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1 Semester begins January 17 Register now! uaonline.alaska.edu Class Location: 8295 E College Dr., Palmer matsu.alaska.edu Non-Profit Org. US Postage PAID Anchorage, AK University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Dr., Anchorage, AK ******ECRWSS**EDDM*** POSTAL CUSTOMER

2 Important Dates & Deadlines Priority Registration Seniors (90+ credits) November 14 Priority Registration Juniors (60-89 credits) November 15 Priority Registration Sophomores (30-59 credits) November 16 Priority Registration Freshmen (0 29 credits) November 17 Registration begins for Pending Degree-Seeking (new admission applicants) November 21 Open Registration November 28 New Student Orientation January 11 Alaska Civil Rights Day Campus Closed January 16 Semester begins Add/drop period begins Change to/from audit period begins Registration begins for Senior Citizens using a tuition waiver January 17 Faculty approval required to add classes January 23 Last day to add Last day to drop with tuition/fees refund Last day to choose audit status Last day to change to/from audit, CR/NC January 27, 5:00 pm Withdrawal period begins (W appears on academic record) January 28 Payment deadline, 5:00 p.m. Late payment fee assessed $125 after 5:00 p.m. Spring Break No Classes Campus Closed February 6 March March 17 & 18 Late payment fee assessed $175 March 27 Last day to add Directed Study, Independent Study, Practicum, and Internship classes Last day to withdraw (withdrawal deadline) Open Entry/Skills Center classes registration deadline Last day to apply for spring graduation to ensure name is listed in commencement program March 27 March 31 Last day to apply for spring graduation April 28 End of Semester May 1 Finals Week May 2-6 Grades available on UAOnline May 11 Commencement May 12 For classes with irregular start or end dates, the drop with refund period ends at 5 p.m. five business days after the published class start day. Students wishing to change from credit-to-audit must do so by the end of the drop period. Semester begins January 17 Tuition, Fees & Payment Tuition Spring 2017 Lower-Division ( ) Resident: $192.00/credit hour Non-resident: $681.00/credit hour* Upper-Division ( ) Resident: $232.00/credit hour Non-resident: $721.00/credit hour * Tuition does not include lab, material, or other fees. * Non-resident students who restrict their registration to no more than four (4) credits each semester are charged resident tuition. Any credits registered beyond the four credit limit will cause all credits to be assessed at the non-resident tuition rate. Fees No charge for parking! Accuplacer Test Fee (placement) $21 Admission Application Fee (degree-seeking) $40 Computer Classroom Fee $25/sem Credit-by-Exam Fee $40/credit Distance Education Fee $38/course Facilities Fee $6/credit Graduation Application Fee $20 Lab, Material, and Other Fees Late Payment Fees $125 / $175 Library Card Replacement $1 / $5 Learning Resource Center Fee $5/sem Network Charge 4% of tuition Non-Credit Course Fee NSF/Return Check Fee $30 Practicum Insurance Fee Student Activity Fee 2% of low div tuition to a max of 12 cr Student Government Fee 1% of low div tuition to a max. of 12 cr Student ID Replacement Fee $5 Technology Fee $5/cr to a max of $60/campus All MSC fees are approved by the University of Alaska Board of Regents and are subject to change. For a complete list of fees, see the current UAA Catalog. Financial Obligations If you register for classes, the University holds you financially responsible for that registration. Payment of tuition and fees is due by the published deadline. Failure to meet your financial obligation will result in interest, late fees, and/or collection costs added to your account. Past due accounts are referred to a collection agency and/ or collected via garnishment of PFDs and debts are reported to a local credit bureau. You may call a cashier at (option 1) for your balance, or access your account balance and pay through UAOnline. TUITION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TMS) TMS is an organization that handles tuition and fees in monthly payments for colleges and universities. There is an initial enrollment fee for semester or annual registration. For more information call option 3, see the MSC Accounting Supervisor in the Campus Cache (JKB 109), or call TMS at Also go online at Refund Policy To be eligible for a refund, you must complete the drop process by deadlines listed. Lack of attendance does not constitute dropping a class. Please allow 4-5 weeks for processing. Contact the college at if you have questions concerning your refund. If you have an outstanding balance, any refund will be applied towards your balance first. This includes the Tuition Management System (TMS) payment plan.

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5 Spring 2017 Course Schedule GER elearning/distance/blended Class Restrictions, Prerequisites, etc. MSC Special Notes For up-to-date class listings and complete course descriptions go to uaonline.alaska.edu. ACCOUNTING ACCT A101 P11 Principles of Fin Acct I 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ ACCT A102 P11 Principles of Fin Acct II 3 M W 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ ACCT A201 P11 Principles of Financial Acct 3 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ACCT A202 P11 Principles of Managerial Acct 3 M W 0500p-0615p 1/17-5/ ACCT A225 P11 Payroll Accounting 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ACCT A230 P11 Workpaper Prep & Presentation 3 T 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/6 AGRICULTURE AGRI A138 PM1 Organic Gardening 1 F 0130p-0400p 2/10-3/3 and S 0300p-0600p 3/ AGRI A138 PM2 Organic Gardening 1 F 0600p-0830p 2/10-3/3 and S 0300p-0600p 3/4 ANTHROPLOGY ANTH A101 P11 Intro to Anthropology 3 T 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ANTH A200 P11 Natives of Alaska 3 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ANTH A200 PX1 Natives of Alaska 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ ANTH A250 P11 Rise of Civilization 3 M W 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ ANTH A250 PX1 Rise of Civilization 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/6 ART ART A105 P11 Beginning Drawing 3 M W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ ART A111 PX1 Two-Dimensional Design 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ ART A112 PX1 Color Design 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ ART A113 P11 Three-Dimensional Design 3 T R 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ ART A160 P11 Art Appreciation 3 M 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ ART A160 PX1 Art Appreciation 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ ART A180A P11 Beginning Stained Glass 3 S 0900a-0300p 1/17-5/ ART A213 P11 Beginning Painting 3 W 0900a-0300p 1/17-5/ ART A220 PN1 Digital Imaging - Photography 3 T R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ART A225 P11 Beg Photography - Digital 3 M W 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ART A252 P11 Beg Graphic Design & Illustrat 3 M W 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ ART A262 PX1 History of Western Art II 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ ART A307 P11 Life Drawing & Composition I 3 T R 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ ART A313 P11 Intermediate Painting 3 W 0900a-0300p 1/17-5/ ART A413 P11 Advanced Painting 3 W 0900a-0300p 1/17-5/6 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASL A102 P11 Elementary ASL II 4 M W 0700p-0845p 1/17-5/6 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BA A151 P11 Business Foundations 3 T 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BA A151 P12 Business Foundations 3 T 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BA A151 PX1 Business Foundations 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ BA A166 P11 Entrepren & Small Bus Mgmt 3 T 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BA A231 P11 Fundamentals of Supervision 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BA A241 P11 Business Law I 3 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BA A242 PX1 Business Law II 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ BA A260 PX1 Marketing Practices 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ BA A264 P11 Personal Selling 3 W 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/6 BIOLOGY BIOL A102 P11 Introductory Biology 3 T 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A102 P12 Introductory Biology 3 W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A102 P13 Introductory Biology 3 W 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BIOL A103 P11 Introductory Biology Lab 1 F 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A103 P12 Introductory Biology Lab 1 M 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A103 P13 Introductory Biology Lab 1 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BIOL A108 P11 Principles & Methods Biology 6 T R 0900a-1015a 1/17-5/ BIOL A108L P11 Principles & Methods Biol Lab 0 T R 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A111 P11 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ BIOL A111L P11 Human Anat & Phys I Lab 0 R 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A111L P12 Human Anat & Phys I Lab 0 T 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A111L P13 Human Anat & Phys I Lab 0 F 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A112 P11 Human Anatomy & Phys II 4 M 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A112 P12 Human Anatomy & Phys II 4 M 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A112 P13 Human Anatomy & Phys II 4 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ BIOL A112L P11 Human Anat & Phys II Lab 0 W 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A112L P12 Human Anat & Phys II Lab 0 W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A112L P13 Human Anat & Phys II Lab 0 M 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A112L P14 Human Anat & Phys II Lab 0 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ BIOL A113 P11 Lectures Human Anat/Physiol I 3 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ BIOL A114 P11 Lectures Human Anat/Physiol II 3 M 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ BIOL A114 P12 Lectures Human Anat/Physiol II 3 M 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ BIOL A114 P13 Lectures Human Anat/Physiol II 3 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ BIOL A240 P11 Intro Micro for Health Science 4 R 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ BIOL A240L P11 Intro Microbiol/HS Lab 0 T 0500p-0745p 1/17-5/ BIOL A240L P12 Intro Microbiol/HS Lab 0 T 0200p-0445p 1/17-5/6 CIVIL ENGINEERING CE A152 P11 Intro to Civil Engineering 1 T 0900a-1000a 1/17-5/6 CHEMISTRY CHEM A055 P11 Contemporary Chemistry 3 W 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ CHEM A055 P12 Contemporary Chemistry 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ CHEM A104 P11 *Intro to Organic Chem/Biochem 3 T R 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ CHEM A104L P11 *Intro to Org Chem/Biochem Lab 1 M 1230p-0315p 1/17-5/ CHEM A104L P12 *Intro to Org Chem/Biochem Lab 1 M 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ CHEM A105 P11 *General Chemistry I 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ CHEM A105L P11 *General Chemistry I Lab 1 F 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ CHEM A106 P11 *General Chemistry II 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ CHEM A106L P12 *General Chemistry II Lab 1 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ CHEM A106L P13 *General Chemistry II Lab 1 R 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/6 COMPUTER INFORMATION & OFFICE SYSTEMS CIOS A101 PS1 Keyboarding 3 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A101A PS1 Keyboard A: Basic Keyboarding 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A101B PS1 Keyboard B: Business Docs I 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A101C PS1 Keyboard C: Business Docs II 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A113 PS1 Operating Systems: MS Windows 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A115 PS1 10-Key for Business Calc 2 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A125A PS1 Electronic Comm I: MS Outlook 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A130A PS1 Word Processing I: MS Word 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A135A PS1 Spreadsheets I: MS Excel 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A135A PY1 Spreadsheets I: MS Excel 1 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A140A PS1 Databases I: MS Access 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A140A PY1 Databases I: MS Access 1 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A146 PS1 Internet Concepts & Apps 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A150A PS1 Presentations: MS PowerPoint 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A165 PX1 Office Procedures 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A190 PX1 Adobe Graphic Design Appl 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A230A PS1 Word Processing II: MS Word 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A230A PY1 Word Processing II: MS Word 1 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A235A PS1 Spreadsheets II: MS Excel 1 MTWS 1/17-5/ CIOS A235A PY1 Spreadsheets II: MS Excel 1 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A261A PX1 Interpersonal Skills in Orgs 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CIOS A276A PS1 Independent Project 1 ARR 1/17-5/ CIOS A295 PS1 Office Internship 1 ARR 1/17-5/6 CIOS SKILL CENTER HOURS FOR SPRING 2017 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 10:00a-7:00p NEW! Saturday: 10:00a-2:00p (Scheduled hours subject to change) Also open Friday April 28 and May 5: 9:00a-12:00p COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS A105 P11 Intr PC & Application Software 3 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ CIS A105 P12 Intr PC & Application Software 3 R 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ CIS A110 P11 Computer Concepts in Business 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ CIS A110 P12 Computer Concepts in Business 3 W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/6 COMPUTER & NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CNT A160 P11 PC Operating Systems 3 F 0600p-0845p 1/17-5/ CNT A165 PX1 Customer Service Fundamentals 1 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ CNT A168 P11 Comp User Support & Help Desk 3 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ CNT A242 PM1 Industry Net Directory Config 3 M W 0700p-0945p 1/17-3/ CNT A243 PM1 Industry App Infrastructure 3 M W 0700p-0945p 3/20-5/ CNT A261 P11 CCNA 2 4 M W 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ CNT A271 P11 CCNA 4 4 T R 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ CNT A276 P11 Individual Technical Project 3 ARR 1/17-5/ CNT A282 P11 Industry Workplace Experience 3 ARR 1/17-5/ CNT A290 P11 IT-Storage and VMWare 3 T R 0700p-0845p 1/17-5/6 COMMUNICATION COMM A111 P11 Fund Oral Communication 3 R 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ COMM A235 P11 Small Group Communication 3 T 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ COMM A241 P11 Public Speaking 3 W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ COMM A241 P12 Public Speaking 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 COUNSELING COUN A101 PN1 Intro to Career Exploration 1 F 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/6 DIETETICS & NUTRITION DN A203 P11 Nutrition for Health Sciences 3 S 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/6 ECONOMICS ECON A201 P11 Prin of Macroeconomics 3 T 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ ECON A201 PX1 Prin of Macroeconomics 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ ECON A202 P11 Prin of Microeconomics 3 W 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ ECON A202 PX1 Prin of Microeconomics 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/6 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY EMT A130 P11 Emergency Med Tech I 8 M W F 0600p-1000p 1/17-5/6 SOA Written Certification Exam F 0600p-0930p 5/5 AK State Practical Exam S 0900a-0500p 5/ EMT A230 P11 Emergency Med Tech 2 3 T 0600p-1000p 1/17-5/6 SOA Written Certification Exam F 0600p-0930p 5/5 AK State Practical Exam S 0900a-0500p 5/6 ENGLISH ENGL A111 P11 Introduction to Composition 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ ENGL A111 P12 Introduction to Composition 3 M W 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ ENGL A111 P13 Introduction to Composition 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ ENGL A111 P14 Introduction to Composition 3 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ ENGL A111 P15 Introduction to Composition 3 T R 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ ENGL A111 P16 Introduction to Composition 3 S 1000a-1200p 1/17-5/ ENGL A111 P17 Introduction to Composition 3 W 0700P-0945P 1/17-5/ ENGL A202 P11 Masterpieces of World Lit II 3 T R 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ ENGL A212 P11 Technical Writing 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ ENGL A212 P12 Technical Writing 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ ENGL A212 P13 Technical Writing 3 T R 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ ENGL A212 P14 Technical Writing 3 W 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ENGL A213 P11 Writing in Soc & Nat Sciences 3 M W 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ ENGL A213 P12 Writing in Soc & Nat Sciences 3 T R 0900a-1015a 1/17-5/ ENGL A260 P11 Intro to Creative Writing 3 W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/6 ENGINEERING ENGR A151 P11 Introduction to Engineering 1 W 0700p-0800p 1/17-5/6 ENGINEERING SCIENCE ES A210 P11 Engineering Dynamics 3 R 0700p- 0945p 1/17-5/6 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES ENVI A211 P11 Environmental Science 3 T 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ ENVI A211L P11 Environmental Science Lab 1 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 FRENCH FREN A102 P11 Elementary French II 4 T R 0315p-0500p 1/17-5/6 GEOGRAPHY GEOG A101 P11 Intro to Geography 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ GEOG A111 P11 Physical Geography 3 T R 0900a-1015a 1/17-5/6 HISTORY HIST A101 P11 Western Civilization I 3 T R 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ HIST A102 P11 Western Civilization II 3 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ HIST A102 PX1 Western Civilization II 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ HIST A122 P11 East Asian Civil II 3 T R 0900a-1015a 1/17-5/ HIST A131 P11 History of U.S. I 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ HIST A131 PX1 History of U.S. I 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ HIST A132 P11 History of U.S. II 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ HIST A132 P12 History of U. 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II 3 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ HIST A390 P11 Failure/Success-Civilization 3 W 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 HEALTH SCIENCES HS A220 P31 Core Concepts in Health Sci 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 HUMAN SERVICES HUMS A107 P11 History & Systems of HUMS 3 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ HUMS A122 P11 Sub Abuse/Contemp Prob 3 M W 0230P-0345p 1/17-5/ HUMS A185 P11 Introduction to Field Work 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ HUMS A223 P11 Intro to Paraprof Counseling I 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ HUMS A295B P11 Human SVCS Practicum II 3 R 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ HUMS A324 P11 Intro Paraprof Counseling II 3 R 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/6 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTL A101 P11 Intro to Geography 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/6 JAPANESE JPN A102 P11 First Year Japanese II 4 M W 0700p-0845p 1/17-5/6 JUSTICE JUST A110 P11 Introduction to Justice 3 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ JUST A241 P11 Business Law I 3 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ JUST A242 PX1 Business Law II 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ JUST A251 P11 Crime & Delinquency 3 T R 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/6 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS LGOP A110 P11 Logistics Info Syst Cust Serv 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 MEDICAL ASSISTING MA A101 P11 Medical Terminology 3 R 1215p-0300p 1/17-5/ MA A101 P12 Medical Terminology 3 R 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 MATHEMATICS MATH A054 P11 Prealgebra 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ MATH A054 P12 Prealgebra 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ MATH A055 P11 Elementary Algebra 3 M W 0900a-1015a 1/17-5/ MATH A055 P12 Elementary Algebra 3 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ MATH A055 P13 Elementary Algebra 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ MATH A055 P14 Elementary Algebra 3 T R 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ MATH A055 P15 Elementary Algebra 3 M W 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ MATH A060 P11 Essential Mathematics 4 M W 1030a-1215p 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P11 Intermediate Algebra 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P12 Intermediate Algebra 3 M W 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P13 Intermediate Algebra 3 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P14 Intermediate Algebra 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P15 Intermediate Algebra 3 R 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P16 Intermediate Algebra 3 T R 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ MATH A105 P17 Intermediate Algebra 3 S 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ MATH A151 P11 College Algebra for Calculus 4 T R 1030a-1215p 1/17-5/ MATH A151 P12 College Algebra for Calculus 4 T R 0100p-0245p 1/17-5/ MATH A151 PX1 College Algebra/Calc (DIST COLL) 4 M W 0500p-0645p 1/17-5/ MATH A152 P11 Trigonometry 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ MATH A221 P11 Appl Calc for Mngrl/Soc Sci 3 T R 0830a-0945a 1/17-5/ MATH A251 P11 Calculus I 4 T R 1030a-1215p 1/17-5/ MATH A252 P11 Calculus II 4 M W 0830a-1015a 1/17-5/ MATH A253 P11 Calculus III 4 T R 0330p-0515p 1/17-5/ MATH A302 P11 Ordinary Differential Eqns 3 T R 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/6 MUSIC MUS A121 P11 Music Appreciation 3 T 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ MUS A121 P12 Music Appreciation 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ MUS A121 PX1 Music Appreciation 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/6 PHYSICAL ED PROFESSIONAL PEP A161 PN1 Wilderness First Responder 4 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/6 class also meets: 2/4, 2/11, 2/25, 3/4, 3/25, 4/1, 4/8, 4/15, 4/29, 5/6 S 0900a-0500p PHYSICAL ED & RECREATION PER A120 PM1 Beginning Yoga 1 R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/6 PHILOSOPHY PHIL A101 P11 *Intro to Logic 3 T R 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ PHIL A201 P11 *Intro to Philosophy 3 M W 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/ PHIL A211 PX1 *Ancient & Medieval Philosophy 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ PHIL A212 PX1 *Early Modern Philosophy 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/6 PHYSICS PHYS A123 P11 Basic Physics I 3 W 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ PHYS A123L P11 Basic Physics I Laboratory 1 T 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ PHYS A124 P11 Basic Physics II 3 W 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ PHYS A124L P11 Basic Physics II Laboratory 1 T 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ PHYS A130 P11 Survey of College Physics 3 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ PHYS A212 P11 General Physics II 3 W 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/ PHYS A212L P11 General Physics II Lab 1 M 0700p-0945p 1/17-5/6 PARAMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY PMED A251 P11 Paramedicine II 8 MTWR 0900a-0100p 1/17-5/ PMED A252 P11 Clinical Rotation II 4 ARR 1/17-5/ PMED A295 P11 Paramedic Internship 12 ARR 1/17-5/6 PREPARATORY ENGLISH PRPE A080 P11 Basic Writing 3 M W 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ PRPE A086 P11 Writing Strategies 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ PRPE A086 P12 Writing Strategies 3 T R 0230p-0345p 1/17-5/ PRPE A105 P11 Intro to College Study Skills 3 W 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ PRPE A108 P11 Intro to College Writing 3 M W 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ PRPE A108 P12 Intro to College Writing 3 M W 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ PRPE A108 P13 Intro to College Writing 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/ PRPE A108 P14 Intro to College Writing 3 W 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/6 POLITICAL SCIENCE PS A102 P11 Intro to Political Science 3 T R 1030a-1145a 1/17-5/6 PSYCHOLOGY PSY A111 P11 General Psychology 3 W 0900a-1145a 1/17-5/ PSY A111 P12 General Psychology 3 T R 0100p-0215p 1/17-5/ PSY A111 PX1 General Psychology 3 DIST BLKBD 1/17-5/ PSY A150 P11 Lifespan Development 3 M W 0530p-0645p 1/17-5/ PSY A150 P12 Lifespan Development 3 M 0100p-0345p 1/17-5/ PSY A150 P13 Lifespan Development 3 T R 0400p-0515p 1/17-5/6 RENEWABLE ENERGY RE A100 P11 Intro to Sustainable Energy 3 M 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ RE A100 PX1 Intro to Sustainable Energy 3 T 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ RE A110 PM1 Intro to Solar PV Systems 1 W 0400p-0645p 2/22-3/ RE A130 PM1 Intro to Small Wind Systems 1 W 0400p-0645p 4/5-5/ RE A140 PM1 Home Energy Basics 1 W 0400p-0645p 1/18-2/ RE A203 P11 Sustainable Energy Proj Dev 3 R 0400p-0645p 1/17-5/ RE A210 P11 Cold Climate Construction 3 T 0600p-0900p 1/17-5/6 REFRIGERATION & HEATING TECHNOLOGY RH A122 P11 Refrig & Air Conditioning 4 M 0500p-0945p 1/17-5/ RH A126 P11 Elect Circuits Ref&Ht II 3 W 0500p-0845p 1/17-5/ RH A132 P11 Troubleshooting for HVAC/R Sys 3 T 0500p-0845p 1/17-5/ RH A226 P11 Commercial HVAC/R Systems 4 M 0500p-0945p 1/17-5/ RH A228 P11 Advanced Hydronic Heat Sys 4 T 0500p-0945p 1/17-5/ RH A229 P11 HVAC/R Control Systems 3 W 0500p-0845p 1/17-5/ RH A232 P11 HVAC/R Sheet Metal 3 R 0500p-0845p 1/17-5/ RH A290 P11 Fund of Digital Controls 3 F 0500p-0845p 1/17-5/6 RUSSIAN RUSS A102 P11 Elementary Russian II 4 R 0445p-0820p 1/17-5/6 SOCIOLOGY SOC A101 P11 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