagnostics, maintenance
and repair of automobile/light truck axles,
drivelines, differentials, and transfer cases.
Prerequisites: Must successfully complete
AUT 239 and have required tools and
textbooks. Additional Fee: $58.50
46A2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
AUT 246
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 601
DAILY
Bridges
MANUAL DRIVE TRAINS & AXLES LAB
This course is designed to teach the student
to competently repair drive train components
by applying knowledge attained in required
courses. This is a hands-on class, utilizing
live projects. Upon completion of this course,
the student will be familiar with diagnosis,
maintenance, and repair of automobile/light
truck manual drive trains. Prerequisites:
Must successfully complete courses AUT
239, 243 and must have required tools and
textbooks. Additional Fee: $49.00
46B2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 601
DAILY
Bridges
AUT 255
AIR-CONDITIONING, HEATING & VENTILATION
Theory, troubleshooting, and repair of
automotive air-conditioning systems, heating
systems, and ventilation systems. Also covers
recovery and recycling of both R-12 and R134A
refrigerants. Prerequisites: Must successfully
complete AUT 203, 209, and have required
tools and textbooks. Additional Fee: $58.50
46C2 6 Cr
9/26-12/15
7:30 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
03 901
DAILY
Covington
AVIATION MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN
AMT 104
BASIC MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS, AND WEIGHT
& BALANCE
Perform all of the mathematical computations
required in the Aviation Maintenance
Technician curriculum. Understand the
scientific principles that apply to the operation
of aircraft, engines and the equipment that
the aviation maintenance technician will be in
daily contact with. Develop a comprehensive
understanding of the importance of weight and
balance to aircraft safety, and make all of the
required calculations for weight and balance
checks, equipment changes, extreme loading
checks, and the addition of ballast. Additional
Fee: $73.75
4402 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
AMT 116
AMT 119
Generate and review FAA maintenance forms,
records, entries, Publications and Regulations,
including Airworthiness Directives, Mechanic
Privileges and Limitations.
Additional Fee: $69.00
4432 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
4442 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
MATERIALS & PROCESSES
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC116
DAILY
Doyon, Greg
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC117
DAILY
Potter, Mike
AMT 135
AIRCRAFT SHEET METAL STRUCTURES
Inspection and repair of all types of sheet
metal. Information regarding the fabrication,
construction, and repair of sheet metal aircraft
structures. Additional Fee: $69.00
AMT 136
DAILY
Doyon, Greg
DAILY
Doyon, Greg
Covers wood aircraft construction, repair,
and inspection. Students will select, apply,
inspect, test, and repair aircraft fabric and
fiberglass covering materials. Become familiar
with types of aircraft protective coatings, trim
applications, markings, finish problems, and
the inspection of finishes. Additional Fee:
$64.25
AIRCRAFT DRAWINGS, CLEANING & CORROSION CONTROL, GROUND
OPERATIONS & SERVICING,
& FLUID LINES & FITTINGS
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC116
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC116
AMT 131
WOOD STRUCTURES, COVERINGS, AND AIRCRAFT
FINISHES
4452 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
Learn about identification and selection
of non-destructive testing methods, dyepenetrant, eddy current, ultra-sound, and
magnetic particle inspections, as well as basic
heat-treated processes, aircraft hardware, and
materials. Inspect and check welds. Perform
precision measurements. Additional Fee:
$73.75
4422 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
AMT 127
MAINTENANCE FORMS & RECORDS, PUBLICATIONS &
MECHANICS, PRIVILEGES & LIMITATIONS
DAILY
Doyon, Greg
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC116
Sketch aircraft repairs and alterations and
understand information presented on typical
aircraft blueprints, graphs, and charts.
Recognize types of corrosion and know their
causes, identify and use the proper materials
and processes to remove corrosion byproducts,
treat corroded areas, and apply proper
protection. Gain a thorough understanding
of the importance of safe ground handling
procedures, aircraft movement and storage,
and identify aviation fuels. Identify fluid line
components, fabricate rigid and flexible fluid
lines, and properly install fluid lines on aircraft.
Additional Fee: $73.75
4412 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC117
DAILY
Potter, Mike
WELDING, POSITION & WARNING SYSTEMS
Principles regarding the fabrication,
construction, and repair of welded aircraft
structures. Principles of operation of speed
and configuration warning systems, electrical
brake controls, anti-skid systems, and landing
gear position indicating and warning systems.
Additional Fee: $64.25
4462 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC117
DAILY
Potter, Mike
AMT 137
AIRCRAFT NON-METALIC
STRUCTURES
Covers inspection and repair of all types of nonmetallic and composite structures, including
transparent plastic enclosures and interiors.
Additional Fee: $69.00
4472 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AMT 138
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC117
DAILY
Potter, Mike
AIRCRAFT INSPECTIONS
Lecture, demonstration, and practical
application are used to train the student in the
methods and techniques of all phases of aircraft
inspections, federal aviation regulations,
maintenance record entries, and disposition of
those records. Additional Fee: $69.00
4482 4 Cr
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC118
DAILY
Creech
11
12
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
AMT 139
ASSEMBLY & RIGGING
AMT 225
Covers basic information regarding the
assembly of aircraft, components, rigging
of all flight control surfaces, balancing and
inspection of flight controls, alignment of
aircraft structures, and jacking of aircraft.
Additional Fee: $69.00
4492 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AMT 208
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC117
DAILY
Potter, Mike
HELICOPTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
Covers history, operations, regulations,
publications, records, special use equipment,
and basic maintenance fundamentals, as they
relate to rotorcraft. Additional Fee: $50.00
44A2 4 Cr
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC118
AMT 210
DAILY
Creech
BASIC ROTOR SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
Covers history of rotorcraft and principles of
flight; types and function of rotor systems;
overhaul of rotor hub assemblies; installation
and static balancing of rotors; types and
function of anti-torque control systems;
inspection of rotor blades using manufacturer’s
data. Additional Fee: $69.00
44B2 4 Cr
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC118
AMT 212
DAILY
Creech
ADVANCED ROTOR SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
Covers vibration analysis; installation and
dynamic balancing of rotor systems; tracking of
helicopter rotor blades; principles of helicopter
autorotation and adjustment of autorotation
r.p.m. for power off operations. Additional
Fee: $69.00
44C2 4 Cr
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC118
AMT 215
DAILY
Creech
HELICOPTER SYSTEMS
Covers helicopter powerplants and controls;
fuel systems, turbine fuels, and fuel system
components; oil systems and types of oils;
mechanical drives, clutches, drive shafts,
freewheeling units, and transmissions; flight
controls, hydraulic, and instrument systems;
rotor r.p.m., engine out, and master caution
and warning systems; electrical systems, NiCad
batteries, and starter generators; fuselage
structures, and landing gear.
Additional Fee: $69.00
44D2 4 Cr
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC118
DAILY
Creech
AMT 224
POWERPLANT RECIPROCATING ENGINE
THEORY
Covers the history of aircraft engines, principles
of energy transformation, theory of operation,
engine requirements and configuration, and
overhaul of horizontally opposed engines.
Additional Fee: $78.50
44F2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC120
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAILY
Vick, Phillip
POWERPLANT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION
BIOL&241
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I
Powerplant maintenance and operation
consists of theory of operation, engine
requirements and configuration and
installation, troubleshooting and removal of
horizontally opposed engines.
Additional Fee: $78.50
Includes an in-depth study of cells and tissues.
The integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous
and sensory systems are discussed. Laboratory
component included. Prerequisites: BIOL&
175 or BIOL 118 with a grade of C or 2.0 or
better and CHEM& 110 with a grade of C or 2.0
or better. Additional Fee: $11.00
44G2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
0506 5 Cr
3-5:30 p.m.
9/23-12/12TBD
AMT 226
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC120
DAILY
Vick, Phillip
ENGINE FUEL SYSTEMS AND FIRE PROTECTION
Fuel systems and fire protection consists
of transformation of energy, chemistry of
combustion and thermal efficiency of fuel
air mixtures. Fire protection covers the
components and the operation of fire detection
and extinguishing equipment. Additional
Fee: $54.75
44H2 1 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC120
DAILY
Vick, Phillip
AMT 228
ENGINE FUEL METERING
SYSTEMS
Fuel metering consists of the principles of fuel
metering for float carbs, pressure carb, fuel
injection, and detonate injection, turbine fuel
controls, and electronic engine fuel controls.
Additional Fee: $73.75
44J2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHC120
DAILY
Vick, Phillip
BIOLOGY
BIOL&160
GENERAL BIOLOGY W/LAB
Provides an introduction to cellular biology
for students preparing for the health
professions. Major concepts include the
structure, reproduction, and metabolism
of cells; genetics; ecological perspectives;
and evolutionary biology. Prerequisites:
Successful completion of Eng 094.
Additional Fee: $36.00
0503 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
BIOL&175
8-10 a.m.
TBD
TTh
Noffke, Wendy [HYBRID]
HUMAN BIOLOGY W/LAB
An in-depth approach to body systems
emphasizing the relationship between
structure and functions. A laboratory course
appropriate for non-science majors or for
students beginning study in life sciences.
Prerequisites: Appropriate COMPASS/SLEP
placement score or instructor permission.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0504 5 Cr
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12TBD
0505 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
MW
Korpal
ARRANGED
Noffke, Wendy
0507 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
BIOL&242
MW
Korpal
3-5:30 p.m.
08 108
TTh
Sloggers
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II
Includes an in-depth study of immunology.
Cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory,
digestive/metabolism, excretory,
reproductive and endocrine systems are
discussed. Laboratory component included.
Prerequisites: A grade of C or 2.0 or better in
BIOL& 241. Additional Fee: $11.00
0508 5 Cr
3-5:30 p.m.
9/23-12/12TBD
TTh
Korpal
BIOL&260MICROBIOLOGY
Provides students with the content of diversity,
structure, and physiology of beneficial and
harmful microbes. Laboratory practice in
identification of microbial species through
culturing, staining, and biochemical testing.
Includes laboratory. Prerequisites: BIOL 175
or BIOL 118 with a grade of C or 2.0 or better
and CHEM& 110 with a grade of C or 2.0 or
better. Additional Fee: $36.00
0509 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Noffke, Wendy
0510 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Noffke, Wendy
CENTRAL SERVICE/STERILE
PROCESSING
MMN 103 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE
Covers overall program content, including
policies, procedures, philosophy, and terminal
objectives. The history and evolution of the
Central Service profession, human relations,
legal issues, and regulatory agencies affecting
the field are explored. Web enhanced.
Additional Fee: $25.00
8302 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
MMN 106
8-11 a.m.
21 146
MTh
Wagers, Jane [ENHANCED]
ANATOMY & PHSIOLOGY/
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Explore the overall makeup of the human body,
its systems and functions, related medical, and
surgical terminology. Surgical instrumentation
is introduced. Web enhanced. Prerequisite:
Completion of MMN 103.
Additional Fee: $25.00
8312 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
TW
21 146
Wagers, Jane [ENHANCED]
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
MMN 109 MICROBIOLOGY / INFECTION CONTROL
Examination of human pathogens in
microbiology. Students will learn about
infection control as it relates to the sterilization
process. Safety issues in the healthcare
environment are covered. Web enhanced.
Prerequisite: MMN 103, 106.
Additional Fee: $25.00
8322 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
TW
21 146
Wagers, Jane [ENHANCED]
MMN 124 SURGICAL INSTRUMENTATION
Students learn to identify basic and complex
surgical instruments. They will demonstrate
thorough knowledge of the manufacture, care,
and processing of surgical, endoscopic and
power instruments. In addition, students will
have an understanding of special protocols
required with loaner instruments. Web
Enhanced. Prerequisite: MMN 103, 106, 109.
Additional Fee: $25.00
8332 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
TW
21 146
Wagers, Jane [ENHANCED]
CHEMISTRY
CHEM&110 CHEMICAL CONCEPTS W/LAB
Applying the chemical principles to energy
usage, environmental impact, foods, drugs,
and consumer products are emphasized.
An introduction to chemistry intended for
non-science majors. The course looks at how
models of atoms, bonding and the structures
of materials provide an understanding of
common chemical properties and reactions.
Prerequisite: MAT 099 or higher or
appropriate COMPASS placement concurrently
with this course. Additional Fee: $25.00
0511 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
LAB
3-5 p.m. 0512 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
LAB
ARRANGED
Celleri
F
ARRANGED
Celleri
8-10 a.m. F
CHEM&121 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
Understanding the basics of inorganic
chemistry including quantitative
measurements, significant figures, atomic
structure, chemical bonding, chemical
equations, solutions, acid/base, and nuclear
chemistry. Lab included. Pre-requisite:
CHEM& 110 or High School Chemistry; corequisite: MAT 099 or higher or appropriate
COMPASS placement concurrently with this
course. Additional Fee: $45.00
0513 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
LAB
6-8 p.m. ARRANGED
Celleri
TH[HYBRID]
COLLEGE SUCCESS
COLL 101
FOUNDATION FOR
STUDENT SUCCESS
Provides students with skills to be successful
in college. Topics include study skills,
learning styles, communication skills, time
management, campus resources, test taking
strategies and diversity. This program is
required for certificate and degree seeking
students with COMPASS placement at or below
Math 82 and/or English 82 and is available
to any students that would benefit from the
course. Additional Fee: $25.00
This course requires attendance at the opening
session on September 17, 2013 from 8:30 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. in the Student Center in Building
23.
2P02 2 Cr
9/23-12/09
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
15 112
2P12 2 Cr
9/23-12/09
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
15 112
M
Holster [HYBRID]
2P22 2 Cr
9/23-12/09
2-3:30 p.m.
15 112
M
Songao [HYBRID]
2P32 2 Cr
9/24-12/12
7-7:50 a.m.
15 112
TTh
Van Beek [HYBRID]
2P42 2 Cr
9/24-12/12
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
17 230
TTh
Solbrack [HYBRID]
2P52 2 Cr
9/24-12/10
2-3:30 p.m.
15 112
T
Freeman [HYBRID]
2P62 2 Cr
9-10:30 a.m.
9/25-12/11TBD
M
Kelly [HYBRID]
W
Schwarder [HYBRID]
2P72 2 Cr
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
W
9/25-12/11TBD
Schwarder [HYBRID]
2P82 2 Cr
9/25-12/11
2-3:30 p.m.
15 112
2P92 2 Cr
9/26-12/12
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
15 112
2PA2 2 Cr
9/26-12/12
3-4:30 p.m.
15 112
2PB2 2 Cr
9/27-12/06
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
15 112
W
Freeman [HYBRID]
Th
Meyer [HYBRID]
Th
Hathaway [HYBRID]
F
Holster [HYBRID]
Use computers to develop touch control and
proper keyboarding techniques; introduction to
basic word processing functions.
ARRANGED
Westerberg
CAS 115
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING
Explore personal computer concepts from a
user’s perspective. In this introductory course,
learn computer terminology; run programs;
save, retrieve, and search for files; use help; and
perform computer maintenance. Develop basic
skills in word processing, Internet, email, and
PowerPoint.
2002 3 Cr
9/23-11/21
2-3 p.m.
19 122
WORD I
2012 3 Cr
9/23-11/21
3-4 p.m.
19 122
Learn what every successful office professional
needs to know­—how to create and edit
business documents using Word. We’ll show
you how to create tables, columns, web pages,
envelopes, and labels, and show how to track
and review changes and compares documents.
Prerequisite: Keyboarding and basic
computer experience preferred.
2032 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
CAS 125
DAILY
Wilson
DAILY
Wilson
ARRANGED
Westerberg
WORD II
Explore advanced word processing with
Microsoft Word. Perform mail merges; create
styles; use advanced graphics tools; create basic
forms with formulas; and utilize advanced
report functions including indexes. Create
macros and modify the Word environment.
Prerequisite: CAS 121 Additional Fee:
$375.00
2052 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
CAS 130
ARRANGED
Westerberg
EXCEL I
Create and analyze professionally-formatted
spreadsheets. Enter data, formulas, and
functions. Create charts and insert graphics.
Sort and filter lists. Prerequisite: Math 82
skills preferred.
2022 3 Cr
9/23-11/21
1-2 p.m.
19 122
2042 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
CAS 135
DAILY
Wilson
ARRANGED
Westerberg
EXCEL II
Use advanced spreadsheet features and
functions to analyze and project data. Learn
how to use what-if analysis tools such as
scenarios and solver. Create macros; validate
data; link worksheets/books; use pivot tables;
find errors; and share, merge, and protect
workbooks. Prerequisite: CAS 130.
CAS 141
KEYBOARDING
2072 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
CAS 121
2062 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
CAS 105
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
ARRANGED
Westerberg
POWERPOINT
Create professionally formatted presentations
that include animation and transitions. Insert
and format charts, graphics, diagrams, and
pictures. Save presentations for various
delivery options including web pages.
20A2 3 Cr
9/23-11/21
4-5 p.m.
19 122
CAS 145
PUBLISHER
DAILY
Wilson
Explore desktop publishing in this projectbased class. Create and edit flyers, newsletters,
brochures, logos, calendars, web pages, and
various business publications. Use mail merge
to create letters and labels. Use tools to edit
text, colors, graphic design objects, and logos.
Prepare files for commercial printing.
2082 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Westerberg
13
14
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
CAS 151
ACCESS I
Develop basic relational databases as you
create, edit, format, and print tables, queries,
forms, and reports. Copy records and import
tables from another Access database. Define
field properties and create relationships. Run,
sort, and filter queries. Use comparison and
logical operators, and perform calculations.
Explore the basics of creating a cohesive
database.
2092 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Westerberg
CAS 103 ONLINE LEARNING WITH
CANVAS
Prepares students for online class success at
CPTC and beyond. This pass/fail course is
designed to help students learn how to use and
navigate Canvas, the learning management
software used at CPTC for online, hybrid, and
web-enhanced courses. Prior computer skills
are helpful but not required.
20B2 3 Cr
3-5 p.m.
9/26–10/31
TTh
Holster [Hybrid]
COMPUTER INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
CIT 101
PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS
Introduction to programming concepts while
enforcing good programming style and logical
thinking along the way. Designed for students
with little or no programming language
experience, it begins with basic general
programming concepts and key concepts
of structure. Course then progresses to the
intricacies of decision-making, looping, array
manipulation, and methods. Additional Fee:
$48.75. [ENHANCED]
5472 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
CIT 116
11 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
16 116
MW
Abraham
.NET PROGRAMMING
Learn to program using .NET Framework
with focus on windows and console. Use
decision structures, loops, and arrays to solve
problems. Apply exception handling and data
validation to programs. Use the predefined
libraries in .NET Framework to solve problems.
Create methods and learn to pass and return
arguments. Create classes and use the classes as
objects in programming. Use databases to store
and retrieve the data from the applications.
Prerequisites: CIT 142, CIT 150. Additional
Fee: $48.75. [ENHANCED]
5412 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
11 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
16 208
MW
Ortiz, Joseph
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
CIT 118
WEB DESIGN PRINCIPLES
Explores how the web works and methods and
limitations of delivering content on the web.
Examines usability issues such as interface
design and structure, and how to accommodate
a wide variety of viewports, from smartphones
to cinema screen computer monitors. Students
will build a 4-page portfolio style website using
Notepad and PhotoShop, and post it to the live
Internet.
Additional Fee: $23.75
5422 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
CIT 120
9-10:50 a.m.
11 111E
TTh
Condon
WEB GRAPHICS
Use Photoshop to make your website
attractive and fast loading. Use Illustrator to
make logos and graphical elements for both
interface design and vector animations. Use
Flash for banner and sidebar advertisements.
Additional Fee: $23.75
5432 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
11 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
11 111E
5442 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
9-10:50 a.m.
11 111E
CIT 143
TTh
Condon
TTh
Webster, Mark
JAVA OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING II
Build your problem-solving skills with the
fundamental concepts and techniques of
Object-Oriented Java Programming in
analyzing, designing, and implementing
computer programs. Practice problem
solving methods and algorithm development
to analyze, design, implement, modify,
verify, and document computer programs
that solve real-world problems. Develop a
good conceptual understanding of data and
functional abstraction. Prerequisite: CIT 142.
Additional Fee: $48.75. [ENHANCED]
5452 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
9-10:50 a.m.
16 116
MW
Abraham
CIT 150
PRINCIPLES OF RELATIONAL DATABASES
Delve into the fundamental concepts,
terminologies, methodologies, and system
organizations of database management
systems. Develop the theoretical foundation
of understanding necessary to design,
implement, optimize, query, and maintain
a database system. Propose, design, and
develop a database using a Relational
Database Management System to reinforce the
theoretical concepts. Additional Fee: $48.75.
[ENHANCED]
5402 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
16 208
TTh
Ortiz, Joseph
CIT 205
OBJECT-ORIENTED ANALYSIS & DESIGN
Explore methodologies and technologies used
in analyzing, designing, and developing objectoriented software systems intended to solve
real-world problems. Build on the Systems
Development Life Cycle (SDLC) model initially
presented in the CIT 101 course to model
and design systems using tools such as CRC
cards, and the Unified Modeling Language
(or UML, which includes class, use case, and
sequence diagrams). Discuss the theoretical
and practical aspects of object orientation.
Prerequisite: CIT 143. Additional Fee:
$48.75. [ENHANCED]
54B2 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
16 116
TTh
Abraham
CIT 210
ADVANCED DATABASE PROGRAMMING
Advanced Database programming using a
commercial database management system.
Perform object creation, manipulation and
control using SQL. Write simple and complex
queries to solve problems using arithmetic
expressions, functions, logical operators,
aliases, etc. Perform different kinds of joins.
Create advanced objects like stored procedures
and triggers. Prerequisite: CIT 150.
Additional Fee: $48.75. [ENHANCED]
54C2 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
CIT 216
9-10:30 a.m.
16 208
TTh
Ortiz, Joseph
.NET PORTFOLIO
Develop a portfolio that uses the concepts
learned in .NET classes. Learn and use source
control to maintain code, working in teams,
and testing techniques. Apply latest web trends
in .NET framework to keep current with the
industry. Present this portfolio to an audience.
Prerequisite: CIT 214. Additional Fee:
$48.75. [ENHANCED]
5482 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
CIT 218
12:30-2 p.m.
16 208
TTh
Ortiz, Joseph
C++
Deals with learning programming using C++ as
the primary language with focus on problemsolving and introduction to object-oriented
concepts and terms. Prerequisite: CIT 143.
Additional Fee: $48.75. [ENHANCED]
5462 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
CIT 220
9-10:50 a.m.
16 116
TTh
Abraham
WEB DEVELOPMENT I
Introduction to PHP scripting, one of the most
popular development tools on the web. This
course demonstrates using this tool to create
dynamic web based applications. Provides
experience using sessions, cookies and web
forms to build easily maintainable, interactive
and e-commerce enabled sites. Prerequisite:
CIT 206 Additional Fee: $23.75
54A2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
9-10:50 a.m.
11 111E
MW
Dague, Bruce
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
CIT 250
USER INTERFACE DESIGN
Build a web interface structure that utilizes the
principles of responsive web design, and allows
the structure to automatically reformat itself
based on the size of the viewport (smartphone,
computer, iPad). Use a combination of HTML
5, CSS 3, CSS Media Queries and Jquery
working together to make a responsive website.
Additional Fee: $23.75
5492 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
CIT 299
12:30-2:30 p.m.
11 111E
TTh
Webster, Mark
INTERNSHIP
NSS 115
Liability and litigation can arise from many
situations, including misuse and abuse
of computer databases, bulletin boards,
email, web pages, electronic funds transfer
systems, and proprietary computer programs.
Recommended business practices for policies,
codes of conduct, and communications are
examined. Additional Fee: $69.00
4732 4 Cr
10/24-12/12
Earn college credit by applying learned
technical skills in professional work experiences
directly related to your studies in Computer
Information Technology. Prerequisite:
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $48.75. [ENHANCED]
NSS 120
54D2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
16 116
4742 5 Cr
9/23-10/30
ARRANGED
Abraham
COMPUTER NETWORKING
AND INFORMATIONS SYSTEMS
SECURITY
NSS 101
IT ESSENTIALS I
Introduces students to the knowledge and
skills necessary to competently install,
build, configure, upgrade, troubleshoot, and
repair PC compatible hardware, including
troubleshooting basic networks and Internet
connectivity. Additionally, this course will
cover the latest memory, bus, peripherals, and
wireless technologies. Additional Fee: $73.75
4702 5 Cr
9/23-10/18
NSS 105
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 107
MWF
Robinson
IT ESSENTIALS II
Introduces students to the knowledge and skills
necessary to competently use, install, configure,
upgrade, and troubleshoot current operating
systems technologies. Prerequisites: NSS
101 or equivalent knowledge and skills.
Additional Fee: $69.00
4712 4 Cr
10/21-11/15
NSS 110
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 107
MWF
Robinson
NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS I
Explore components of a local area network,
wide area network, peer-to-peer, and clientserver network environments. Introduces
students to UNIX operating systems and to the
network technologies they support, as well as
technical components and concepts of network
architectures, network protocols, and media
used in different network communications.
Topics include networking technologies, layers,
TCP/IP, networking practices, installation,
support, and troubleshooting. Additional
Fee: $69.00
4722 4 Cr
11/18-12/11
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 107
MWF
Robinson
LAW & ETHICS IN
THE WORKPLACE
8-11 a.m.
16 107
TTh
Robinson
MS DESKTOP SUPPORT I
NSS 125
MWF
Morris
MS DESKTOP SUPPORT II
NSS 130
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 207
MWF
Morris
SERVER FUNDAMENTALS
Server installation, configuration, upgrading,
maintenance, troubleshooting, and disaster
recovery in a vendor-neutral environment.
Topics include advanced hardware issues,
such as RAID, SCSI, and multiple CPUs, SANs,
server types, system bus architectures, disaster
recovery, upgrading, and security concepts.
Additional Fee: $69.00
4762 4 Cr
9/24-12/12
8-11 a.m.
16 207
TTh
Morris
NSS 135
IMPLEMENTING SYSTEM SECURITY
Capstone course of general security concepts,
communications security, infrastructure
security, basics of cryptography, and
organizational security. Includes access,
attacks, auditing, vulnerabilities, devices,
algorithms, protocols, disaster recover, and
documentation. Additional Fee: $69.00
4772 4 Cr
9/24-12/12
NSS 140
12-3 p.m.
16 111
TTh
Hollowell
INTRO TO DATA ANALYSIS
Introduces the use of software to perform
recovery of deleted or corrupted data.
Techniques will be used to demonstrate the
use of statistical analysis practices to predict or
show trends involving security issues of access,
crime, or loss prevention.
Additional Fee: $73.75
4782 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
12-3 p.m.
16 205
Introduces you to the development and skills
required to successfully administer an SQL
Server database. This course covers system
installation and configuration/architecting,
implementation and monitoring security
controls, configuring and managing network
communications, automating administrative
task, disaster prevention and recovery,
performance monitoring, optimizing and
ensuring high availability. Additional Fee:
$69.00
12-3 p.m.
16 107
TTh
Robinson
NSS 155
COMPUTER SECURITY CONCEPTS
Introduces the student to the knowledge, skills,
and tasks necessary to troubleshoot basic
problems computer users will face related
to configuring and maintaining applications
running on a desktop operating system in
an enterprise environment. Prerequisites:
NSS 120 or equivalent knowledge and skills.
Additional Fee: $69.00
4752 4 Cr
11/01-12/11
NSS 144
INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT SQL SERVER
ADMINISTRATION
4792 4 Cr
9/24-12/12
Introduces the student to the knowledge,
skills, and tasks necessary to troubleshoot
basic problems computer users will face
while running a desktop operating system.
Additional Fee: $73.75
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 207
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
TTh
Randall
Basic concepts of computer and information
systems security and a conceptual model
of a total security program comprised of
high technology, classical security practices,
and common sense. An overview of the
CISS program and its utility in today’s work
environment. Additional Fee: $69.00
47A2 4 Cr
9/24-12/12
NSS 160
12-3 p.m.
16 207
TTh
Morris
INTRODUCTION TO LINUX
Introduces the fundamentals of the Linux
operating system, concepts, architecture, and
administration. The student will practice these
basic concepts and approaches using LINUX.
Additional Fee: $73.75
47B2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
12-3 p.m.
16 111
MWF
Hollowell
NSS 163
INTRODUCTION TO VIRTULAIZATION
Introduces virtualization technologies
needed to advance in today’s technology
workplace. Provides an overview of
virtualization technology focusing on using
virtualization software in networked server
environments including building virtual
networks, implementing clusters, enhancing
performance and security, and using a Virtual
Machine Manager to centralize management
of multiple virtual servers. This class
includes opportunities for hands-on learning
experiences to build the skills necessary for
a successful career in a computer industry
increasingly focused on virtualization.
Additional Fee: $69.00
47C2 4 Cr
10/24-12/12
NSS 165
8-11 a.m.
16 111
TTh
Hollowell
CONTINGENCY PLANNING
Course consists of an introduction to Disaster
Recovery, and Contingency Planning from and
Information Technology (IT) aspect. It covers
Risk Assessment, Hazard Analysis, Business
Impact Analysis, Basic Plan Development,
Long-Range Contingency Planning, all of which
provide basic concepts and recommended
process for long-range contingency planning.
Additional Fee: $69.00
47D2 4 Cr
9/23-12/11
1-3 p.m.
16 205
MWF
Randall
15
16
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
NSS 180
INTERNSHIP I
Gain on-the-job practical field experience
combining classroom study with related
work experience under the supervision of
an employer. Includes scheduled seminars.
Additional Fee: $50.00
47F2 2 Cr
10/23-12/11
NSS 201
ARR
16 107
DAILY
Robinson
ADVANCED LINUX
Covers advanced fundamentals of the Linux
operating system. The operating system of the
Internet, servers and desktop computers. This
course is a hands-on, practical approach to the
advanced abilities and usage of Linux system
concepts, architecture, and administration.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of NSS
160. Additional Fee: $73.75
47G2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
NSS 211
8 a.m.-12 p.m.
16 111
MWF
Hollowell
SERVER ADMINISTRATION
Introduces knowledge, skills and tasks
necessary to deploy, support, and secure
windows server network operating systems in a
variety of stand-alone and enterprise network
environments. Provides extensive hands-on
training for Information Systems Security
professionals responsible for managing
accounts and resources, maintaining server
resources, monitoring server performance,
safeguarding data, and securing Windows
Server network operating system.
Additional Fee: $73.75
47H2 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
NSS 250
8-11 a.m.
16 109
MWF
Souza
INTERNSHIP II
This course provides practical field experience
in a security-related specialty area. Includes a
scheduled seminar. Additional Fee: $50.00
47J2 2 Cr
10/23-12/11
NSSB 215
ARR
16 107
DAILY
Robinson
COMPUTER FORENSICS
Basic practices and techniques used in
computer forensics. This course introduces
the chain of custody and determination of the
sequence of events when a misuse or crime is
suspected. Topics include: evidence collection
and analysis, interpretation of clues from mail
messages, news posting, and file signatures on
hard drives and other computer storage media.
Prerequisites: NSS 140. Additional Fee:
$69.00
47K2 4 Cr
11/12-12/12
NSSB 225
8 a.m.-12 p.m.
16 205
DAILY
Randall
COMMUNICATIONS
BEST PRACTICES
Introduces students to common techniques
used to commit communications fraud in
the workplace. Includes a review of the
history of fraud and common practices.
Additionally, counter-measures are reviewed
on how to protect the corporate network from
being exploited by communications fraud.
Additional Fee: $73.75
47L2 5 Cr
9/23-10/04
8 a.m.-12 p.m.
16 205
DAILY
Randall
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
NSSB 245
SCRIPTING
Scripting languages are often used for oneoff programming jobs and for prototyping.
Scripting is also used in some large generic
applications as a flexible way to configure and
secure generic software components to fit
specialist requirements. Today, a bewildering
variety of scripting languages offer a range of
powerful features. This class will illustrate some
practical applications of scripting and provide
an introduction to some of the most widelyused scripting languages.
Additional Fee: $73.75
47M2 5 Cr
10/07-11/08
NSSC 200
8 a.m.-12 p.m.
16 205
DAILY
Randall
CISCO NETWORKING I
The first of four courses in the Cisco
Networking Academy curriculum, which
teaches networking concepts by applying them
to a type of network students may encounter in
a home or small office.
Additional Fee: $75.00
47N2 5 Cr
9/23-10/18
NSSC 201
8-11 a.m.
16 209
MWF
Staff
CISCO NETWORKING II
The second of four courses in the Cisco
Networking Academy curriculum, which
teaches networking concepts by applying them
to a type of network students may encounter
on the job in a small-to-medium business or
ISP. Prerequisites: Successful completion of
NSSC 200. Additional Fee: $75.00
47P2 5 Cr
10/21-12/11
NSSC 203
8-11 a.m.
16 209
MWF
Staff
CISCO NETWORKING III
The third of four courses in the Cisco
Networking Academy curriculum, which
familiarizes students with the equipment,
applications, and protocols installed in
enterprise networks, with a focus on switching,
routing, IP addressing, WAN technologies,
and security. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of NSSC 201
Additional Fee: $75.00
47Q2 5 Cr
9/24-10/18
NSSC 205
8-11 a.m.
16 209
TThF
Staff
CISCO NETWORKING IV
The last of four courses in the Cisco Networking
Academy curriculum, which takes the student
through a variety of case studies and role
playing exercises, which include gathering
requirements, designing basic networks,
establishing proof-of-concept, and performing
project management. Prerequisites:
Successful completion of NSSC 203
Additional Fee: $75.00
47R2 5 Cr
10/22-12/12
8-11 a.m.
16 209
TThF
Staff
NSSC 207
CISCO LEARNING LAB I
Provides opportunities for students to
gain the knowledge, skills, and hands-on
experience needed to prepare for the Cisco
CCENT certification exam. Prerequisites:
Concurrently enrolled in NSSC 200 (Cisco
Networking I) & NSSC 201 (Cisco Networking
II). Additional Fee: $64.25
47S2 3 Cr
9/23-12/11
NSSC 210
12-3 p.m.
16 209
MWF
Staff
CISCO LEARNING LAB II
Provides opportunities for students to
gain the knowledge, skills, and hands-on
experience needed to prepare for the Cisco
CCNA certification exam. Prerequisites:
Concurrently enrolled in NSSC 203 (Cisco
Networking III) & NSSC 205 (Cisco Networking
IV). Additional Fee: $64.25
47T2 3 Cr
9/24-12/12
NSSD 257
12-3 p.m.
16 209
TThF
Staff
IMPLEMENTING
APPLICATION SERVICES
Introduces knowledge, skills, and tasks
necessary to deploy, support, and secure a
Windows applications infrastructure in a
variety of stand-alone and enterprise network
environments. Additional Fee: $78.50
47U2 6 Cr
9/23-10/30
12-3 p.m.
16 109
DAILY
Souza
NSSD 260 MAIL SERVER ADMINISTRATION
Introduces students to the knowledge and skills
of installing, configuring and troubleshooting
an Email Server Environment. Provides
hands-on training for Information Technology
(IT) professionals responsible for installing,
configuring, upgrading, maintaining, securing,
and troubleshooting for Email servers. Helps
prepares student for industry certification
exams. Prerequisites: NSS 211 or equivalent
knowledge and skills Additional Fee: $78.50
47V2 6 Cr
10/31-12/12
12-3 p.m.
16 109
DAILY
Souza
CONSTRUCTION
CONST105MEASUREMENT,
TOOLS & SAFETY
Introduction to residential and light
construction applications and trades. Explores
and applies safety standards to the use of
various hand and power tools associated with
the carpentry field. Additional Fee: $30.00
2232 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
CONST108 SITE LEVELING, PLANS, CODES & MATERIALS
Introduction to use and operation of a builder
level, including leveling and squaring a building
site. Covers building plans, codes, inspections,
and construction materials. Additional Fee:
$30.00
2242 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST112 FOOTINGS & FOUNDATIONS
Introduction to the methods of construction
footing and foundation forms, terminology and
inspections for the typical residential home.
Additional Fee: $30.00
2252 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST116 FLOOR FRAMING
Introduction to the construction procedures
and terminology used in framing a residential
wood floor. Additional Fee: $30.00
2262 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST120 WALL FRAMING,
SHEETING & CEILINGS
Introduction to wall framing construction
procedures and terminology, the application of
ceiling and/or two-story framing, inspections,
sheeting, and aligning.
Additional Fee: $30.00
2272 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST122 ROOF FRAMING
Introduction to roof framing and the use of a
framing square, including both truss roof and
stick-built residential roofs. Additional Fee:
$30.00
2282 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST126 ROOFING MATERIALS & INSTALLATION
Introduction to various roofing materials,
including proper installation techniques.
Additional Fee: $30.00
2292 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST130 STAIRWAY CONSTRUCTION
Introduction to basic stair construction,
including the application of building codes,
stairway arrangements, component, and layout.
Additional Fee: $30.00
22A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST134 EXTERIOR FINISH
Introduction to the installation of exterior
trim, siding, window and door installation, or
the equivalent, of typical residential homes.
Additional Fee: $30.00
22B2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST138 INTERIOR FINISH I
Introduction to interior wall and ceiling finish,
interior doors and hardware, cabinet and
counter top installation, interior trim, and
finish flooring. Additional Fee: $30.00
22C2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST142 INTERIOR FINISH II
Continuation of interior wall and ceiling finish,
interior doors and hardware, cabinet and
counter top installation, interior trim and finish
flooring. Additional Fee: $30.00
22D2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST146 DECK CONSTRUCTION
Introduction to outside deck construction,
including types, code requirements, and safety.
Additional Fee: $30.00
22F2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONST150 CARPENTRY TRADES
Introduction to trade regulations, other
building trades workers, industry and
standards organization, and entering the
carpentry trade. Additional Fee: $30.00
22G2 1 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
05 104
DAILY
May, Randy
CONSTRUCTION—
SUSTAINABLE BUILDING
SCIENCE
SBS 105
INTRODUCTION TO SUSTAINABILITY
A survey of economic, environmental, and
human health principles behind the different
approaches to sustainability in the workforce.
Additional Fee: $30.00
2202 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
SBS 110
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
05 100
DAILY
Smith, Daniel
GREEN BUILDING DESIGN
Overview of sustainable green building models,
with a focus on energy, indoor health, natural
resources, and other environmental impact.
Additional Fee: $30.00
2212 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
05 100
DAILY
Smith, Daniel
SBS 115
SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS IN CONSTRUCTION
Introduction to the construction materials used
in sustainable building design and their impact
on a structure’s initial and long term costs, as
well as considerations for the local environment
and economy. Additional Fee: $30.00
2222 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
05 100
DAILY
Smith, Daniel
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
CORE ALLIED HEALTH
CAH 102
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
Provides students with the basic techniques
of medical word building using basic word
elements. The class will be organized according
to specific body systems and will include key
terms and the introduction of anatomical,
physiological, and pathological terms.
Additional Fee: $23.75
3002 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8-8:50 a.m.
21 216
3012 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
3022 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
DAILY
Freyre, Marie
ARRANGED
Freyre, Marie
ARRANGED
Staff
CAH 103
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Provides an overview of law & ethics a student
should know to help provide competent,
compassionate care to patients. Additional
Fee: $23.75
3032 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
9-9:50 a.m.
21 216
3042 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
CAH 105
DAILY
Freyre, Marie
ARRANGED
Freyre, Marie
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Provides training in the uses of Microsoft
Windows and related programs. Students will
use computers to develop touch control and
proper keyboarding and 10-key techniques.
Additional Fee: $23.75
3052 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
10-10:50 a.m.
21 216
DAILY
Mandley, L
3062 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
11-11:50 a.m.
21 216
DAILY
Mandley, L
3072 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
3-5:30 p.m.
21 216
MW
Mandley, L
COSMETOLOGY
COSMO112 INFECTION CONTROL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
Acquire knowledge for successful and
responsible infection control, first aid, and
safety. Learn concepts of microbiology,
safe handling of tools, proper dispensing of
chemicals, and how to prevent the spread of
bacteria in a school or salon. Additional Fee:
$75.00
5302 3 Cr
9/23-9/26
3-9:30 p.m.
08 207
DAILY
Chiaro, Loree
5322 6 Cr
9/27-10/11
3-9:30 p.m.
08 207
DAILY
Chiaro, Loree
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18
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
COSMO116 GENERAL SCIENCE OF HAIR
Learn why professional hair services must
be based on an understanding of the growth,
structure and composition of hair. Gain skills
in evaluating various hair and scalp conditions.
Understand the purpose for draping and scalp
massage as a foundation for attentive client
care services. Additional Fee: $75.00
5332 5 Cr
9/27-10/10
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 207
5342 3 Cr
10/14-10/18
3-9:30 p.m.
08 207
DAILY
Maguire
DAILY
Chiaro, Loree
COSMO121 PRINCIPLES OF HAIR DESIGN
Learn design and art principles as guidelines
to assist you in achieving designs for the
client. Gain skills in the consultation portion
of hair design and practice good life skills and
professional behaviors for salon success and
effective communications. Additional Fee:
$75.00
5352 2 Cr
10/11-10/17
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 207
DAILY
Maguire
COSMO126 HAIR DESIGN
This hair styling course serves as a foundation
in the art of dressing and arranging hair to
create temporary changes to hair. Hair Design
covers wet styling, thermal styling, air forming,
and long hair design utilizing form and texture
combined with direction and movement to
create hairstyles. The practice of infection
control and safety practices required by salon
standards and state board regulations are
also presented. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of COSMO 111, COSMO 113,
COSMO 119, and COSMO 134. Additional
Fee: $75.00
5362 9 Cr
9/23-11/08
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 207
WThF
Ganyon
COSMO136 APPLICATIONS OF HAIRCUTTING AND
HAIRSTYLING
Introduces the techniques and tools of
haircutting and hairstyling. Students will
demonstrate proper use and care of all tools
and implement effective infection control
principles and practices. This course provides
foundational skills for good hair design.
Additional Fee: $75.00
5372 13 Cr
10/21-12/12
3-9:30 p.m.
08 207
5382 14 Cr
10/18-12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 207
DAILY
Chiaro, Loree
DAILY
Maguire
COSMO143 CHEMICAL TEXTURIZING
The three main concepts of chemical
texturizing: Permanent Waving, chemical
relaxing and curl reforming. Including
theory, tool usage and client consultation.
Infection control/safety as it relates to
chemical texturing. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of COSMO 166 and COSMO 247.
Additional Fee: $75.00
5392 5 Cr
9/23-11/06
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 205
53A2 5 Cr
9/23-11/05
3-9:30 p.m.
08 205
MW
Frederick
MT
Deleon
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
COSMO156 HAIR COLORING
Covers concepts of basic color theory,
identifying existing hair color, and changing
existing hair color. Students will study the law
of color, the color wheel, fields, tone, and levels
of hair color. Related topics include coloring
techniques, safe and sanitary application
of color, infection control, and techniques
to achieve desired results of hair coloring.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 111, COSMO 113, COSMO 119 and
COSMO 134. Additional Fee: $75.00
53B2 6 Cr
11-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 207
WThF
Ganyon
COSMO161 LAB CLINIC I
Hands-on learning experience in Clover Park
Technical College’s student clinic. The learner
will practice the skills of Design Decisions, Hair
Sculpting, and various hair styling techniques
on clients. All related safety and sanitation
measures will be followed. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of COSMO 111, COSMO
114, COSMO 119 and COSMO 134. Additional
Fee: $89.00
53C2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 CLIN1
MT
Ganyon
COSMO166 LAB CLINIC II
Hands-on learning experience in Clover Park
Technical College’s student clinic. The learner
will continue skills applied in Lab Clinic I
in addition to hair color and design skills.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 161 and COSMO 156.
Additional Fee: $89.00
53D2 7 Cr
9/23-12/09
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 CLIN
MWF
Klug, Denise
COSMO170 LAB CLINIC III
Hands-on learning experience in Clover Park
Technical College’s student clinic. The learner
will continue skills applied in Lab Clinic I and
II, in addition to advanced design services.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 166 and COSMO 224. Additional
Fee: $89.00
53F2 9 Cr
9/24-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 CLIN2
53G2 9 Cr
9/25-12/12
3-9:30 p.m.
08 CLIN2
TThF
Frederick
WThF
Deleon
COSMO179 STUDY OF NAILS
An introduction to the fundamental principles
of manicuring and nail care. Topics include
basic nail theory, nail disease and disorder,
and anatomy of the hands. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of COSMO 166.
Additional Fee: $75.00
53K2 3 Cr
11/12-11/26
3-9:30 p.m.
08 205
53J2 3 Cr
11-11/27
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 205
MT
Deleon
MW
Frederick
COSMO186 STUDY OF SKIN
An introduction to the principles of esthetics.
Topics include temporary hair removal,
basic skin care, skin diseases and disorders,
physiology and histology of the skin, and
waxing services. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of COSMO 166. Additional Fee:
$75.00
53L2 3 Cr
12/02-12/11
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 205
53M2 3 Cr
12/02-12/10
3-9:30 p.m.
08 205
MW
Frederick
MT
Deleon
COSMO224 ADVANCED HAIR COLORING
Covers the advanced skills and the many
techniques of the chemical and physical process
of hair coloring. Safety precautions, sanitation,
and first aid will be applied throughout the
course. Prerequisite: Successful completion
of COSMO 156 and COSMO 161. Additional
Fee: $75.00
53N2 10 Cr
9/24-11/21
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 208
TTh
Klug, Denise
COSMO228 CLOVER PARK PRACTICAL PREPARATION
Prepares the student to take the Washington
State practical skills exam. Topics of safety
and sanitation, hair design, hair sculpting,
chemical texturizing, hair coloring, skin care,
and nail care will be reviewed. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of COSMO 170.
Additional Fee: $75.00
53P2 3 Cr
9/23-12/02
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 CLIN4
53Q2 3 Cr
9/23-12/02
3-9:30 p.m.
08 CLIN4
M
Lind, Connie
M
Allen
COSMO230 LAB CLINIC IV
COSMO178 ARTIFICIAL HAIR
This course introduces different types of
artificial hair and their applications and
removal techniques. Infection control and
safety related to artificial hair services are also
covered. Prerequisite: Successful completion
of COSMO 161. Additional Fee: $75.00
53H2 2 Cr
11/26-12/03
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 208
TTh
Klug, Denise
Hands-on learning experience in Clover Park
Technical College’s student clinic. The learner
will continue skills applied in Lab Clinic 1, 2,
and 3, in addition to artificial hair services,
advanced hair sculpture and advanced chemical
texturizing techniques. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of COSMO 170.
Additional Fee: $89.00
53R2 9 Cr
10/02-12/06
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 CLIN4
53S2 9 Cr
10/02-12/06
3-9:30 p.m.
08 CLIN4
WThF
Lind, Connie
WThF
Allen
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
COSMO235 STATE BOARD
WRITTEN TEST REVIEW
COSMO250 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP II
Prepares the student to take the written
component of the Washington State skills
exam. Industry vocabulary, practices, and
procedures will be reviewed in the areas of
trichology, salon ecology, hair design, hair
sculpting, chemical texturizing and hair
coloring, skin, and nail care. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of COSMO 228.
Additional Fee: $75.00
53AJ 4 Cr
09/30-11/25
3-9:30 p.m.
08 205
53T2 4 Cr
10/01-11/26
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 205
M
Allen
T
Lind, Connie
COSMO243CAPSTONE
Independently demonstrate knowledge and
integration of cosmetology skills and concepts
gained through the program. In this course
students submit a cumulative portfolio that
demonstrates achievement of the program’s
student learning outcomes. Students may also
participate in work experience opportunities
that will round out their skills and prepare
them for employment. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of Quarters 1, 2, 3, 4 or
instructor approval. Additional Fee: $75.00
53U2 6 Cr
12/03-12/03
3-9:30 p.m.
08 CLIN4
53V2 6 Cr
12/03-12/03
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 CLIN4
T
Allen
T
Lind, Connie
COSMO247META
This course utilizes Pivot Point’s Design Forum
and additional concepts to present current
trends in hair design. Students will learn
step-by-step procedures for cutting, coloring,
and styling the hair to create specific looks.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 126, 156, 161.
Additional Fee: $75.00
53W2 1 Cr
12/02-12/10
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 208
TTh
Klug, Denise
COSMO248 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP I
Provides on-the-job experience for students
in the field of cosmetology. This is an optional
33-hour course for students desiring an
internship experience or who need additional
hours to meet the state licensing requirements.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 230. Additional Fee: $89.00
53X2 1 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARR
53Y2 1 Cr
9/23-12/12ARR
ARRANGED
Lind, Connie
ARRANGED
Allen
Provides on-the-job experience for students
in the field of cosmetology. This is an optional
66-hour course for students desiring an
internship experience or who need additional
hours to meet the state licensing requirements.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 230. Additional Fee: $89.00
53AA 2 Cr
9/23-12/12ARR
53Z2 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARR
ARRANGED
Allen
ARRANGED
Lind, Connie
COSMO252 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP III
Provides on-the-job experience for students
in the field of cosmetology. This is an optional
99-hour course for students desiring an
internship experience or who need additional
hours to meet the state licensing requirements.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 230. Additional Fee: $89.00
53AB 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARR
53AC 3 Cr
9/23-12/12ARR
ARRANGED
Lind, Connie
ARRANGED
Allen
COSMO254 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP IV
Provides on-the-job experience for students
in the field of cosmetology. This is an optional
132-hour course for students desiring an
internship experience or who need additional
hours to meet the state licensing requirements.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 230. Additional Fee: $89.00
53AD 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARR
53AF 4 Cr
9/23-12/12ARR
ARRANGED
Lind, Connie
ARRANGED
Allen
COSMO256 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP V
Provides on-the-job experience for students
in the field of cosmetology. This is an optional
160-hour course for students desiring an
internship experience or who need additional
hours to meet the state licensing requirements.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
COSMO 230. Additional Fee: $89.00
53AG 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARR
53AH 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ARR
ARRANGED
Lind, Connie
ARRANGED
Allen
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
CULINARY ARTS
CUL 104
SANITATION IN FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS
Presents the principles of food microbiology,
food borne illness and the standards that
are enforced by regulatory agencies. Applied
measures for the prevention of food borne
illness and other microbiological factors are
incorporated. National Restaurant Association
ServSafe Certification. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $100.00
3202 3 Cr
9/23-10/22/91
CUL 107
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
31 100
MT
Massey [HYBRID]
PROFESSIONAL COOKING I
Provides the student with a general
understanding of the professional kitchen.
Topics include kitchen safety, dishwasher
procedures, how to handle food in a safe
environment, selection and caring of knives,
understanding of how a professional kitchen
is organized and the rationale, cleaning, and
function of kitchen equipment. Students will
learn to cut foods in a variety of shapes as
well as recognize and use a variety of herbs
and spices. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $100.00
3212 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
CUL 109
7 a.m.-9AM
31 100
DAILY
Massey [HYBRID]
COOKING METHODS I
Introduces students to the experience of
preparing and cooking meals for restaurant
service. Students will be given assignments
and will rotate through restaurant stations
throughout the quarter. Students will learn dish
washing and basic food preparation, reading
and following standardized recipes, along
with deli operations and station organization.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $108.25
3222 7 Cr
9/25-12/12
CUL 111
9:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
31 100
WThF
Massey
FOOD PREPARATION I
Practice and apply the skills of a restaurant
cook. They will learn the importance of
organizing and planning their work stations as
well as preparing items needed prior to actual
cooking. Topics include fruit and vegetable
varieties, uses, and preparation. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee:
$100.00
3232 3 Cr
11/04-12/10
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
31 100
MT
Massey [HYBRID]
19
20
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
CUL 123
COOKING METHODS II
Introduces students to the experience of
preparing and cooking meals for restaurant
service. Students will be given assignments
and will rotate through restaurant stations
throughout the quarter. Students will be
expected to practice a high level of previously
learned competencies in knife skills, sanitation,
proper handling and storage of product, and
working under stringent time guidelines.
Prerequisite: CUL109 Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $108.25
3242 7 Cr
9/25-12/12
CUL 139
9:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
31 100
WThF
Massey
COOKING METHODS III
Introduces students to the experience of
preparing and cooking meals for restaurant
service. Students will be given assignments
and will rotate through restaurant stations
throughout the quarter. Students will be
expected to practice a high level of previously
learned competencies in knife skills, sanitation,
proper handling and storage of product, and
working under stringent time guidelines.
Prerequisite: CUL123 Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $100.00
3252 7 Cr
9/25-12/12
CUL 241
9:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
31 100
WThF
Massey
DENTAL ASSISTANT
DAS 103
Teaches individual-style desserts for the
student-run restaurant. This course will cover
technique in breads, puff pastry, cakes, and
tortes, basic decoration, and dessert sauces.
Prerequisite: CUL113 Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $89.25
T
Jolly
DAS 222
GENERAL STUDIES
This course will introduce the student to the
dental profession, ethics and jurisprudence,
dental terminology, diversity, and preparing for
patient care. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
7712 4 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
DAS 105
ARRANGED
Wirth
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
This course will introduce the student
to Microbiology, Disease Transmission,
Infection Prevention, Disinfection, Instrument
Processing, and Sterilization, Occupational
Health & Safety, and Ergonomics. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $25.00
7702 4 Cr
9/25-12/11
DAS 110
12-2 p.m.
W
14 102
Lewandowski [ENHANCED]
DENTAL SCIENCES I
This course will introduce the student to tooth
morphology, oral embryology, landmarks of
the face and oral cavity, and oral health and
nutrition to include dental caries, preventive
dentistry, and nutrition. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $25.00
7722 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
ADVANCED
RESTAURANT BAKING
3262 3 Cr
9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
9/26-12/1031
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAS 113
12-2 p.m.
14 102
TTh
Wirth [ENHANCED]
DENTAL ASSISTING SKILLS I
This course will introduce the student to basic
dental assisting skills to include moisture
control techniques, lab safety, alginate
impressions and study models, proper
technique for blood pressure and pulse,
and dental charting. Instructor permission
required.
7732 4 Cr
9/26-12/12
DAS 115
8-11 a.m.
14 102
T-Th
Wirth
FOUNDATIONS OF
CLINICAL DENTISTRY
This course will introduce the student to
assisting in a medical emergency and the dental
office and delivery of dental care. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $25.00
7742 2 Cr
9/24-12/10
DAS 118
2-3 p.m.
14 102
Th
Wirth [ENHANCED]
PRINCIPLES OF RADIOGRAPHY I
Introduces the student to the theory of
radiographic techniques including patient and
operator safety while exposing radiographs.
Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
7752 1 Cr
9/25-12/11
2-3 p.m.
14 102
W
Lewandowski [ENHANCED]
DENTAL SCIENCES II
Introduces the student to the science of
pharmacology, to include the recognition of
potential drug interactions and the subject
of anesthesia and pain control as it applies to
dentistry. This course introduces the student
to accommodations for the medically and
physically compromised patient in regards to
dental treatment. Prerequisite: Student must
successfully complete DAS 103, DAS 105, DAS
110, DAS 113, DAS 115, DAS 120, DAS 125, DAS
130, DAS 135, DAS 140, and completion of the
Infection Control component of the DANB
certification exam prior to continuing in the
Dental Assisting Program.
Additional Fee: $25.00
7762 2 Cr
9/24-12/12
DAS 224
10-11 a.m.
T
14 102
Lewandowski [ENHANCED]
DENTAL ASSISTING SKILLS III
This course will introduce the student to
general dentistry and matrix systems, advanced
dental cements, advanced study models,
advanced rubber dam, advanced charting,
nightguard and whitening tray construction,
culminating in the capstone chairside
assessment. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of DAS 103, DAS 105, DAS 110,
DAS 113, DAS 115, DAS 118, DAS 120, DAS 125,
DAS 130, DAS 135, DAS 140 and completion of
ICE. Additional Fee: $25.00
7782 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAS 226
12-3 p.m.
MTWTh
14 107
Lewandowski [ENHANCED]
DENTAL SPECIALTIES II
This course explores in depth the dental
specialties of fixed prosthodontics to
include impression materials and laboratory
techniques, removable prosthodontics and
dental implants, oral and maxillofacial surgery,
and pediatric dentistry. In addition, the student
will be introduced to the expanded function
of pit and fissure sealants, construction and
placement of provisional crowns and bridges,
polishing full and partial dentures, and
retraction cord placement. Prerequisite:
Student must successfully complete DAS 103,
DAS 105, DAS 110, DAS 113, DAS 115, DAS 120,
DAS 125, DAS 130, DAS 135, DAS 140, and
completion of the Infection Control component
of the DANB certification exam prior to
continuing in the Dental Assisting Program.
Additional Fee: $25.00
7772 8 Cr
9/25-12/11
DAS 228
9-11 a.m.
14 102
W
Wirth [ENHANCED]
CERTIFICATION REVIEW II
This course will prepare the student to take
their second Dental Assistant National Board
certification exam Radiation Health and Safety.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of DAS
103, DAS 105, DAS 110, DAS 113, DAS 115, DAS
118, DAS 120, DAS 125, DAS 130, DAS 135,
DAS 140, and completion of ICE. Additional
Fee: $237.00
7792 1 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Lewandowski
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAS 237
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I
Provides Dental Assistant students with the
opportunity to utilize the skills and information
acquired in DAS 103-228. Students will
spend 30 hours, three (3) hours a week
volunteering in an infection control assistant
capacity in a private office and/or dental clinic.
Prerequisite: Student must successfully
complete DAS 103 140 and completion of
the Infection Control certification prior to
continuing in the Dental Assisting Program.
Additional Fee: $39.00
77A2 1 Cr
ARRANGED
9/23-12/12
OFFCAMPLewandowski [ENHANCED]
DENTAL ADMINISTRATIVE
SPECIALIST
DBOA 103
DENTAL TERMINOLOGY
& PROCEDURES
Introduces information to correctly recognize
and identify various occupations within the
dental environment. Terminology necessary
to complete all other courses. Information
provided to accurately identify the names
and numbers of teeth in the primary and
permanent dentition. Students will complete
the Washington State Dental Association
(WSDA) HIV/AIDS Course Additional Fee:
$25.00
0402 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
DBOA 111
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
DENTAL CHARTING, SCHEDULING &
RECALL MANAGEMENT
Explores dental charting symbols and
treatment descriptions. Develop, decipher
and present a comprehensive treatment plan.
Covers the necessary information to accurately
develop a patient recall system, maintain
productive and effective patient scheduling.
Prerequisite or Corequisite: DBOA 103.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0412 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
DBOA 119
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
DENTAL DOCUMENTS AND INVENTORY SYSTEMS
Explores a wide variety of dental office forms
and development of manual and computerized
inventory and filing systems. Students will
have training and access 24 hours a day to the
Dentrix Dental Software to learn and practice
patient entry information. Organizational
skills are the primary emphasis of this course.
Prerequisite or Corequisite: DBOA 103.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0422 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
DBOA 120
DENTAL INSURANCE
Covers the process of accurately processing
dental insurance claim forms, making
financial arrangements, and collecting on
past-due accounts. Students will receive Health
Insurance Portability & Accountability Act
(HIPA A) training. Students will have training
and access 24 hours a day to the Dentrix
Dental Software to learn and practice the
Dental Insurance and financial office duties.
Prerequisite or Co-requisite: DBOA 103
Additional Fee: $25.00
0432 6 Cr
9/23-10/30
ONLINE
DBOA 121
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
FISCAL MANAGEMENT
Covers the financial management of a dental
office. Students will complete computerized
bookkeeping processes and make banking
arrangements as they apply to the dental office.
Students will have training and access 24 hours
a day to the Dentrix Dental Software to learn
and practice the Dental Insurance and financial
office duties. Prerequisite or Co-requisite:
DBOA 103. Additional Fee: $25.00
0442 6 Cr
10/28-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
DBOA 135 DENTRIX ADVANCED TRAINING
Provides expanded Dentrix software skills to
students with basic Dentrix Dental Software
training and/or experience. Students will
have training and access 24 hours a day to the
software to demonstrate setting up practice
defaults in the Office Manager module, manage
electronic charting in the Dentrix Dental
Software, pursue Dental Insurance claims
processing and payment posting processes in
the Dentrix software, and explore & generate
Management Reports Prerequisite: DBOA
111 and / or industry experience with the
Dentrix Dental Software. Additional Fee:
$25.00
0452 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
DBOA 138 WORK-BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Provides the Dental Administrative Specialist
student the opportunity to utilize the skills and
information acquired in the previous courses
and to participate in all aspects of training in
the dental business office. Emphasis is placed
on performance of duties and utilization of
skills to the satisfaction of the Work Station
Supervisor who will complete the student
evaluation at the end of the 300 hours of work
based experience. Prerequisite: Completion
of DBOA 103, 111, 119, 120, 121, 127, 128 ACTG:
110, ACTG: 141, and 4 cr in elective computer
skills courses. Additional Fee: $14.00
0462 10 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Hunter, Fran
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
ECE 134
ISSUES AND TRENDS GREEN
Research issues and current trends in the ECE
field in relation to sustainable “green” practices.
Students will explore how to implement
researched practices in their current work in
the field with children, families and peers.
Additional Fee: $6.00
41N2 2 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECE 141
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
ECE CURRICULUM: MATH
Explore the different aspects of early childhood
curriculum in mathematics. Additional Fee:
$25.00
4132 2 Cr
10/17-12/12ONLINE
ECE 190
ARRANGED
Kaasa
PRACTICUM 4: GREEN
Provides the student with the opportunity for
practical field experience with a sustainable
practices or “green” specialization. Includes a
seminar component. Additional Fee: $23.00
41J2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECE 194
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
PRACTICUM 4:
THE EMOTIONALLY
INTELLIGENT CHILD
Provides the student with the opportunity for
practical field experience with an “emotional
intelligence” specialization. Includes a seminar
component. Additional Fee: $23.00
41K2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECE 198
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
PRACTICUM 4:
WORKING WITH FAMILIES
Provides the student with the opportunity for
practical field experience with a “working with
families” specialization. Includes a seminar
component. Additional Fee: $23.00
41L2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECE 290
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
PORTFOLIO ADVENTURE
Provides the student with the opportunity
to compile their Early Care and Education
degree portfolio. The portfolio adventure is an
opportunity for the student to establish selfmarketing goals in the field as well as produce
an end product which reflects the student’s
best practice, passion, and experience to date
in the program and field. Students will receive
instructor guidance and feedback as well as
participate in the ECE Portfolio Review process
prior to graduation. Additional Fee: $6.00
41P2 2 Cr
10/03-12/12
4-5 p.m.
10 111
Th
Colombini-Hyke
21
22
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
ECS 102
BASIC CHILD CARE TRAINING (STARS)
The elements and criteria to satisfy the
required 20 hour basic training for child care
providers required by the State of Washington.
Curriculum is based on the STARS core
competencies. Additional Fee: $6.00
4102 2 Cr
09/30-11/25
6-9 p.m.
10 120
4112 2 Cr
10/31-12/12ONLINE
ECS 110
M
Holland-O’Hern
ARRANGED
Havens
COMPUTER ESSENTIALS FOR THE ECE PROFESSIONAL
Covers the essential computer tools and
techniques necessary for the ECE professional.
Designing forms, parent newsletters, flyers,
brochures and other materials needed for the
smooth running of the child care center. Text
required. Additional Fee: $31.00
4142 4 Cr
9/26-12/05
6-9:40 p.m.
10 122
Th
Johnson
ECS 146
CHILD DEVELOPMENT - INFANT/TODDLER
Covers development levels in children - birth
to three years of age. Topics include diversity
and the importance of play. Text required.
Additional Fee: $6.00
4152 2 Cr
10/02-11/20
ECS 182
6-9 p.m.
10 120
W
Beisley
ECE PRACTICUM II
Provides the student with practical field
experience. Students will work at community
Child Care Centers or the campus Child
Development Center allowing them to apply
classroom study to the on-the-job situations.
Includes a scheduled seminar. Text required.
Additional Fee: $29.00
4162 5 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECS 202
4-5 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Covers developmentally appropriate activities
for preschoolers. This is a hands-on class that
will provide a chance for making and sharing
samples. Additional Fee: $6.00
4122 2 Cr
10/01-11/19
ECS 217
6-9 p.m.
10 120
T
Lockhart
PRACTICUM IV INFANTS
AND TODDLERS
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ECS 235
ISSUES AND TRENDS
Research that covers some of the current issues
and trends in the ECE field. Additional Fee:
$6.00
41M2 2 Cr
09/30-12/09
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
ECS 264
PARTNERSHIPS WITH FAMILIES
Develop effective staff-parent involvement
through exploration of various methods
of communication and program activities.
Additional Fee: $9.00
4192 3 Cr
10/02-12/11
ECS 266
6-9:15 p.m.
10 111
W
Edmondson
LEADERSHIP IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Designed for leaders in the early childhood
field. Essential skills for effective leadership
will be covered: creating a shared vision,
team building, managing change, personal
development, communication, conflict
management, staff development, and
empowerment strategies. Additional Fee:
$12.00
41A2 4 Cr
9/26-12/05
ECS 270
5:30-9:30 p.m.
10 111
Th
Chase-Deitrich
INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD MANAGEMENT
Covers the historical development of child care,
responsibilities of child care staff positions,
administrative policies, and organizational
structures in the business. Additional Fee:
$9.00
4182 3 Cr
10/01-12/10
ECS 284
6-9:15 p.m.
10 111
T
McClintock
GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN
Presents factors that influence behaviors
and relationships. Included will be guidance
techniques and emotional-social development
of young children, birth through school age.
Text required. Additional Fee: $9.00
4172 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECS 286
6:15-9:30 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
PRACTICUM IV - LEADERSHIP
Provides the opportunity for a practical field
experience with a leadership specialization.
Includes a seminar component. Text required.
Additional Fee: $23.00
Provides the student with the opportunity for
practical field experience with specialization in
infants and toddlers. Additional Fee: $23.00
41D2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
41B2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECS 287
PRACTICUM IV - CHILD DEVELOPMENT
ECS 230
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
PRACTICUM IV SCHOOL AGE
Provides the student with the opportunity
for practical field experience with school age
specialization. Additional Fee: $23.00
41C2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
Provides the opportunity for a practical
field experience with a Child Development
specialization. Includes a seminar component.
Text required. Additional Fee: $23.00
41F2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
ECS 288
PRACTICUM IV - FAMILY CHILDCARE PROFESSIONAL
Provides the opportunity for a practical
field experience with a Family Childcare
specialization. Includes a seminar component.
Text required. Additional Fee: $23.00
41G2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09
ECS 297
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
ECE PRACTICUM IV:
SPECIAL NEEDS
Provides the opportunity for a practical field
experience with special needs specialization.
Includes a seminar component. Additional
Fee: $23.00
41H2 3 Cr
09/30-12/09/01
5-6 p.m.
10 111
M
Colombini-Hyke
ELECTRICIAN LOW VOLTAGE
FIRE/SECURITY
EFS 105
AC/DC: BASIC THEORY, FRACTIONS & OHMS LAW
Introduces the student to basic theory of
electricity, electrical measurements of circuits,
fractions, ohm’s law, decimals, and decimal
fractions. Formulas in electrical work, positive
and negative numbers, exponents, powers of
ten, and solving ohm’s law formulas. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
5802 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
EFS 106
AC/DC ELECTRICITY: SERIES, PARALLEL & COMBINATION
CIRCUITS
Introduces the student to voltage, current,
and resistance in a series circuit, total values,
and control of current in a series circuit.
Introduction to Parallel circuits, current and
resistance, and voltage in a Parallel circuit.
Prerequisites: EFS 105, or Instructor’s
permission. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $20.00
5812 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 107
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
AC/DC: ELECTRICITY: ELECTRICAL POWER
& POWER APP
Introduces the student to electric power in
electric circuits, solving the power formula
for current and voltage. Algebra for complex
electric circuits. Resistance of wire of
different sizes and length, sizing wire for a
given load. Instantaneous values, maximum
values, and phase angles of an AC sine wave.
Prerequisites: EFS 106, or Instructor’s
permission. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $20.00
5822 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
EFS 108
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE PRINT READING
Introduces the student to practical print
reading as it applies to the National Electrical
Code. Prerequisites: EFS 105, EFS 106, and
EFS 107, or Instructor’s permission. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
5832 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 109
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
NATIONAL ALARM INSTALLER TRAINING PROGRAM
Introduces the student to basic alarm by
completing the comprehensive lessons, viewing
video, and completing lesson tests. With
final test, the student will have a thorough
exposure to alarm systems. Prerequisites:
EFS 105, EFS 106, and EFS 107, or Instructor’s
permission. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $20.00
5842 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 110
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
CCTV APPLICATION & DESIGN
Introduces the student to basics of CCTV
system design and applications. Through
individual lessons, the student will be exposed
to the basics of CCTV system design and
applications. Prerequisites: EFS 105, EFS
106, and EFS 107, or Instructor’s permission.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $20.00
5852 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 118
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
NATIONAL FIRE CODES
Introduces the student to National Electrical
Codes. Through individual tests, the student
will be able to research applicable electrical
codes. Prerequisites: EFS 108, EFS 109, and
EFS 110, or Instructor’s permission. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
5862 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 119
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
AC/DC ELECTRICITY
Introduces the National Fire Codes. Through
individual tests, the student will be able to
research applicable fire codes. Prerequisites:
EFS 108, EFS 109, and EFS 110, or Instructor’s
permission. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $20.00
5872 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
EFS 121
CCTV FIELD SERVICE & INSTALLATION
Introduces the student to basic system service
and installation of CCTV systems. Through
individual lessons, the student will be exposed
to the basics of CCTV field service and
installation. Prerequisites: EFS 108, EFS
109, and EFS 110, or Instructor’s permission.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $20.00
5882 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
EFS 124
WASHINGTON ADMINISTRATIVE CODES
Introduces the student to the Washington
administrative code pertaining to industrial
safety and the administrative code pertaining
to electrical installations in the state of
Washington. Prerequisites: EFS 108, EFS
109, and EFS 110, or Instructor’s permission.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $20.00
5892 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
EFS 207
ADDRESSABLE FIRE SLC SYSTEMS/DESIGN
Introduces Addressable and Intelligent Fire
Alarm Systems using SLC Circuits (Signaling
Line Circuits). Includes comprehensive lessons,
lecture, and hands-on practical application and
design. Prerequisites: Successful completion
of the 78-Credit Hour Electrician Low
Voltage Fire/Security Certificate Program, or
Instructor’s permission. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $20.00
58A2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 211
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
BIOMETRICS ACCESS
Introduces Biometrics Access Control. Various
biometrics systems are explored, as well as
computer programmed access control systems.
Includes comprehensive lessons, lecture,
as well as hands-on practical application,
installation, and design. Prerequisites: EFS
207 or Instructor’s permission. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
58B2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 216
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
ADVANCED VOICE EVACUATION FIRES SYSTEMS
Introduces Advanced Voice Evacuation
Fire Alarm Systems as used in high rise
applications. Includes comprehensive lessons,
lecture, and hands-on practical application,
installation, and design. Prerequisites:
EFS-211 or Instructor’s permission. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
58C2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
EFS 221
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
FIRE CODES, NICET, NFPA
Introduces Fire Codes, AHJ (Authority Having
Jurisdiction), NICET (National Institute for
Certification of Engineering Technologies), and
NFPA (National Fire Protection Association).
Includes comprehensive lessons, lecture,
as well as hands-on practical application,
installation, and design. Prerequisites:
EFS-216 or Instructor’s permission. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
58D2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
EFS 226
HIGH SECURITY
STRUCTURED CABLING
Introduces High Security Structured Cabling
in residential and commercial applications.
Explores cabling as a total package. Includes
most applications of security and low voltage
needs. Includes comprehensive lessons, lecture,
as well as hands-on practical application,
installation, and design. Prerequisites:
EFS-221 or Instructor’s permission. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $20.00
58F2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
EFS 231
CCTV DIGITAL NETWORK SOLUTIONS
Introduces CCTV (Closed Circuit Television)
Digital Network Solutions. Explores
applications that require the camera to be
recorded and viewed digitally and or remotely
via various networks. Includes comprehensive
lessons, lecture, as well as hands-on practical
application, installation, and design.
Prerequisites: EFS-226, or Instructor’s
permission. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $20.00
58G 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
16 202
DAILY
Gordon, James
ENGLISH
ENG 079
READING & WRITING PREPARATION
Remedial reading and writing. Focus on clear
sentences, vocabulary, and study skills. High
school diploma or GED. Compass score 82.
5W01 5 Cr
3-3:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Morford
ENG 082
BASIC READING AND WRITING
Introduces and develops basic reading and
writing skills. Focus in on writing proper
sentences and sound paragraphs which express
a main idea clearly and fully with a minimum
of errors in sentence structure, punctuation
and spelling. Coursework emphasizes writing
from observation as well as writing in response
to reading. Helps refine comprehension and
increase vocabulary for college level reading
requirements. Prerequisite: Appropriate
COMPASS/SLEP placement scores.
Additional Fee: $25.00
5W02 5 Cr
8-8:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Mollas [ENHANCED]
5W03 5 Cr
10-10:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Gove
5W05 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Gove
5W06 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Irwin
23
24
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
ENG 094
ADVANCED READING
AND WRITING
5W07 5 Cr
8-8:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Avery [ENHANCED]
11-11:50 a.m.
5W08 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Avery [ENHANCED]
5W09 5 Cr
1:15-3:35 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC114
MW
Heath
2-2:50 p.m.
5W10 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Gove
5W11 5 Cr
3-3:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Martindale [HYBRID]
5W13 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ENG 104
ARRANGED
Staff [HYBRID]
ARRANGED
Staff
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Review structure, content, and usage as applied
to Business correspondence. Emphasis will
be placed on writing clear, effective written
communication, including memoranda,
email, letters, résumés, and feasibility reports.
Students will compile a portfolio. Researching
and documenting data using electronic
databases and the Internet will be required.
Prerequisite: COMPASS Writing score of at
least 63; or equivalent SLEP score or successful
completion of ENG 094.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0528 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
ENGL&101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
Enhances writing ability with emphasis on
organization, unity, coherence, and adequate
development of short essays. Introduction
to various types of paragraphs and essays
and review of the rules and conventions of
standard written English. Both paper and
electronic communication tools will be used.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS/ SLEP
placement score or successful completion of
ENG 082. Additional Fee: $25.00
5W12 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ARRANGED
Lawrence
Emphasizes writing as a process to support
critical thinking. Focus on unified, coherent
essays that support a strong thesis. Use
secondary MLA/APA documentation styles.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS
placement score or successful completion of
ENG 094. Additional Fee: $25.00
ENV 152
0519 5 Cr
9-9:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Irwin
0520 5 Cr
8-8:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Irwin
10-10:50 a.m.
0521 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Avery [ENHANCED]
0522 5 Cr
11-11:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Morford
MAPPING & SURVEYING
Provides students with a wide variety of
mapping skills necessary for many phases of
environmentally-related investigations. This
will be accomplished utilizing guided hands-on
training with a wide variety of map resources
and texts. Additional Fee: $34.50
4502 2 Cr
9/23-12/11
ENV 153
12-1:50 p.m.
MTW
16 102
Smith Kathy [ENHANCED]
ENVIRONMENTAL
SAMPLING METHODS
0523 5 Cr
1-1:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Martindale [ENHANCED]
Basic principles of environmental sampling of
both water and soil will be covered. Students
will practice sampling techniques and learn
procedural requirements for defensible
sampling methods. Additional Fee: $34.50
0524 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Martindale [ENHANCED]
4512 2 Cr
9/23-12/11
0525 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Avery
0526 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Gove, Sally
0527 5 Cr
9/26-12/04ONLINE
ARRANGED
WAOL
CMST&220 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL SPEAKING
An open course library class; inexpensive
course materials. Assists students in developing
real world oral communication skills. Capture
the dynamics of today’s business realities and
see the benefits of effective communication.
Selection of topics, library research, analysis,
oral style, use of visual aids, and preparation
and delivery of various types of speeches and
oral presentations are included. The Internet,
email, community interaction, and other
practical tools support student learning and
increase public speaking skills. Emphasis
is placed in principles of cultural diversity.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS/SLEP
placement score or successful completion of
ENG 094.
0515 5 Cr
7:30-9:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
MW
Staff
0516 5 Cr
7:30-9:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
TTh
Staff
0517 5 Cr
2-4:20 p.m.
9/23-12/12
MW
Staff
0518 5 Cr
2-4:20 p.m.
9/23-12/12
TTh
Staff
12-1:50 p.m.
MTW
16 102
Smith Kathy [ENHANCED]
ENV 157
ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT
Includes studying potential liability associated
with property transfers. Students learn
and implement historical research, site
investigation, liability assessment, and
regulatory assessment.
Additional Fee: $25.00
4522 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ENV 161
ARRANGED
Smith Kathy
ENVIRONMENTAL LAW I
Provides an overview of the American legal
system and how the branches of government
work together to create and enforce laws.
Focuses on environmental legislation and case
law. Additional Fee: $48.75
4532 5 Cr
9/23-12/11
ENV 230
9 a.m.-11:20 a.m.
MW
16 102
Smith Kathy [ENHANCED]
RURAL TECHNOLOGIES
Explore potential job areas in which the
student might seek employment. The rural
aspect examines agriculture, forestry, fish, and
wildlife. Prerequisite: Successful completion
of all ENV 100-level courses, except ENV 134.
Additional Fee: $44.00 [WEB ENHANCED]
4552 4 Cr
9/26-12/12
ENV 240
9-2 p.m.
16 104
Th
Fritz, Andrew
INTERNSHIP
All students finishing the program are required
to complete an internship. This is a temporary
full-time position in the public or private
sector where the student gains confidence and
experience in a chosen area of employment.
Students experience on-the-job opportunities
as well as making a skilled contribution to
the internship provider. Opportunities to find
internships are provided, but the student is in
charge of finding his or her own internship.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of 4th
quarter courses, or Instructor permission.
4562 10 Cr
9/23-12/12
16 102
ARRANGED
Fritz, Andrew
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
ENV 246
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CAPSTONE
This course accompanies ENV 240 Internship.
The Capstone Project integrates the CPTC Core
Abilities with the Internship and identification
of how the Core Abilities apply in the
workforce. Additional Fee: $25.00
4572 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ENV 248
ARRANGED
Smith Kathy
HYDROLOGY
Provides the basic principles of applied surface
water hydrology, ground water hydrology,
and water quality. Emphasis is placed on
a watershed-based approach that utilizes
water quality standards to regulate surface
water quality. The concepts and principles of
biologically-based water quality standards are
also introduced. The occurrence, movement,
and quality of water beneath the earth’s surface,
aquifers, well testing methods, and sampling
techniques are also covered. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of all ENV 100-level
courses, except ENV 134. Additional Fee:
$58.50 [WEB ENHANCED]
45A2 6 Cr
9/23-12/11
ENV 250
10-11:30 a.m.
16 104
MWF
Fritz, Andrew
INTRODUCTION TO AIR POLLUTION & NOISE
Provides a basic knowledge of the sources,
mechanisms, and health effects of noise and
atmospheric air pollution, and its interaction
with the weather and other climatological
conditions. Methods of regulatory-required air
monitoring, sampling, and data interpretation
will also be introduced. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of all ENV 100-level
courses, except ENV 134. Additional Fee:
$39.25 [HYBRID]
4592 3 Cr
9/23-12/11
ENV 261
9-9:50 a.m.
16 104
MWF
Fritz, Andrew
WATERSHED ANALYSIS
Focuses on issues associated with timber,
fish, and wildlife watershed analysis. Study
various modules and make an in-depth
presentation to the class, using visual aids.
Monitoring and analytical skills will be covered
and demonstrated through the collection of
field data in remote areas. Willingness to be
outdoors in rough terrain is a consideration.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
all ENV 100-level courses, except ENV 134.
Additional Fee: $44.00. [WEB ENHANCED]
4582 4 Cr
9/24-12/10
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
16 104
T
Fritz, Andrew
GEOL&110 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY
Focus on the geological impacts associated with
human activities. Emphasis includes internal
and surface processes, and the basic formation
of the earth. Also covers conflicts associated
with resource development and human
responses to natural hazards.
Additional Fee: $45.00
4542 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
9-10:50 a.m.
TTh
16 102
Smith Kathy [ENHANCED]
(LAB)
9/26-12/05 11 a.m.-12:50 p.m. TH
16 102 ESTHETIC SCIENCES
ES 103
SKIN PHYSIOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY I
Study the skin’s cellular structure and skeletal,
muscular, and nervous systems as they pertain
to facials and body treatments. Basic skin
diseases and disorders are covered, preparing
the student for identification of the composition
of skin to determine treatment protocol for
facials and body treatments. All related first
aid, safety, and sanitation are also covered.
Additional Fee: $50.00
6202 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 106
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
08 319
DAILY
Shields
FACIAL PROCEDURES I
Cleansing, exfoliation, manipulation
techniques, and treatment masks for
beautifying the skin of the face and body.
Determine the type of treatment and basic
treatment protocol for all skin types. First
aid, safety, and sanitation are also covered.
Prerequisite: ES 103. Additional Fee:
$50.00
6212 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:30-9:45 a.m.
08 319
DAILY
Shields
ES 109
MACHINE FACIALS AND ELECTRICITY
Covers equipment used in facial salon
treatments, including steamers, magnifying
lamps, galvanic and high frequency current
machines. Learn the benefits of electric current
machines vs. manual facial manipulations and
when it is appropriate to incorporate electrical
treatments. First aid, safety, and sanitation
are also covered. Prerequisite: ES 106.
Additional Fee: $64.00
6272 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 112
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
TEMPORARY HAIR REMOVAL I
Use global positioning system equipment to
create maps and to create files for use in ArcGIS
(geographic information system). Focuses
Trimble GPS technologies. Analysis tools and
layout features for map creation are covered.
Additional Fee: $9.50
Covers temporary hair removal used in the
salon atmosphere, including tweezing, soft
and hard waxes, and cream depilatories. Also
covered are all contraindications with waxing
and related first aid, safety, and sanitation.
Prerequisite: ES 103.
Additional Fee: $50.00
45B2 2 Cr
9/23-12/11
62F 3 Cr
9/23-12/12 GEO 215
GPS TECHNOLOGIES
12-2 p.m.
16 104
MWF
Fritz, Andrew
9-10 a.m.
08 319
T-F
Shields
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
ES 115
MAKEUP APPLICATION TECHNIQUES I
Explore color theory as it relates to the
skin, psychology of color, and basic makeup
application techniques. First aid, safety, and
sanitation are also covered.
Additional Fee: $50.00
6232 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 117
1-2:30 p.m.
08 319
DAILY
Shields
SKIN CARE AND BODY WRAPS I
Skin care to include masque and scrub
applications and technique, lash and
brow tinting. Body treatment protocol
to include client comfort foot soaks and
draping techniques, as well as discussion of
various body treatments in today’s market.
Prerequisite: ES 103.
Additional Fee: $64.00
6282 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 121
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
SKIN PHYSIOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY II
Examine epidermal structural scaffolding,
and biochemistry of the barrier. Also includes
intrinsic and extrinsic aging factors, genetic
skin disorders, recognition of skin anomalies,
inflammations, grades of acne, etc. First
aid, safety, sanitation are also covered.
Prerequisite: ES 103. Additional Fee:
$50.00
6242 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 122
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
08 319
DAILY
Shields
SALON MANAGEMENT AND STATE LAWS I
Washington State Department of Licensing
laws and regulations regarding sanitation,
safety, and licensing requirements for salon
management and ownership are covered.
Examine reception desk duties, including
handling of money, balancing the till, tracking
services, retail sold customer service, and
marketing techniques. Course hours do not
apply toward Washington State licensing
requirements. Prerequisite: ES 106.
Additional Fee: $64.00
6292 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 124
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
FACIAL PROCEDURES II
Covers advanced facial techniques and
treatments, enzyme therapy, and facial
massage techniques. All related first aid, safety,
and sanitation are covered. Prerequisite: ES
106. Additional Fee: $64.00
62A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 127
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
TEMPORARY HAIR
REMOVAL II
Advanced hair removal techniques such as
speed waxing through proper application
techniques. All related first aid, safety, and
sanitation are covered. Prerequisite: ES 112
Additional Fee: $64.00
62B2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
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ES 129
MAKEUP APPLICATION TECHNIQUES II
Photography makeup techniques, including
color, black and white photography, shading
and contouring, and artificial lash application.
First aid, safety, and sanitation are covered.
Prerequisite: ES 115 Additional Fee:
$50.00
6252 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 131
1-2:30 p.m.
08 319
DAILY
Shields
SKIN CARE AND BODY WRAPS II
Holistic skin care, hydrotherapy, nutrition,
herbal and aromatherapy for skin and body
treatments. First aid, safety, and sanitation are
covered. Prerequisite: ES 106. Additional
Fee: $64.00
62C2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 147
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
SALON MANAGEMENT AND STATE LAWS II
Bookkeeping and records management, résumé
writing, inventory control, marketing, and
Guild Attendance are covered. Prerequisite:
ES 112. Course hours do not apply toward
Washington State licensing requirements.
Additional Fee: $64.00
62D2 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
ES 199
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
08 325
DAILY
Errigo, Jen
CHEMISTRY FOR ESTHETICS
Fundamentals of chemistry, including
differences between organic and inorganic
matter, simple chemical reactions, pH for
estheticians, and composition of, as well as
indications for, commonly-used products
for esthetic salon services. Additional Fee:
$50.00
6262 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
08 319
DAILY
Shields
ESTHETIC SCIENCES/
MEDICAL ESTHETICS
Covers business skills necessary for the
medical esthetician to succeed, including
resume writing, cover letters, how to develop
a business plan, and how to negotiate a salary.
Prerequisite: All courses included in first
quarter of Medical Esthetics and successful
completion of state-approved entry-level
esthetic program and proof of esthetic license
from Washington State. Additional Fee:
$50.00
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
08 327
ES 242
LASER THEORY
Covers necessary theory of laser and laser
physics, types and styles of lasers, and what
laser should be used for each skin type and
condition. First aid and safety will also be
reviewed. Prerequisite: All courses included
in first quarter of Medical Esthetics and
successful completion of state-approved entrylevel esthetic program and proof of esthetic
license from Washington State. Additional
Fee: $50.00
7212 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
08 327
DAILY
Siedlicki, M
ES 252
ADVANCED COSMETIC CHEMISTRY
In-depth study of cosmetic chemicals, product
knowledge. Research papers will be produced
on the topics of chemical products, ingredients,
and contraindications that may occur during
a medical esthetic treatment. Prerequisite:
All courses included in first quarter of Medical
Esthetics and successful completion of stateapproved entry-level esthetic program and
proof of esthetic license from Washington
State. Additional Fee: $50.00
7222 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
08 327
DAILY
Siedlicki, M
ES 256
CLINICAL LAB FOR MEDICAL ESTHETICIANS
Participate in practical application of medical
esthetic skills and services while working with
clients in the student-run clinic. Includes
all machinery covered in ES 227. Also
includes all safety, sanitation, first aid, and
contraindications. Prerequisite: All courses
included in first quarter of Medical Esthetics
and successful completion of state-approved
entry-level esthetic program and proof of
esthetic license from Washington State.
Additional Fee: $64.00
7232 10 Cr
9/23-12/12
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
08 327
DAILY
Siedlicki, M
GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIES
ES 240
BUSINESS SKILLS
AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
7202 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAILY
Siedlicki, M
GTC 130
DIGITAL IMAGING I
Introduces the fundamentals of Photoshop to
include basic tools; image editing; painting;
and the creation, use, and management of
layers and channels. Additional Fee: $73.75
8522 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
GTC 143
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 154
ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING AND LAYOUT
Apply typographic terms, vocabulary,
and concepts; examine type identification
and explore the relationships or essence
of typographic design. Apply and solve
mathematical problems common to
typography. Apply basic page layout and create
files. Explore proofreading and correcting copy
changes. Additional Fee: $73.75
8532 5 Cr
9/25-12/11
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 158
Perform advanced techniques using Adobe
Illustrator; create documents using Color
Swatches and color separations for a variety
of projects. Explore the abilities of different
tools/Panels, Effects and filters, Integrate
Adobe Acrobat Pro as soft proofing software
from within Illustrator and prepare files for
electronic output ready for a service provider.
Prerequisite: GTC 169 or Instructor
Approval. Additional Fee: $73.75
8542 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
GTC 210
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 158
DIGITAL IMAGING III
Introduction to visual arts and design
principles. Stresses the components of visual
thinking and visual language underlying
design for digital media. A series of reallife case studies and exercises applies the
design process and use of basic elements of
design, typography, images, color, and layout.
Additional Fee: $73.75
GTC 223
PREPRESS II
8562 5 Cr
9/26-12/12
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 154
8502 5 Cr
9/26-12/12
GTC 276
INDESIGN II
8572 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 158
GTC 123
Th
Owens, Darryl
MACINTOSH OPERATION AND IMAGE ACQUISTION
Introduction to Macintosh computer
operations and file management. Covers image
acquisition and archiving from Internet and
analog sources. Additional Fee: $73.75
8512 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 154
M
Moyer, John
M
Owens, Darryl
Building on a solid knowledge of Photoshop’s
basic functions, this course explores advanced
color theory and utilization of Photoshop for
color correction. Efficient use of layers, masks,
and channels for photo retouching and special
effects. Optimization for production, importing,
and exporting of images is also included.
Prerequisite: GTC 154 or Instructor approval.
Additional Fee: $73.75
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 154
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
11 158
W
Owens, Darryl
GTC 209
ADVANCED VECTOR DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION
8552 5 Cr
9/25-12/12
GTC 110
ART, DESIGN, AND VISUAL THINKING
T
Moyer, John
W
Moyer, John
Covers the digital production of printing jobs
through the use of Adobe PDF and raster
image processing. Prerequisite: GTC 164 or
Instructor approval. Additional Fee: $73.75
Th
Moyer, John
Perform advanced techniques with
InDesign, create documents, use color and
color separations for a variety of projects,
and prepare files for electronic output.
Prerequisite: GTC 174 or Instructor approval.
Additional Fee: $73.75
T
Owens, Darryl
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
GTC 280
INTERNSHIP
Provide on the-job field experience pertinent to
Visual Communications. Apply classroom skills
to work-related supervised learning experience.
Internships may be paid or non-paid
assignments and occur at on- or off- campus
locations. Prerequisite: GTC 254 Capstone
class or Instructor Approval. Additional Fee:
$50.00
8592 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
11 158
ARRANGED
Owens, Darryl
GTC 278 INDEPENDENT STUDY
Show competencies in the students’ specialty
skills area of the Graphic Technologies program
by proposing and adhering to a plan of work.
Produce a capstone project showing work
accomplished with skills summarized.
85A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12 11 154
ARRANGED
Moyer, John
HEALTH UNIT COORDINATOR
HUC 102
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH UNIT COORDINATOR
Orients students to the work of Health Unit,
Coordinator and the context in which HUCs
work is performed. Introduce the student to
program policies, dress code, attendance, and
classroom workplace rules of conduct, program
goals, and grading system. The focus also in
this unit will be Instruction and demonstrations
on the use of various communication devices
and introduction to the EMR/HER and related
windows program. Additional Fee: $33.25
8102 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
21 105
DAILY
Scotland
HUC 106
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I FOR HEALTH UNIT
COORDINATOR
HUC 109
UNIT COORDINATOR TASKS & PROCEDURES I
Enables identification of the forms commonly
used in the patient’s chart, explain the purpose
of a patient’s chart, and recognize the charting
responsibilities for each healthcare team
member. Presents instruction and procedures
for scheduling appointments by telephone,
computer, and written requests. Also focuses
on students’ performance in the computer
skill laboratory, demonstrating their cognitive
knowledge for maintaining medical records;
ordering laboratory and diagnostic exams;
accurately transcribing physicians’ orders;
recognizing treatment orders; ordering
nursing supplies; identifying abbreviations,
symbols, and terms used in a medication order;
and charting information accurately to the
appropriate forms and the Kardex for their
pseudo patients. Prerequisites: HUC 104;
enrollment in HUC 106.
Additional Fee: $111.00
8132 8 Cr
9/23-12/12
HUC 112
8 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
21 105
M
Scotland
UNIT COORDINATOR TASKS & PROCEDURES II
Focuses on cognitive knowledge and
performance skills in the computer laboratory.
The student will demonstrate performance
skills for maintaining medical records,
accurately transcribing physicians’ orders to
the appropriate chart forms and Kardex, as
well as completion of pseudo patient charts.
Prerequisite: HUC 109: completion of 104,
106, 113, and 120. Additional Fee: $19.00
8142 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
HUC 113
2:30-10 p.m.
21 105
MThF
Briggs, Marla
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION IN
THE HUC ROLE
Introduces basic word elements that are used
in building medical terminology and identifies
the different types of word elements present
in each medical term by name. Introduces
medical terms, body structure, and pathology
in relation to each body system: integumentary,
musculoskeletal, sensory, circulatory,
nervous, endocrine, and digestive systems.
Prerequisite: HUC 104 Additional Fee:
$14.25
Enables the student to describe and utilize good
listening skills as a means of preventing and/
or solving conflicts with a variety of people in
different situations. The focus also will be to
develop skills for the role of the communicator
for the nursing unit. The student will also be
given the tools for developing and practicing
assertive communication, interpersonal
relationships, and confidentiality skills.
Prerequisite: HUC 104. Additional Fee:
$4.75
8122 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8152 1 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
21 105
TWTh
Scotland
HUC 118
8 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
21 105
DAILY
Scotland
ADV COMMUNICATIONS APPLICATIONS IN THE
HUC ROLE
Cover diverse cultures and incorporate the
relevant needs of culturally diverse groups
in the medical field. Provides the student
with an overview and understanding of the
fundamentals of communicable diseases.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of HUC
102, 106, 109, and 113. Additional Fee: $9.50
8162 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
2:30-10 p.m.
21 105
MTTh
Briggs, Marla
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
HUC 120
UNIT MANAGEMENT I
Covers management responsibilities for the
nursing unit, including time management and
identification of possible fire and safety hazards
on the nursing unit. Prerequisite: HUC
104; enrollment in HUC 106, 109, and 113.
Additional Fee: $14.25
8172 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
HUC 122
8 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
21 105
W
Scotland
UNIT MANAGEMENT II
Focus is on cognitive knowledge for
managing the nursing unit and developing
communication skills using verbal and written
communication. The student will develop
leadership and performance skills by practicing
classroom management. Prerequisites:
Completion of HUC 113 and 120 Additional
Fee: $14.25
8182 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
HUC 126
2:30-10 p.m.
21 105
TW
Briggs, Marla
LEGAL/ETHICAL ASPECTS OF UNIT COORDINATING
Enables the student to identify legal elements
that are necessary in regard to preparing legal
documents, discussing hospital and patient
confidentiality, or witnessing signatures on
consents for treatment. The ethics of this
profession will be explored and how to apply
these ethics in professional behaviors. AIDS
education, blood-borne pathogens, HIPPA,
and hepatitis information will also be covered.
Prerequisites: Completion of HUC 102, 106,
109, 113, and 120; enrollment in HUC 112, 118
and 122. Additional Fee: $9.50
8192 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
HUC 132
2:30-10 p.m.
21 105
WThF
Briggs, Marla
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
Enables the student to utilize the cognitive and
performance objectives that were presented
in courses HUC 102 through 126 in the
clinical setting. The focus is on preparation
of a résumé, employment application, and an
employment interview. In order to participate
in the clinical aspect of the program, must
receive a No Record on File report from the
Washington State Patrol regarding Crimes
Against Persons. Clinical hours vary from 6 to 8
hours per day, 4 days a week. Students unable
to complete course HUC 132 will have the
option of completing clinical rotation with the
next available program, on approval from the
Instructors, within 6 months. Prerequisite:
Completion of HUC 102, 106, 109, 113, 120, 112,
122, and 126. Additional Fee: $14.00
81A2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
21 105
ARRANGED
Briggs, Marla
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HUC 204
ECG MONITOR TECHNICIAN
Are you a Health Unit Coordinator, or
interested in becoming one? Employers
clearly favor HUCs with ECG Monitor Tech
knowledge, as this enables you to be an
effective HUC in even the most acute care
unit in the hospital. We’ll teach you the basic
anatomy and physiology of the heart and its
relationship to ECG. Learn how to monitor
electro-cardiograms (ECG), and to interpret
rhythms and arrhythmias in a medical setting.
Previous exposure/experience in the medical
field preferred. Text required.
81B2 3 Cr
9/24-10/22
6:45-9:45 p.m.
21 105
TWThF
Bordas
HEATING/VENTILATION/AIR
CONDITIONING
HAC 102
BASIC ELECTRICITY
Discusses the structure of matter, movement
of electrons, conductors, insulators, direct
and alternating current, and electrical units
of measurement. The electrical circuit will
also be studied along with making electrical
measurements, Ohm’s law, series and Parallel
circuits, and electrical power. Magnetic
fields, inductance, transformers, capacitance,
impedance, sine waves, and using electrical
measuring instruments are also included.
Additional Fee: $43.75
1802 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 105
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
Discusses types of automatic control devices
that respond to thermal change, the bimetal
device, control by fluid expansion, the
thermocouple, and electronic sensing devices.
Space temperature controls (both high and
low voltage), sensing temperature of solids,
pressure sensing devices, oil pressure safety
controls, air pressure controls, devices
that control fluid flow, and maintenance of
mechanical and electromechanical controls are
covered. Additional Fee: $39.00
1812 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
HAC 120
ADVANCED CONTROLS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Control terminology, applications, and
electronic control circuits are covered.
Pneumatic controls and direct digital controls
are also explored, along with programmable
thermostats. Also covers procedures for
troubleshooting basic and complex circuits,
thermostats, and high voltage circuits
controlled by thermostats. Describes
procedures for measuring amperage and
voltage in low voltage circuits and discusses
pictorial and line diagrams. Additional Fee:
$39.00
1822 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
HAC 160
SIEMENS CONTROLS
The DDC training course serves as an
introduction to the concepts of direct digital
controls. The course is a generic approach
to understand DDC terminology and the
fundamentals of today’s new building control
systems. Improve your control of HVAC
systems, fire, security, and access, control,
lighting, and energy management. The focus
is on DDC fundamentals, how they work,
features, and troubleshooting. Additional
Fee: $29.50
1852 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
HAC 162
ELECTRIC MOTORS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
Types of electric motors are discussed, along
with starting and running components and
characteristics, motor speeds, and power
supplies. Specific topics also included are
single and split phase motors, the centrifugal
switch, electronic replay, capacitor start
motors, capacitor run motors, permanent
split capacitor motors, shaded pole motors,
and single phase hermetic motors, positive
temperature coefficient motors, and variable
speed motors. Discussions will take place
pertaining to various characteristics and
insulations, bearings, mountings, and motor
drives. Additional Fee: $39.00
1832 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
HAC 164
ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROLS AND TROUBLESHOOTING
MOTORS
Discusses mechanical and electrical motor
troubleshooting. This includes drive
assemblies, belt tension, pulley alignment,
open and shorted windings, shorts to ground,
capacitor problems, wiring and connectors, and
troubleshooting hermetic motors. Additional
Fee: $34.25
1842 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 167
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
GREEN AWARENESS
When it comes to HVAC/R Electrical, “Green”
means maximizing the energy efficiency
of existing equipment, specifying the most
efficient systems available for the application
and the available budget using renewable and
sustainable fuel sources and conserving water.
Those items along with the core knowledge
of Energy management and Analysis, Green
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and
Refrigeration, Electrical Generation and
Consumption, and “Green” Plumbing will be
discussed in the course. Additional Fee:
$34.25
1862 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 200
DAILY
Johnson, Jim
HAC 170
HEATING I
Covers controls, thermal physics, electrical, and
equipment for residential and light commercial
heating system installation and servicing with
emphasis on gas heating. Prerequisites: HAC
101 through 168. Additional Fee: $53.25
1872 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 175
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 402
DAILY
Anderson, Rob
HEATING I LAB
Will teach students to competently
troubleshoot and repair electric heating and
gas burning appliances. Also covers thermal
physics and equipment for heating systems
analysis and efficiency. This is a hands-on class
utilizing live projects. Prerequisite: Must
have required hand tools of the trade and be
enrolled in Heating I. Additional Fee: $43.75
1882 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 181
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
HEATING II
Covers controls, thermal physics, and
equipment for residential and light commercial
heating system installation and servicing with
emphasis on air control, oil heat, and hydronic
heating. Prerequisite: Must have required
hand tools of the trade and be enrolled in
Heating I. Additional Fee: $48.50
1892 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 402
HAC 183
HEATING II LAB
18A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Anderson, Rob
Will teach students to competently
troubleshoot and repair electric, oil, and
hydronic heating equipment. Also covers
thermal physics and equipment for heating
systems analysis and efficiency. This is a handson class utilizing live projects. Prerequisite:
Must have required hand tools of the trade and
be enrolled in Heating I. Additional Fee:
$39.00
HAC 201
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
ADVANCED
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
Troubleshoot and repair refrigeration
equipment, thermal physics and equipment for
refrigeration systems analysis and efficiency.
Prerequisites: Must have completed Heating
I and II, Refrigeration I and II and be enrolled
in HAC 249, 256. Additional Fee: $67.50
18B2 10 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 230
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
EPA REFRIGERANT
RECOVERY CERTIFICATION
Mandatory course designed to provide EPA
nationally recognized certification required
for purchasing, removing and recycling of
refrigerants. The class is a 12-hour training
session with the certification test upon
completion and is taught by a registered
proctor. Additional Fee: $64.00
18C2 1 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 402
DAILY
Anderson, Rob
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
HAC 237
BASIC REFIGERATION I
Introduction to controls, thermal physics,
and equipment for air conditioning system
installation and servicing. Prerequisites:
HAC 101 through 168 and must be registered
in HAC 242, 246, and 255. Additional Fee:
$53.25
18D2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 242
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 402
DAILY
Anderson, Rob
BASIC REFIGERATION I LAB
Hands-on experience with introduction to
controls, thermal physics, and equipment
for air conditioning system installation and
servicing. Prerequisites: Must have required
hand tools of the trade and must be enrolled in
Basic Refrigeration I. Additional Fee: $43.75
18F2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 246
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
BASIC REFIGERATION II
Introduction to controls, thermal physics,
and equipment for air-conditioning system
installation and servicing.
Prerequisites: Must have required hand tools
of the trade and must be enrolled in the Basic
Refrigeration I course.
Additional Fee: $48.50
HEMODIALYSIS
HDT 138
MACHINE SETUP/
MAINTENANCE
HDT 107 HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Health Informaiton Technology in Patient
Services covers the issues, trends, and impacts
of electronic and networked information
technology upon the provision of health
care services in general and explores specific
issues related to the Hemodialysis Technician
profession.
8802 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
10-11:30 a.m.
F
21 227
Markovits [ENHANCED]
HDT 113
PHLEBOTOMY FUNDAMENTALS
Develop the skills necessary to draw blood
specimens for analysis in a laboratory. Includes
an introduction to the structure and function
of a clinical laboratory. Safety procedures and
universal precautions are included. Hands-on
practice in phlebotomy skills will be provided.
Additional Fee: $495.00
6892 4 Cr
10/07-11/08ONLINE
ARRANGED
Markovits
HDT 116
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS/
KEYBOARDING
Covers résumé writing, cover letter
preparation, Internet job search, Work Source
job readiness workshop, and tips on filling
out job applications. Prerequisites: Must be
enrolled in HAC 201, 256. Additional Fee:
$43.75
Students will use computers to develop touch
control and proper keyboarding and keypad
techniques with emphasis on alpha/numeric
data entry. Course includes keyboarding
alphabetic, figure, symbol keys, and skill
building; continued keyboarding drills and
practice to develop a minimum speed and
accuracy of 25 wpm; introduction to MS Office
Suite for basic business correspondence.
Internet navigation will be used for student
research projects. Additional Fee: $9.50
18H2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8812 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
18G2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 402
HAC 249
JOB READINESS
HAC 255
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Anderson, Rob
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
BASIC REFIGERATION II LAB
Hands-on experience with introduction to
controls, thermal physics, and equipment
for refrigeration or air conditioning system
installation and servicing. Prerequisites:
Must have required hand tools of the trade
and must be enrolled in Basic Refrigeration I.
Additional Fee: $34.25
18J2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
HAC 256
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
COMMERCIAL HEAT PUMPS
Troubleshoot & repair residential and
commercial heat pumps through study material
and DVD format. Heat pump fundamentals,
heat pump electrical, and heat pump charging
are explored. Prerequisites: Must be enrolled
in HAC 201, 249. Additional Fee: $53.25
18K2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
25 302
DAILY
Lyon, Joseph
HDT 122
10-11:30 a.m.
21 227
DAILY
Markovits
HEMODIALYSIS TERMS ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY
Provides the basic techniques of medical word
building to be applied in acquiring an extensive
medical vocabulary. Introduces anatomical,
physiological, and pathological terms relating
to body systems and medical abbreviations.
Additional Fee: $28.50
8822 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
12:30-2:50 p.m.
21 227
MW
Markovits
HDT 131
HEMODIALYSIS PRINCIPLES & PROCEDURES
Defines the basic principles of diffusion,
filtration, fluid dynamics and osmosis
relating to the dialysis process. Overviews
of the dialysis environment and kidney
functions. Patient vitals and monitoring the
treatment, including normal and abnormal
values. Perform laboratory tests and utilize
patient documentation procedures. Identify
causes, signs, and symptoms, preventions
and interventions for medical and technical
complications that may occur during dialysis.
Includes patient dietary and nutrition
requirements. Additional Fee: $19.00
8832 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
10 a.m.-2:50 p.m.
21 227
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
TTh
Markovits
Covers use and setup of hemodialysis
machines. Instruction focuses on organizing
and setting up the dialysis machine and
equipment, priming and dry machine stringing.
Various testing equipment commonly used in
dialysis units are studied, as well as preparation
and mixing of hemodialysis concentrates.
Includes standard precautions and aseptic
techniques. Prepares student to initiate
monitor and terminate a routine hemodialysis
treatment. Additional Fee: $48.00
8842 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
HDT 163
8-10 a.m.
21 227
DAILY
Markovits
FIELD STUDY
Familiarizes the student with various dialysis
companies in the greater Puget Sound area.
The students will be partnered in small groups
and will be required to contact four different
dialysis companies in the area in order to
conduct an interview with a staff member. The
information gathered will be collected into
a notebook to be submitted at the end of the
class. Information to be included: interview
notes, locations of individual dialysis units,
maps to each unit, contact person for each
of the units, size of the company, etc. The
notebook will be a reference for the student
when seeking a dialysis technician position at
the end of the course. Additional Fee: $4.75
8852 1 Cr
9/23-12/13
2-3 p.m.
21 227
F
Markovits
MAT 072
MATH FOR MEDICAL SPECIALTY
Emphasis on fractions, combined percentages,
metric, apothecary measurements and
conversions, roman numerals and dosage
calculation formulas. Self-paced lab. (For
Hemodialysis students only.) Prerequisite:
Appropriate COMPASS placement score is
required. Additional Fee: $25.00
8862 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
12:30-2 p.m.
21 227
F
Markovits [ENHANCED]
HUMAN SERVICES
HS 110
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Introduce students to the uses of Microsoft
windows and related programs. Students will
become familiar with community resources for
career and educational opportunities as well as
develop proficiency of the use of technology.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $14.25
24G2 3 Cr
1-2:30 p.m.
9/24-12/1221
TTh
Mandley
29
30
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
HS 115
THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Acquaints students with theories and methods
of therapeutic communication as well as
multicultural communication. Students
will demonstrate mastery of theory through
classroom activities including mock interviews
and work related client interactions. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $25.00
2412 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
10-11:50 a.m.
MWF
02
Hacker, Kelly [ENHANCED]
HS 123
HIV/AIDS & BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS
Increase students’ knowledge of HIV/AIDS
& blood borne pathogens. Students will gain
knowledge of the history of HIV/AIDS and
related issues. Provides ten hours of HIV/
AIDS training in the areas of transmission,
occupational safety, and standard precautions.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
2422 1 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Hathaway, Kat
HS 127
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
Introduces students to human services as
a profession and will include a historical
and philosophical framework of human
service delivery. Contemporary roles and
the human service worker will be covered,
including areas such as typical duties and
tasks of human service workers, income,
maintenance, children’s services, family
services, aging, substance abuse, mental
health, services for persons with disabilities,
and the sociocultural aspects of providing
services in a multiculturally diverse society.
Students will also examine the competencies
and qualifications required to become an
effective human service worker, as well as the
occupational and educational alternatives for
graduates. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
2432 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
HS 151
9-9:50 a.m.
DAILY
02
Hacker, Kelly [ENHANCED]
INTERNSHIP I
Students will participate in on-the-job training
in the human services field of their choice.
Duties and tasks are supervised. Students
perform relevant job duties and tasks within
their agency of choice, attend supervision
meetings, identify community resources that
are applicable, and perform other job duties
as assigned. Instructor permission is required
for site choice. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $39.00
2442 5 Cr
9/23-12/12/12
1-6 p.m.
ARR
MTTh
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
HS 225
SURVEY OF
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
HS 244
INTERNSHIP II
Introduces students to a variety of community
based human service agencies through
examination of their services, functions, and
service populations. The class will participate
in field visits, guest lectures and exercises
designed to assist them in understanding the
relevance of each service component to the
whole community, regional and state system.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $120.00
Students will participate in on-the-job training
in the human services field of their choice.
Duties and tasks are supervised. Students
perform relevant job duties and tasks within
their agency of choice, attend supervision
meetings, identify community resources that
are applicable, and perform other job duties as
assigned. Instructor permission is required for
site choice. Successful completion of Internship
I is required. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $39.00
2452 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
24A2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
1-3 p.m.
02
WF
Hacker, Kelly [ENHANCED]
HS 227
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & WELLNESS
HS 258
1-6 p.m.
ARR
MTTh
Hacker, Kelly [ENHANCED]
INTERNSHIP III
2462 5 Cr
10-11:50 a.m.
MWF
9/23-12/1202 Hathaway [ENHANCED]
Students will participate in on-the-job training
in the human services field of their choice.
Duties and tasks are supervised. Students
perform relevant job duties and tasks within
their agency of choice, attend supervision
meetings, identify community resources that
are applicable, and perform other job duties as
assigned. Instructor permission is required for
site choice. Successful completion of Internship
II is required. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
HS 230
24B2 Var
1-6 p.m.
9/23-12/1202
Introduces students to the dimensions of
wellness, including physical, emotional, social,
and spiritual components. Students explore
strategies for personal behavioral health &
wellness, including coping strategies, personal
boundaries, self-awareness and how to avoid
burnout on the job. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $25.00
CASE MANAGEMENT
This course introduces students to the
fundamentals of case management practice.
Students will review different models of case
management and learn about common case
management functions such as outreach,
engagement, assessment, planning, accessing
resources, coordination, and advocacy.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
2472 5 Cr
9-9:50 a.m.
9/23-12/1202
DAILY
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
HS 236
CULTURALLY COMPETENT PRACTICE
Provides students with an awareness of the
historical, cultural, socio-economic, biological,
and psycho-social influences that define
diversity. Examines culturally competent
standards that influence best practice
standards for human service workers. Students
will explore culture, guidelines for culturallysensitive practices, and the impact of inequality
on a variety of service populations, racism,
prejudice, and inclusion strategies. Instructor
permission required.
2482 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
HS 237
10-11:50 a.m.
02
TTh
Hacker, Kelly
LAW & ETHICS
FOR HUMAN SERVICES
Presents an overview of the ethical and
professional issues that human services
workers will face in the field. Included are such
topics as ethical decision making, professional
responsibilities, liability, confidentiality,
records and rights of clients, professional codes
of ethics, core values and personal issues,
supervision, leadership, and the legal system.
Instructor permission required.
2492 3 Cr
10-11:50 a.m.
9/23-12/1202
TTh
Hathaway
MTTh
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
HUMAN SERVICES/CHEMICAL
DEPENDENCY
HSCD 145
PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIONS OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
Students will learn to identify the physiological
effects of psychoactive substances on the user.
Management of chronic and acute conditions
and drug interaction. Instructor permission
required.
24C2 3 Cr
5-7:30 p.m.
9/23-12/12
W
Fitzgerald
HSCD 215 CASE MANAGEMENT & RECORDKEEPING
FOR THE CDP
This course focuses on the basic case
management skills of service coordination,
referral practices, community services, ongoing
evaluation of treatment progress, client
needs, and learning documentation standards
and applicable laws. Instructor permission
required.
24D2 5 Cr
7:20-10 p.m.
9/23-12/12
HSCD 226
W
Staff
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION
The Assessment & Evaluation course will
include learning how to use screening,
evaluation and assessment techniques as well
as being able to determine a client’s readiness
for treatment & change, and determining
an appropriate level of care for the client.
Additional Fee: $25.00
24F2 2 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Fitzgerald
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
HUMAN SERVICES/CHEMICAL
DEPENDENCY (I-BEST)
INTERIOR DESIGN
DSN 227
COMMERCIAL SPECIFICATIONS
DSN 105
DRAFTING I
Students will learn to identify the physiological
effects of psychoactive substances on the user.
Management of chronic and acute conditions
and drug interaction. Instructor permission
required.
This course introduces students to the
fundamental skills and concepts necessary
for interior design planning and drawing to
include: use of drafting tools, exercise in line
weight and line type quality, architectural
scale, dimensioning and architectural lettering.
Additional Fee: $28.50
242H 3 Cr
3:30-6:30 p.m.
9/23-12/09TBD
3602 6 Cr
10/28-11/15
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 210
HSCD 145
HSCD 155
PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIONS OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
M
Anderson
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
& COUNSELING:
INDIVIDUAL & GROUPS
DSN 119
Individual Counseling focuses on learning
a collaborative process that facilitates the
client’s progress toward mutually determined
treatment goals and objectives. Students
will learn counseling competencies that will
include: sensitivity to the client’s individual
characteristics and culture, the role of the
counselor, approaches to counseling &
addiction disorders, use of warmth, respect,
genuineness, concreteness and empathy, and
the therapeutic use of power & authority.
Group dynamics & strategies will also be
covered. Instructor permission required.
242G 5 Cr
3:30-6 p.m.
9/24-12/12TBD
TTh
Anderson
HSCD 226 CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY ASSESSMENT &
EVALUATION
The Assessment & Evaluation course will
include learning how to use screening,
evaluation and assessment techniques as well
as being able to determine a client’s readiness
for treatment & change, and determining
an appropriate level of care for the client.
Additional Fee: $25.00
242V 2 Cr
3:30-5:15 p.m.
9/25-12/11TBD
CAH 105
W
Anderson
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Provides training in the uses of Microsoft
Windows and related programs. Students will
use computers to develop touch control and
proper keyboarding and 10-key techniques.
Additional Fee: $23.75
NS2A 3 Cr
4-7 p.m.
9/23-12/09TBD
M
Staff
PSYC&220 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
Abnormal Psychology addresses the
development, symptoms, and treatment of
psychological and personality disorders.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
PSYC& 100 or PSY 112. Instructor permission
required.
242B 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
6:15-8:45 p.m.
TBD
TTh
Curry, Roger
DAILY
Houser, Sunny
INTERIOR DESIGN & THE DESIGN PROCESS
This course will introduce the student to
concepts to successfully steer an idea on its
journey from imagination to object and to focus
on where the idea is going. This introduction
describes the nature of a designer’s journey,
maps the path a designer will take and
explore the path of what happens along
the way. This course is an introduction to
inspiration, conceptualization, communication
and elements and principles of design and
trendspotting. Additional Fee: $19.00
3612 4 Cr
9/23-10/11
DSN 124
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 210
DAILY
Bowman
COLOR THEORY
This course is an introduction to the world of
color, encompassing the following: The three
dimensions of color, color systems, color
theory, coloring agents, dimensions of color
in compositions, principles and elements of
design in color, color interactions, symbolisms,
influence of color and exercises of putting color
to use. Additional Fee: $19.00
3622 4 Cr
10/14-10/24
DSN 136
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 210
DAILY
Bowman
INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING AND RENDERING
Introduction to Drawing and Rendering is a
beginning look at some of the drawing methods
and materials used by Interior Designers. This
course begins with the fundamental concepts
of freehand sketching and gaining the ability
to think three-dimensionally. It is also an
introduction for methods to communicate your
design vision through hand drawn renderings.
This is shown by the use of shade, shadow,
texture, pattern, color and material qualities.
Additional Fee: $19.00
3632 4 Cr
11/18-12/12
DSN 152
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 210
DAILY
Houser, Sunny
FURNITURE AND
CABINET DESIGN
This course covers the fundamentals of custom
furniture and cabinet design. Based on the
study of furniture design theory, function,
social use, materials and fabrication, students
will design a unique custom piece of furniture.
Additional Fee: $9.50
3642 2 Cr
11/25-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 202
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
DAILY
Bowman
This course covers general notes used within
construction documents, the specification of
products, fabrication, and applications for
commercial interior design. It also covers
the liabilities of the designer in regard to
specification writing for codes, standards, and
federal regulations which are an essential part
of designing building interiors. Prerequisites:
DSN 225. Additional Fee: $19.00
3652 4 Cr
9/23-10/04
DSN 236
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 202
DAILY
Houser, Sunny
DESIGN II
Through site visits, research and building
plans, the student will develop and present a
space plan and design concept for a renovation
project of commercial nature, utilizing an
existing space as a model. Students will also
be introduced to building code topics such as
occupant load, means of egress and emergency
lighting and signage. Upon completion of
the project, students will give a verbal and
visual presentation of their design concept.
Prerequisites: DSN 225. Additional Fee:
$33.25
3662 7 Cr
10/28-11/22
DSN 239
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 202
DAILY
Watts, Julie
CAD II
This course includes the intermediate level
use of 2-dimensional CAD (computer aided
drafting). To develop increased knowledge,
speed, and accuracy, following demonstration
and in class exercises, the student will use
AutoCAD software to develop advanced layouts
in paper space. Prerequisites: DSN 216.
Additional Fee: $23.75
3672 5 Cr
10/07-10/24
DSN 265
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
19 202
DAILY
Watts, Julie
INDEPENDENT STUDY
Explore or expand knowledge of interior design
within an independent study format. With
guidance and instructor approval, the student
will select a meaningful project within an area
of interest to strengthen their range of abilities.
The student will fulfill several pre-approved
objectives at the conclusion of the course where
they will complete a self-assessment and final
presentation to the instructor. Prerequisite:
Instructor Approval.
3682 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
19 202
DSN 270
ARRANGED
Houser, Sunny
INDEPENDENT STUDY
Explore or expand knowledge of interior design
within an independent study format. With
guidance and instructor approval, the student
will select a meaningful project within an area
of interest to strengthen their range of abilities.
The student will fulfill several pre-approved
objectives at the conclusion of the course where
they will complete a self-assessment and final
presentation to the instructor. Prerequisite:
Instructor Approval. Additional Fee: $19.00
3692 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
19 202
ARRANGED
Watts, Julie
31
32
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
DSN 275
INDEPENDENT STUDY
Explore or expand knowledge of interior design
within an independent study format. With
guidance and instructor approval, the student
will select a meaningful project within an area
of interest to strengthen their range of abilities.
The student will fulfill several pre-approved
objectives at the conclusion of the course where
they will complete a self-assessment and final
presentation to the instructor. Prerequisite:
Instructor Approval. Additional Fee: $23.75
36A2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
19 202
ARRANGED
Bowman
LEADERSHIP
LEADR100
LEADERSHIP I
Students taking this course will gain a basic
understanding of the concept of leadership
theory while developing a personal philosophy
of leadership, an awareness of the moral and
ethical responsibilities of leadership and to
develop and improve their own leadership
skills. This course integrates leadership studies
through study, observation and application.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
05A2 Var
1-4 p.m.
9/23-08/3002
LEADR101
WF
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
LEADERSHIP II
Students taking this course will gain a basic
understanding of the concept of leadership
theory while developing a personal philosophy
of leadership, an awareness of the moral and
ethical responsibilities of leadership and to
develop and improve their own leadership
skills. This course integrates leadership studies
through study, observation and application.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
05B2 Var
1-4 p.m.
9/23-08/3002
LEADR102
WF
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
LEADERSHIP III
Students taking this course will gain a basic
understanding of the concept of leadership
theory while developing a personal philosophy
of leadership, an awareness of the moral and
ethical responsibilities of leadership and to
develop and improve their own leadership
skills. This course integrates leadership studies
through study, observation and application.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
05C2 Var
1-4 p.m.
9/23-08/3002
WF
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
LEADR103
LEADERSHIP IV
Students taking this course will gain a basic
understanding of the concept of leadership
theory while developing a personal philosophy
of leadership, an awareness of the moral and
ethical responsibilities of leadership and to
develop and improve their own leadership
skills. This course integrates leadership studies
through study, observation and application.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
05D2 Var
1-4 p.m.
9/23-08/3002
WF
Hathaway [ENHANCED]
MANUFACTURING
TECHNOLOGIES
MCH 101
SHOP SAFETY
Provides an overview of the program,
orientation to shop procedures, and the
responsibilities associated with personal
safety and the safety of others. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission. Additional Fee:
$39.50
7802 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 105
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
SHOP MATH/BLUEPRINT
Provides a review of basic arithmetic using
addition, subtraction, fractions, and decimal
fractions. Study of drawings and prints,
and an overview of basic measuring tools.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $58.50
7812 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 107
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
SHOP MATH/BLUEPRINT II
Provides study of basic geometry concepts
and introduction to calculators. Advanced
study of prints and reading of machine details.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $58.50
7822 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 109
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
SHOP MATH/BLUEPRINT III
An introduction to trigonometric functions,
practical machine mathematical applications,
the Cartesian coordinate system, geometric
dimensioning, and tolerancing. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission and MCH 101.
Additional Fee: $58.50
7832 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 111
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
SHOP MACHINE AND TOOLS
Use and care of hand and machine tools used
in measurement, layout, and inspection.
Beginning machine tool operation of pedestal
grinders, drill presses, and power saws.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $58.50
7842 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
MCH 117
LATHES I
Progressively difficult operations on lathes with
emphasis on setups, speeds, feeds, turning,
facing, grooving, threading and tapers. Actual
turning jobs from industry may be utilized.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $58.50
7852 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 121
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE
Progressively difficult operations on milling
machines, with emphasis on setups, speeds,
feeds, end milling, side milling, shell milling,
drilling, and tapping. Actual machining jobs
from industry may be utilized. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission and MCH 101.
Additional Fee: $58.50
7862 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
MCH 122
LATHES & MILLS II
7872 8 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
MCH 125
LATHES & MILLS III
7882 10 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
MCH 126
LATHES & MILLS IV
7892 8 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
Intermediate calculations and machining
operations with emphasis on accessories
for lathes and milling machines. Actual
machining jobs from industry may be utilized.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $68.00
DAILY
Dam, Ken
Progressively advanced turning and milling
techniques with emphasis placed on precision
setup using geometric dimensioning and
tolerancing. Actual machining jobs from
industry may be utilized. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission and MCH 101.
Additional Fee: $77.50
DAILY
Dam, Ken
Progressively advanced turning and milling
techniques with emphasis placed on the use
of all shop equipment to complete advanced
precision projects. Actual machining jobs
from industry may be utilized. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission and MCH 101.
Additional Fee: $68.00
MCH 129
DAILY
Dam, Ken
SURFACE GRINDING
Progressively difficult grinding operations
with emphasis on surface grinding, mounting,
dressing, and truing grinding machine wheels.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $49.00
78A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
MCH 133
TOOL & CUTTER GRINDER
Progressively difficult tool and cutter grinding
with emphasis on milling cutters, reamers,
and form tools. Prerequisite: Instructor’s
permission and MCH 101. Additional Fee:
$53.75
78B2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 201
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
CATIA I
Gain introductory knowledge of 3D and
parametric design using CATIA V5 software to
create basic parts and assemblies in solids and
wireframe. Additional Fee: $55.00
78L2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 202
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
DAILY
25 105
Dam, Ken [HYBRID]
INTRODUCTION TO CNC
Introduction to CNC programming software
and setups using CAD/CAM interfacing and
project milling, drilling, and lathe turning.
Actual machining jobs from industry may be
utilized. Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission
and MCH 101. Additional Fee: $55.00
78C2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 203
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
Dam, Ken [HYBRID]
CATIA II
Build upon modeling and parametric design
using CATIA V5 software to apply graphic skills
to create parts, assemblies and profiles in solids
and wireframe. Additional Fee: $55.00
78M2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 206
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
DAILY
25 105
Dam, Ken [HYBRID]
CATIA III
Apply more advanced modeling and parametric
design using CATIA V5 software to create
complex parts and assemblies in solids and
wireframes. Additional Fee: $55.00
78N2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 211
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
DAILY
25 105
Dam, Ken [HYBRID]
MEASUREMENT INSPECTION & EQUIPMENT
Understanding and operating Computer
Numerical Control (CNC) machinery. Writing
programs and manual data input. Actual
machining jobs from industry may be utilized.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $55.00
78D2 10 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 216
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
DAILY
25 105
Dam, Ken [HYBRID]
ADVANCED CNC
Progressively advanced CNC machining
techniques with emphasis placed on program
troubleshooting, and increased production.
Actual machining jobs from industry may be
utilized. Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission
and MCH 101. Additional Fee: $55.00
78F2 12 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
DAILY
25 105
Dam, Ken [HYBRID]
MCH 219
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Resumes, researching employers, and job
search techniques. Prerequisite: Instructor’s
permission and MCH 101. Additional Fee:
$49.00
78G2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 223
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
INSPECTION TECHNIQUES
Proper use of inspection tools and equipment.
Emphasis is on applied use of geometric
dimensioning and tolerancing, with use
of granite layout surfaces. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission and MCH 101.
Additional Fee: $58.50
78H2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
MCH 229
METALLURGY & HEAT TREATMENT
Provides insight into the study of the properties
and compositions of metals. Emphasis is on
heat treatment of metals. Prerequisite:
Instructor’s permission and MCH 101.
Additional Fee: $49.00
78J2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
MCH 231
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
MANUFACTURING RESOURCES & RESEARCH
Study of resources for machining information
with emphasis on methods of research.
Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and
MCH 101. Additional Fee: $49.00
78K2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7:05 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
25 105
DAILY
Dam, Ken
MASST110 ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY I
Introduces the student to anatomy and
physiology, cytology, integumentary, osteology,
mycology, and nervous system. Additional
Fee: $50.00
9-11:30 a.m.
08 108
TTh
Slegers
MASST114 SWEDISH MASSAGE THEORY
Introduces the learner to the history,
application, and principles of Swedish massage.
This includes not only the massage strokes, but
also client safety, communication, and charting
of results. Prerequisite: The student will have
submitted a medical statement of health from a
primary care provider verifying their ability to
safely participate in all aspects of the program
prior to admission. MASST 114 must be taken
concurrently with MASST 117. Additional
Fee: $50.00
1212 5 Cr
9/23-12/04
MASST116COMPLEMENTARY
MASSAGE MODALITIES I
Introduces the student to a variety of massage
modalities that can be safely integrated into a
massage practice. Modalities covered include
facial techniques, acupressure, seated massage
and side-lying. Indications, contra-indications
and treatment modifications will be identified.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
MASST 114 and MASST 117. Additional Fee:
$85.00
1222 3 Cr
9/27-11/22
9-11:30 a.m.
08 108
MW
Meziere
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
08 LAB
F
Meziere
MASST117 SWEDISH MASSAGE PRACTICE
Apply knowledge and techniques taught
in Swedish Massage Theory. This class
prepares the learner to practice safe, relaxing,
therapeutic, and effective Swedish Massage.
In addition to proper use and application of
Swedish Massage strokes, the learner will
also practice proper self-care techniques
and learn how to care for their equipment.
Prerequisite: MASST 117 must be taken
concurrently with MASST 114. Additional
Fee: $50.00
1232 4 Cr
9/27-12/11
12:15-3:30 p.m.
08 LAB
MW
Meziere
MASST126 KINESIOLOGY: UPPER EXTREMITY
Introduces students to the study of movement.
Presents the beginning principles and skills for
locating and identifying bony landmarks and
muscles of the upper extremity using palpation
techniques, movement, and anatomical
terminology. Additional Fee: $50.00
1242 2 Cr
9/24-11/07
MASSAGE
1202 5 Cr
9/24-12/12
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
12:15-3:30 p.m.
08 LAB
TTh
Meziere
MASST130 KINESIOLOGY: TRUNK
AND MODALITIES I
Continue the study of movement. Builds
upon the principles and skills for locating and
identifying bony landmarks and muscles of the
trunk using palpation techniques, movement,
and anatomical terminology. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of MASST 126.
Additional Fee: $85.00
1252 1 Cr
11/12-12/05
12:15-3:30 p.m.
08 LAB
TTh
Meziere
MASST133 DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
THEORY
Introduces the student to a variety of massage
treatment techniques, providing ground work
for clinical massage applications. Indications,
contraindications, and treatment modifications
will be identified and discussed. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of MASST 114 and
MASST 117. MASST 133 must be taken
concurrently with MASST 134. Additional
Fee: $50.00
1262 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
5:30-7 p.m.
08 108
MWF
Hoefer, Julie
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34
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MASST134 DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE PRACTICE
Building on the massage techniques learned
in Swedish massage theory and practice,
students become proficient in a variety of deep
tissue techniques. Prerequisite: Completion
of MASST 114 and MASST 117. MASST 134
must be taken concurrently with MASST 133.
Additional Fee: $50.00
1272 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
7-9:45 p.m.
08 305
MWF
Hoefer, Julie
MASST137KINESIOLOGY:
HEAD AND NECK
Continues the study of movement while
building upon the principles and skills for
locating and identifying bony landmarks and
muscles of the head and neck using palpation
techniques, movement, and anatomical
terminology. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of MASST 126. Additional Fee:
$85.00
1282 1 Cr
11/14-12/10
7-9:45 p.m.
08 305
TTh
Hoefer, Julie
MASST143 MASSAGE BUSINESS
& ETHICS I
Introduces important business knowledge,
skills, and professional ethics vital to the
successful practice of massage therapy after
licensure. Learn and follow professional ethics
as related to massage and learn and practice
universal safety precautions, utilize and
understand common medical terms, research
the different avenues of employment available,
and begin the process of building a successful
massage business. Additional Fee: $50.00
1292 2 Cr
10/02-12/12
08 108
ARRANGED
Meziere
MASST144 MASSAGE BUSINESS
AND ETHICS II
Learn and demonstrate a variety of successful
business strategies from marketing to record
keeping in addition to becoming knowledgeable
regarding state and local laws that govern
massage therapy in Washington State.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
MASST 143. Additional Fee: $50.00
12A2 2 Cr
9/24-12/10
5:30-7 p.m.
08 108
TTh
Hoefer, Julie
MASST146KINESIOLOGY:
LOWER EXTREMITY
Continue the study of movement. This course
builds upon the principles and skills for
locating and identifying bony landmarks and
muscles of the lower extremity using palpation
techniques, movement, and anatomical
terminology. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of MASST 126. Additional Fee:
$85.00
12B2 2 Cr
9/24-11/12
7-9:45 p.m.
08 305
TTh
Hoefer, Julie
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
MASST162 MASSAGE CLINIC I
Gain first-hand knowledge and experience
by running a massage clinic. In addition to
providing relaxation and deep tissue massage,
each student will also have an opportunity to
experience the more administrative positions
in a clinic by rotating through the positions of
receptionist, cashier, and scheduling manager.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
MASST 114 and MASST 117. Student must
have current First Aid/CPR certification, as
well as having completed a minimum of four
hours HIV-AIDS training, and a report from
the Washington State Patrol. Some results from
the background check may prevent individuals
from participating in the Student Clinic.
Additional Fee: $64.00
12C2 2 Cr
10/30-12/11
5:30-9:45 p.m.
08 305
W
Hoefer, Julie
MATH
MAT 060
FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC
Comprehensive instruction in basic arithmetic
including whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
ratio, proportion and percentages. Math
vocabulary and problem solving strategies
and approaches are taught. Prerequisite:
Appropriate COMPASS score is required.
5W14 5 Cr
9-9:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Hughes
5W15 5 Cr
11-11:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Hughes
5W16 5 Cr
12-12:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Hughes
5W17 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Staff
5W18 5 Cr
3-3:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Staff
MAT 081
MATH FOR TECHNICAL CAREERS
Solve problems dealing with fractions, decimals
and percents. Develop the concepts of ratio
and proportion, formula manipulation, and the
meaning of slope. Learn to perform operations
with algebraic expressions and solve linear
equations and linear inequalities. Includes
the properties of exponents, measurement
conversions, operations with polynomials,
an introduction to perimeter, area, and
volume of composite shapes and right triangle
trigonometry. Apply these concepts to
contextual situations related to the technical
field.
5W19 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
10-10:50 a.m.
10 122
5W20 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
2-2:50 p.m.
17 240
DAILY
Schmeling
DAILY
Sandoval
MAT 082
BASIC MATHEMATICS
Addresses basic operations with whole
numbers, fractions, and decimals, order
of operations, signed numbers, ratio and
proportion, percentages, geometric figures and
the U.S. and metric systems of measurement.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS
score or successful completion of MAT 60.
Additional Fee: $25.00
5W21 5 Cr
8-8:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Sandoval
5W22 5 Cr
9-9:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Staff
5W23 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
11-11:50 a.m.
10 118
DAILY
Mollas, Tula
5W24 5 Cr
1-1:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Mollas, Tula
5W25 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
2-2:50 p.m.
15 103
DAILY
Parnell, Sam
5W26 5 Cr
3-3:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Sandoval
SELF-PACED LABS
5W27 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
4-6:30 p.m.
15 103
MW
Herring, Bill
5W28 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
6:30-9 p.m.
15 103
TTh
Herring, Bill
5W29 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
9:10-10:50 a.m.
15 103
TWTh
Parnell, Sam
5W30 5 Cr
1:30-4 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC107
5W31 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
15 103
TTh
Staff
Sa
Parnell, Sam
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
MAT 091
INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA
Develops algebraic topics including algebraic
expressions, solving linear equations and
inequalities, coordinate graphing, systems
of equations, polynomials, factoring and
introduction to rational expressions.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS
placement score or successful completion of
MAT 82. Additional Fee: $25.00
5W32 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
5W33 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
12-12:50 p.m.
15 103
MAT 099
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
Algebraic operations and concepts, solving
equations and inequalities including quadratic
equations, rational expressions, exponents,
roots and radicals, graphing of linear and
quadratic functions, and introduction to
logarithms. Prerequisites: Appropriate
COMPASS or successful completion of MAT 91
is required. Additional Fee: $25.00
ARRANGED
Schmeling
5W43 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8-8:50 a.m.
15 103
DAILY
Staff
DAILY
Parnell, Sam
5W44 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
11-11:50 a.m.
15 103
DAILY
Staff
5W34 5 Cr
1-1:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Sandoval
5W45 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
5W35 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Sandoval
SELF-PACED LABS
5W36 5 Cr
3-3:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Staff
SELF-PACED LABS
5W46 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
4-6:30 p.m.
15 103
MW
Herring, Bill
5W47 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
6:30-9 p.m.
15 103
TTh
Herring, Bill
9:10-10:50 a.m.
15 103
TWTh
Parnell, Sam
5W37 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
4-6:30 p.m.
15 103
MW
Herring, Bill
5W48 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
5W38 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
6:30-9 p.m.
15 103
TTh
Herring, Bill
1:30-4 p.m.
5W49 5 Cr
9/23-12/12SHC107
5W39 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
9:10-10:50 a.m.
15 103
TWTh
Parnell, Sam
5W50 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
5W40 5 Cr
1:30-4 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC107
5W41 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
MAT 098
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
15 103
TTh
Staff
Sa
Parnell, Sam
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
Algebraic operations and concepts, solving
equations and inequalities including quadratic
equations, algebraic functions, exponents, roots
and radicals, graphing of linear and quadratic
functions, and logarithms. Prerequisite:
ASSET Intermediate Algebra score of at least
31; COMPASS Algebra score of at least 22; or
successful completion of MAT 091 is required.
5W42 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
4-6:30 p.m.
15 103
MW
Herring, Bill
ARRANGED
Schmeling
MAT 105
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
15 103
TTh
Staff
Sa
Parnell, Sam
MAT 105 MATH FOR INDUSTRIAL PROFESSIONS
Develops elements of algebra, geometry, metric
measure, and trigonometry to calculate areas,
volumes and angles for polygonal objects,
objects with smooth curves, and composite
objects, with applications to material strength
tapers, pulleys, gears, screw threads and
elementary engines. Scientific Calculator
required. Prerequisite: Appropriate
COMPASS score or successful completion of
MAT 91 is required.
0529 5 Cr
10-10:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
3-3:50 p.m.
0530 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
MAT 107
DAILY
Staff
DAILY
Herring, Bill
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
Covers discounts, markup and markdown,
payroll, simple and compound interest,
annuities, amortization payments, taxes,
insurance, and business statistics in an
algebra-based development. Scientific or
Business calculator required. Prerequisite:
Appropriate COMPASS score or successful
completion of MAT 91 is required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0531 5 Cr
11-11:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
0533 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
2-2:50 p.m.
15 103
DAILY
Debruyne
DAILY
Herring, Bill
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
MAT 108
MATH FOR HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
Covers solutions to linear equations and
quadratic equations with real roots, formulas;
U.S., metric and apothecary measurement;
calculation of dosages and intravenous fluid
infusions; solutions and dilutions, logarithms
and pH, elementary chemical calculations,
and elementary statistics including standard
deviation. Scientific calculator required.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS score
or successful completion of MAT 91 is required.
Additional Fee: $25.00.
0534 5 Cr
10-10:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Sweerus, Neil
11-11:50 a.m.
0535 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Sweerus, Neil
0536 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Sweerus, Neil
MAT 110
MATH FOR
NON-SCIENCE MAJORS
Covers a variety of topics including probability,
statistics, finance, modeling, sets and counting,
and exponential and logarithmic functions.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS score
or successful completion of MAT 99 is required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0537 5 Cr
9/26-12/04ONLINE
ARRANGED
WAOL
MATH&141 PRE CALCULUS I
Covers linear, quadratic, polynomial,
exponential, logarithmic, and inverse
functions and equations; linear and quadratic
inequalities, graphs of functions, and graphic
transformations. Graphing calculator required.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS
placement score or successful completion of
MATH& 99 is required.
0538 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Schmeling
MATH&142 PRE CALCULUS 2
Covers circular, trigonometric, and inversetrigonometric functions and graphs,
trigonometric and inverse trigonometric
identities, trigonometric equations, vectors
and elementary vector operations. Graphing
calculator required. Prerequisite:
Appropriate COMPASS placement score
or successful completion of MATH& 141 or
equivalent is required. Additional Fee:
$25.00
0539 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Schmeling
35
36
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
MATH&146 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
Descriptive and inferential statistics, including
measures of central tendency, dispersion
or variation, and skewness. The student is
introduced to basic concepts in probability,
as well as discrete and continuous probability
distribution functions. Statistical inference
includes sampling, elementary experimental
design, and hypothesis testing using normal,
student-t, and F distributions, linear
regression and correlation, and the Chi-square
distribution. Graphing calculator is required.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS
placement score or successful completion of
MATH& 99 is required.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0540 5 Cr
2-2:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
0541 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
DAILY
Debruyne
ARRANGED
Sweerus, Neil
MATERIAL SCIENCE
MS 103
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITE AND NDI
FOR COMPOSITES
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
DAILY
Staff
MS 110
BLUEPRINT READING AND SKETCHING
Introduces principals, terms, and definitions
of reading and understanding blueprints.
Additional Fee: $45.00
0922 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
DAILY
Staff
MS 125
FUNDAMENTALS OF METALLURGY
Provides an overview of metallurgy and its
application in industry. Topics covered include
metallographic sample preparation, hardness
and tensile testing, fundamentals of physical
metallurgy and heat treating. Additional Fee:
$45.00
0932 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
MS 140
STATISTICS FOR MATERIAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
Apply statistical concepts to the principles
of material testing. Topics in statistics
include analysis of data, measures of central
tendency and dispersion, probability and
theoretical frequency distributions, confidence
intervals and hypothesis testing for means
and proportions of samples, correlation and
regression, and statistical process control.
Additional Fee: $45.00
0942 3 Cr
12-1 p.m.
9/23-12/12TBD
NDT 110
MWTh
Debruyne
INTRODUCTION TO NDT
Provides an overview of terms, definitions,
and method overview of nondestructive
testing. Methods include: eddy current liquid
penetrant, magnetic particle, radiography, and
ultrasonic testing. Additional Fee: $45.00
0902 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
DAILY
Staff
NDT 120
VISUAL AND OPTICAL TESTING
Implement techniques and processes utilized
for nondestructive inspection of composite and
bonded materials. Learn theory, principles,
techniques and applications of NDI methods
for composite structures. Additional Fee:
$45.00
0912 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAILY
Staff
Students will learn to detect various
discontinuances related to power plant
industry, structural steel fabrication and
construction industry aerospace industry,
petro-chemical industry and manufacturing
processes. Additional Fee: $45.00
0952 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
NDT 125
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
DAILY
Cale, John
MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING
Learn proper magnetization techniques,
evaluate indications, interpret accept/reject
standards, and implement quality control
techniques. Students develop and write
procedures and inspect welds, castings, and
machined components. The course includes
extensive hands-on training in the magnetic
particle lab. Additional Fee: $45.00
0962 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
NDT 130
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
DAILY
Cale, John
LIQUID PENETRANT TESTING
Covers principles and practices of liquid
penetrant inspection. Learn why and when to
use various types of penetrant materials, and
the proper techniques necessary for reliable
inspection. The course addresses the evaluation
of liquid penetrant indications, interpreting
standards and specifications, and checking
penetrant system quality. Students review
fundamental liquid penetrant principles and
techniques, develop and write procedures, and
inspect welds, castings, forgings, and machined
components. Parts are evaluated according to
relevant codes and/or standards. Additional
Fee: $45.00
0972 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
25 103
DAILY
Cale, John
MEDIA DESIGN AND
PRODUCTION
MDP 114
TECHNOLOGY AND MULTI MEDIA PRODUCTION
Students will explore via lecture and research
the techniques used to design and create some
of today’s most compelling TV commercials
and advertisements using video production
and new media techniques. Students will
explore the history of how Media Design and
Production has gotten to the level it is at today.
Additional Fee: $100.00
8902 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
MDP 116
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
M
11 111W
Iverson [ENHANCED]
CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT
Explore the creative decision making process
by working with mock clients. Students will
explore, research, and develop content that
meets the client’s needs specifically geared
towards their product, company, or message.
Additional Fee: $100.00
8912 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
MDP 119
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
T
11 111W
Iverson [ENHANCED]
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Digital images are captured using technical
control of the digital camera’s depth
fields, light, clarity, motion, and memory
requirements. The selection of image content
and application of composition principles
are determined based on the photography
objectives of the final multimedia project.
Additional Fee: $100.00
8922 5 Cr
9/25-12/11
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
11 STUDA
W
Staff [ENHANCED]
MDP 123
DIGITAL IMAGING I: PHOTOSHOP
Introduces the fundamentals of Photoshop to
include basic tools, image editing, painting,
color correction and the creation, use,
and management of layers and channels.
Additional Fee: $100.00
8932 5 Cr
9/27-1211 107
MDP 201
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Staff F
[ENHANCED]
DIGITAL HD VIDEO
AND LIGHTING II
Students will use the skills they’ve learned to
create multiple video projects, ranging from
30 sec commercials, PSA s and corporate video
presentations. Additional Fee: $100.00
8942 5 Cr
9/25-12/11
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
W
11 111W
Iverson [ENHANCED]
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
MDP 203
DIGITAL HD VIDEO EDITING II
Student will explore more advanced editing
techniques such as: Multi camera edits,
designing within the static frame and moving
frame using multiple layers of video and
graphic elements. Color correction techniques
and working with advanced motion graphics
will also be explored. Additional Fee:
$100.00
8952 5 Cr
9/26-12/12
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Th
11 111W
Iverson [ENHANCED]
MDP 205
DIGITAL IMAGING II: PHOTOSHOP
Builds on the fundamentals of Photoshop
to enhance, alter, combine, and integrate
photos, images, type, and graphics using
advanced techniques in retouching, color
and tone adjustments, selections, blending
options, filtration, masking, sharpening, etc.
Additional Fee: $100.00
8962 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
M
11 107
Webster, Mark [ENHANCED]
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
MAP 105
Learn and demonstrate asepsis and infection
control, assist with minor office surgery.
Perform anthropometric measurements and
vital signs, physical examination, identify
instruments and equipment, and operate the
autoclave. Instruction and discussion also
includes the overall function of the medical
assistant within the healthcare team, including
legal responsibilities and limitations. College
and program policies and procedures are
extensively discussed. This course must be
successfully completed in order to proceed
in the program. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of CAH 102, CAH 103, & CAH 105,
or taken along with CAH 102, CAH 103, & CAH
105. Additional Fee: $25.00
MAP 125
MDP 207
DSLR SPECIAL EFFECTS AND TECHNIQUES
Students will use special effects hardware with
DSLR cameras including: glide cams, sliders,
time lapse intervalometers and macro lenses.
Some light editing will be included in Adobe
Premiere. Students will make several short
films in studio and on location. Prerequisite:
MDP 114, MDP 116, MDP 119, MDP 123, MDP
127, MDP 131, MDP 171, MDP 201. Additional
Fee: $100.00
8972 5 Cr
9/24-12/10
MDP 231
PROJECT
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
F
11 STUDA Webster, Mark [ENHANCED]
INDEPENDENT STUDY
Students prepare a project for their portfolio,
demonstrating all aspects of their specialization
area. Prerequisite: MDP 114, MDP 116, MDP
119, MDP 123, MDP 127, MDP 131, MDP 171,
MDP 201, MDP 203. Additional Fee: $98.75
8582 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
11 154
8992 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
MDP 239
ARRANGED
Moyer, John
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
M
11 111W
Iverson [ENHANCED]
INTERNSHIP
On-the-job practical field experience.
Apply classroom study to actual work
applications and assignments related to area
of specialization. Internships may be paid
or non-paid assignments and occur at on or
off-campus locations. Includes an arranged
seminar. Prerequisite: MDP 114, MDP 116,
MDP 119, MDP 123, MDP 127, MDP 131, MDP
171, MDP 201, MDP 203. Additional Fee:
$100.00
8982 5 Cr
9/23-12/09
9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
M
11 111W
Iverson [ENHANCED]
MAP 149
INTRODUCTION TO
MEDICAL ASSISTING
3802 4 Cr
1-3 p.m.
9/24-12/0321
TTh
Stroup [HYBRID]
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I
Caring for patients with disorders of the blood
and of the reproductive, endocrine, sensory,
and immune systems. Instruction will include
anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology,
pharmacology, and terminology. Instruction
and practical includes self-breast exam,
blood glucose monitoring, care and use of the
microscope, blood typing, cell identification
and staining along with practicing care and
usage of the otoscope, ear/eye exams, and
audiometry. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of all Quarter 1 courses. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $58.25
3812 7 Cr
10/07-12/10
MAP 148
12-3 p.m.
21
MTW
Jones, Michel [HYBRID]
HEALTH INSURANCE, CODING PRACTICES,
BILL & COLLECT
Acquire information regarding private
and public insurance programs. Practice
fundamental skills relating to ICD-9 and
CPT coding utilizing the computer and
specific software. Included are computerized
patient scheduling, and procedures for
accounts receivable management for both
private patients and insurance companies.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of all
Quarter 1 courses. Corequisite: MAP 162.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $44.00
3822 4 Cr
9/24-10/28
6:30-9 p.m.
21
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
MTWTh
Stroup [HYBRID]
MEDICAL ASSISTANT THEORY AND APPLICATIONS III
Caring for patients with disorders of the
nervous, cardiovascular, lymph, digestive
and urinary systems. Instruction will include
anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology,
pharmacology, and terminology. Instruction
also includes performing ECGs, physical and
chemical urinalysis, and UA slide preparation.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of
all Quarter 1 courses. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $58.25
3832 7 Cr
9/24-12/05
3:30-6 p.m.
21
TWTh
Stroup [HYBRID]
MAP 162
AUTOMATED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Practice fundamental skills relating to ICD9
and CPT coding, utilizing the computer.
Included are computerized patient scheduling,
and procedures for accounts receivable
management for both private patients
and insurance companies. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of all Quarter 1 courses
and completion of MAP 148. Corequisite:
MAP 148. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $39.25
3842 3 Cr
10/29-12/04
6:30-9 p.m.
21
MTWTh
Stroup [HYBRID]
MAP 167
PREPARATION FOR EXTERNSHIP
Demonstrate competencies of entry level skills
acquired throughout the Medical Assistant
Program. Each student will perform and must
pass the following skills: urinalysis, hematocrit,
blood pressure, workups, blood glucose check,
audio and visual exam, electrocardiogram,
telephone techniques, within the medical office,
the electronic record and chart management.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of all
Quarter 1 courses through MAP 168, excluding
MAP 221, 222, and 232. This course must be
taken the quarter immediately prior to taking
MAP 221. If more than one quarter passes
before beginning Quarter 5, students will have
to repeat this course. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $34.50
3852 2 Cr
10/04-11/22
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
F
21
Stroup [HYBRID]
MAP 168
BASIC COLLECTING AND FINANCIAL PRACTICES
Covers basics of accounting, bookkeeping,
and banking procedures. Provides the
foundation for the management of accounts
payable, financial records, and methods of
preparation for employee payroll and business
taxes. Includes expanded discussion on
manual procedures for accounts receivable
management for both private patients
and insurance companies. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of all Quarter 1 courses.
Recommend students meet prerequisites for
college-level math. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $53.50
3862 6 Cr
10/07-12/10
8-11 a.m.
21
MTW
Jones, Michel [HYBRID]
37
38
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
MAP 221
INVASIVE PROCEDURES
Introduction of intramuscular, subcutaneous,
and intradermal injections as well as
phlebotomy and microbiology. Also includes
calculation of dosages. Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Quarter 1 courses
through MAP 168, including general education
courses and compliance with the MAP
immunization policy and health insurance
policy. Co-requisites: MAP 222 and 232.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $50.00
3872 5 Cr
9/23-10/04
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
DAILY
21
Jones, Michel [ENHANCED]
Locate the major medical employers (including
hospitals) in the student’s community, along
with their human resource department. This
course also includes updating the résumé and
methods of applying for employment through a
variety of sources. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of all MAP courses, excluding
MAP 232. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $29.75
MAP 232
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
21
MTW
Stroup [HYBRID]
EXTERNSHIP
Capstone course gives students practical
experiences in physician offices and clinics.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of all
MAP courses, excluding MAP 222. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $25.00
3892 10 Cr
10/07-12/0421
ARRANGED
Jones [ENHANCED]
MEDICAL HISTOLOGY
HISTO105
ORIENTATION TO
HISTOLOGY LAB
Introduces laboratory and chemical safety
as well as universal precautions. Covers
basic overview of standard histology
instrumentation, quality control procedures,
specimen accessioning, record keeping,
and documentation. Explores laboratory
and personnel certification requirements.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL
118, CHEM& 110, and ENGL& 101. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $55.00
5602 2 Cr
9/23-09/30
HISTO110
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
21 237
DAILY
Haggerty [ENHANCED]
HISTO TECHNOLOGY I
Explores the theory and principles of
fixation, processing, embedding, sectioning,
and coverslipping of tissue sections.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL
118, CHEM& 110, and ENGL& 101.Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $55.00
5612 10 Cr
10/01-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
21 237
HISTO115
HISTO TECHNOLOGY LAB I
Explores work in a simulated histology
laboratory located on the campus. During this
course, students will have hands-on training in
basic grossing techniques, as well as in-depth
training in processing, embedding, and cutting
of tissue sections. Students will also learn to
identify basic tissue structures using a light
microscope. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $55.00
5622 5 Cr
10/01-12/12
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
21 237
DAILY
Haggerty [ENHANCED]
MEDICAL LABORATORY
TECHNICAN
MAP 222
COMMUNITY
EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES
AND LOCATIONS
3882 1 Cr
12/06-12/11
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAILY
Haggerty [ENHANCED]
MLT 221
BODY FLUIDS
Introduces the production, collection, and
analyses of various body fluids, including
Cerebro-Spinal and Synovial fluids. This
lecture-only course is presented on Wednesday
afternoons during the fall quarter clinical
phase. Prerequisite: MLT 218. Additional
Fee: $25.00 [HYBRID]
4802 1 Cr
10/16-12/04
MLT 227
12-3 p.m.
21 222
W
Guinn, Dana
CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
Beginning with an overview of the digestive
system, students will study the relationship
between blood levels of many substances
and normal-versus-abnormal physiology. In
the student laboratory, manual and semiautomated procedures are performed for the
assay of many commonly-measured blood
components. Preventative maintenance of
instruments, troubleshooting, and quality
assurance are stressed throughout the
course. This course is offered fall quarter.
Prerequisite: MLT 223. Additional Fee:
$25.00 [HYBRID]
4812 8 Cr
9/23-12/11
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
21 222
DAILY
Guinn, Dana
MLT 232
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I
Begin the clinical phase of training in an
affiliated laboratory. During this course,
students will complete eight weeks of the
experience. In the next courses (MLT 235 and
236), they will continue training for eleven
more weeks. Over the course of the nineteen
weeks of clinical training, the students will
rotate through all departments and perform
current routine procedures by state-of-the-art
methodologies. Appropriate amounts of time
are spent working in each particular discipline;
to accomplish this, some students rotate
through two or three different laboratories.
Students are directly supervised by staff of the
affiliated laboratory; there is ongoing contact
with the instructor in the form of weekly sitevisits and Wednesday afternoon class sessions.
A report of No Record on File regarding
crimes against persons from the Washington
State Patrol is required for participation in
this training. This course is offered during fall
quarter. Prerequisite: MLT 218. Additional
Fee: $25.00 [HYBRID]
4822 11 Cr
10/14-12/04
ARR
OFFCAMP
DAILY
Guinn, Dana
MUSIC
MUSC&105 MUSIC APPRECIATION
Learn about elements of music, that is, the
building blocks: pitch, melody, harmony,
rhythm, texture, timbre and dynamics and
study the evolution of music through the ages.
Prerequisite: Appropriate COMPASS/SLEP
score; or successful completion of ENG 094 is
required. Additional Fee: $25.00
0543 5 Cr
9/26-12/04ONLINE
ARRANGED
WAOL
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
NURSING ASSISTANT
NAC 101
NURS 116 NURSING SKILLS FUNDAMENTALS
NURSING ASSISTANT THEORY
The Nursing Assistant Certified Program
prepares students for employment as a basic
patient care provider under the supervision
of a professional licensed provider such
as a Registered Nurse. This course is an
introduction to the role and responsibilities
of being a Nursing Assistant and includes the
following topics: resident/work environment,
infection control, HIV/AIDS training,
special needs of the elderly, communication
and interpersonal skills, body systems
(including introduction to key anatomical,
physiological, and pathological terms), CPR
training, documentation responsibilities,
residents rights, long-term care setting, legal/
ethical issues, stages of death and dying and
HIPPA training. This course will meet the
didactic portion of Washington State and
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA)
requirements for Nursing Assistant training
Prerequisites: documentation of required
immunizations and no record on file for
crimes against children or vulnerable adults
from the Washington State Patrol and DSHS.
This occupation requires medium physical
activity and lifting/handling objects weighing
10-25 pounds (occasionally up to 50 pounds).
Nursing assistants are often standing for long
periods of time. For safety and protection of
patients, the student nurse must be able to
perform basic cardiac life support, including
CPR, and function in stressful and/or
emergency situations. Students must be able
to safely assist a patient in moving from bed
to a chair, commode, or cart. Students must
sign an affidavit that they meet the physical
requirements before they can be placed in a
clinical setting. Additional Fee: $70.00
NS02 6 Cr
8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
9/23-10/1721
NS12 6 Cr
9/23-9/17
8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
21
TWTh
Hernandez
TWTh
Sword, Yvette
NAC 106
UNIT BASED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
Prepares students for employment as a basic
patient care provider under the supervision
of professional licensed providers such as a
Registered Nurse. The course includes content
describing principles of documentation,
accurate observation and reporting of resident’s
conditions and philosophy of restorative
nursing program as well as clinical practice
experience under the supervision of the NAC
instructor. Additional Fee: $10.00
NS22 2 Cr
11/14-12/04OFFCAMP
NS32 2 Cr
11/14-12/04
OFFCAMP
ARRANGED
Hernandez
ARRANGED
Sword, Yvette
Prepares students for employment as a basic
patient care provider under the supervision
of professional licensed providers such as a
Registered Nurse. The course includes content
describing principles of providing basic patient
care and includes the minimum requirements
for skill competencies as required under
the Washington State and Omnibus Budget
Reconciliation Act (OBRA) requirements
for the Nursing Assistant Training. Students
must correctly “return-demonstrate” all steps
of all skills taught prior to advancing to NAC
106 Unit Based Clinical Rotation. Mandatory
attendance is required for this course. At the
end of the Unit Based Clinical Rotation NAC
106, the student is required to pass the “skills
testing” portion of this course by successfully
completing 100 % of each step for each skill
tested. Prerequisites: Documentation of
required immunizations and no record on
file from the Washington State Patrol and
DSHS. Successful completion of NAC 101.
This occupation requires medium physical
activity and lifting/handling objects weighing
10-25 pounds (occasionally up to 50 pounds).
Nursing assistants are often standing for long
periods of time. For safety and protection of
patients, the student nurse must be able to
perform basic cardiac life support, including
CPR, and function in stressful and/or
emergency situations. Students must be able
to safely assist a patient in moving from bed
to a chair, commode, or cart. Students must
sign an affidavit that they meet the physical
requirements before they can be placed in a
clinical setting. Additional Fee: $70.00
NS42 5 Cr
10/21-12/12
7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
21 LAB
MT
Hernandez
NS52 5 Cr
10/23-12/12
7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
21 LAB
WTh
Sword, Yvette
NURSING ASSISTANT I-BEST
NAC 119
NURSING ASSISTANT
THEORY I I-BEST
Introduction to the role and responsibilities
of a Nursing Assistant. Includes the following
topics: resident/work environment, infection
control, special needs of the elderly,
communication and interpersonal skills, body
systems (introduction to key anatomical,
physiological and pathological terms),
documentation responsibilities, residents’
rights, long-term care setting, legal/ethical
issues, stages of death and dying. This course
will meet the didactic portion of Washington
State and Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
(OBRA) requirements for Nursing Assistant
Training. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $60.00
NS2N 6 Cr
9/23-1121
4-8 p.m.
TBD
TWTh
Collar, Shari
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
NAC 129
39
NURSING ASSISTANT
THEORY II I-BEST
Covers infection control, documentation
responsibilities, First Aid & CPR training,
HIPAA, and HIV training. This course will meet
the didactic portion of Washington State and
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA)
requirements for Nursing Assistant Training.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $60.00
NS2T 3 Cr
11/14-12/11
4-8 p.m.
21 TBD
TWTh
Collar, Shari
NURSING PRACTICAL—
NURSING
NURS 102
ISSUES AND TRENDS IN NURSING I
Explores the healthcare system and the
profession of nursing with emphasis on care
of clients in a multicultural environment.
The student will develop an understanding of
the legal and ethical issues in nursing, levels
of nursing education, and the functions and
role of the practical nurse. The nurse-client
relationship is also discussed. The student will
utilize research and writing skills to discuss
a nursing-related topic. Prerequisites:
Admission to Nursing program. [ENHANCED].
Additional Fee: $120.00
8002 3 Cr
12-3 p.m.
9/23-12/1221
NURS 109
W
Anderson
NUTRITION FOR NURSING
Focuses on basic nutritional concepts. The
student is introduced to the role of nutrition in
promoting, achieving, and maintaining healthy
lifestyles. The course emphasizes the use of the
nursing process to provide teaching for clients
with consideration of developmental stages,
cultures, lifestyles, and socioeconomic status.
Prerequisite: Admission to Practical Nursing
program. [ENHANCED] Additional Fee:
$25.00
8022 3 Cr
8-11 a.m.
9/23-12/1221
NURS 112
M
Dyer
BASIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND NURSING SKILLS I
Provides opportunity of laboratory
demonstration and supervised practice of
nursing skills discussed in NURS 110 and 113.
The student will demonstrate competence
in performance of selected skills, utilizing
principles taught. During laboratory practice,
student utilizes simulated equipment and
classmates as patients. Prerequisite:
Admission to Practical Nursing program.
[ENHANCED]. Additional Fee: $89.00
8042 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
21 LAB
ThF
Cooper
40
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
NURS 113
ESSENTIALS OF NURSING
Introduces the beginning LPN student to
the essential nursing concepts of therapeutic
communication, infection control, the nursing
process, principles of caring, promoting
comfort, and patient safety. Prerequisite:
Admission to Practical Nursing program.
[ENHANCED]. Additional Fee: $210.00
8012 3 Cr
12-3 p.m.
9/23-12/1221
NURS 115
M
Bahrt
HEALTH ASSESSMENT
AND PROMOTION
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
NURS 149
CLINICAL PRACTICUM I
Provides an opportunity for the student to
provide care to clients in long-term care, acute,
and community settings. Experience involves
direct client care, nursing procedures, and
administration of medications to diverse clients
of every stage of life. Focus is on safe nursing
practice, nursing process, communication,
documentation, and client teaching
[ENHANCED]. Additional Fee: $39.00
8082 5 Cthe r
ARR
9/23-12/12OFFCAMP
Focuses on the acquisition of skills needed to
obtain a complete physical health assessment
of a client. The importance of therapeutic
communication in performing a health
assessment is emphasized. The nursing process
and its relationship to the prevention and
early detection of disease are also emphasized.
Prerequisite: Admission to Practical Nursing
program [ENHANCED]. Additional Fee:
$25.00
NURS 153
8032 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
8092 5 Cr
ARR
9/23-12/12OFFCAMP
NURS 122
8-11 a.m.
21
W
Cooper, Lara
PRE-PHARMACOLOGY
Prepares the student for calculation of drug
dosages in order to accurately prepare and
administer medications to a varied client
population. Basic principles for client safety are
reviewed. [ENHANCED]. Additional Fee:
$25.00
8052 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
NURS 135
8-11 a.m.
21
T
Lazarus, Bren
GERIATRIC NURSING
Provides a review of issues related to aging.
Topics covered include demographics, attitudes
toward aging, development of the older
adult, biological theories of aging, normal
physiological changes, problems of special
populations, cultural considerations, and
nursing management in care of the older adult.
End of life care is also included. Prerequisite:
Admission to Practical Nursing program
Additional Fee: $25.00 [ENHANCED]
8062 3 Cr
12-3 p.m.
9/23-12/1221
NURS 136
T
Staff
MEDICAL-SURGICAL
NURSING II
Focuses on use of the nursing process in care
of clients with selected health disturbances.
Emphasis is given to psychological,
sociocultural, and developmental factors.
Pharmacologic and nutritional consideration
and client teaching are integrated.
Prerequisites: NURS 102, 109, 112, 113,
115, 119, 120, 124, 125, 128, 130, 132, 135.
[ENHANCED]. Additional Fee: $25.00
8072 6 Cr
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
9/23-12/1221
M
Westberry
TWThF
Bahrt
CLINICAL PRACTICUM II
Provides an opportunity for the student to
provide care to clients in long-term care, acute,
and community settings. Experience involves
direct client care, nursing procedures, and
administration of medications to diverse clients
of every stage of life. Focus is on safe nursing
practice, nursing process, communication,
documentation, and client teaching.
[ENHANCED]. Additional Fee: $39.00
TWThF
Cooper
PHARMACOLOGY FOR PROFESSIONAL NURSING
Examines the nursing process as it relates to
pharmacology. Basic math skills necessary for
safe dosage calculation are reviewed. Course
includes pharmacology principles, drug
action, interaction, adverse effects, and legal
considerations. Nursing implications of drug
classifications are emphasized. Additional
Fee: $25.00
2512 5 Cr
4-9 p.m.
9/23-12/1221pe
NURS 210
W
Fordham,
TRANSITIONING TO PROFESSIONAL NURSING
Introduces the practicing Licensed Practical
Nurse (LPN) to the role differentiation
between the LPN and the Registered Nurse
(RN). This course provides the foundations
of critical thinking, the change process, role
transition, and provides further knowledge
of the nursing process. Introduction to
the concept of the RN as provider of care,
manager of care, and member of a professional
discipline. Prerequisites: Student must be
a Washington State LPN with an unrestricted
license, and must have completed 500
hours of employment as an LPN. Academic
prerequisites for the RN program (with a B
or better): ENGL& 101, BIOL& 241, BIOL&
242, BIOL& 260, CHEM& 121, MATH& 141 or
MATH& 146, PSYCH& 100, and PSYCH& 200.
Additional Fee: $120.00
2502 2 Cr
4-5 p.m.
9/23-12/1221
T
Edwards
ADVANCED HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND
NURSING SKILLS
Focuses on the acquisition of skills needed to
obtain a complete physical health assessment
of a client. The importance of therapeutic
communication in performing a health
assessment is emphasized. The nursing process
and its relationship to the prevention and
early detection of disease are also emphasized.
Prerequisites: Admission to Associate Degree
in Nursing (ADN) program. Additional Fee:
$225.00
2522 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
5-7 p.m.
21 LAB
TTh
Edwards
PASTRY ARTS
BAKE 105
CHOCOLATE I
Explores the different types of chocolate
used in making assorted treats, candies and
garnishes. Various methods of tempering,
chocolate decorating, fudges, truffles and other
candies will be identified. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $73.75
3502 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
NURSING RN-OPTION
NURS 208
NURS 211
BAKE 111
4-11:30 a.m.
31 100
DAILY
Newman
DECORATING
Introduces students to cake and pastry
decorating. Techniques in assembling,
masking, tooling handling and piping skill will
be addressed. More elaborate cakes using color
design along with reinforcement of structure
will be used. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $64.25
3512 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
BAKE 117
4-11:30 a.m.
31 100
DAILY
Newman
FROZEN DESSERTS
Explores the world of frozen desserts. Students
will learn about dairy based frozen desserts
such as ice cream, gelato, and sherbet, nondairy desserts that include sorbets and granitas
as well as aerated still-frozen desserts such as
parfaits, bombes, semifreddo, frozen soufflés
and mousses. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $64.25
3522 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
BAKE 120
4 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
31 100
DAILY
Newman
YEAST BREADS
Introduces students to the techniques used with
starters and yeasts. Students will demonstrate
how to cultivate yeast, proper proofing and
baking techniques along with completing a
variety of yeast breads. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $83.25
3532 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
4-11:30 a.m.
31 100
DAILY
Newman
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
BAKE 210
CAKES II
PT 130
Introduces students to advanced cakes such as
high ratio, chiffon cakes and torts along with
buttercream icings and fondant. Temperature
and environmental factors in cake making
will also be covered. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $64.25
3542 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
4-11:30 a.m.
31 100
DAILY
Newman
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
PT 121INTRODUCTION
TO PHARMACY &
PHARMACY LAW
Orients students to the work of pharmacy
technicians and the context in which
technicians’ work is performed. Study of
pharmacy law, as it pertains to the practice
of pharmacy in the state of Washington
compared to the United States as a whole.
Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED.
Computer literate. Ability to speak, read,
and write the English language. Successful
completion of Math 107, 108, or 109, or higher.
Successful completion of a 5 credit Medical
Terminology course. Successful completion
of CAH 105 Computer Applications. All
courses must be completed with a B or above.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $25.00
2702 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
PT 124
ARRANGED
Autry, Trisha
PHARMACOLOGY PART I
Explores drug action mechanisms, the routes
of administration, and the effects on body
systems. Emphasis on the uses, effects,
and side effects of the major drug classes.
Prerequisite: Same as PT 121. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $23.75
2712 5 Cr
2:30-3 p.m.
9/23-12/1221
LAB
PT 128
M,W
Autry [HYBRID]
1:30-3 p.m.
T
PHARMACOLOGY PART II
Continues the exploration of drug action
mechanisms, the routes of administration,
and the effects on body systems. Emphasis on
the uses, effects, and side effects of the major
drug classes and the systems they are used on.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of PT
121, PT 124, PT 130, PT 144 and PT 156 with a
grade of B or above. Additional Fee: $48.75
2722 5 Cr
7:30-10 a.m.
9/25-12/12
W
Sparks, M [HYBRID]
COMMUNITY
PHARMACY PRACTICE
Introduces the retail pharmacy experience.
Prescription filling with counting, keyboarding,
packaging, stocking and labeling will be
covered. Customer service will be explored.
Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED.
Computer literate. Ability to speak, read,
and write the English language. Successful
completion of Math 107, 108, or 109, or higher.
Successful completion of a 5 credit Medical
Terminology course. Successful completion
of CAH 105 Computer Applications. All
courses must be completed with a B or above.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $53.50
2732 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
PT 144
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
21 226
MW
Autry [HYBRID]
GENERIC DRUG
NAMES PART I
Introduces the top 200 drugs prescribed in the
United States each year. Prerequisites: High
school diploma or GED. Computer literate.
Ability to speak, read, and write the English
language. Successful completion of Math 107,
108, or 109, or higher. Successful completion
of a 5 credit Medical Terminology course.
Successful completion of CAH 105 Computer
Applications. All courses must be completed
with a B or above. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $39.25
2742 3 Cr
9/24-12/12
12:30-1:30 p.m.
T
21
Autry, Trisha [HYBRID]
PT 148
CLINICAL CAPSTONE RESEARCH
Discover local pharmacies and the
requirements for internship. Explore
professional conduct and appearance. Prepare
for National Certification. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of PT 121, PT 144,
PT 124, PT 130 & PT 156 with a B or above.
Additional Fee: $44.00
2752 4 Cr
9/25-12/11
PT 151
12-1:30 p.m.
21 W
Sparks, M [HYBRID]
HOSPITAL PRACTICE
Introduces formularies, manual and electronic
distribution systems, and procedures for
hospital practice. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of PT 121, PT 144, PT 124, PT 130
& PT 156 with a B or above. Additional Fee:
$53.50
2762 6 Cr
7:30-11:30 a.m.
9/24-12/1221 PT 153
TTh
Sparks, M [HYBRID]
7:30-8:30 a.m.
21
41
PT 156
PHARMACEUTICAL CALCULATIONS
Math specific to the practice of pharmacy will
be explored. Prerequisite: Same as PT 121.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $34.50
2772 2 Cr
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
T
9/24-12/12
Autry, Trisha [HYBRID]
PT 159
STERILE PARENTERAL PRODUCT PREPARATIONS
Apply the techniques learned to make sterile
intravenous admixture and chemotherapy
products. Prerequisite: Successful
completion of PT 121, PT 144, PT 124, PT 130
& PT 156 with a B or above. Additional Fee:
$39.25
2792 3 Cr
9/24-12/12
PT 163
12-1:30 p.m.
TTh
21 226
Sparks, M [HYBRID]
COMMUNITY PHARMACY CLINICAL CAPSTONE
Students will spend 5 weeks in a Community
Pharmacy setting. While in this capstone
experience, student will perform the duties of
a community pharmacy technician under the
direct supervision of a pharmacist. There will
be ongoing contact with the Instructor in the
form of site visits and seminars. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of all in-class pharmacy
technician requirements with grades of B or
above in all courses. Additional Fee: $39.00
27A2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
21
ARRANGED
Sparks/Autry [HYBRID]
PT 165
INSTITUTIONAL CLINICAL CAPSTONE
Students will spend 5 weeks in an Institutional
pharmacy setting. While in this capstone
experience, students will perform the duties of
an institutional pharmacy technician under the
direct supervision of a pharmacist. There will
be ongoing contact with the Instructor in the
form of site visits and seminars. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of all in-class pharmacy
technician requirements with grades of B or
above in all courses. Additional Fee: $39.00
27B2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
21
ARRANGED
Sparks/Autry [HYBRID]
PHYSICS
PHYS&114 GENERAL PHYSICS
GENERIC DRUG
NAMES PART II
Continues the exploration of the top 200 drugs
prescribed in the United States each year,
adding a component of drugs used specifically
in the hospital setting. Prerequisite:
Successful completion of PT 121, PT 144,
PT 124, PT 130 & PT 156 with a B or above.
Additional Fee: $39.25
2782 3 Cr
9/24-12/12
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
T
Sparks, M [HYBRID]
Covers problem-solving concepts in physics
including, vectors and motion, force,
momentum, work, energy, rotational motion,
simple machines, universal gravitation,
matter, fluids, temperature and heat transfer.
Prerequisite: MATH 99. Additional Fee:
$23.75
0514 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
3-3:50 p.m.
10 111
LAB
3-5 p.m.
MW
Debruyne
TTh
42
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
PROFESSIONAL PILOT
AVP 105
AVP 135
PRIVATE PILOT I
Training in basic aircraft control, aircraft
systems, airport procedures, and traffic pattern
operations. Prerequisite: FAA Class II
Medical with Student Pilot Certificate prior to
the first day of class. Additional Fee: $19.00
5102 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 110
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
PRIVATE PILOT II
Covers aircraft control, establishing and
maintaining specific flight altitudes, and
ground reference maneuvers. Prerequisite:
AVP 105 or equivalent. Additional Fee:
$19.00
5112 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 115
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
PRIVATE PILOT III
Basic performance maneuvers, traffic pattern
procedures, and takeoffs and landings. Upon
successful completion, the student shall
solo the aircraft. Prerequisite: AVP 110 or
equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
5122 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 118
12-3 p.m.
SHC101
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
PRIVATE PILOT PRACTICAL TEST STANDARDS I
5162 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 138
5172 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 140
PRIVATE PILOT IV
5142 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 130
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
PRIVATE PILOT V
Provides the knowledge, skill, and aeronautical
experience necessary to read and understand
disseminated weather reports and forecasts.
Meets the requirements for cross country
navigation and basic instrument flight.
Prerequisite: AVP 125 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
5152 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
51D2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 170
51F2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT II
Perform precision altitude instrument flight,
including advanced navigation techniques
and procedures. Prerequisite: AVP 140 or
equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
AVP 150
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT III
Apply advanced navigation techniques and
perform holding pattern entry procedures.
Prerequisite: AVP 145 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
AVP 152
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT
PRACTICE III
Receive additional flight and ground training
as required to meet pilot certification
requirements. Perform holding patterns
and instrument approach procedures.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in AVP 150
or equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
51B2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 155
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT IV
Perform holding patterns and instrument
approach procedures. Prerequisite: AVP 150
or equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
51C2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT VI
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT I
51G2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 145
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
Gain the proficiency to meet the requirements
necessary for FAA Instrument-Airplane
Rating. Prerequisite: AVP 160 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
5182 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
51A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
Introduces knowledge, skill and aeronautical
experience necessary to successfully complete
the navigation and cross country flight portion
of flight training. Prerequisite: AVP 115 or
equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
PRIVATE PILOT PRACTICAL TEST STANDARDS II
INSTRUMENT PILOT V
Perform cross-country flight utilizing
advanced navigation procedures. Utilize
ATC communication procedures and
conduct instrument departures, arrivals,
and approaches. Prerequisite: AVP 155 or
equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
AVP 172
5132 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 125
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
AVP 160
Introduces skills that will establish a strong
foundation in basic altitude instrument
flying and basic instrument navigation.
Prerequisite: FAA Private Pilot Certificate.
Additional Fee: $19.00
5192 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
Receive additional flight and ground training
as required to meet pilot certification
requirements. Additional Fee: $19.00
Receive additional flight and ground training
as required to meet pilot certification
requirements. Introduces knowledge, skill,
and aeronautical experience necessary to
successfully complete the navigation and
cross country flight portion of flight training.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in AVP 115
or equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
12-3 p.m.
SHC105
PRIVATE PILOT VI
Gain the proficiency to meet the requirements
necessary for FAA Private Pilot Certification
with an Airplane Category and Single-Engine
Class Rating. Prerequisite: AVP 130 or
equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
INSTRUMENT PILOT PRACTICAL STANDARDS IV
Receive additional flight and ground training
as required to meet pilot certification
requirements. Additional Fee: $19.00
AVP 175
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT I
Acquire initial VFR cross-country flight
training. Pilotage, dead-reckoning, and radio
navigation will be covered. Prerequisite: FAA
Private Pilot Certificate, Instrument-Airplane
Rating. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $19.00
51H2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 180
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT II
Receive additional VFR cross-country flight
training. Additional flight training will
encompass mountain flying techniques and
local night flight operations. Prerequisite:
AVP 175 or equivalent. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $19.00
51J2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 185
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT III
Receive final training in VFR cross-country
flight and night operations. The necessary
cross-country flight hours required for
Commercial Pilot Certification will be
completed. Prerequisite: AVP 180 or
equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
51K2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
AVP 210
COMMERCIAL PILOT IV
Receive initial flight and ground training
in high performance Commercial Pilot
Certification maneuvers. Flight maneuver
training includes chandelles, lazy eights,
steep power turns, and accuracy landings.
Prerequisite: Grade of “C” or better in AVP
185 or equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
51L2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 215
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT V
Gain additional aeronautical knowledge and
flying skills necessary for the performance
of advanced precision flight maneuvers.
Prerequisite: AVP 210 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
51M2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 220
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT VI
AVP 240
51S2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 245
51T2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 250
51N2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
51U2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
COMMERCIAL PILOT PRACTICAL STANDARDS V
AVP 255
AVP 223
Receive additional flight and ground training
as required to meet pilot certification
requirements. Additional Fee: $19.00
51P2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 230
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT VII
Operate a high-performance aircraft with
retractable landing gear and constant speed
propeller. Basic flight maneuvers and aircraft
systems will be covered. Prerequisite:
Grade of “C” or better AVP 220 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
51Q2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 235
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT VIII
Operate a high-performance aircraft with
retractable landing gear and constant speed
propeller. Advanced flight maneuvers as well
as emergency procedures will be mastered.
Prerequisite: AVP 230 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
51R2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT X
Receive initial preparative training to increase
aeronautical skills and experience to meet the
requirements for the issuance of a Commercial
Pilot Certificate. Prerequisite: Grade of “C”
or better in AVP 240 or equivalent. Instructor
permission required. Additional Fee: $19.00
Receive advanced training in all of the required
Commercial Pilot Certification maneuvers.
Flying proficiency in these maneuvers will meet
the requirements set forth in the FAA Practical
Test Standards. Prerequisite: AVP 215 or
equivalent. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $19.00
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
COMMERCIAL PILOT IX
Operate a high-performance aircraft with
retractable landing gear and constant speed
propeller. Increase proficiency in advance flight
maneuvers and emergency procedures. Obtain
logbook endorsement for the operation of High
Performance Airplanes. Prerequisite: AVP
235 or equivalent. Additional Fee: $19.00
8-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT XI
Receive additional preparative training to
increase aeronautical skills and experience to
meet the requirements for the issuance of a
Commercial Pilot Certificate. Prerequisite:
AVP 245 or equivalent. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $19.00
8 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT XII
Receive final advanced preparative training
to increase aeronautical skills and experience
to meet the requirements for the issuance of a
Commercial Pilot Certificate. Prerequisite:
AVP 250 or equivalent. Additional Fee:
$19.00
51V2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 257
8 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
COMMERCIAL PILOT PRACTICAL STANDARDS VI
Receive additional flight and ground training
as required to meet pilot certification
requirements. Receive initial training in
teaching and learning theory as well as overall
review of commercial pilot aeronautical
knowledge subject areas. Student will be
trained to fly the aircraft from the right seat
to Commercial Pilot Practical Test Standards.
Prerequisite: FAA Commercial Pilot,
Airplane Certificate, and Instrument Airplane
Rating. Additional Fee: $19.00
51W2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
AVP 260
CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR I
Receive initial training in teaching and learning
theory as well as overall review of commercial
pilot aeronautical knowledge subject areas.
Prerequisite: FAA Commercial Pilot;
Airplane Certificate and Instrument Airplane
Rating. Additional Fee: $19.00
51X2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
AVP 265
8 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR II
Master proper teaching techniques from the
right seat of the training aircraft. Develop
proficiency in conducting aeronautical
knowledge briefings. Successful completion will
result when knowledge and proficiency meet
and/or exceed FAA Practical Test Standards.
Prerequisite: AVP 260 or equivalent.
Additional Fee: $19.00
51Y2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
AVP 268
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR
Acquire the aeronautical knowledge, skills, and
experience necessary to meet the requirements
for an FAA Instrument Flight Instructor rating.
Prerequisite: FAA Commercial Pilot-Airplane
Certificate with Instrument Airplane Rating
Certified Flight Instructor-Airplane Certificate.
Additional Fee: $19.00
51Z2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
8 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHC105
DAILY
Coyner, Bill
PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 112
PSYCHOLOGY OF THE WORKPLACE
Introduces general psychological principles and
their application to the workplace, emphasizing
critical thinking with regard to self-awareness,
interpersonal relations, motivation, and
teamwork. Prerequisite: COMPASS
Reading Score of at least 81, equivalent SLEP
score or successful completion of ENG 094.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0553 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
0554 5 Cr
11 a.m.-11:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
ARRANGED
Wheeler, Mike
DAILY
Staff
43
44
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
PSYC&100 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Surveys the knowledge and methods of the
discipline of psychology. A broad view of
this subject is presented and establishes the
foundation for further study of the discipline.
Emphasis will be placed upon the application
of psychological knowledge to daily situations,
and upon accessing and assessing information
about behavior from a variety of sources. Skills
in scientific reasoning and critical thinking
will be developed. Prerequisite: Appropriate
COMPASS/SLEP placement score or successful
completion of ENG 094. Additional Fee:
$25.00
0544 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Wheeler, Mike
0546 5 Cr
8 a.m.-8:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Wheeler, Mike
9 a.m.-9:50 a.m.
DAILY
0547 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
Rose-Pennisi [HYBRID]
0548 5 Cr
11 a.m.-11:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Wheeler, Mike
0549 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Rose-Pennisi
0550 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
1-1:50 p.m.
17 230
0551 5 Cr
1:15-3:45 p.m.
9/23-12/12SHC107
DAILY
Staff
MW
Lingenfelter
0552 5 Cr
3-3:50 p.m.
9/23-12/12
0545 5 Cr
9/26-12/04ONLINE
DAILY
Staff
ARRANGED
WAOL
PSYC&200 LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY
Abnormal Psychology addresses the
development, symptoms, and treatment of
psychological and personality disorders.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
PSYC& 100 or PSY 112. Additional Fee:
$25.00
0556 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Staff
0557 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Sperry, David
0558 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Sperry, David
0555 5 Cr
9/26-12/04ONLINE
ARRANGED
WAOL
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
RESTAURANT OPERATIONS
REST 137
REST 107
KITCHEN AND DINING MANAGEMENT
Students will learn how to communicate,
lead, and manage different types of people.
This entails how to hire and fire, inventory
control, writing job descriptions, and creating
performance reviews for both front and back
of the house. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $89.25
3272 3 Cr
9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
9/25-12/1131
REST 112
WThF
Jolly
RESTAURANT DINING
Familiarizes the student with all aspects of
running a casual style dining room which is
open to the public. Included are opening/
closing procedures, table set-up, customer
service techniques, and leadership, sanitation,
and safety procedures. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $108.25
3282 7 Cr
9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
9/25-12/1131
REST 122
WThF
Jolly
FOOD SERVICE NUTRITION
Learn the basics of food service nutrition for
culinary professionals. This class will teach
students about the biological process that
occurs as you eat, what constitutes a healthy
diet, and the structure and function of foods.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $19.00
3292 4 Cr
9/26-12/12
REST 126
7 a.m.-9AM
37 022
ThF
Jolly
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
Prepares students to understand, interpret,
and analyze financial statements, budgeting,
cash flow, and cash management. This gives
students a chance to become familiar with
financial statements prior to entering the
workforce so they have a working knowledge
in this area. Instructor permission required.
Additional Fee: $19.00
32A2 4 Cr
9/23-12/09
7 a.m.-9AM
37 022
MTW
Jolly
REST 131
BUSINESS PLAN DEVELOPMENT
Develop a restaurant concept from start to
finish, including a hands-on look at how to
develop a business plan to present to possible
investors. Students will practice decision
making and problem solving skills through
creating and planning their own concept.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $94.00
32B2 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
37 022
REST 133
ARRANGED
Jolly
BEVERAGE SERVICE
Learn to set up and manage a beverage service
operation successfully. Includes the history of
bar service, beverage making ingredients and
processes, and safety and sanitation in the bar.
Instructor permission required. Additional
Fee: $75.00
32C2 4 Cr
9/23-12/09
9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
37 022
M
Jolly
HOSPITALITY LAW
Learn about laws affecting the hospitality
industry on both a national and state level. This
class will look at operating an establishment
according to government regulations regarding
sales, civil rights, liability, administration
issues, and organization. Instructor permission
required. Additional Fee: $75.00
32D2 4 Cr
9/24-12/10
9 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
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RETAIL
CAS 105
KEYBOARDING
Use computers to develop touch control and
proper keyboarding techniques; introduction to
basic word processing functions.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5702 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ARRANGED
ONLINE
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 121
SUCCESSFUL CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Participate in self-analysis, goal setting,
career exploration, personal appearance
and grooming, résumé writing, application
letter writing, the employment interview,
communication of ideas, interviewing practice,
and other techniques of successful career
development.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
57D2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 126
FUNDAMENTALS OF RETAIL MATHEMATICS
Implement business applications of
mathematical concepts. This course includes
a brief math review; cash and trade discounts;
markups and markdowns; insurance,
inventory pricing; bank statements; credit,
mortgage loans, statistical techniques, payroll
computations; promissory notes; simple
interest and discounting; compound interest
and present value; annuities; depreciation.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5732 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 128
ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
Prepares students to communicate effectively
in business settings by helping them develop
superior written and oral communication
skills. This course focuses on traditional and
web-based forms of communication, as seen
in business today, including email, letters,
memos, reports, proposals, and presentations.
Upon completion of Business Communications,
students will know how to plan, write, and
revise communications for a variety of
audiences, both in print and online.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5742 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
RBM 129
SPEAKING FOR SUCCESS
Theory and practice in composing and
presenting oral business communications, both
impromptu and prepared. Effective writing of
business documents, methods of research, and
presentation of oral class reports.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5722 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
RBM 133
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
EFFECTIVE SELLING
Nature and scope of selling and understanding
buying motives with strong emphasis on the
selling process, prospecting, pre-approach,
demonstration of products and services, and
closing. Develop selling skills through role-play,
case studies, and in-class simulations. Also
offered online.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
57F2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 140
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Allows students to apply what they’ve learned
to real company challenges and best practices
by offering a multitude of problems in the
text and integrated case studies. Including
topics on operations and productivity, project
management, Human resources and job design,
forecasting, statistical process control and
supply chain management. Only online.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5772 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 141
FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPERVISION
Emphasis on the human factor in business, the
job of the supervisor, human relations, the art
of leadership and converting policy into action,
job analysis and performance, how and when to
discipline, and effective supervising techniques
for a diverse workplace. Also offered online.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5782 5 Cr
9/23-10/12
ONLINE
RBM 142
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
MARKETING - PRESENTATION & SURVEY SKILLS
Methods and techniques of marketing research
and the principles on which they are based.
Includes the elements of the research process,
evaluation and effective presentation of finding.
Also offered online.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
5792 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 143
PRINCIPLES OF RETAILING
Introduction to retail management operations
and merchandising. Covers various business
ownership types of retail institutions. Other
areas covered are determining retail target
markets; trading area analysis and site
selection; retail organization; handling financial
management of merchandise; development of
retail image; customer service; and control of
retail operations. Also offered online.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
57A2 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
RBM 149
EXCEL FOR RETAIL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
Our hands-on beginning Excel for Retail
Business Applications will show you the
fundamentals of Excel, such as entering data,
formatting, copying and pasting, basic formula
construction, auto summing, and more.
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
57B2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
SURG 126
4002 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
Introduces the student to basic surgicalrelated pharmacologic and anesthetic
principles, including drug classification, proper
medication labeling and handling, aseptic
medication preparation, and usage principles
of anesthesia administration and monitoring,
including complications and intervention.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of
SURG 136, 137, 138,146. Additional Fee:
$25.00
4012 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
SURG 141
Fee: $375.00 SS (Financial Aid Eligible)
4022 8 Cr
9/23-12/12
57C2 6 Cr
9/23-12/12
ONLINE
SURG 151
ARRANGED
Reygers, Ryan
SOCIOLOGY
SOC& 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
Provides an overview of many theories relating
to contemporary society and a historical
context for these theories. Prerequisite:
Appropriate COMPASS/SLEP placement
score or successful completion of ENG 094.
Additional Fee: $25.00
0559 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Rose-Pennisi
0560 5 Cr
9/23-12/12ONLINE
ARRANGED
Staff
0561 5 Cr
10 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
9/23-12/12
DAILY
Staff [HYBRID]
0562 5 Cr
11 a.m.-11:50 a.m.
DAILY
9/23-12/12
Rose-Pennisi [HYBRID]
ARRANGED
Clark
SURG 127 PHARMACOLOGY & ANESTHESIA
RBM 158
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Identify the role of the human resource
management, including its scope and
responsibilities. Students will examine
the principles and methods used in the
recruitment, selection, placement, and training
of employees. Major laws, trends, and issues
related to human resource administration will
be discussed. Also offered online.
PATIENT CARE THEORY I
Covers surgical attire, instrument groups, OR
preparation and equipment, case selection,
patient transfer, positioning, skin preparation
and draping concepts, patient identification,
and consent. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of SURG 136, 137, 138, 146.
Additional Fee: $25.00
ARRANGED
Clark
OPERATING ROOM THEORY II
Classroom and lab presentations of surgical
specialties to include otorhinolaryngologic,
orthopedic, oral/maxillofacial, plastic/
reconstructive procedures, and surgical
anatomy. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of SURG 136, 137, 138,146.
Additional Fee: $63.00
7 a.m.-9AM
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Clark [HYBRID]
SURGICAL LAB II
Lab presentations and practice of surgical
procedures to include otorhinolaryngologic,
oral/maxillofacial, and plastic/reconstructive
procedures. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of SURG 136, 137, 138, 146.5.
Additional Fee: $48.75
4032 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
SURG 215
9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
21 130
WThF
Clark [HYBRID]
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS I
Provides the framework for the student
to receive experience in the operating
room. Through one-on-one training in a
perioperative setting, the student will develop
the professional attitude, behavior, and skills
to reinforce their role as a member of the
perioperative team. Prerequisites: Successful
completion of SURG 130, 206, 207, 211.
Additional Fee: $39.00
4042 5 Cr
9/23-10/24
SURG 220
6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
MTWTh
ARR
Armstrong, Ro [HYBRID]
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS II
See Clinical Applications. Prerequisites:
Successful completion of SURG 130, 206, 207,
211, 215. Additional Fee: $39.00
4052 5 Cr
10/28-12/12
6:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
MTWTh
ARR
Armstrong, Ro [HYBRID]
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2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
SURG 235
SEMINAR I
Discuss weekly clinical experiences.
Classroom preparation for the NBSTSA exam.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of
SURG 130, 206, 207, 211. Additional Fee:
$25.00
4062 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-11 a.m.
F
21
Armstrong, Ro [HYBRID]
WELDING TECHNOLOGY
WLD 105
WELDING THEORY I
Introduces the tools and equipment used
in welding. Includes safety considerations,
electrical principles, weld quality, and technical
orientation for select welding and cutting
processes. Corequisites: WLD 110 and WLD
112. Additional Fee: $80.00
9802 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 110
7 a.m.-8 a.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
THERMAL CUTTING
AND GOUGING
Develops the knowledge and skill for manual
and machine-guided oxyfuel cutting, manual
plasma arc cutting, and carbon arc gouging.
Corequisite: WLD 105. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9812 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 112
8 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
OXYACETYLENE WELDING AND BRAZING
Develops the knowledge and skill for welding,
brazing, and braze welding various joint
designs using oxyacetylene equipment.
Corequisite: WLD 105. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9822 4 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 116
8 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING I
Introduces the shielded metal arc welding
(SMAW) process with emphasis on skill
development using deep penetrating
electrodes in the flat and horizontal positions.
Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent
enrollment in WLD 105. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9832 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 120
8 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING II
Builds further skill with SMAW deep
penetrating electrodes by welding various
joints in the vertical and overhead positions.
Prerequisite: WLD 105. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9842 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
WLD 124
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING III
Develops understanding of the applications
and techniques for using low hydrogen SMAW
electrodes in the flat and horizontal positions.
Prerequisite: WLD 105. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9852 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 135
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING IV
Develops further skill with SMAW low
hydrogen electrodes by welding various joint
designs in the vertical and overhead positions.
Prerequisite: WLD 105. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9862 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
WLD 144
PRINT READING
FOR WELDERS
DAILY
Main, Daniel
WLD 152
8 a.m.-9AM
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
GAS METAL ARC WELDING
Develops the ability to use the gas metal
arc welding process to join carbon steels
and aluminum with various joint designs
in all positions. Prerequisite: Completion
of or concurrent enrollment in WLD 142.
Additional Fee: $80.00
9882 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 168
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
FLUX CORED ARC WELDING I
Develops the ability to use gas-shielded flux
cored arc welding electrodes to join carbon
steels with various joint designs in all positions.
Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent
enrollment in WLD 142. Additional Fee:
$80.00
9892 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 172
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
FLUX CORED ARC WELDING II
Develops the ability to use self-shielded
flux cored arc welding to join carbon steels
with various joint designs in all positions.
Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent
enrollment in WLD 142. Additional Fee:
$80.00
98A2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
Develops skill in preparation for employer,
Washington Association of Building Officials
(WABO), or similar welder qualification tests.
Prerequisite: WLD 142, or Instructor’s
permission. Additional Fee: $80.00
98B2 2 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 179
DAILY
Main, Daniel
7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
FABRICATION
Develops knowledge in project planning,
layout methods, fixturing, distortion control,
and the use of tools and equipment for
metal fabrication. Prerequisite: WLD 144.
Additional Fee: $80.00
98C2 3 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 210
Develops the ability to interpret prints used
in welding and fabrication. Introduction
to sketching, lines, views, visualization,
dimensioning, applied math, and welding
symbols. Prerequisite: WLD 105.
Additional Fee: $80.00
9872 5 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 177
PREPARATION FOR WELDING CERTIFICATION
9:15 a.m.-11:15AM
25 403
F
Main, Daniel
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING I
Develops the ability to use the gas tungsten arc
welding process to join carbon and stainless
steels with various joint designs in all positions.
Prerequisite: Completion of, or concurrent
enrollment in, WLD 142. Additional Fee:
$80.00
98D2 7 Cr
9/23-12/12
WLD 213 7 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
25 403
DAILY
Main, Daniel
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING II
Develops the ability to use the gas tungsten
arc welding process to join aluminum alloys
with various joint designs in all positions.
Prerequisite: Completion of, or concurrent
enrollment in, WLD 142. Additional Fee:
$80.00
98F2 7 Cr 7 a.m.-12:15 p.m. DAILY 9/23-12/12 25 403 Main, Daniel
2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
CONTINUING EDUCATION
Continuing
Education Courses
Online
Courses
For information about online classes
go to www.cptc.edu/online or call
(253) 589-6076.
All Continuing Education classes are subject to schedule changes and cancellation
as enrollment dictates. If you require the most up-to-date information on the
dates of our classes during the quarter, please consult the Clover Park website at
www.cptc.edu/continuinged or contact our Continuing Education department at
(253) 589-5575.
Online Account Fee
All of the online courses have a $25 per
class account fee charged. Student
supported classes (ss) also include this
fee.
Refund Policy - For Self-Support classes, the following schedule will apply:
• 100% If the College cancels the class.
Minimum Technical Requirements
for Online Courses:
• 100% When you withdraw from the class on or before one business day
prior to the first day of class. To officially withdraw from the class, you may
come to the College in person, call registration at (253) 589-5666, and
fax your request to be withdrawn to (253) 589-5852, or withdraw online
at www.cptc.edu/drop. The College must receive the fax on or before one
business day prior to the first day of class.
Operating System: Windows 98, ME, NT or XP
Software: PC with Pentium III
(or higher recommended)
Modem: 56k or higher, Cable or DSL
Browser:
Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher, Netscape 6 or higher,
Firefox 1.3 or higher
• 0% When you register but do not attend the class. No refunds are available
after the class has started.
Internet: Daily Internet Access
Self-support classes are indicated in the quarterly class schedule by an SS after the
cost of class. The fees charged for self-support classes cover all costs of the class
Register Now! Classes fill quickly. www.cptc.edu/register
How to Read the Schedule
course title
course number
ECS 280 HEALTH & NUTRITON
course description
class fee
:
credits
class time
day(s) class meets
instructor
item number
start and end dates
building number
Locations:
SHC-112 means the course is held at
our South Hill Campus, in Room
112.
10-216 means that the class is held
at our Lakewood Campus, in
Bldg. 10, Room 216.
Online is the designation for
all of our online courses.
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2013 FALL QUARTERLY SCHEDULE
ENTREPRENEURSHIP/
BUSINESS SKILLS
MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING SPECIALIST
HEALTH CARE
BRAND NEW!
ENTRE 210 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT LAB Create products and services that solve real
life problems for your customers. One of the
biggest challenges for entrepreneurs is how to
avoid falling in love with the wrong idea. In this
course, we will use the Kauffman Foundation
Ice House training to explore this problem in a
practical manner.
Fee: $250.00 SS
68N2 6 Cr
10:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
09/28–12/07TBD
CONTINUING EDUCATION
Sa
Perkins
PTN 150
CPR & FIRST AID FOR
HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
Work in healthcare, or want to? No matter what
healthcare job you’re getting, you’ll probably
need a BLS (Basic Life Support) card. This
American Heart Association-approved course
consists of adult, child, and infant CPR and
First Aid, and an overview of AED procedures.
Class meets OSHA and WISHA requirements.
The Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support
and the First Aid cards are valid for two years.
Recertify with us!
You must have paid for the class and pass both
the written and skills exams to receive your
certifications.
Students must have the proficiency in reading,
writing and understanding the English
language to pass a written exam.
Fee: $76.00 SS
6821 0.5 Cr
09/07 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
31
Sa
Chase
6802 0.5 Cr
10/05 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
31
Sa
Chase
6812 0.5 Cr
11/02 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
31
Sa
Chase
6822 0.5 Cr
12/07 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
31
Sa
Chase
HDT 113
PHLEBOTOMY FUNDAMENTALS
Are you a currently employed healthcare
professional who is interested in expanding
your skill set? This class is designed to develop
basic phlebotomy skills for blood collection
and safe handling. Students will learn proper
technique and order of draw for venipuncture,
using a variety of collection methods (syringes,
vacutainers and butterfly needle). Student
will also learn proper techniques for collecting
blood specimens using finger and heel sticks.
Students will have lab time to practice their
skills on other students in a mock laboratory
setting. Lab times will be Wednesday evenings
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday mornings
from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Text required.
Please note: This is a basic skills course,
aimed towards health care professionals
currently employed in the field. It is comprised
of lecture and lab times. There is no clinical
component to this course.
Prerequisites: HS diploma/GED and formal
training in a health career or 1 year work
experience in health occupations. Students
must bring documentation of training and/or
experience to the first class.
Fee: $495.00 SS
6892 4 Cr
10/07 - 11/08
ARRANGED
[HYBRID]
ARR
Markovits
Get into a lucrative career as a medical billing
specialist! Get both the knowledge and the
technology skills you’ll need to begin providing
services for accounts ranging from acute care
hospitals to clinics, and from physician’s
offices to individual practices. Receipt of
our Certificate tells employers that you’ve
completed a comprehensive course of study in
Medical Billing.
In order to receive your certificate, you must
complete all of the classes in the Certificate
program.
ELMAP125MEDICAL
TERMINOLOGY I & II
Prepare for high-paying positions in
the medical field such as billing, coding,
transcription and medical clerical positions,
by learning medical language. We’ll teach you
the root words, prefixes and suffixes that will
become the building blocks of your medical
vocabulary. You’ll learn about terms for specific
body systems and their functions, as well as
human anatomy and diseases. Text required.
Fee: $375.00 SS
68A2 7 Cr
10/07–12/20
ARRANGED
[ONLINE]
ARR
Keith
68B2 7 Cr
11/04–01/17
ARRANGED
[ONLINE] ARR
Keith
68C2 7 Cr
12/02–02/14
ARRANGED
[ONLINE] ARR
Keith
MAP 129
MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING
Looking for a rewarding career in healthcare,
but do not have any experience or education
yet? We’ll show you how medical insurance
billing personnel process paperwork and file
claims to insurance companies and government
agencies so that healthcare providers get paid
in a timely manner. You’ll come to understand
the billing requirements that major insurance
programs have, you’ll gain hands-on experience
and practice, and you’ll learn federal healthcare
regulations that govern this critical arena
within healthcare. Text required.
Prerequisites: Medical Terminology I & II
and “NO record on file” with Washington State
Patrol related to crimes against persons.
Fee: $375.00 SS
68D2 8 Cr
10/07–12/20
ARRANGED
[ONLINE] ARR
Keith
68F2 8 Cr
11/04– 01/17
ARRANGED
[ONLINE]
ARR
Keith
68G2 8 Cr
12/02/–02/14
ARRANGED
[ONLINE] ARR
Keith
CONTINUING EDUCATION
MAP 139
MEDICAL SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
Get the medical clerical skills that employer’s
value! Learn to input patient information,
schedule appointments, and handle billing
applications using MediSoft medical software.
Text required.
Prerequisites: Basic computer skills.
Fee: $375.00 SS
68H2 5 Cr
09/23–12/12
ARRANGED
[ONLINE] ARR
Keith
TRADES ACADEMY
This course provides the required 8 hours of
Continuing Education instruction on the latest
National Electrical Code Changes.
Fee: $122.00 SS
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
TBD
Sa
Gordon
CNTED 101 BASIC SERIES AND PARALLEL CIRCUITS
This course provides the required 8 hours of
Continuing Education Units (CEU) as required
by the state of Washington. This course covers
a basic understanding of series and parallel
circuits.
Fee: $122.00 SS
6862 0 Cr
10/12
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
TBD
Sa
Gordon
CNTED 102 BASIC FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS
This course provides the required 8 hours of
Continuing Education Units (CEU) as required
by the State of Washington.
Fee: $122.00 SS
6872 0 Cr
10/26
ELEFS 001
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
TBD
Sa
Gordon
WASHINGTON RCW-WAC REVIEW FOR TRAINEES
This course provides the required 8 hours of
Continuing Education Units (CEU) as required
by the State of Washington.
Fee: $122.00 SS
6882 0.5 Cr
11/09
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
TBD
CEITM 100
INTRODUCTION TO MOSAICS
BRAND NEW!
This introduction to mosaics—one of the most
enduring art forms in the world—begins with
a brief history followed by an overview of the
tools, materials, design patterns, color palettes,
and gluing, grouting, and finishing techniques
used in creating mosaics. Students will design
and execute their own original mosaic pieces
using supplies and materials provided by the
instructor. Previous mosaic experience is not
necessary; recommended for ages 14 and up.
Sa
Gordon
5J32 0 Cr
9 a.m.-12 p.m.
10/08-10/22TBD
CMTY 012
T
Alexander
OIL PAINTING
Offers a supportive learning environment
and assistance for painters of all skill levels
and abilities. Students have time to work on
individual projects with an instructor nearby to
offer advice and assistance.
Fee: $55.00 SS
5J02 3 Cr
9 a.m.-12 p.m.
09/23-12/02TBD
CMTY 015
M
Alden
Offers a demonstration of various woodcarving
techniques, as well as the selection, use, and
care of tools and materials. Students have
time to work on individual projects with an
instructor nearby to offer advice and assistance.
Fee: $55.00 SS
M
Olliges
ELPHO 070 BASIC DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Beginning digital photography course covers
camera handling and operations, composition,
exposure controls and how to effectively use
them to improve your ability to capture the
photographs you want and not have to be
satisfied with what the camera gives you.
We will also cover downloading and saving
files to the computer and some basic postprocessing which will enable you to enhance
the appearance of your photographs whether
you are emailing, printing or posting them to a
website.
Fee: $75.00 SS
68J2 0 Cr
6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
10/16–11/0619-122
If you are an absolute beginner and struggling
with basic personal computers (PC) lingo,
opening and closing a program or can’t seem to
get your mouse to cooperate, then this lowstress 10 hour class is for you. You’ll start by
learning some basic terminology, how to know
if your computer is up-to-date, how to open
and close programs and windows, and practice
using all buttons on your mouse. You’ll learn
how your computer is organized and how to
build a file folder structure that meets your
needs. Then learn the basics of word processing
(the typewriter function) including how to
open, create, and save documents.
Fee: $20.00 SS
68L2 0CR
6 p.m.-8 p.m.
10/01–10/1519-122
T,Th
Stocke
6 p.m.-8 p.m.
68M2 0CR
11/05–11/1919-122
T,Th
Stocke
CNTED 081 INTRODUCTION TO FLIGHT
Always wanted to be a pilot? Take a flight with
an experienced pilot and learn about different
high-demand, high-paying jobs in aviation.
Call the Clover Park Aviation Center at
(253) 583-8904 to reserve a date and time.
This course is located at the South Hill Campus.
WOODCARVING
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6 p.m.-9 p.m.
09/23-12/02TBD
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CAM 160 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
Fee: $90.00 SS
CNTED 042 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE-
2011 CODE UPDATE
6852 0.5 Cr
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CONTINUING EDUCATION
How to Register
for Continuing Education
See current class listings at www.cptc.edu/continuinged or call (253) 589-5575.
Internet www.cptc.edu/continuinged
Walk-In
4500 Steilacoom Blvd. SW, Lakewood, WA 98499
You may register in person by coming to Clover Park
Technical College, Building 17, Mon, Tues, Wed,
Thurs: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
2nd & 4th Wed Only: 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.,
Fri: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
VISA, MasterCard, check or cash may be
used to pay for tuition and fees. If you fax,
mail or phone in you will be automatically registered
unless otherwise notified. Your cancelled check is your
confirmation!
If your registration cannot be processed for some
reason, we will contact you by phone or mail. It is
recommended that you register early to secure your
place in class.
How to read the
Continuing Ed Schedule
Below your class’ description, on the
bottom line in the middle, you’ll see
these designations:
SHC-112 means the course is held at
our South Hill Campus, in Room 112.
19-102 means that the class is held at our
Lakewood Campus, in Bldg. 19, Room 102.
Online is the designation for all of our
online courses.
For more information or to connect with the instructors please
contact the Continuing Education department at (253) 589-5575.
www.cptc.edu/continuinged
Accounting ..................................................................................................................10
Aerospace Composite Technician ......................................................................SHC
Administrative Offices...............................................................................................17
Adult Basic Education ...............................................................................................37
Advising.........................................................................................................................17
Architectural Engineering Design ...........................................................................19
Assessment Center ...................................................................................................17
Associated Student Government ...........................................................................23
Aviation Maintenance Technician ........................................................................SHC
Automotive Programs ................................................................................................ 3
Boardroom ................................................................................................... 3/Rotunda
Bookstore ....................................................................................................................23
Business Office.............................................................................................................17
CAD Laboratory .......................................................................................................19
Cafeteria/Espresso .....................................................................................................23
Career Center ............................................................................................................17
Central Service/Sterile Processing .........................................................................21
Child Development Center......................................................................................20
College Relations (Building 11 in KVTI Offices) ........................................... 17,11
Computer Information Technology .......................................................................16
Computer Networking & Information Systems Security .................................16
Conference Center ...................................................................................................23
Conference Center Event Parking .........................................................................23
Construction – Residential/Sustainable Building ................................................... 5
Continuing Education ................................................................................................19
Cosmetology ................................................................................................................ 8
Counseling/Advising ..................................................................................................17
Culinary Arts ...............................................................................................................31
Custodial Services .....................................................................................................22
Dental Assistant ................................................................................................... 14,10
Dental Business Administrative Specialist ....................................................Online
Early Care & Education ............................................................................................10
Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security .....................................................................16
SHC = South Hill Campus
4500 STEILACOOM BOULEVARD SW
LAKEWOOD, WASHINGTON 98499-4004
LAKEWOOD DRIVE
= Nearest Major Intersections
= Bus Stops
Computer
Help Desk
Computer
Lab
Counseling & Advising
Library
Tutoring Center
LRC
Auto
Repair
Rotunda
Espresso
Cart
Personal Care
Services
U.S.G.S.
To S. Tacoma Way u
STEILACOOM BOULEVARD
Nursing Programs ......................................................................................................21
NW Career & Technical High School ............................................................. 14, 10
Operations/Facilities .................................................................................................17
Parking ..........................................................................................................................23
Pastry Arts ...................................................................................................................23
Personal Care Services ............................................................................................... 8
Pharmacy Technician ..................................................................................................21
Pierce County Television ..........................................................................................11
Pierce County Television Offices ............................................................................12
President’s Office .......................................................................................................17
Professional Pilot ....................................................................................................SHC
Radio Station (KVTI) .................................................................................................11
Rainier Room Cafe/ Culinary Arts .........................................................................31
Resource Center (Library) ......................................................................................15
Restaurant Operations Program ............................................................................31
Rotunda .......................................................................................................................... 3
Security Office ............................................................................................................22
Shipping/Receiving .....................................................................................................22
Student Center ...........................................................................................................23
Student Programs and ASG .....................................................................................23
Student Records ........................................................................................................17
Student Services .........................................................................................................17
Studio A ........................................................................................................................11
Studio B ........................................................................................................................11
Surgical Technology ....................................................................................................21
Tutoring Center .........................................................................................................17
Veterans Resource Center ......................................................................................22
Video Teleconference Center .......................................................................... 23, 19
Welding Technology ...................................................................................................25
Worker Retraining .....................................................................................................17
WorkFirst Learning Center .....................................................................................16
Writing Lab .................................................................................................................15
= Food Services
= Computer Access
= Information
Campus
Bookstore
Child Care
eLearning .....................................................................................................................15
Environmental Sciences & Technology ..................................................................16
Esthetic Sciences .......................................................................................................... 8
Financial Aid ................................................................................................................17
Foundation ..................................................................................................................19
Future Home of Health Sciences ...........................................................................21
GED Testing .................................................................................................................17
Graphic Technologies ................................................................................................11
Head Start ...................................................................................................................20
Health Unit Coordinator .........................................................................................10
Heating/Air Conditioning Service Technician ......................................................25
Hemodialysis ...............................................................................................................21
Human Resources .....................................................................................................17
Human Services Program ........................................................................................10
IBEST ............................................................................................................................37
Instruction ...................................................................................................................17
Interior Design ...........................................................................................................19
International Programs .............................................................................................22
KVTI Radio Station ....................................................................................................11
Learning Lab ................................................................................................................17
Library ..........................................................................................................................15
Library Computer Lab ..............................................................................................23
Maintenance Office/Shop .........................................................................................22
Manufacturing Technologies .....................................................................................25
Massage Studies Lab .................................................................................................... 8
Massage Studies Classroom ....................................................................................... 8
Material Science: Non Destructive Testing ...........................................................25
Math Labs .............................................................................................................. 16/15
McGavick Conference Center ................................................................................23
Media Design & Production .....................................................................................11
Medical Assistant ........................................................................................................21
Medical Histology Technician ...................................................................................21
Medical Laboratory Technician ................................................................................21
= Communications Tower
Registr.
Fin. Aid
Information
A.S.G.
Student Leadership
& Service Center
Pastry Shop
Dean
Ofc.s
= Campus Entrances
Parking Decals & I.D. Cards
Cascade Cafe
ATM
Espresso
Int’l Prgms Ofc.
Campus Security
Veterans Ctr
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Small Equip. Repair
& Welding
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Water Tower
= Smoking Shelters
Culinary Arts
Catering &
Fine Dining
Lakes Body Shop
STEILACOOM BOULEVARD
Lakewood Fire Station
= ADA Access
Harrison Preparatory
CPSD
REDWOOD DRIVE
STEILACOOM BOULEVARD
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HAGENESS DRIVE
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138
126
HALL 137
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119
129
136
120
130
132
134
133
REVISED 12/13/12
Helicopter Lab ........................................................................................................ 128
Power Plant Lab...............................................................................................129, 130
Mens Restroom ...................................................................................................... 132
Ladies Restroom .................................................................................................... 133
Janitor ........................................................................................................................ 134
Maintenance Hangar ............................................................................................... 136
Technical Library .................................................................................................... 138
KDI Lab .................................................................................................................... 139
Lead Acid Battery .................................................................................................. 142
Restroom .................................................................................................................. 143
INCAD Batter ........................................................................................................ 144
Hazardous Materials ............................................................................................... 145
Tool Room ............................................................................................................... 146
Parts Room ............................................................................................................. 147
Paint Room .............................................................................................................. 148
CORRIDOR 121
117
Commercial Pilot Classroom .......................................................................101, 102
Flight Simulator ........................................................................................................ 103
Office......................................................................................................................... 105
FlightOperations/Storage/Office ....................................................................... 105
Reception/AdminstrationOffice ......................................................................... 106
Computer Classroom ........................................................................................... 107
Staff/Student Breakroom ...................................................................................... 112
Plastics/Composites Classroom........................................................................... 114
General Classroom................................................................................................. 115
Air Frame Classroom.................................................................................... 116, 117
Power Plant Classroom ........................................................................................ 118
Helicopter Classroom .......................................................................................... 119
Power Plant Classroom ........................................................................................ 120
Plastics/Composites Lab ........................................................................................ 122
Composites Layup ................................................................................................. 123
Composites Sanding .............................................................................................. 124
General Lab ............................................................................................................. 125
Air Frame Lab ......................................................................................................... 126
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College Policies
Student rights & responsibilities
Clover Park’s student code of conduct sets
forth rules of student conduct, guarantees
certain student rights and establishes procedures governing student conduct. A complete listing of students rights and responsibilities is available in Student Services.
Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act
Information pertaining to the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act
(FERPA) is published in the Clover Park
Technical College Catalog and is available
from Student Services.
AIDS information
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a
virus that destroys the body’s ability to fight
off illness. HIV can cause the disease called
AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome). An AIDS information pamphlet is
provided to all students at general college
orientations and is also available in the Advising and Counseling and Student Services offices.
Smoking
Smoking is allowed in designated outdoor
areas at Clover Park Technical College.
This policy may be curtailed if the
privilege is abused.
CLOVER PARK TECHNICAL COLLEGE • (253) 589-5800 • www.cptc.edu
who feels he or she has reason to claim
discrimination or unfair treatment may
contact Human Resources at (253) 5895533 to speak to an equity representative.
Refund Policy
1. The assessment test fee is not refundable.
2. Admission fees are not refundable.
3. For State-funded classes, the tuition and
laboratory/supply/computer use fee
will be refunded for a payment period
upon official withdrawal according to the
following schedule:
100% Prior to the first day of
instruction.
80% First through fifth day
of instruction.
40% On or after the sixth day of
instruction through the twentieth
calendar day following the beginning of
instruction.
0% Twenty-first calendar day through
the end of the payment period.
Financial aid recipients are subject to the
Title IV Return of Funds policy stated in
the catalog.
4. For Self-Support classes, the following
schedule will apply:
100% If the College cancels the class.
Student right to know
In compliance with the federal Student
Right-to-Know (SR2K) and Campus
Security Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-542),
Clover Park Technical College makes
available information about program
completions on the College website,
www.cptc.edu/sr2k. A printed copy of this
information may be obtained by calling
Registration at (253) 589-5666.
100% When you withdraw from the
class on or before one business day prior
to the first day of class. To officially
withdraw from the class, you may come
to the College in person, call registration
at (253) 589-5666, fax your request to
be withdrawn to (253) 589-5852, or
withdraw online at www.cptc.edu/drop.
The College must receive the fax on or
before one business day prior to the first
day of class.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action
Clover Park Technical College is an Equal
Opportunity and Affirmative Action
employer and is in compliance with sex and
disability regulations. For more information,
contact the EEO/AA Officer at (253) 5895533.
0% When you register but do not attend
the class. No refunds are available after
the class has started.
Non-discrimination
Clover Park Technical College does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex,
religion, creed, age, marital status, national
origin, sexual orientation, veteran status,
or the presence of any physical, sensory or
mental disability. Any person at the College
Self-support classes are indicated in the
quarterly class schedule by an SS after
the cost of class. The fees charged for selfsupport classes cover all costs of the class.
5. Programs cancelled by the College will
be refunded at 100% of the fees paid but
unused as of the cancellation date.
6. Refunds will not be granted for students
withdrawn for disciplinary reasons.
7. Students called for military active
duty will be granted a refund of
tuition and fees paid for the current
payment period, subject to the rules
and regulations of their respective
funding sources and payment methods.
Presentation of written confirmation
(orders) is required.
8. Students who do not attend the first
two class sessions and/or comply with
the established attendance policy for
the class or program may forfeit the
right to continue and may be subject
to administrative withdrawal without
refund.
9. The graduation fee is not refundable.
10. Upon official withdrawal, refunds will
be made by mail to the student or his or
her respective funding agencies.
Refund exceptions
Exceptions to the refund policy must be
requested in writing to the Director of
Enrollment Services before the last day of
the quarter in which payment was made.
A Petition for Refund Exception form
is available in Student Records. Eligible
requests will have detailed information and
supporting documentation attached when
the request is submitted.
Drug free environment
Clover Park Technical College maintains
an active program to prevent the illicit
use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol
by students and employees on College
property or as any part of the College’s
activities. A complete statement of
philosophy and standards of conduct
are contained in the pamphlet “Aims for
a Drug-Free Environment” available at
general College orientations, and in the
Advising and Counseling and Student
Services offices. Any person violating the
Drug Free Environment policy will be dealt
with in accordance with the institutional
policy. Procedures conform to applicable
state law.
For more College policies, including
academic standards, see the current
Clover Park Technical College
Catalog.
Eyes on the Prize
By: Kelsey Christensen, CPTC College Relations Intern
Jason Green was once a high school
dropout who went straight into the
workforce. After losing his job he analyzed
his future and went back to school at Clover
Park Technical College. Today, he has a
career in computer science, a bachelor’s
degree and a bright future.
Green decided to enroll at CPTC after the
commercial newspaper printer he had
worked at for ten years was bought out.
He was left without a way to earn a living
for his children or pay his mortgage, so he
decided to go back to school.
Green earned an Associate in Applied
Technology in computer information
technology at CPTC and then transferred to
the University of Washington Tacoma.
The educational experience he received at
CPTC gave him a competitive edge over
other transfer students in the computer
science and systems program at UWT,
Green said.
“That knowledge base also contributed
to my ability to graduate from UWT with
honors,” he said.
Green credits some of his success to
instructor Charles Bryan, who mentored
him throughout his time as a student at
CPTC.
“Charles Bryan was the key to all of this,”
Green said. “He gave me more than just
the curriculum.”
In order to go back to school while
supporting a family Green had to adjust his
life in many ways.
“I am one to quickly make sacrifices when I
have my eyes on the prize,” Green said.
Originally he was not able to pinpoint his
interest of study. He did know he liked
gaming, so he enrolled in the CIT program.
“My focus started to become more
polished,” Green said.
“I was a mess on the inside.”
After completing a quarter of classes at
CPTC however, Green said he “was off and
running.”
“It was those pieces that helped propel me
and get me prepared for what I faced at
UWT.”
Green persevered through the obstacles of
earning a degree twice and graduated from
CPTC in 2009 and UWT in 2012.
While practicing his interviewing skills
at the University of Washington Tacoma,
Green was offered a six-month internship
with Cambia Health Solutions. Green
secured a full-time position with the
company before he graduated.
“From the knowledge base that I received
from CPTC, I was able to surpass those
students and compete with those that grew
up with computers,” Green said.
“The only reason I applied was to get
practice interviewing,” Green said.
ON THE WORLD.
IT’S A WORLD OF
PERSPECTIVES.
Substance, Independence, Curiosity, Depth.
It’s radio with a human voice.
Find a listing of programs and stations where
Northwest Public Radio can be heard in your area
at www.nwpr.org
www.cptc.edu/rent
Going back to school and pursuing
higher education for the first time was
intimidating, Green said.
According to Green, Bryan encouraged
him to practice interviewing skills and seek
additional opportunities for professional
development.
IT’S NOT JUST A PERSPECTIVE
news
Jason Green, a graduate of CPTC’s Computer
Information Technology Program, now works full-time at
Cambia Health Solutions
A community service of
Washington State University
Even though Green originally returned to
school just to find a new job, he remained
dedicated to his education and instead
found a career.
Worker Retraining is here for you. Are you currently
collecting unemployment benefits, or have you exhausted those
benefits within the past 24 months? Were you recently selfemployed, but are now unemployed due to economic changes in
your community? Are you a displaced homemaker? Do you need
to upgrade your skills to remain employed? You may qualify for
comprehensive vocational services, including educational planning
and funding for your training. Call (253) 589-5548
Northwest Career & Technical High School
on the Clover Park Technical College campus is a unique high
school of choice for juniors and seniors who want to get started
now on their career pathway. School is in session Monday
through Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. Students can earn their high
school diplomas and certificates of initial competencies in their
chosen careers and graduate ready for the next step of post-high
school education and training. Call (253) 589-5770
REGISTER TODAY! Go to www.cptc.edu/register
Redefine
Education:
Start here for a lasting career
Getting Started Workshop
Most Wednesdays @ 2 p.m., Lakewood Campus
Building 16.
Come find out about:
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Career Exploration Resources
Steps to Admission
Paying for College
Clover Park Resources & Support
Not sure what career would be best
for you?
Wondering what goes on inside the classrooms and
labs? Think you are headed in the right direction, but
want to make sure? At Clover Park Technical College
we want you to be successful, so we have lots of
ways for you to find out more about our certificate
and degree programs.
•
Take a free Career Interest Assessment
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Attend a Program Information Session
WHAT’S HAPPENING
AT CLOVER PARK
AUGUST
14
19
28
30
Information Sessions
Last day to withdraw with “W” grade
Information Sessions
Summer Quarter Ends
SEPTEMBER
2
Labor Day
3-18 Summer Break
11 Patriot Day
20 Health Sciences Facility
Grand Opening
20 Inservice Day
23 Fall Quarter Starts
OCTOBER
9
23
25
31 Information Sessions
Information Sessions
Faculty Inservice Day
Halloween
Career Center, call to schedule an appointment
(253) 589-5548
most 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of each month.
STUDENT SERVICES HOURS HAVE CHANGED SEE PAGES 2-5
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