Spring Semester 2023 - Credit Courses

Complete Credit Course Offering with Descriptions - All Locations

January 17, 2023 - May 11, 2023

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is subject to change.

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This information was last updated on Saturday, February 04, 2023 at 6:40:07 PM

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ACT_106_48Beg Conditioning and Fitness
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/8/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: For Troy High School students only.
1crArrArrangedTroy
High
School
12J Hawk
 

Students will work with the instructor to develop a personalized workout comprised of a combination of cardiovascular work and weight training. This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ACT_150_01Beginning Yoga
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crMW12:00PM-12:50PMWCC 1110S Vanichanan-Meek
Add'l Fee: $25.00
 

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to Hatha Yoga physical exercise. The yoga postures exercise every part of the body; stretching and toning the muscles and joints, the spine and the entire skeletal system. Postures also work on the internal organs, glands, and nerves. By releasing physical and mental tension, they also liberate vast resources of energy as well as maintaining the balance between the mind and body. This course may be repeated for a total of two credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ACT_150_60Beginning Yoga
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
1crMW8:30AM-9:20AMLINB 127C5D McCully
Add'l Fee: $25.00
 

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to Hatha Yoga physical exercise. The yoga postures exercise every part of the body; stretching and toning the muscles and joints, the spine and the entire skeletal system. Postures also work on the internal organs, glands, and nerves. By releasing physical and mental tension, they also liberate vast resources of energy as well as maintaining the balance between the mind and body. This course may be repeated for a total of two credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ACT_168_01Body by Barre
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crMW1:00PM-1:50PMWCC 1116G Reeb
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Students are guided through a series of low-impact, high-intensity isometric movements designed to improve flexibility while strengthening and toning the body.


ACT_191y_48Boot Camp
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/8/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: For Troy High School students only.
1crArrArrangedTroy
High
School
7J Hawk
 

This cardio-strength class offers basic moves with lots of intensity! Interval and strength training with speed and agility drills, power and plyometric drills and calisthenics. Step, jump ropes and weights will be used. This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ACT_283_01Logger Sports
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crTh3:00PM-4:50PMRH 13122A Beall

A Larsen

Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

This course introduces the safe and proper use of crosscut saws, axes, and chain saws as they are used in intercollegiate Logger Sports competition. Emphasis is placed on equipment maintenance, safety of use and proper techniques for competition. The last third of the term, students will compete in Logger Sports contests throughout the Northwest. This course may be repeated for a total of two credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


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ACTG_102_47Accounting Procedures II
Meets: 1/19/2023-6/8/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: For Libby High School students only.
4crArrArrangedLibby
High
School
19M Foss
 

Prerequisite: ACTG 101 or instructor's consent. A continuation of ACTG 101, this course covers notes payable and receivable, valuation of receivables, inventories, plant and equipment, the voucher system, accounting for partnerships and corporations, financial statement analysis, and cash flow statements.


ACTG_150_80Accounting on Microcomputers
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline10S Nolan
 

Prerequisites: ACTG 101 or ACTG 201 or equivalent. This course provides students with a realistic approach to computerized accounting principles using QuickBooks Pro. Students will learn QuickBooks functions while completing accounting problems using this software. In addition, students will also complete accounting functions using Access and Excel.


ACTG_180_80Payroll Accounting
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Online Course
Note: This is an eight week course.
2crArrArrangedOnline12V Laudati
 

Prerequisite: ACTG 101 or ACTG 201.This course is an introduction to payroll accounting including relevant federal and state income tax laws and labor laws, pension plans, worker's compensation, unemployment insurance and necessary records and reports.


ACTG_201_01Principles of Fin Acct
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh9:00AM-10:50AMBSS 1345V Laudati
 

An introduction to the theory and application of accounting, this course covers double entry accounting, the accounting cycle, merchandising operations, control accounts and subsidiary ledgers, internal control, cash, short-term investments, accounts receivable, merchandise inventory, plant assets, current liabilities,long-term liabilities, payroll, financial statement disclosures and partnership accounting.


ACTG_201_80Principles of Fin Acct
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline1V Laudati
 

An introduction to the theory and application of accounting, this course covers double entry accounting, the accounting cycle, merchandising operations, control accounts and subsidiary ledgers, internal control, cash, short-term investments, accounts receivable, merchandise inventory, plant assets, current liabilities,long-term liabilities, payroll, financial statement disclosures and partnership accounting.


ACTG_202_01Principles of Mang Acct
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Requires internet access.
4crTTh12:00PM-1:50PMBSS 13410V Laudati
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or better in ACTG 201. A continuation of ACTG 201, this course includes corporate organization, dividends, retained earnings, earnings per share, long-term liabilities, long-term investments and consolidations, statement of cash flows,analysis and interpretation of financial statements, accounting for manufacturing operations, job order costing, process costing, cost-volume-profit relationships, business segments and departmental reporting, planning and budgeting.


ACTG_202_80Principles of Mang Acct
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline6V Laudati
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or better in ACTG 201. A continuation of ACTG 201, this course includes corporate organization, dividends, retained earnings, earnings per share, long-term liabilities, long-term investments and consolidations, statement of cash flows,analysis and interpretation of financial statements, accounting for manufacturing operations, job order costing, process costing, cost-volume-profit relationships, business segments and departmental reporting, planning and budgeting.


ACTG_207_80Adv Acct on Microcomputers
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Online Course
Late Starting Course
2crArrArrangedOnline17S Nolan
 

Prerequisites: ACTG 101 or ACTG 201 and previous computer experience. This course teaches students how to use computerized accounting software. Students will convert a manual accounting system to a commercial computerized accounting system. The course includes both converting an existing company into a computerized accounting system as well as creating a new company.


ACTG_210_01Cost Accounting
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW12:00PM-1:50PMBSS 13415S Nolan
 

Prerequisite(s): ACTG 202.This course teaches students to use relevant accounting data and techniques when making management decisions. It covers types of costs and their relationships, budgets, break even computations, costing systems and cost allocations.


ACTG_231_80Applied Accounting
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Online Course
Late Starting Course
2crArrArrangedOnline16S Nolan
 

Prerequisite: ACTG 101 or ACTG 201. This course applies terminology, concepts and techniques learned in accounting to computerized accounting software packages. It also covers setting up inventory, creating invoices, customizing forms, creating reports and graphs, payroll, processing payments and using all other accounts.


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AGSC_202y_01Practical Farm Prod / Equip
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
4crMW9:00AM-2:00PMAG 1002H Estrada

D Regan

Add'l Fee: $25.00
 

This course provides an introduction to organic vegetable and fruit production in northwestern Montana. Activities undertaken in this course will reflect typical spring operations on a small acreage farm, including greenhouse and field settings. Topics covered include choosing what crops to grow, seeding and planting, preparing beds, building soil, and extending the season.


AGSC_241_01Field Crop Production
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:00PM-2:30PMAT 20623H Estrada
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 110N.This course is a study of modern agronomic field crop production practices as they relate to crop growth, yield, and quality. Topics covered include: environmental effects on crop development, plant breeding, nutrient and water management, cultural practices, pest management, harvest and postharvest handling, and current issues in crop management.


AGSC_265_90Building Community Food System
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crTTh2:00PM-3:15PMAT 20521H Estrada
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

This course examines the connections between farming, food, and society at global, national, and regional levels, with a focus on community food system transformation. Students will think critically about food system components and gain experience in building community food systems through collaborative projects aimed at increasing community access to regionally produced food.


AGSC_298y_90Internship: Campus Farm
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crArrArrangedAG 10018D Regan
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

This course offers a supervised, structured learning experience at the FVCC campus farm. Students experience the selection process, receive training related to their field of study, enhance their academic learning, and gain exposure to the workplace. Students apply theoretical classroom concepts to real world workplace issues. Students will participate in activities and class time beyond the hours spent at the job site. Typically, a student completes 45 site hours per credit earned.


AGSC_298z_90Internship: Agric Enterprise
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crArrArrangedAG 10019H Estrada
 

Prerequisite(s ): completion of 15 credits with GPA 2.0 or better and advisor's consent.This course offers a supervised, structured learning experience at an approved agricultural business/organization. Students experience the selection process, receive training related to their field of study, enhance their academic learning, and gain exposure to the workplace. Students apply theoretical classroom concepts to real world workplace issues. Students will participate in activities and class time beyond the hours spent at the job site. Typically, a student completes 45 site hours per credit earned.


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AHMA_203_01Med Asst Clinical Prcdrs II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh12:30PM-2:45PMBC 11810C Degenhardt
Add'l Fee: $25.00
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "B-"(2.7) or above in AHMA 201, AHMA 202, and AHMA 205.This course advances the knowledge and skills required for completing the Medical Assistant CAS program. The student is trained in urinalysis, administering injections, performing phlebotomy, handling specimens, and principles of radiology. Throughout the course an emphasis is placed on courteous treatment of the patient, professionalism in the medical office, attention to detail, and accurate documentation in the electronic health record.


AHMA_204_01Med Asst Clinical Prcdrs II Lb
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crT3:00PM-4:50PMBC 11810C Degenhardt
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Corequisite: AHMA 203.This course is a continuation of AHMA 203 with an emphasis on performing medical assistant clinical skills.


AHMA_206_80MA Clinical Approaches II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
1crArrArrangedOnline10C Degenhardt
 

Prerequisite: AHMA 201, AHMA 202, AHMA 205.Corequisites: AHMA 203, AHMA 204.This online course reinforces student preparation for on-site clinical experiences through researching case studies and applying critical thinking skills. Case studies will be based on patient information related to material covered in pervious AHMA courses.


AHMA_220_01Phlebotomy
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crF9:00AM-1:00PMBC 1443K Leaser
Add'l Fee: $100.00
 

The profession of phlebotomy is taught through lecture, student laboratory, and clinical experiences. The course will focus on skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and standard precautions. Topics include vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults. Collection of specimens from children and infants is discussed. Emphasis will be placed on infection prevention, patient identification, specimen labeling, quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, accessioning, professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology. Students will learn the theory and principles of CLIA-waived laboratory tests. Students will complete a minimum of 40 hours classroom/lab training. Clinical hours will be completed via AHMA 221.


AHMA_221_02Phlebotomy Clinical Training
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is an eight-week course. An application and the instructor's signature are required for registration. This class will meet Saturday, March 11th for a mandatory information and review session from 9:00AM -1:00PM. Additional meeting days will be arranged for this course. Please contact Margaret Stell at 406-756-3813 or the course instructor Kelly Leaser at 406-756-3967 regarding this class.
2crS8:30AM-12:30PMBC 1447K Leaser

A Wieczorek
 

Prerequisite(s): a grade of "B" or better in AHMA 220 within past three semesters, application process, and department consent.This course includes 100 hours of clinical practice in specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. Emphasis is placed on infection control and prevention, proper patient identification, labeling of specimens, quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, and accessioning. The course is designed to allow students to develop the skills, knowledge, and attitude required to function in a professional manner in the health care setting. Students must perform a minimum of 100 successful venipunctures and 8 successful skin punctures. Students who successfully complete AHMA 220 and AHMA 221 will be eligible to sit for the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Phlebotomy Technician national examination.


AHMA_230_90Adv Medical Office Procedures
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
4crTh3:00PM-4:50PMBC 11810C Degenhardt
 

Prerequisite(s): AHMS 220.An advanced course intended to train medical assisting students in the administrative procedures currently used in medical offices including, but not limited to, coding, processing of insurance claims, and EMR. Students will also be taught introductory skills of becoming a medical scribe while using current technology.


AHMA_250_80Electronic Medical Procedures
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline18C Degenhardt
 

This course builds a comprehensive understanding and comfort level with the electronic health record that applies directly to the clinical workplace.


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AHMS_107_80Career Essentials for Hlth Sci
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
0crArrArrangedOnline24J Wenz
 

This course focuses on the foundational knowledge and skills students need prior to entry into a health science program. It also helps students understand the experience of working in healthcare settings. Emphasis is on types of healthcare delivery systems and regulations, communication skills, patient-centered care, teamwork, worker behaviors and attitudes, legal and ethical responsibilities, self-care, and safe quality practice.


AHMS_144_02Medical Terminology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW3:30PM-4:45PMBC 14218H Chapnick
 

This course is a systematic approach to scientific terminology that prepares students to function properly in fields related to the medical profession. Familiarity with word elements and competent use of a medical dictionary are emphasized.


AHMS_144_41Medical Terminology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
19L Pendergast
 

This course is a systematic approach to scientific terminology that prepares students to function properly in fields related to the medical profession. Familiarity with word elements and competent use of a medical dictionary are emphasized.


AHMS_144_42.6Medical Terminology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Flathead High School students only.
3crArrArrangedFlathead
High
School
20K Fox
 

This course is a systematic approach to scientific terminology that prepares students to function properly in fields related to the medical profession. Familiarity with word elements and competent use of a medical dictionary are emphasized.


AHMS_144_80Medical Terminology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline8K Ryan
 

This course is a systematic approach to scientific terminology that prepares students to function properly in fields related to the medical profession. Familiarity with word elements and competent use of a medical dictionary are emphasized.


AHMS_175_80Medical Law and Ethics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline18B Rudolph
 

This course is designed to prepare the medical office assistant for a variety of legal situations that arise in the medical office setting. Content stresses the importance of medical office personnel having knowledge of the law, personal protection, patient protection, physician protection, the duties of the physician, responsibility and standard of care. The course also examines case law, the difference between civil and criminal law, contracts, malpractice, and the economic impacts and offers a comprehensive vocabulary of legal terms.


AHMS_210_90Basic Medical Coding
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTh5:30PM-7:00PMBSS 11020K Meuchel
 

Prerequisite: AHMS 144.This course introduces basic coding information for CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-9-CM coding sets, focusing on learning guidelines and assigning CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-9-CM codes to a wide range of abbreviated coding scenarios covering different body systems and medical specialties. Complete source documents will be used periodically and AHIMA's Standards of Ethical Coding will be reviewed. Basic billing & reimbursement issues will be discussed. (Coding will be taught for the physician reimbursement, not the facility, so ICD-9-CM will not be covered. These are covered in the Intermediate Coding classes.)


AHMS_252_80Computerized Medical Billing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
2crArrArrangedOnline25B Rudolph
 

This course provides hands-on training to students seeking employment in medical offices. It covers the fundamentals of ICD-10, SPT, and HCPCS coding and is appropriate for the beginner or intermediate level office staff as well.


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AHMT_101_80Intro to Med Lab Tech
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
2crArrArrangedOnline2T Kotrla
 

This course is intended for students interested in the profession of Medical Laboratory Technology. Students are provided an overview of accreditation and certification, types of laboratory personnel, medical, ethical and legal issues, laboratory safety, laboratory math, use and care of the microscope, a description of the testing performed in the major laboratory departments and quality control and quality assurance.


AHMT_230_90Immunohematology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Break included in listed class time. Internet access required.
3crTh8:30AM-12:30PMKalispell
Regional
Medical
Center
2A Eney
 

Prerequisites: AHMT 201, AHMT 205, AHMT 210, AHMT 295v with a minimum score of 75% in both the lecture and lab portions of each course.Corequisites: AHMT 240, AHMT 295x. Immunohematology is a specialized branch of laboratory medicine which involves the study of blood group antigens and antibodies. The processes of quality testing include quality control, basic laboratory techniques including phlebotomy and safety. It involves the study of the principles, procedures, clinical significance and practice of a wide variety of procedures including: donor selection, component collection, preparation and use, and techniques used to detect antigen/antibody reactions which may adversely affect a patient receiving a transfusion. The topics to be covered include the principles and procedures for donor screening, preparation and use of components, antigens and antibodies of the ABO, Rh and other blood group systems, pretransfusion testing procedures, hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn, neonatal and obstetrical transfusion practice, autoimmune hemolytic anemias, and adverse effects of transfusion.


AHMT_240_90Clinical Chemistry
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Break included in listed class time. Internet access required.
3crF8:30AM-12:30PMKalispell
Regional
Medical
Center
2D Pacovsky
 

Prerequisites: AHMT 201, AHMT 205, AHMT 210, AHMT 295v with a minimum grade of 75% in both the lecture and laboratory portion of each course.Corequisites: AHMT 230, AHMT 295x.This course includes the theoretical and fundamental instrumentation methodologies, including practical concepts associated with testing procedures used in the chemistry department. These include important aspects of acid-base balance, electrolytes, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, metabolites, hormones, and toxins as they relate to laboratory analysis. Emphasis is placed on major organ functions and the appropriate assays, collection and analysis of various body fluids, and laboratory findings to indicate disease processes. Included are applications of general laboratory principles, laboratory math, quality control, and variables affecting laboratory results.


AHMT_295x_01Clinical: Medical Lab II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Break included in listed class time. Internet access required.
8crMTW7:30AM-3:30PMKalispell
Regional
Medical
Center
2D Pacovsky
Add'l Fee: $350.00
 

Prerequisites: AHMT 201, AHMT 205, AHMT 210, and AHMT 295v with a minimum grade of 75% in both the lecture and laboratory portions of each course.Corequisites: AHMT 230, AHMT 240.This course is a health-related, work-based learning experience allowing students to apply laboratory skills in both on-site and off-site environments. Students will have direct supervision by clinical professionals at off-site environments. Experiences will include Urinalysis/Body Fluids, Hematology/ Coagulation, Phlebotomy, Immunohematology, and Clinical Chemistry.


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AHPT_105_80Intro to Physcl Thrpist Assist
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline16J Robertson
 

This course gives the student an overview of the Physical Therapy profession by providing a historical perspective, as well as an understanding of its philosophy in relation to the professional organization; an overview of the roles of the Physical Therapy staff members in the clinical settings as well as members of the health care team in various delivery systems; development of interpersonal communication skills relating to the profession; and an understanding of the commitment of the graduate to continued personal and professional development. This course provides an overview of ethical and legal issues relating to the role of the PTA in health care delivery. It includes such topics as financing of physical therapy; regulations governing PTA's; code of ethics; the purpose of documentation and types of medical records; and scope of PT and PTA practice.


AHPT_201_01Physcl Thrpist Assist II / Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-4/14/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crF

TW
8:30AM-12:00PM

1:00PM-4:00PM
BC 114

BC 114
3J Robertson
Add'l Fee: $300.00
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 105, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 210, and AHPT 218.Corequisites: AHPT 213, AHPT 215, and AHPT 220.This is the second in the series of procedures and application courses. The following topics are covered: theoretical principles and application of cardiopulmonary rehab, industrial rehab, ergonomics, gait analysis and training; prosthetic and orthotic application and treatment; breathing exercises and strategies, airway clearance techniques; biofeedback, topical applications, electrotherapy, ultrasound; light therapies; procedure and application of cervical and lumbar traction; theory and application of massage/manual therapy. Students will accurately document the treatment and patient's response within various related case studies as well as present research to the class about a selected therapeutic modality using peer-reviewed journals.


AHPT_213_01Neurorehab for the PTA
Meets: 1/17/2023-4/14/2023
Kalispell Campus
6crMTh

W
8:30AM-12:00PM

8:30AM-12:00PM
BC 114

BC 114
3J Heil
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 105, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 210, and AHPT 218.Corequisites: AHPT 201, AHPT 215, and AHPT 220.This is an introduction to neuroanatomy and neurophysiology in relationship to neurological pathologies of the brain and spinal cord commonly treated by physical therapy. Through this course the student is also introduced to neurological development: normal vs. abnormal - birth through adult; disease processes and outcomes; and neurophysiological routines used for treatment. Students will become familiar with general guidelines for completing a sensory assessment utilizing testing protocol. Principles and treatment of specific neurological disabilities are also presented.


AHPT_215_01Introduction to Orthopedics
Meets: 1/17/2023-4/14/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMTh

T
1:00PM-4:00PM

8:30AM-12:00PM
BC 114

BC 114
3J Heil
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 105, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 210, AHPT 218, AHPT 280.Corequisites: AHPT 201, AHPT 213, and AHPT 220.This course introduces students to pediatric and adult musculoskeletal pathologies and management of orthopedic and surgical problems commonly seen by physical therapy. Course content will include basic biomechanics and mechanisms of orthopedic injuries and disease; survey of surgical repair with emphasis on rehabilitation; evaluation techniques and treatments used by physical therapists; use of manual muscle testing for orthopedic pathologies; theoretical application of therapeutic exercise programs and equipment commonly used for treatment of various orthopedic conditions and surgical procedures.


AHPT_220_01Clinical Experience II
Meets: 4/17/2023-5/26/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
4crMTWThFArrangedBC 1143J Robertson
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 105, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 210, and AHPT 218.Corequisites: AHPT 201, AHPT 213, and AHPT 215.This is the second of three full-time clinical experiences. The students will continue to build on their clinical experiences from AHPT 210 and previous coursework. This course will include a four-week clinical rotation at an approved site.


AHPT_280_80Special Topics for the PTA
Meets: 1/3/2023-1/20/2023
Online Course
1crArrArrangedOnline3J Heil
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 105, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 210, and AHPT 218.Corequisites: AHPT 201, AHPT 213, AHPT 215, and AHPT 220.This course is designed to teach the theory and application of specialized areas of physical therapist assistant practice, exploring the mechanism of action, adverse effects, and physical therapy implications of drugs used to treat conditions commonly encountered by the physical therapist assistant. In addition, this course will explore the essential information physical therapist assistants need to be able to accurately recognize patients' medical imaging studies in order to better understand the nature of their pathology or injury. Emphasis will be placed on radiography, CT Scan, and MRI images related to various conditions commonly seen in physical therapy. This course will also explore important issues related to reimbursement and the importance of research and evidence-based practice.


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AHST_116_01Surg Techniques I with Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Surgical Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHST courses.
6crMW

TTh
9:30AM-11:20AM

9:30AM-11:20AM
BC 135

BC 135
3R Hoggatt
Add'l Fee: $400.00
 

Prerequisite: AHST 101.Corequisite: AHST 201, BIOH 211NL, BIOM 250. This course presents entry-level responsibilities, skills, and competencies of the surgical technologist for the scrub and circulator roles. This course includes lecture, role playing, videos, and problem-solving sessions. One-on-one teaching and assessment with each student is emphasized. Students are responsible for teaching and assisting fellow classmates learn techniques and skills. One of the first lessons learned is teamwork and being critiqued by your team, which is a basic concept of the operating room team.


AHST_201_01Surgical Procedures I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Surgical Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHST courses.
4crTTh12:30PM-2:20PMBC 1359R Hoggatt
 

Prerequisites: AHST 101, BIOH 211.Corequisites: AHST 116, BIOM 250NL.This course emphasizes procedures in general, obstetric/gynecologic, ENT, oral maxillofacial, orthopedic, laparoscopic and diagnostic procedures.


AHST_207_01Prof Dvlpmnt and Leadership
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Surgical Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHST courses.
3crF9:00AM-11:50AMBC 1359R Hoggatt
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

Prerequisites: AHST 202, AHST 216. Corequisite: AHST 255. This course provides discussion of topics of special interest to surgical technologists, including resume writing, simulated job interview, case scenarios, and review for the National Certification Exam. Students are also required to complete the Program Assessment Exam conducted by the Association of Surgical Technologists.


AHST_255_01Advanced Surgical Clinical
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Surgical Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHST courses.
10crArrArrangedArranged9R Hoggatt

T McIlhargey
 

Prerequisite: AHST 202, AHST 216. Corequisite: AHST 207.Students will be scrubbing in a hospital operating room. This clinical will prepare students to perform in the role of first scrub. Students will assist in a variety of surgeries and related duties. Students will apply their knowledge of surgical techniques, procedures, equipment, instruments, and supplies along with increasingly developing their skills to more complex procedures. This class will also have rotations in Central Processing, Same Day Surgery, and Endoscopy.


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AHXR_108_01Intro to Radiologic Physics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crT8:45AM-11:45AMBC 1331C Bench
 

Prerequities: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "B-" or better in M 095.This course is an introduction to the basic physics of ionizing electromagnetic radiation with specific applications to diagnostic x-ray radiography. The course is designed as an introduction to the fundamental physics of radiation, and serves to prepare the student for subsequent specialized courses in radiology. Topics include the principles, concepts, and practices of scientific measurement, the basic principles of atomic and molecular structure, matter, work, energy, power, electricity including electrostatics, electrodynamics, and electromagnetism, the production of ionizing electromagnetic radiation, its properties, its interaction with matter, and fundamentals of radiation dosimetry.


AHXR_111_01Radiographic Procedures II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
3crMW8:45AM-10:15AMBC 1331C Bench
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

Prerequisites: AHXR 110, instructor's consent.This course is designed to build on the knowledge and experience gained from AHXR 110. There is a continuation of the study of anatomy, positioning protocols, and techniques used to image bony anatomy. It also presents an introduction into fluoroscopic procedures and contrast media.


AHXR_116_01Radiographic Principles II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
3crMW10:30AM-12:00PMBC 1331C Bench
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisites: AHXR 115, instructor's consent.This course is a continuation of AHXR 115 in learning about imaging equipment operation. It focuses on the physics and function of tomographic, fluoroscopic and mobil x-ray units. Introduction to conventional versus digital imaging equipment is also presented.


AHXR_195y_01Radiographic Clinical: II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
4crArrArrangedKalispell
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1C Bench

B Hoerner

Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

Prerequisites: AHXR 195 Radiographic Clinical: I, instructor's consent. This second clinical course gives students the opportunity to apply and practice material learned in lecture courses. Experience includes assisting the radiologist during fluoroscopy procedures, supporting surgeons through imaging in the operating room, as well as refining techniques and positioning of all protocols covered in AHXR 110 and AHXR 111.


AHXR_211_01Radiographic Procedures IV
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
2crMW12:15PM-1:45PMBC 1331C Bench
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

Prerequisites: AHXR 115, AHXR 116. This course provides the student with an in-depth study of pathologic conditions pertaining to radiology in lecture format. Lessons include pathology related to each general bone grouping, a dedicated look at pediatric-specific pathology, and a review of specialized modalities best suited for analysis of each disease type.


AHXR_270_01Radiographic Registry Review
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
3crMW2:00PM-3:30PMBC 1331C Bench
Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

Prerequisites: AHXR 210, AHXR 225, AHXR 295 Radiographic Clinical: IV.This course reviews all program material in preparation for the national registry exam for radiologic technology, including anatomy and positioning, patient care, principles and equipment physics, and radiation protection. The format consists of the review assignments, computerized review material, and "mock" registry style exams followed with class evaluation and discussion. A majority of this course is also designated for self-study.


AHXR_295y_01Radiographic Clinical: V
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
7crArrArrangedKalispell
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Medical
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1C Bench

B Hoerner

Add'l Fee: $35.00
 

Prerequisite: AHXR 295-Radiographic Clinical: IV. This final clinical course provides students the opportunity to perform independently as a technologist with support available from a staff technologist or the clinical instructor at all times. Rotations continue to include the specialized modalities, with hands-on participation in preparation for possible specialization and future advanced training.


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ANSC_100N_01Introduction to Animal Science
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMBC 14219H Estrada
 

This course covers basic principles of animal genetics, nutrition, live animal evaluation, reproduction, and their application to the production of beef and dairy cattle, sheep, swine, horses, and poultry.


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ANTY_220G_01Culture & Society
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh3:30PM-4:45PMAT 20213A Harbaugh
 

Prerequisite: ANTY 101 is advised.An introduction to social and cultural anthropology, this course emphasizes key concepts and the comparison of distinctive cultures, social, economic, and political systems, language, religions, esthetics and cultural change. The study of archaeology, ethnology and linguistics will be introduced.


 Art: Art History
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ARTH_201FGH_01Art of World Civilization II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMAT 20218J Watstein
 

This class is a survey of the history of painting, architecture, sculpture, and other arts of Western Civilization - Renaissance to Modern.


ARTH_201FGH_80Art of World Civilization II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline4E Smith
 

This class is a survey of the history of painting, architecture, sculpture, and other arts of Western Civilization - Renaissance to Modern.


 Art: Jewelry
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ARTJ_210F_01Jewelry and Metalsmithing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crMW9:00AM-10:50AMAT 1150D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

An introduction to the tools, techniques, and materials of the professional jeweler/metalsmith with emphasis on the design and production of jewelry objects.


ARTJ_210F_02Jewelry and Metalsmithing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crF9:00AM-12:30PMAT 1155D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

An introduction to the tools, techniques, and materials of the professional jeweler/metalsmith with emphasis on the design and production of jewelry objects.


ARTJ_211F_01Jewelry and Metalsmithing II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crTTh12:30PM-2:20PMAT 1152D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTJ 210.A continuation of ARTJ 210F and further introduction of the tools, techniques, and materials of the professional jeweler/metalsmith. Emphasizes working more 3-dimensionaly with greater complexity.


ARTJ_212_01Jewelry and Metalsmithing III
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crTTh12:30PM-2:20PMAT 1152D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

Prerequisites: ARTJ 211.An in-depth investigation into the tools, techniques, and materials of the professional jeweler. Emphasis will be on the mechanics, ergonomics, and engineering of complex jewelry projects.


ARTJ_213_01Jewelry and Metalsmithing IV
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crTTh12:30PM-2:20PMAT 1152D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

Perequisites: ARTJ 212.A continuation of ARTJ 212 and further in-depth investigation into the tools, techniques, and materials of the professional jeweler/metalsmith. Emphasis will be on business and production methods of the independent studio artist.


ARTJ_232_013D Jewelry Design & Model II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh3:30PM-5:45PMAT 1226K Kolar
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTJ 231.This is an advanced jewelry course designed to continue teaching the student how to design in a 3D CAD/CAM software environment and to further take those designs and create finished wax models on prototyping CNC mills. Manufacturing issues and techniques that will be found in a production setting will be explored.


ARTJ_234_013D Jewelry Design & Model IV
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh3:30PM-5:45PMAT 1226K Kolar
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTJ 233.This advanced CAD/CAM jewelry course is designed to expand skills acquired in the first three semesters of the jewelry CAD/CAM programs. The class will focus on the completion of complex custom designs from inception to ready-for-market pieces. Additionally, students will integrate the preparation of portfolio, marketing, and human relations skills in a simulated jewelry business environment.


ARTJ_250_01Wax Modeling and Casting I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crTTh9:30AM-11:20AMAT 1155D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

An introduction to casting tools, techniques, and materials of the professional jeweler/metalsmith . Emphasis will be on the design and production of custom pieces.


ARTJ_251_01Wax Modeling and Casting II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crTTh9:30AM-11:20AMAT 1150D Harling
Add'l Fee: $45.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTJ 250.A continuation of ARTJ 250. An in-depth investigation into casting tools, techniques and materials of the professional jeweler/metalsmith. Emphasis will be on design and production of multiples.


ARTJ_260_01Stone Setting I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crMW12:00PM-1:50PMAT 115-2D Harling
Add'l Fee: $70.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.In the course, students build basic stone setting skills by learning tool assembly and shaping and how to set stones in a round, oval and pear-marquis head setting.


ARTJ_261_01Stone Setting II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crMW12:00PM-1:50PMAT 115-2D Harling
Add'l Fee: $70.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Students build stone setting skills by completing head settings and assembling tools for channel, flush, pave' and gypsy settings.


ARTJ_280_01Jewelry Repair I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 115.
3crMW3:00PM-4:50PMAT 1154D Harling
Add'l Fee: $35.00
 

Prerequisites: ARTJ 210, ARTJ 211.This comprehensive course teaches students the skills necessary for basic jewelry repair. Students are expected to identify various precious metals as well as cleaning, refurbishing and polishing jewelry. In addition, students learn to size rings, repair broken jewelry and replace stones in damaged pieces. Specifics include: precious metal terminology, cleaning and polishing for repair, soldering techniques for heads and shanks, ring sizing and reshanks, hinge and catch repair, broken chains, diamond removal and tightening, prong work and re-tipping, estimating price quotes.


 Art: Visual Arts
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ARTZ_105F_01Visual Language - Drawing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW10:00AM-12:15PMAT 1071C Flowers
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course, a presentation to art students with varying degrees of talent and exposures to instruction, is designed to help each student develop his or her own unique style. Considerable emphasis is placed upon the perception of the draftsperson and problems arising from the representation of three-dimensional objects on two-dimensional planes. Exercises using a variety of media and papers will occupy a great portion of this course. Class problems and assignments are planned to meet the individual needs of all students. Uniformity is not the aim. The major aim is the exposure to, and subsequent assimilation of, basic drawing "tools."


ARTZ_105F_03Visual Language - Drawing
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
3crTTh9:00AM-12:50PMAT 1077C Flowers
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course, a presentation to art students with varying degrees of talent and exposures to instruction, is designed to help each student develop his or her own unique style. Considerable emphasis is placed upon the perception of the draftsperson and problems arising from the representation of three-dimensional objects on two-dimensional planes. Exercises using a variety of media and papers will occupy a great portion of this course. Class problems and assignments are planned to meet the individual needs of all students. Uniformity is not the aim. The major aim is the exposure to, and subsequent assimilation of, basic drawing "tools."


ARTZ_108F_01Visual Language - 3-D Fndtns
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW1:00PM-2:50PMAT 1086C Flowers
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This course is a continuation of ARTZ 106. This foundational course is designed to present basic concepts, including organization, structure and composition of forms through the use of basic design elements. Emphasis is on three-dimensionality.


ARTZ_130_01Introduction to Ceramics
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is an eight week course.
1crM6:00PM-9:30PMAT 1190
(w3)
T Case
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This introductory short course is designed for students interested in learning the fundamentals of wheel throwing and trimming clay, as well as glazing pottery. The course is designed for students who are not sure they can commit to a full semester course. This course may be repeated for a total of two credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_130_02Introduction to Ceramics
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
1crM6:00PM-9:30PMAT 1190
(w5)
T Case
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This introductory short course is designed for students interested in learning the fundamentals of wheel throwing and trimming clay, as well as glazing pottery. The course is designed for students who are not sure they can commit to a full semester course. This course may be repeated for a total of two credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_130_03Introduction to Ceramics
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is an eight week course.
1crW6:00PM-9:30PMAT 1193L Phan
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This introductory short course is designed for students interested in learning the fundamentals of wheel throwing and trimming clay, as well as glazing pottery. The course is designed for students who are not sure they can commit to a full semester course. This course may be repeated for a total of two credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_211_01Drawing I: Life Drawing
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh4:30PM-8:20PMAT 1088S Guthrie
Add'l Fee: $85.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTZ 105.This is a course designed for the more advanced student. It is expected that prospective students will understand and be capable of demonstrating basic techniques and applications of media. The course is committed to the drawing of the human figure. The first sessions are dedicated to the physiology of the body, the skeletal structure first and then the muscular organization. It is a course aimed at encouraging the student to develop his or her own way of assimilating previous drafting knowledge with the intricacies of the human form. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_212_01Drawing Studio: Drawing II
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
3crTTh1:00PM-5:00PMAT 10714S Guthrie
Add'l Fee: $75.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTZ 105.This course is aimed at students with varying degrees of ability who have successfully completed a beginning drawing program and wish to pursue drawing beyond the basic level. Exercises involving a broader variety of media, their application, and effects will be given emphasis. A portraiture component is included in the curriculum. Class problems and assignments will have enough flexibility to meet the individual needs of all students. Uniformity is not the aim. The major aim of this course is to encourage the development of each student's unique approach to drawing - a personal style. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_221F_01Painting I
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:50PM-4:50PMAT 1072S Guthrie
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This elementary painting course seeks to acquaint students with the basic tools of the painter, focusing on technique and materials. Each assignment is tailored to both satisfy the need for individual expression and to present a vehicle for the practice of new techniques.


ARTZ_221F_02Painting I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-4:15PMAT 1088J Li
 

This elementary painting course seeks to acquaint students with the basic tools of the painter, focusing on technique and materials. Each assignment is tailored to both satisfy the need for individual expression and to present a vehicle for the practice of new techniques.


ARTZ_221F_03Painting I
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
3crMW12:50PM-4:50PMAT 1078S Guthrie
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This elementary painting course seeks to acquaint students with the basic tools of the painter, focusing on technique and materials. Each assignment is tailored to both satisfy the need for individual expression and to present a vehicle for the practice of new techniques.


ARTZ_224F_01Watercolor I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMAT 1111K Leigh
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

A study of the history, materials, techniques and presentation of transparent watercolor, this course considers a variety of subject matter. Summer classes will be conducted "en plein air" (outdoors) weather permitting.


ARTZ_224F_02Watercolor I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh1:00PM-3:15PMAT 1110
(w1)
K Leigh
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

A study of the history, materials, techniques and presentation of transparent watercolor, this course considers a variety of subject matter. Summer classes will be conducted "en plein air" (outdoors) weather permitting.


ARTZ_225_01Watercolor Studio: Water II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMAT 1111K Leigh
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTZ 224 or instructor's consent.An in-depth continuation of ARTZ 224, this course is a study of the history, materials, techniques, and presentation of transparent watercolor with a variety of subject matter considered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_225_02Watercolor Studio: Water II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh1:00PM-3:15PMAT 1110
(w1)
K Leigh
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: ARTZ 224 or instructor's consent.An in-depth continuation of ARTZ 224, this course is a study of the history, materials, techniques, and presentation of transparent watercolor with a variety of subject matter considered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_231F_01Ceramics I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 119.
3crTTh9:00AM-10:50AMAT 1191D Regan
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This is an introductory ceramics course which will include the history, development, and aesthetics of ceramic vessels and sculpture. Students will learn basic technical aspects of building clay, working with glazes, and the firing of ceramic objects. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and the development of ideas.


ARTZ_231F_02Ceramics I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 119.
3crMW1:00PM-2:50PMAT 119-1D Regan
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This is an introductory ceramics course which will include the history, development, and aesthetics of ceramic vessels and sculpture. Students will learn basic technical aspects of building clay, working with glazes, and the firing of ceramic objects. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and the development of ideas.


ARTZ_232u_01Ceramics Studio: Tools & Tech
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 119.
3crTTh2:30PM-4:20PMAT 1191D Regan
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This course is a comprehensive introduction to sculptural ceramic processes and equipment. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


ARTZ_232v_01Ceramics Studio: Wheel Throw
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an additional 50 minutes per week of lab work in AT 119.
3crTTh12:30PM-2:20PMAT 1191
(w1)
D Regan
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This course is designed for all levels of students interested in developing pottery throwing skills including wheel throwing, trimming clay and glazing techniques. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


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ASTR_110N_01Intro to Astronomy
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF11:00AM-11:50AMRH 13015A Ho
Add'l Fee: $3.00
 

This course is an introduction to the history of astronomy, tools of the astronomer, the solar system, stellar bodies and phenomena, and the origin and evolution of the universe.


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BFIN_205_01Personal Finance (equiv 305)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMBSS 1382S Nolan
 

This is an introductory course in personal finance and will expose the student to the issues and importance of personal finance. This course introduces the concepts and applications of personal finance and the importance of personal finance in both business and everyday living. The focus is on explaining the process of financial planning and the logic behind it and why it is important to the potential small business person or to the individual.


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BGEN_110_80Applied Business Leadership
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline15B Rudolph
 

This course will examine how leaders are developed. Personalities will be examined using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and how this personality contributes to team dynamics. This course will also examine different leadership styles and how the student can become a good leader.


BGEN_122_01Business Math
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMBSS 11018S Nolan
 

Prerequisites: M 065.This course reviews the use of basic mathematical concepts as they apply to business. Includes calculations of cash reconciliations, payroll, discounts, interest, taxes, depreciation, inventory, time value of money, and other business applications.


BGEN_204_01Business Fundamentals
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:30PM-1:45PMBSS 10921T Syverson
 

This course focuses on improving students' communication and critical thinking skills in the context of understanding the holistic nature of business. Students will explore the importance of a healthy interdependence between business and society and how the various functions of business (management, marketing, accounting, finance and technology) interact and support each other for operational success.


BGEN_204_80Business Fundamentals
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline13V Laudati
 

This course focuses on improving students' communication and critical thinking skills in the context of understanding the holistic nature of business. Students will explore the importance of a healthy interdependence between business and society and how the various functions of business (management, marketing, accounting, finance and technology) interact and support each other for operational success.


BGEN_235_80Business Law
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline13K Goldsmith
 

This course provides an introduction to law and its role in the business environment. The course will introduce the court system, litigation and arbitration, law of agency, contracts and torts, product liability, forms of domestic and international businesses and the related liabilities, employee rights, consumer protection, principles of anti-trust and debtor/creditor relationships. Where appropriate, references to Montana law will be made.


BGEN_298_80Internship: Business
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline27V Laudati
 

Prerequisites: completion of 30 semester credits with a grade point average of 2.0 or better. Submission of an internship application. This course offers a supervised, structured learning experience at an approved business/organization. Students experience the selection process, receive training related to their field of study, enhance their academic learning, and gain exposure to the workplace. Students apply theoretical classroom concepts to real world workplace issues. Typically, a student completes 45 site hours per one credit of lecture. Additionally, students participate in activities and class time beyond the hours spent at the job site.


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BIOB_101NL_01Discover Biology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTh

TTh
11:00AM-12:50PM

9:30AM-10:45AM
RH 131

RH 130
12A Beall

H Helmstetler

Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course, designed for non-biology majors, is a survey of organization and complexity of living organisms, including biological macromolecules, cell structure and function, metabolism and nutrition, reproduction, development, heredity, and the diversity of living organisms and their ecological relationships. General education credit can be earned for either BIOB 101 or BIOB 160, but not both. Laboratory work is included.


BIOB_101NL_80Discover Biology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: The lab portion of this class requires a LabPaq that costs an additional $202. Due to the online nature of the course students need to order textbook and labpaq when you register.
4crArrArrangedOnline17H Helmstetler
 

This course, designed for non-biology majors, is a survey of organization and complexity of living organisms, including biological macromolecules, cell structure and function, metabolism and nutrition, reproduction, development, heredity, and the diversity of living organisms and their ecological relationships. General education credit can be earned for either BIOB 101 or BIOB 160, but not both. Laboratory work is included.


BIOB_105NL_40Introduction to Biotechnology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Whitefish High School students only.
3crArrArrangedWhitefish
High
School
15C Estrada
 

An introduction to the rapidly-expanding field of biotechnology and its applications to human and veterinary medicine, agriculture, biofuels, bioremediation, and bioinformatics. Laboratory exercises will include basic laboratory safety, measurement methods, microbial cell culture, bacterial transformation, and other core skills used in the biotechnology laboratory. Laboratory included.


BIOB_105NL_42.1Introduction to Biotechnology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
3crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
0S Conner
 

An introduction to the rapidly-expanding field of biotechnology and its applications to human and veterinary medicine, agriculture, biofuels, bioremediation, and bioinformatics. Laboratory exercises will include basic laboratory safety, measurement methods, microbial cell culture, bacterial transformation, and other core skills used in the biotechnology laboratory. Laboratory included.


BIOB_105NL_42Introduction to Biotechnology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
3crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
1S Nadasi
 

An introduction to the rapidly-expanding field of biotechnology and its applications to human and veterinary medicine, agriculture, biofuels, bioremediation, and bioinformatics. Laboratory exercises will include basic laboratory safety, measurement methods, microbial cell culture, bacterial transformation, and other core skills used in the biotechnology laboratory. Laboratory included.


BIOB_106_90Biotechnology BACE Preparation
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crMW3:30PM-5:30PMRH 1267S Stevens
Add'l Fee: $200.00
 

Prerequisites: BIOB 105; CHMY 121.This course is a capstone course that reviews the core skills required for completing the Biosciences Assistant Credential Exam.


BIOB_160NL_01Principles of Living Systems
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMWF

T
10:00AM-10:50AM

8:00AM-9:50AM
RH 131

RH 131
7M McCarthy

A Beall

Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

An introduction to the principles of biology, this course includes the chemical basis of life, the cell, metabolism, homeostasis, reproduction, development and heredity. Laboratory work included.


BIOB_160NL_02Principles of Living Systems
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMWF

T
11:00AM-11:50AM

12:00PM-1:50PM
RH 131

RH 131
13M McCarthy

A Beall

Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

An introduction to the principles of biology, this course includes the chemical basis of life, the cell, metabolism, homeostasis, reproduction, development and heredity. Laboratory work included.


BIOB_160NL_04Principles of Living Systems
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crM

W
5:30PM-7:40PM

5:30PM-7:40PM
AT 202

RH 131
7W Westbroek
Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

An introduction to the principles of biology, this course includes the chemical basis of life, the cell, metabolism, homeostasis, reproduction, development and heredity. Laboratory work included.


BIOB_160NL_80Principles of Living Systems
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: The lab portion of this class requires a lab pack for an estimated additional $60. Due to the online nature of the course students need to order textbook and lab pack when you register.
4crArrArrangedOnline4D Willey
 

An introduction to the principles of biology, this course includes the chemical basis of life, the cell, metabolism, homeostasis, reproduction, development and heredity. Laboratory work included.


BIOB_170N_01Princpls Biological Diversity
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF9:00AM-9:50AMRH 1318M McCarthy
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 160 or Biology Department consent.A survey of the major categories of living organisms including study of their structure, adaptations, evolution and ecology.


BIOB_171L_01Princpls Biological Dvrsty Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crT2:00PM-5:50PMRH 13111A Beall

M McCarthy

Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 160 or Biology Department consent.Corequisite: BIOB 170.A laboratory study of the major categories of living organisms including study of their structure, adaptations, evolution, and ecology.


BIOB_260NL_01Cellular and Molecular Biology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crTh

TTh
2:00PM-5:50PM

12:30PM-1:45PM
RH 126

RH 126
16W Westbroek
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisites: BIOB 160 or Biology Department consent.This course is an introduction to the biology of the cell, and includes the nature of organization of the cell, growth, basic bioenergetic and enzyme function, cell environment, membrane structure and function, the chemical and physical mechanisms of metabolism in plants and animals, and the work performed by cells. Laboratory included.


BIOB_290_01Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For antimicrobial activity of place-based plants, fungi and lichen, this requires instructor's signature.
1crArrArrangedArranged3W Westbroek
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


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BIOH_104NL_71Basic Human Biology & Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Requires internet access. Lab fee covers the cost of additional course software.
4crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMBC 1183C Taylor
Add'l Fee: $70.00
 

Prerequisites: Placement into WRIT 101, C+ or better in WRIT 095, or instructor's consent.This course familiarizes students with the fundamental concepts in the systematic organization and functioning of the human body. Anatomical features and physiological processes of each system are studied as they contribute to the overall homeostasis of the body. Laboratory studies include anatomy (bones, muscles, brains, vessels, and heart) and physiology (membrane transport, blood, blood pressure, respiration, reflexes and the senses).


BIOH_104NL_71KBasic Human Biology & Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: Requires internet access. Lab fee covers the cost of additional course software.
4crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMLINB 1223C Taylor
Add'l Fee: $70.00
 

Prerequisites: Placement into WRIT 101, C+ or better in WRIT 095, or instructor's consent.This course familiarizes students with the fundamental concepts in the systematic organization and functioning of the human body. Anatomical features and physiological processes of each system are studied as they contribute to the overall homeostasis of the body. Laboratory studies include anatomy (bones, muscles, brains, vessels, and heart) and physiology (membrane transport, blood, blood pressure, respiration, reflexes and the senses).


BIOH_104NL_80Basic Human Biology & Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Requires internet access and computer camera for demonstration of lab activities. Lab fee covers the cost of additional course software.
4crArrArrangedOnline4C Taylor
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisites: Placement into WRIT 101, C+ or better in WRIT 095, or instructor's consent.This course familiarizes students with the fundamental concepts in the systematic organization and functioning of the human body. Anatomical features and physiological processes of each system are studied as they contribute to the overall homeostasis of the body. Laboratory studies include anatomy (bones, muscles, brains, vessels, and heart) and physiology (membrane transport, blood, blood pressure, respiration, reflexes and the senses).


BIOH_201NL_02Human Anat Phys I/Lab (= 301)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Requires internet access.
4crTTh12:30PM-2:45PMBC 1179L Elwell
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 101 or BIOB 160 or CHMY 105 or CHMY 121 or instructor's consent.This course is an introduction to anatomical methodology and physiological mechanisms. Students become familiar with the systematic organization of the human body at both the micro- and macro-structural levels, the normal functions of each organ in a particular system, and the interrelationships between structure and function. Specifically covered in this semester are an introduction to histology and the integumentary, skeletal, nervous, muscular, and endocrine systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_201NL_03Human Anat Phys I/Lab (= 301)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet access required.
4crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMBC 1178K Ryan
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 101 or BIOB 160 or CHMY 105 or CHMY 121 or instructor's consent.This course is an introduction to anatomical methodology and physiological mechanisms. Students become familiar with the systematic organization of the human body at both the micro- and macro-structural levels, the normal functions of each organ in a particular system, and the interrelationships between structure and function. Specifically covered in this semester are an introduction to histology and the integumentary, skeletal, nervous, muscular, and endocrine systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_201NL_90Human Anat Phys I/Lab (= 301)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Requires internet access (Hybrid).
4crW12:30PM-2:45PMBC 1179K Ryan
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 101 or BIOB 160 or CHMY 105 or CHMY 121 or instructor's consent.This course is an introduction to anatomical methodology and physiological mechanisms. Students become familiar with the systematic organization of the human body at both the micro- and macro-structural levels, the normal functions of each organ in a particular system, and the interrelationships between structure and function. Specifically covered in this semester are an introduction to histology and the integumentary, skeletal, nervous, muscular, and endocrine systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_211NL_01Human Anat Phys II & Lab(=311)
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Requires internet access. This is an eight-week course.
4crMWF9:00AM-12:00PMBC 11715L Elwell
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOH 201 or instructor's consent.In this continuation of BIOH 201, students are presented with a systematic exposure to the structural and functional workings of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_211NL_02Human Anat Phys II & Lab(=311)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Notes: Internet access required.
4crMW9:00AM-11:15AMBC 1160K Ryan
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOH 201 or instructor's consent.In this continuation of BIOH 201, students are presented with a systematic exposure to the structural and functional workings of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_211NL_04Human Anat Phys II & Lab(=311)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet access required.
4crTTh4:00PM-6:15PMBC 1164S Antley
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOH 201 or instructor's consent.In this continuation of BIOH 201, students are presented with a systematic exposure to the structural and functional workings of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_211NL_05Human Anat Phys II & Lab(=311)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet access required.
4crTTh7:00PM-9:15PMBC 1169S Antley
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOH 201 or instructor's consent.In this continuation of BIOH 201, students are presented with a systematic exposure to the structural and functional workings of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_211NL_71Human Anat Phys II & Lab(=311)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Notes: Internet access required.
4crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMBC 1166L Elwell
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOH 201 or instructor's consent.In this continuation of BIOH 201, students are presented with a systematic exposure to the structural and functional workings of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory included.


BIOH_211NL_71KHuman Anat Phys II & Lab(=311)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Notes: Internet access required.
4crTTh9:30AM-11:45AMLINB 1166L Elwell
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOH 201 or instructor's consent.In this continuation of BIOH 201, students are presented with a systematic exposure to the structural and functional workings of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Laboratory included.


 Biology: MicroCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BIOM_250NL_01Microbiology for Hlth Sciences
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW9:00AM-11:30AMRH 12610W Westbroek
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 160 or BIOH 201 or instructor's consent. This course introduces the causative agents, epidemiology, prevention, and treatments of infectious diseases. Laboratory included.


BIOM_250NL_02Microbiology for Hlth Sciences
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW12:00PM-2:30PMRH 1264W Westbroek
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: BIOB 160 or BIOH 201 or instructor's consent. This course introduces the causative agents, epidemiology, prevention, and treatments of infectious diseases. Laboratory included.


 Biology: OrganismalCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BIOO_115N_01Practical Botany
Meets: 4/21/2023-4/30/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Meets: Friday 04/21 & 4/28, and Sat & Sun 04/22 & 04/23 and 04/29 & 04/30/23.
3crF

SSu
6:00PM-8:50PM

8:30AM-5:50PM
RH 131

RH 131
4E Horowitz

M McCarthy

E Horowitz

M McCarthy

Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Introduction to the principles of botany, this course covers plants, their structure, growth and taxonomy as related to manipulation and utilization with emphasis on the identification and uses of local native plants.


BIOO_235NL_01Rocky Mountn Flora (equiv 335)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM2:00PM-5:50PMRH 1315E Horowitz

M McCarthy

Add'l Fee: $15.00
 

Based on identification of native Montana flora, this course includes methods of collection, preservation, and nomenclature of local flora. Laboratory included.


BIOO_290_01Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is for Antibiotic Potential of Lichen, Fungi, and Plants. Requires instructor's signature.
1crArrArrangedArranged0M McCarthy
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving Financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


BIOO_290_02Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is for Flathead Lichen Diversity, Requires instructor's signature.
1crArrArrangedArranged2M McCarthy
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving Financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


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BMGT_205C_01Prof Business Comm
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTh2:00PM-4:45PMBSS 11019K Meuchel
 

Prerequisite: WRIT 095 or appropriate placement test score or instructor's consent.This course is designed to increase competency as a communicator and covers basic communication skills including listening, writing, and speaking. Study principles and techniques of business letters, memos, and reports using direct, indirect, and persuasive approaches. Emphasis is on communicating for employment: resumes, application letters, interviews. There will be some emphasis on conducting meetings, intercultural communications, business technology, and online communication.


BMGT_205C_80Prof Business Comm
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0
(w1)
C Jones
 

Prerequisite: WRIT 095 or appropriate placement test score or instructor's consent.This course is designed to increase competency as a communicator and covers basic communication skills including listening, writing, and speaking. Study principles and techniques of business letters, memos, and reports using direct, indirect, and persuasive approaches. Emphasis is on communicating for employment: resumes, application letters, interviews. There will be some emphasis on conducting meetings, intercultural communications, business technology, and online communication.


BMGT_205C_Y1Prof Business Comm
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMBSS 1090B Rudolph
 

Prerequisite: WRIT 095 or appropriate placement test score or instructor's consent.This course is designed to increase competency as a communicator and covers basic communication skills including listening, writing, and speaking. Study principles and techniques of business letters, memos, and reports using direct, indirect, and persuasive approaches. Emphasis is on communicating for employment: resumes, application letters, interviews. There will be some emphasis on conducting meetings, intercultural communications, business technology, and online communication.


BMGT_205C_Z1Prof Business Comm
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students placed into this section must have also been placed and enrolled in WRIT 095-Z1. This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMBSS 1098B Rudolph
 

Prerequisite: WRIT 095 or appropriate placement test score or instructor's consent.This course is designed to increase competency as a communicator and covers basic communication skills including listening, writing, and speaking. Study principles and techniques of business letters, memos, and reports using direct, indirect, and persuasive approaches. Emphasis is on communicating for employment: resumes, application letters, interviews. There will be some emphasis on conducting meetings, intercultural communications, business technology, and online communication.


BMGT_210_01Sml Business Entrepreneurship
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM1:00PM-3:45PMBSS 10919B Rudolph
 

This course is a practical, down-to-earth approach to planning, organizing, and managing a small business. While based on current research, theory, and practice, the material is presented from a "how-to" perspective, with many practical examples and applications from the business world.


BMGT_215_80Human Resource Management
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline9S Nolan
 

This course explores human resources in a globally competitive business environment, the legal context of employment decisions, diversity, securing human resources, developing human resources, compensation, labor management relations, and protecting and evaluating human resources. The class is designed to familiarize participants with current human resource practices and laws that apply to human resource careers regardless of their field.


BMGT_235_80Management
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Online Course
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
3crArrArrangedOnline13S Nolan
 

This course is a comprehensive introduction to management theory, research and practice. It integrates classical and modern concepts of management for a solid grounding in management principles which is essential to successfully guiding today's small or large, profit or not-for-profit organizations in a rapidly changing environment.


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BMIS_211_80Data Analytics I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Although not required to purchase, students will be using MS Office 2016 Professional. Internet access required.
4crArrArrangedOnline7P MacGregor
 

A project and problem-solving course,the focus is on the implementation of spreadsheets and databases to solve common business problems. Other topics discussed will include operating systems and word processing.


BMIS_270_80MIS Foundations for Business
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline7P MacGregor
 

This course introduces the development, use, and management of computer-based information systems.


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BMKT_130_80Search Engine Marketing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline1D Skyland
 

Search engine marketing includes an introduction to the structure and function of search engine marketing; analysis of consumer markets and online habits; production, planning, and development of online identity; social responsibility; search engine algorithms and values; and creating the source code.


BMKT_131_80Intro to Social Media Mktg
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Online Course
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
3crArrArrangedOnline12B Rudolph
 

Prerequisite: BMKT 225.This course will introduce students to the world of social networking as a marketing tool for any business. Students will become familiar with Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and other social networking venues available. Students will also explore the tools available for Web 2.0.


BMKT_132_81Writing for Web Marketing
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline15D Skyland
 

Prerequisite: BMKT 225.This course will introduce students to the art of writing documents for web viewing.


BMKT_225_01Marketing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-3:15PMBSS 1097T Syverson
 

This course is an introduction to the structure and function of marketing inclusive of the analysis of consumer and industrial markets. Students study the four primary elements of marketing - product, place, price and promotion, and use these to develop a comprehensive marketing plan. The material also includes consideration of ethics and social responsibility as related to the marketing function.


BMKT_225_45Marketing
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Superior High School students only.
3crArrArrangedSuperior
High
School
23M Cooper
 

This course is an introduction to the structure and function of marketing inclusive of the analysis of consumer and industrial markets. Students study the four primary elements of marketing - product, place, price and promotion, and use these to develop a comprehensive marketing plan. The material also includes consideration of ethics and social responsibility as related to the marketing function.


 Computer ApplicationsCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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CAPP_116_80Short Courses: MS Excel
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Online Course
Note: This is an eight week course.
1crArrArrangedOnline8L Solomon
 

This course is intended to help develop the skills necessary to work with spreadsheets. Topics include entering and manipulating different types of data, formatting basics, using functions to analyze information, making decisions with IF functions and formulas, sorting and filtering information and creating charts, Microsoft's Excel for Windows will be used as the teaching tool.


CAPP_118_80Short Courses: MS Access
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Online Course
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
1crArrArrangedOnline17L Solomon
 

This course is intended to help develop the skills necessary to work with databases. Topics include creating tables, queries, forms, and reports. Microsoft's Access for Windows will be used as the teaching tool.


CAPP_131_80Basic MS Office
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
2crArrArrangedOnline14P MacGregor
 

A course designed to introduce people with little computer experience to the expanding world of computing. Beginning and intermediate concepts in word processing, database, spreadsheets, and presentation software will be explored utilizing a hands-on approach.


CAPP_156_80MS Excel
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0
(w1)
P MacGregor
 

This course provides a comprehensive look at the features and processing capabilities of spreadsheet software. Topics in this course include developing and editing spreadsheets, creating efficient formulas, applying proper formatting, using "what if" functions and tools, macro development, and spreadsheet management.


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CAS_140_80Addictions and Diversity
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
2crArrArrangedOnline12C Hale
 

Addiction affects all members of society, and the substance abuse counselor must be knowledgeable of differing cultural and ethnic needs where they are practicing. This course builds a solid foundation of multicultural competencies, understanding how working with clients and peers from diverse backgrounds and those with experiences, beliefs, and preferences, which differ from our own, can greatly enhance effective practice in the field of addiction treatment.


CAS_242_01Fund Subst Abuse and Addiction
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW2:00PM-3:15PMAT 20714C Hale
 

Prerequisite: PSYX 100 or PSYX 150 or instructor's consent. This course is an introduction to the field of addiction counseling. It focuses on current therapeutic trends, strategies, and modalities used in the treatment of addictions. Relapse and prevention strategies, along with treatment of special populations, will also be covered.


CAS_248_01Substance Abuse Counseling II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMAT 20718C Hale
 

Prerequisite: CAS 243. The purpose of this course is to present the student with advanced knowledge in the counseling process and specifically will address substance abuse. The objective is to increase the student's knowledge of counseling strategies.


CAS_250_01Assess and Case Mgmt Processes
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh1:00PM-2:50PMAT 20717C Hale
 

Prerequisite: CAS 242, or PSYX 100 or instructor's consent.This course will introduce the student to assessment and evaluation procedures used in addiction counseling. The student will be able to understand, describe, administer and interpret the various testing and evaluation tools used in addiction counseling.


CAS_279_01Legal, Ethical, Prof IssuesSAC
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crW10:00AM-11:50AMAT 20719C Hale
 

Prerequisite(s): CAS 242, PSYX 100A, SW 100A, or instructor's consent.This course explores the ethical and professional issues associated with substance abuse counseling. Diversity, values, morality, and the major ethical issues facing practitioners will be addressed.


CAS_295_01Clinical Practicum
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crArrArrangedArranged2C Hale
 

Prerequisite(s): CAS 242, SW 100A, or instructor's consent.The clinical practicum provides the student with the opportunity take academic knowledge gained through course work and apply the knowledge in a clinical setting, where the student is provided an environment to discuss and apply learning in various situations. Clinical placements allow the student to develop, practice, and apply learned academic competencies in real life settings.


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CHMY_105NL_01Explorations in Chemistry
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an estimated $90 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crF

F

MW
8:00AM-8:50AM

9:00AM-10:50AM

8:00AM-8:50AM
AT 122

RH 105

AT 203
0
(w2)
S Wambeke
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate placement test score in math or grade of "C" or better in M 065 within the past 2 years, or chemistry department consent.An investigation of chemistry, including software and other tools, laboratory methods, and problem solving skills, topics in this course include the scientific method and its role in the continued development of chemistry; physical and chemical changes; chemical reactions; atoms, elements, and the periodic table; units of measure; dimensional analysis; uncertainty and propagation of error; states of matter; chemical bonding; writing and balancing chemical equations; naming chemical substances; and solving stoichiometry and limiting reactant problems.


CHMY_105NL_80Explorations in Chemistry
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: This course requires an estimated $170 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crArrArrangedOnline5
(w1)
J Wenz
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate placement test score in math or grade of "C" or better in M 065 within the past 2 years, or chemistry department consent.An investigation of chemistry, including software and other tools, laboratory methods, and problem solving skills, topics in this course include the scientific method and its role in the continued development of chemistry; physical and chemical changes; chemical reactions; atoms, elements, and the periodic table; units of measure; dimensional analysis; uncertainty and propagation of error; states of matter; chemical bonding; writing and balancing chemical equations; naming chemical substances; and solving stoichiometry and limiting reactant problems.


CHMY_121NL_01Intro to General Chem w/Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an estimated $170 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crT

TTh
9:00AM-11:50AM

12:30PM-1:45PM
RH 105

RH 105
0
(w2)
J Ennist
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate score on chemistry placement exam, or grade of "B-" or better in CHMY 105NL within the past 2 years, or Chemistry Department consent. As the first semester of an introduction to general, inorganic, organic and biological chemistry, this course covers measurement systems, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, bonding, chemical reactions, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry. Laboratory included.


CHMY_121NL_02Intro to General Chem w/Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course requires an estimated $170 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crMWF

W
11:00AM-11:50AM

1:00PM-3:50PM
AT 205

RH 105
0
(w1)
A Wenz
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate score on chemistry placement exam, or grade of "B-" or better in CHMY 105NL within the past 2 years, or Chemistry Department consent. As the first semester of an introduction to general, inorganic, organic and biological chemistry, this course covers measurement systems, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, bonding, chemical reactions, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry. Laboratory included.


CHMY_121NL_80Intro to General Chem w/Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: This course requires an estimated $170 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crArrArrangedOnline1A Wenz
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate score on chemistry placement exam, or grade of "B-" or better in CHMY 105NL within the past 2 years, or Chemistry Department consent. As the first semester of an introduction to general, inorganic, organic and biological chemistry, this course covers measurement systems, atomic structure, chemical periodicity, bonding, chemical reactions, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry. Laboratory included.


CHMY_123NL_90Intro to Organic/Biochem w/Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Please note this is a blended course. A portion of the lecture will be held on the Kalispell campus each week on the day and time indicated, while the lab and remaining lecture will be completed asynchronously online. This course requires an estimated $120 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crTh11:00AM-12:15PMRH 10015J Ennist
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate score on the chemistry placement exam, or grade of "C" or better in CHMY 121NL or CHMY 141NL within the past two years, or Chemistry Department consent. An introduction into functional group organic chemistry and important biochemical structures, concepts, and processes. Covers major biological molecules including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Laboratory included.


CHMY_123NL_90DIntro to Organic/Biochem w/Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Please note this is a blended course. A portion of the lecture will be delivered remotely each week on the day and time indicated, while the lab and remaining lecture will be completed asynchronously online. This course requires an estimated $120 lab kit through purchase from the FVCC Bookstore.
4crTh11:00AM-12:15PMREMOT Remote15J Ennist
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisites: appropriate score on the chemistry placement exam, or grade of "C" or better in CHMY 121NL or CHMY 141NL within the past two years, or Chemistry Department consent. An introduction into functional group organic chemistry and important biochemical structures, concepts, and processes. Covers major biological molecules including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Laboratory included.


CHMY_143NL_01College Chemistry II w/Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crM

MTWTh
2:00PM-4:50PM

8:00AM-8:50AM
RH 100

RH 130
7A Wenz
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or better in CHMY 141.Intended for science majors, this is the second of a two-semester course sequence of the general principles of modern chemistry. The course emphasizes the experimental nature of the science of chemistry and a more mathematical intensive approach, with emphasis on critical and analytical thought. Topics covered include solutions, equilibria, kinetics, acids and bases, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, coordination compounds, organic and biochemical compounds. Laboratory included.


CHMY_223NL_01Organic Chm II (equv CHMY 323)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crMF

W
2:00PM-3:15PM

12:30PM-4:20PM
RH 105

RH 100
15J Ennist
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" in CHMY 221.This is the second semester of a one-year sequence with emphasis on fundamental concepts of structure, nomenclature, properties and reaction mechanisms of organic compounds and an introduction to biochemical molecules. Laboratory included.


CHMY_282NL_01Forensic Science II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTh

T
12:30PM-1:45PM

12:30PM-3:50PM
RH 169

RH 169
15J Alexander Haag
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or better in CHMY 280. This course is a presentation of the techniques, skills, and limitations of the modern crime laboratory, including ancillary services, and an introduction to instrumentation, including GC, GCMS, FTIR, NMR, and electrophoresis. Topics include questioned document analysis, toxicology, controlled substances, biological fluids and stains, DNA, fire and explosion investigation, computer crime, and vehicular accident reconstruction. Includes guest speakers, field trips and laboratory work.


CHMY_290_01Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
For: Nutrient Analysis Using Fluorescence Spectroscopy.
1crArrArrangedArranged3J Ennist
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


CHMY_290_02Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
For: Exploring Chemical and Biological Impacts on Eel Grass Growth.
1crArrArrangedArranged2J Ennist
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


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CJLE_109C_01Police Report Writing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW2:00PM-3:15PMAT 20323M Skinner
 

This course will introduce students to the vocabulary and style of writing used in the criminal justice fields. Students will learn to write clear, concise and persuasive arrest reports, policy proposals, and other documents typically used in the criminal justice system.


CJLE_200_01Reserve Officer Training
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crMW6:00PM-8:50PMAT 20317M Skinner

C Clarke
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course covers 90 hours of instruction, approximately 60 hours lecture and 30 hours lab. Topics covered include police ethics and professionalism, criminal law, evidence and laws of arrest, communications, and report writing. Portions of the course will be conducted through practical applications. These include police patrol, defensive tactics and crowd control tactics, and firearms training. The course is not a substitute for the Montana Police Academy, but will give prospective reserve officers a minimum amount of instruction necessary to function as a reserve officer. The course covers areas of instruction mandated by requirements outlined in MCA 7-32-14: Qualifications for Appointment as a Reserve Officer. Actual appointment as a reserve officer is at the discretion of individual agencies.


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CJUS_121A_01Intro to Criminal Justice
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-12:15PMAT 20313M Skinner
 

This course introduces the student to the functions and practices of the agencies that make up the criminal justice system: police, courts, and corrections. The various stages in the criminal justice process are the focus. Ideological and organizational factors influencing decision-making throughout the criminal justice system are examined.


CJUS_220_71Introduction to Corrections
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMBSS 11412M Skinner
 

Institutional correctional systems at local, state and federal levels and community-based corrections, including probation and parole, are studied. The demographics of the prison population along with an examination of the inmate subculture and issues pertaining to special populations are also explored.


CJUS_220_71KIntroduction to Corrections
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMLINB 21412M Skinner
 

Institutional correctional systems at local, state and federal levels and community-based corrections, including probation and parole, are studied. The demographics of the prison population along with an examination of the inmate subculture and issues pertaining to special populations are also explored.


CJUS_230_71Police Organization
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMBSS 11415M Skinner
 

Covers the basic structure of law enforcement and the historical development of police departments, as applied to federal, state and municipal agencies. Examines current police practices and timely issues, such as police community relations, civil liability and ethics.


CJUS_230_71KPolice Organization
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMLINB 21415M Skinner
 

Covers the basic structure of law enforcement and the historical development of police departments, as applied to federal, state and municipal agencies. Examines current police practices and timely issues, such as police community relations, civil liability and ethics.


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COLS_107_01Core Experience
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crT3:00PM-3:50PMAT 20315J Bullemer

A Paulson-Hofseth
 

Prerequisite: student must be a member of the FVCC Core Experience. Core Experience students will develop an enhanced understanding of themselves and their responsibilities as members of local and global communities. This course will also focus on tangible skills to help students understand general education, improve study skills, and prepare to transfer to a four-year institution.


COLS_110_01Prof 101: College to Career
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is an eight week course.
1crTTh11:00AM-11:50AMLRC 13514L Greene
 

This course will prepare TRIO students to reach their career goals. Students will learn valuable professional skills including job and internship research, creating professional profiles, resume development, cover letter formatting, interview skills, negotiating salary and understanding benefits. Student will also reflect on their strengths and developing their skills and abilities for professional careers. The course prepares students entering the workforce directly after FVCC, as well as connects transfer students to career resources at four-year colleges and universities.


COLS_115_41Workforce Prep for Trades
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
1crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
11B Schaeffer
 

This course prepares Occupational Trades students to enter the workforce by teaching professionalism necessary for success in their chosen industries. In the course, students create a working resume and cover letter, as well as learn interviewing and salary negotiations techniques. Topics covered include networking and communication, time management, and professional appearance.


COLS_180_80Hazard Communication Program
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
0crArrArrangedOnline20K Leaser
 

This course is a professional development course for FVCC employees who use chemicals as part of their duties and responsibilities as FVCC. Course content will satisfy training requirements for the FVCC Hazard Communication Program 1910.1200.


 Communication
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Communication         Speech         Journalism         Theatre
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COMX_111C_01Intro to Public Speaking
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF10:00AM-10:50AMAT 2024R Haptonstall
 

This course focuses on preparation, presentation, and criticism of speeches. Emphasis on the development of public speaking techniques through constructive criticism.


COMX_111C_02Intro to Public Speaking
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is an eight week course.
3crTTh9:30AM-12:15PMAT 2096J Krause
 

This course focuses on preparation, presentation, and criticism of speeches. Emphasis on the development of public speaking techniques through constructive criticism.


COMX_115C_01Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/3/2023-1/13/2023
Intersession Course
3crMTWThF

MTWThF
10:00AM-11:50AM

1:00PM-2:50PM
AT 203

AT 203
12J Krause
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_02Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMAT 205-1R Spear
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_03Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMAT 2033
(w2)
K Clarke
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_04Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMAT 2031K Clarke
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_05Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW2:00PM-3:15PMAT 2050R Spear
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_80Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0K Clarke
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_81Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2
(w1)
K Clarke
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_115C_82Intro Interpersonal Communctn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline1
(w1)
K Clarke
 

This course is a study of and practice in communication skills in professional life and in daily relationships.


COMX_215_01Negotiations/Conflict Resoltn
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2094K Clarke
 

This introductory course will focus on concepts, skills, and strategies for effective resolution of conflicts through negotiation. Emphasis will be placed on the application of concepts learned through the use of simulated exercises and case studies which allow students to apply, practice, and evaluate negotiation skills.


 Creative Writing
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English         Creative Writing
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CRWR_110F_01Beginning Fiction
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crW2:00PM-4:50PMAT 2085K Dunnehoff
 

This introductory writers' workshop focuses on the critique and revision of students' short fiction. Contemporary literary short stories, short shorts, and parables will be emphasized. Students will study fiction elements and techniques, including character sketches, beginnings, dialogue, point of view, plot, authorial distance, significant detail, scene, characterization, and endings.


CRWR_111F_80Beginning Poetry
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2L Jaeger
 

This course focuses on the reading and writing of poetry with emphasis on the techniques of imaginative writing and critical appraisal.


CRWR_210_01Intro Fiction Workshop
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crW2:00PM-4:50PMAT 2085K Dunnehoff
 

This intermediate course focuses on critique and revision of students' short fiction or on chapters of students' novels. Students will be expected to finish three stories of literary quality.


CRWR_210_60Intro Fiction Workshop
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crMW4:00PM-5:15PMLINB 11715C Flowers
 

This intermediate course focuses on critique and revision of students' short fiction or on chapters of students' novels. Students will be expected to finish three stories of literary quality.


CRWR_212F_80Intro Nonfiction Workshop
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline12B Barckholtz
 

Study the art of nonfiction through reading and responding to contemporary nonfiction and the writing of original nonfiction works. Focus is on creative expression, writing technique and nonfiction forms. Students begin with writing exercises and brief essays, advancing to longer forms as the semester progresses.


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CSCI_113_01Programming with C++ I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTWTh9:00AM-10:30AMBSS 1350T Price
 

Prerequisite: one programming class.This course covers computer programming in C++. Topics covered are data types, arrays, basic programming constructs, iteration, decision statements, sequences, methods, exception handling, pointers, classes, objects, methods, encapsulation, data hiding, inheritance and polymorphism.


CSCI_121_01Programming with JAVA II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW11:00AM-1:15PMBSS 1386J Goudy
 

Prerequisite: any one of the following: CSCI 100, CSCI 107, CSCI 111, or CSCI 127. This is a continuation of CSCI 111. Topics include error handling and debugging techniques, recursion, abstract data types, creating programs with multiple files and libraries, and creating straight forward GUI's that involve event driven programming and threaded programs.


CSCI_122_80Game Design Theory
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline3J Goudy
 

Prerequisite: basic programming skills recommended. This course provides students with a foundation of the game development process including important historical elements, content creation strategies, production techniques, and future game design. The course covers game development history, platforms, goals and genres, player elements, story and character development, gameplay, levels, interface, audio, development team roles, game development process, and marketing and maintenance.


CSCI_127_01Joy and Beauty of Data
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTWTh11:00AM-12:10PMBSS 13515T Price
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate math placement test score of M94 or better, a grade of "C" or better in M 65~, or instructor consent.This course provides a gentle introduction to the exciting world of big data and data science. Students expand their ability to solve problems with Python by learning to deploy lists, files, dictionaries and object-oriented programming. Data science libraries are introduced that enable data to be manipulated and displayed.


CSCI_209_01Game Programming II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh1:00PM-3:15PMBSS 13811J Goudy
 

Prerequisite: CSCI 208.This is a continuation of the CSCI 208 course. This course covers advanced material construction, working with volumes, applying physics to objects, understanding particle systems, creating user interfaces, introduction to sound, introduction to animation, and creating cinematic sequences. The course will use the Unreal Gaming Engine or another production platform.


CSCI_232_01Data Structures and Algorithms
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW3:30PM-5:45PMBSS 13816J Goudy
 

Prerequisites: CSCI 132.This course covers advanced data structures and programming techniques and their application. Topics include trees, balanced trees, graphs, dictionaries, hash tables, and heaps. The efficiency and correctness of algorithms are examined. The laboratory uses Java.


CSCI_240_01Databases and SQL
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh4:00PM-5:50PMBSS 1384J Goudy
 

This course focuses on the concepts of relational databases. Topics include entity relationship diagrams, design process and normalization, table creation, records and typed fields, primary and foreign keys, and a thorough coverage of Structured Query Language "SQL" to create, query and change a relational database.


CSCI_299_01Capstone
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW2:00PM-3:15PMBSS 13811J Goudy
 

Prerequisite(s): 30 credit hours or instructor's consent.This course provides an opportunity for the student to complete special project(s) using knowledge gained in previous coursework. The student can develop an application, mobile app, database or other project(s) related to their major. The result is a project that can be shared with potential employers. All projects must be approved by the instructor.


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CSTN_195_41Field Exp: Building Trades
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
9J Remiker
 

This course will provide hands-on experience in plan reading and delineate the role of building design, building site planning, and site preparation as it relates to the actual construction of a house. Students will have the opportunity to explore safe and proper use of hand and power tools, construction based math, basic surveying, site preparation, basic concrete work, plan reading, frame and finish carpentry, along with employability job skills. All aspects of job site and workplace safety related to residential construction will be practiced and evaluated.


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CULA_111u_01Catering: Spring
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
1crArrArrangedArranged7H Karp

M Hudak

D Moe
 

Prerequisite/Corequisite: CULA 105, CULA 110This course provides practical work experience in catering for both on and off-premise college sanctioned events during the spring semester. Students are provided with an opportunity to showcase their knowledge and skills in culinary, baking, pastry, and management.


CULA_112_01Fundamentals Protein Cookery
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
5crTW8:00AM-1:00PMAT 1598M Hudak
Add'l Fee: $650.00
 

Prerequisite(s): CULA 105, CULA 110.This course integrates the fundamental skills developed in CULA 110 with more advanced protein cookery techniques, including production and presentation of full plates and concentration on development of flavor. Topics consist of Poultry, Meats, Fish, Shellfish, Meats, Charcuterie and fundamental butchery/fabrication techniques in sub-primal cuts.


CULA_152_01Chef's Table
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
3crArrArrangedArranged8H Karp

M Hudak
 

Prerequisite: CULA 110.This course is an integration of techniques and theory learned throughout the first and/or second semesters of study with practical work experience in the Chef's Table, an on-campus food service operation. Students benefit from this experience by gaining confidence with their skills in menu planning, food production, and service. Additionally, this experience will give students critical practical experience with a live audience before entering the workforce.


CULA_167_01Baking and Pastry II
Meets: 3/2/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
2crThF8:00AM-2:00PMAT 1598D Moe
Add'l Fee: $300.00
 

Prerequisite(s): CULA 167.This course integrates the fundamental baking skills taught in CULA 165 with advanced techniques. Ingredient characteristics, behavior, and pairings are built upon by examining products and techniques that require multiple ingredient components. Increased attention is also given to sanitation, efficient scaling and measuring, and production schedules.


CULA_198_01Internship: Hospitality Mgmt
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
1crArrArrangedArranged7M Hudak
 

Prerequisite: CULA 105.Students are introduced to the operation of a foodservice business. Students apply culinary skills, gaining experience to enter and become successful in the foodservice industry. Students gain practical, hands-on experience in a restaurant setting. Students focus on food preparation and timing to prepare for restaurant and hotel employment.


CULA_220_01Purchasing and Cost Control
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
3crM8:00AM-11:00AMAT 1597D Moe
 

Students explore both the purchasing procedures for foodservice operations and the planning and control processes in the food and beverage industries. Topics include menu pricing, cost-volume profit analysis, and food, beverage, and labor costs. Focus is on inventory control, production projections, cost determination and analysis, income control, and training and other costs associated with labor.


CULA_262_01Service Sous Chef
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
2crArrArrangedAT 1595M Hudak
 

Prerequisite(s): CULA 261.This course integrates fundamental skills in service and supervisory competencies and applies them to real life applications.


CULA_299_01Culinary Arts Capstone
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is only for students accepted into the Culinary Arts and Catering Program.
4crArrArrangedArranged5H Karp

M Hudak

Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: CULA 240.Corequisite: BMGT 210.This course stresses the importance of personal assessment, self-expression, and individual outcomes. Weekly assessments include creativity, skill strengths, and competency values. This course is taken in the final semester of the program and includes the graduate practical culinary examination and portfolio review.


 Draft Design
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Industrial Technology         Draft Design         Manufacturing Technology         Machining and Manufacturing Technology
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(Fees)
DDSN_114_01Introduction to CAD
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTh2:00PM-6:30PMOT 1124S Leahy
Add'l Fee: $15.00
 

This is a systems-oriented class designed to introduce students to the concepts, techniques, and applications of PC based computer aided drafting. The class will provide students with the competencies required to create, edit, and output drawings in both digital and printed format. Command structures, coordinate drawing, text dimensions and fill structures will be covered.


DDSN_114_41Introduction to CAD
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
9B Schaeffer
 

This is a systems-oriented class designed to introduce students to the concepts, techniques, and applications of PC based computer aided drafting. The class will provide students with the competencies required to create, edit, and output drawings in both digital and printed format. Command structures, coordinate drawing, text dimensions and fill structures will be covered.


DDSN_114_44Introduction to CAD
Meets: 1/16/2023-5/25/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Plains High School students only.
3crArrArrangedPlains
High
School
15K Mitchell
 

This is a systems-oriented class designed to introduce students to the concepts, techniques, and applications of PC based computer aided drafting. The class will provide students with the competencies required to create, edit, and output drawings in both digital and printed format. Command structures, coordinate drawing, text dimensions and fill structures will be covered.


DDSN_135_42.6SolidWorks
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Flathead High Schools students only.
3crArrArrangedFlathead
High
School
8B Butts
 

This course presents the fundamental skills and concepts necessary to build parametric model parts and assemblies and to make simple drawings of those parts and assemblies. This course is designed as a process-based training approach emphasizing the processes and procedures necessary to complete a particular task. By utilizing case studies to illustrate these processes, the student learns the necessary commands, options, and menus in the context of completing a design task within SOLIDWORKS. An introduction to the transferability and compatibility of SOLIDWORKS, MASTERCAM, GIBSCAM, and Pro-Engineer software is provided. This course also includes an introduction to 3D printing.


 EconomicsCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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Instructor
(Fees)
ECNS_101B_01Economic Way of Thinking
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMLRC 123C19B Bridge
 

A critical study of social issues using the constructs of incentives and the role of markets and government policy. This course provides a framework of analytical tools useful in the analysis of contemporary social issues. The normative ramifications of government regulation and deregulation, market power, welfare policies, changing economic structures both in the U.S. and globally, and the implications of reliance on free markets to determine resource allocation and pricing are discussed in the context of economic analysis.


ECNS_201B_01Principles of Microeconomics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-3:15PMLRC 123C12B Bridge
 

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and concepts of individual, business, and government behavior, including basic economic analysis of choice and its consequences, and supply and demand. Additional analysis of the costs of production and theories of business firm output and pricing decisions, labor and wage determination, income distribution, politics, health care and environmental issues will be addressed.


ECNS_201B_02Principles of Microeconomics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crW5:30PM-8:00PMAT 20521B Bridge
 

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and concepts of individual, business, and government behavior, including basic economic analysis of choice and its consequences, and supply and demand. Additional analysis of the costs of production and theories of business firm output and pricing decisions, labor and wage determination, income distribution, politics, health care and environmental issues will be addressed.


ECNS_201B_80Principles of Microeconomics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0B Bridge
 

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and concepts of individual, business, and government behavior, including basic economic analysis of choice and its consequences, and supply and demand. Additional analysis of the costs of production and theories of business firm output and pricing decisions, labor and wage determination, income distribution, politics, health care and environmental issues will be addressed.


ECNS_202B_01Principles of Macroeconomics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:30PM-1:45PMLRC 123C17B Bridge
 

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and concepts of national economies, including basic economic analysis of choice and its consequences and supply and demand. The problems and proposed solutions of national economies are addressed, including unemployment and inflation, national income accounting, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, business cycle theories and international trade.


ECNS_202B_80Principles of Macroeconomics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline10B Bridge
 

This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles and concepts of national economies, including basic economic analysis of choice and its consequences and supply and demand. The problems and proposed solutions of national economies are addressed, including unemployment and inflation, national income accounting, economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, business cycle theories and international trade.


 Emergency Care ProviderCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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Instructor
(Fees)
ECP_102_01Wilderness First Aid
Meets: 2/24/2023-2/26/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
1crF

SSu
1:00PM-5:00PM

8:00AM-5:00PM
BC 107

BC 107
0L Tidwell

W Tidwell

L Tidwell

W Tidwell

Add'l Fee: $68.00
 

This course covers basic emergency medical and trauma scenarios typically encountered in remote, austere, or wilderness environments. This includes common medical emergencies such as diabetes, seizures, asthma, anaphylaxis, and cardiac arrest, as well as trauma emergencies such as soft tissue wounds, head and spine injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, and shock. The course consists of in-depth discussions and hands-on training with splinting, bleeding control, wound management, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Also discussed are legalities within wilderness medicine and how emergencies can be addressed in a wilderness environment. This includes topics such as evacuation, litter construction, backcountry communications, and decision-making.Successful course completion results in the award of Wilderness First Aid certification that is valid for 2 years. Certification can be renewed through any wilderness medicine training organization that offers Wilderness First Aid training.


ECP_102_02Wilderness First Aid
Meets: 5/19/2023-5/21/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
1crF

SSu
1:00PM-5:00PM

8:00AM-5:00PM
BC 107

BC 107
12L Tidwell

W Tidwell

L Tidwell

W Tidwell

Add'l Fee: $68.00
 

This course covers basic emergency medical and trauma scenarios typically encountered in remote, austere, or wilderness environments. This includes common medical emergencies such as diabetes, seizures, asthma, anaphylaxis, and cardiac arrest, as well as trauma emergencies such as soft tissue wounds, head and spine injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, and shock. The course consists of in-depth discussions and hands-on training with splinting, bleeding control, wound management, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Also discussed are legalities within wilderness medicine and how emergencies can be addressed in a wilderness environment. This includes topics such as evacuation, litter construction, backcountry communications, and decision-making.Successful course completion results in the award of Wilderness First Aid certification that is valid for 2 years. Certification can be renewed through any wilderness medicine training organization that offers Wilderness First Aid training.


ECP_130_01Emergency Medical Technician
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
6crMW

MW
6:00PM-9:50PM

6:00PM-9:50PM
BC 107

BC 111
16K Krebs
Add'l Fee: $185.00
 

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is considered the desired level of medical training by many Emergency Medical Transport agencies. The course focuses on skill development in the primary responsibilities of the EMT, which are to bring emergency medical care to victims of emergencies, to stabilize their condition, and to transport them safely and expeditiously to an appropriate facility. The course is a combination of classroom work, skills lab, and practical experience. Upon successful completion of the course, graduates are eligible to sit for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) certification examinations. All aspects of authorization/certification are the responsibility of the student.


ECP_230_90Trauma
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Paramedicine Program through an application process. Students need Program Director's signature prior to registration. Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crT9:00AM-10:15AMBC 1111C Williams
Add'l Fee: $115.00
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent. This course provides an intensive look at the pathophysiology and management of trauma, to include assessment of the trauma patient; management of head, chest, abdominal, spinal, and orthopedic injuries; management of the multi-trauma patient; management of special airway problems; management of environmental emergencies; and current trends in trauma management.


ECP_231_01Trauma Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Paramedicine Program through an application process. Students need Program Director's signature prior to registration.
1crT3:50PM-5:50PMBC 1111K Krebs
Add'l Fee: $115.00
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent .This course allows the student to develop the necessary psychomotor skills to successfully manage a trauma patient, to include assessment of the trauma patient; management of head, chest, abdominal, spinal, and orthopedic injuries; management of the multi-trauma patient; management of special airway problems; management of environmental emergencies; and current trends in trauma management.


ECP_234_90Medical Emergencies II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Paramedicine Program through an application process. Students need Program Director's signature prior to registration. Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crT1:00PM-2:15PMBC 1071J Pitts
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent This course provides an intensive look at the pathophysiology and management of medical emergencies, to include the nervous and endocrine systems, the acute abdomen, anaphylaxis, toxicology and substance abuse, behavioral and geriatric emergencies, infectious diseases, and hematology.


ECP_235_80EMS Operations
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Students must be accepted into the Paramedicine Program through an application process. Students need Program Director's signature prior to registration.
3crArrArrangedOnline1J Pitts
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent.This course provides an in-depth look at EMS transport operations; incident management and multiple casualty incidents; vehicle extrication and special rescue; hazardous materials, terrorism, disaster response; and crime scene awareness. Students will also complete studies in National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) and Incident Command Systems (ICS).


ECP_236_01Medical II/EMS Operations Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Paramedicine Program through an application process. Students need Program Director's signature prior to registration. This course requires two 8 hour class days for PALS certification and four 4-hour Saturdays for EMS Operations Labs Schedule is arranged by instructor.
1crArrArrangedArranged1J Pitts
Add'l Fee: $115.00
 

Prerequisite: program director consent. This course provides instruction in the psychomotor components related to medical emergencies, such as EMS transport operations, incident management and multiple casualty incidents, vehicle extrication and special rescue, hazardous materials, terrorism, disaster response, and crime scene awareness. Students will also complete studies in National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) and Incident Command Systems (ICS).


ECP_246_01Hospital Clinical II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Paramedicine Program through an application process. Students need Program Director's signature prior to registration.
6crArrArrangedKalispell
Regional
Medical
Center
1C Williams
Add'l Fee: $300.00
 

Prerequisite: program director consent.This course is a continuation of the clinical skills started in ECP 216. It provides students the opportunity to apply, in a clinical setting, the didactic knowledge and skills developed in the classroom and lab. This course serves as the final stage in assisting the student to become an employable EMS provider. Clinical skills addressed include electrocardiology, care of the critical patient, assessment and management of acute and chronic disease, pediatric care, obstetrical and neonatal care, and behavioral intervention techniques.


 Early Childhood EducationCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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(Fees)
EDEC_108_01Introduction to ECE
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Last day of class on 4/15 will meet from 9am-3:30pm.
3crF

S
3:00PM-8:00PM

9:00AM-5:00PM
BSS 132

BSS 132
18E Thomas
 

This course provides an overview of early childhood history, practice and relevant issues. It will focus on program philosophies and the importance of developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood settings. Students will learn of the unique needs of young children and families. Students will also learn about the professional opportunities in the field of early childhood education.


EDEC_108_42.6Introduction to ECE
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Flathead High School students only.
3crArrArrangedFlathead
High
School
12K Strong
 

This course provides an overview of early childhood history, practice and relevant issues. It will focus on program philosophies and the importance of developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood settings. Students will learn of the unique needs of young children and families. Students will also learn about the professional opportunities in the field of early childhood education.


EDEC_108_42Introduction to ECE
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
3crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
8L Gray
 

This course provides an overview of early childhood history, practice and relevant issues. It will focus on program philosophies and the importance of developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood settings. Students will learn of the unique needs of young children and families. Students will also learn about the professional opportunities in the field of early childhood education.


EDEC_210_01Meeting the Needs of Families
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Requires 30 hours of outside lab time outside of classroom time.
4crW5:30PM-7:00PMBSS 13214L Downie-Economy
 

This course includes the development of child advocacy skills through awareness of the child's role in the family and society. Students will increase their understanding of diverse family structures and techniques to encourage parent-teacher partnerships. Students will learn about existing community resources and develop the ability to access resources to meet the needs of children and families.


EDEC_235_01Creative Art for Develop Child
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: $15 lab fee is for consumable art supplies.
2crW1:00PM-2:50PMBSS 13213E Thomas
Add'l Fee: $15.00
 

Prerequisite: EDEC 108.This course focuses on the development of children's art and ways to implement developmentally appropriate art activities in learning environments for young children. Focuses on children's spontaneous art experiences as enhancers of creativity and self-esteem.


EDEC_260_01Administration of E C Programs
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crArrArrangedArranged7E Thomas
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

Prerequisites: EDEC 108 or instructor's consent.The student will learn the principles and practices of administration and supervision of programs for young children. Areas covered include types of schools, maintenance and operation of the physical plant, regulatory agencies and legal requirements, personnel policies and practices, records, accounting, and communication procedure.


EDEC_281_01EC Curr Dsgn & Implemnt I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM4:30PM-7:00PMBSS 13211E Thomas
 

Prerequisite: EDEC 108 or instructor's consent. The student will learn and explore methods and materials for planning and implementing an integrated program for young children, including methods of planning developmentally appropriate activities to enhance children's development. Emphasis on designing an environment for learning related to curriculum goals.


EDEC_295y_01EC Fieldwork/Practicum
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: 90 hours fieldwork hours will be required outside of classroom time.
3crT6:00PM-7:00PMBSS 13214E Thomas
 

Prerequisite: EDEC 108, EDEC 230, EDEC 245, EDEC 281, EDEC 295 Early Childhood Fieldwork/Practicum I or instructor's consent.This course provides close supervision at approved, quality early childhood education sites. Students will apply child development, curriculum and guidance knowledge while implementing and evaluating learning experiences in all areas of learning. Students will work closely with families. Students will observe, assess and plan programs for individual children.


 EducationCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
Avail
Instructor
(Fees)
EDU_231_01Lit and Literacy for Children
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW3:00PM-4:15PMBSS 1325E Thomas
 

This course consists of a survey of children's books with an emphasis on their use in the K-8 classrooms. The history and current genres of children's literature will also be covered. Students will become aware of selection criteria, award-winning books, and strategies for sharing books with students.


EDU_270_80Instructional Tech (=370)
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Online Course
Note: This is an eight week course.
3crArrArrangedOnline11D Rauscher
 

The purpose of this course is to teach pre-service educators how to use and manage technology in educational settings and communicate methods and reasons for using technology. This course focuses on the computer and its educational applications for pre-service teachers. An emphasis is placed on integrating computer tools into class instruction.


EDU_291p_80EagleOnline 01: Getting Strtd
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
1crArrArrangedOnline9J Wenz

J Harms
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course focuses on learning the basics of using Eagle Online software tools, functions, and best practices. It is appropriate for faculty who are just getting started in Eagle Online or who want to support and enhance a face-to-face class and guide students in the use of it.


EDU_291q_80EagleOnline 02: Foundtnl Tools
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
1crArrArrangedOnline10J Wenz

J Harms
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course builds on learning the basics of using Eagle Online software tools, functions, and best practices from Eagle Online 01 - Getting Started. It is appropriate for faculty who are just getting started in Eagle Online or who want to support and enhance a face-to-face class and guide students in the use of it.


EDU_291r_80EagleOnline 03: Acssblty & UDL
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
1crArrArrangedOnline10J Wenz

J Harms
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course focuses on learning about the legal and ethical obligation of digital accessibility andUniversal Design for Learning (UDL).


EDU_291s_80EagleOnline 04: Adv. Tools Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
1crArrArrangedOnline7J Wenz

J Harms
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course focuses on learning the advanced functions of the Eagle Online software tools and their application in online instruction. It is appropriate for faculty who want to teach online or hybrid and use the system to its fullest potential.


EDU_291t_80EagleOnline 05: Best Pract Pt1
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
3crArrArrangedOnline9J Wenz

J Harms
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent. This course is specifically geared towards developing full online and hybrid courses. Using instructional design theories, participants will plan an entire course and develop the corresponding content including notes, discussions, activities, multimedia, assessment and evaluation items, internet resources, etc., that meet accessibility, and educational best practices.


EDU_291w_80EagleOnline 06: Best Pract Pt2
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
1crArrArrangedOnline9J Wenz

J Harms
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course is specifically geared towards building fully online and hybrid courses. Using instructional design theories, participants will build an entire course that includes content created in Eagle Online 5: Implementing Best Practices I and meets accessibility and educational best practices.


EDU_297_01Methods: K-8 Art
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Lab fee of $15 for Art Supplies.
3crMW9:30AM-10:45AMBSS 1320E Thomas
Add'l Fee: $15.00
 

This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to theory and methods used in elementary art instruction.


 Engineering: GeneralCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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Instructor
(Fees)
EGEN_111_01Engineering Communications
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is AUTOCAD With Civil 3D.
3crM7:00PM-9:50PMRH 14115J Cummins
 

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of communicating through engineering graphics, including hand sketching and computer aided design. Students will learn to create sketches and prepare 2-D and 3-D drawings utilizing conventional drawing equipment and methods, as well as with AutoCAD and Civil 3D software. Drawing standards, fits and tolerances, and dimensioning is included.


 Electrical TechnologyCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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Instructor
(Fees)
ELCT_102_01Electrical Fundamentals II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW1:00PM-3:15PMOT 11111B Brittenham
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite(s): ELCT 110.This course will introduce the student to alternating current. The electrical properties and their effects on the circuit will be examined. Basic trigonometric skills will be utilized to perform calculations for analyzing various electrical circuits.


ELCT_111_01Electric Meters and Motors
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW10:00AM-11:50AMOT 1118B Brittenham
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

This course is a practical hands-on course using ammeters, voltmeters, watt meters, and multimeters in testing and troubleshooting electric motors, components and wiring systems. The course also includes a study of single and three-phase AC motors, their construction features and operating characteristics. This lecture/laboratory class emphasizes electric motor terminology, identification of motor types, enclosures, mounts, motor selection, connections, maintenance, testing and troubleshooting. Students are also introduced to motor loads, protection, controls, and devices used to connect motors to their loads such as pulleys, V-belts, gear boxes and couplings.


ELCT_116_01Math for Electricians
Meets: 1/17/2023-4/18/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For electrical apprentices only.
2crT5:30PM-7:30PMBSS 1344C Vincent
 

This course presents basic mathematical topics as they relate to the electrical apprenticeship program. The topics covered are dimensional arithmetic, percents, solving single linear equations, proportions and fractional equations, basic geometry, basic right triangle and basic oblique triangle trigonometry, and sine and cosine functions.


ELCT_139_01Elctrcl Code Study-Residential
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crW5:30PM-8:00PMOT 1112C Widera
 

Prerequisite: ELCT 133.This course is a study of the current NEC requirements pertaining to residential wiring. Code calculations for single and multiple family dwellings are emphasized. Blueprint reading is included. Lab work covers actual wiring of all devices which are used in a residence. The course also covers commercial and industrial applications.


ELCT_139_02Elctrcl Code Study-Residential
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM5:30PM-8:00PMOT 1110C Widera
 

Prerequisite: ELCT 133.This course is a study of the current NEC requirements pertaining to residential wiring. Code calculations for single and multiple family dwellings are emphasized. Blueprint reading is included. Lab work covers actual wiring of all devices which are used in a residence. The course also covers commercial and industrial applications.


ELCT_211_01AC Measurements
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:00PM-1:50PMOT 1119B Brittenham
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

Prerequisite: ELCT 102.This lecture/lab course consists of a series of experiments to investigate the characteristics of single-phase and three-phase electrical circuits. The connections and testing of transformers in both single-phase and three-phase configurations are stressed. Students also learn the operation of three-phase motors from conventional sources and phase converters with an emphasis on efficiency, operating characteristics and connections.


ELCT_233_01Commercial Wiring Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a late starting course.
2crT5:30PM-8:30PMOT 111-4D Hudak
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

Prerequisite: ELCT 133.Corequisite: ELCT 236.This course is an extension of ELCT 133 with lectures emphasizing commercial wiring methods. Students will perform laboratory work consisting of actual installation of various raceways, as well as connecting of special equipment used in commercial and industrial applications, all in accordance with the National Electrical Code.


ELCT_236_01Conduit/Rcwys/Code Calc Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crTh5:30PM-8:00PMOT 111-1D Hudak
Add'l Fee: $70.00
 

Prerequisite(s): ELCT 133.Corequisite(s): ELCT 233.This course includes laboratory work dealing with Code application relating to conduit bending, as well as National Electrical Code calculations for wire and cable installation. Students will perform lab work consisting of actual installation of conduit, wire and cable.


ELCT_239_01Grounding/Bonding Fund
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crTTh10:00AM-11:20AMOT 2060D Hudak
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

This course is a combination lecture/lab series of grounding theory, as well as characteristics of grounded and non-grounded systems. Labs include proper grounding practices, various grounding applications, tools and materials usage and methods of compressions and exothermic application and installations.


ELCT_247_01Medium and High Voltage
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh3:00PM-4:50PMOT 2066D Hudak
Add'l Fee: $55.00
 

This course is a lecture/lab course which covers medium and high voltage electrical theory, conductors, insulators, overcurrent devices, testing, termination, safety precautions and safety equipment.


ELCT_255_01Journeyman Electricians Exam
Meets: 1/17/2023-2/15/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is for the preparation for the Electrician's Exam.
1crW5:30PM-8:00PMOT 2054C Vincent
 

This course will prepare students to successfully take the electrical journeyman licensing examination. There will be a review of topics that were covered in previous courses in the apprentice curriculum. Practice exams will be introduced and discussed with the purpose of assisting students in understanding how questions are worded, and how to best study for the journeyman examination.


 Environmental SciencesCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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Instructor
(Fees)
ENSC_245NL_01Soils
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Labs alternate weeks with ENSC 272 - Water Resources.
4crMWF

Th
11:00AM-11:50AM

1:00PM-4:50PM
RH 119

RH 119
7C Relyea
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course is an introduction to chemical, physical, and biological properties of soil and soil's relationship to other natural resources. Interactions will be emphasized between soils and the larger forest, range, agricultural, wetland, and other freshwater ecosystems.


ENSC_272NL_01Water Resources
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Labs alternate weeks with ENSC 245 - Soils.
4crMWF

Th
10:00AM-10:50AM

1:00PM-4:50PM
RH 119

RH 119
10C Relyea
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course is an introduction to the physical, chemical, and biological properties of water and water's relationship to other natural resources within an ecosystem context. Issues of water quality and quantity will be examined as they relate to human use and other natural resources.


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ETEC_130_01Panel Wiring and Soldering
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crMW3:30PM-4:50PMOT 116A7D Hudak
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

This course will introduce the student to the physical assembly and wiring of electrical/industrial control panels. The course will teach the fundamentals of torque and soldered connections for compliant installation of wires, cables, and components. The basics of electrical schematics and wiring diagrams will be taught in relation to wiring control panels.


ETEC_280_01Advanced Electronics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-4:15PMOT 1117T Price
Add'l Fee: $25.00
 

Prerequisites: ETEC 245, ETEC 250.Topics include design of various amplifiers and their frequency response, op-amps, filters, oscillators, and voltage regulators. Lab exercises include designing actual circuits and creating simulations which reinforce lecture topics and provide practical, hands-on experience.


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EWLD_125_01AWS D1.1 Code Book
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crTTh11:00AM-11:50AMOT 20512L Seals
 

Prerequisite(s): WLDG 111.This class is a study of the American Welding Society D1.1 Structural Welding Code-Steel standards and evaluation procedures. Students will learn to interpret code requirements for AWS welding procedures, evaluations, and certification requirements.


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FORS_152_01Sustainable Silviculture
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Labs will not meet every week to accommodate silviculture field trip near end of semester. Silviculture field trip is scheduled for Friday, April 28th from 1:00 to 5:00, and Saturday, April 29th from 8:00 to 5:00.
4crF

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9:00AM-9:50AM

8:00AM-6:00PM

1:00PM-4:50PM
RH 119

RH 119

RH 119

RH 119
13T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course will explore silvicultural practices aimed at management of land to a desired forested condition and the lands sustainable use in concert with other resources.


FORS_230_01Forest Fire Management
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is an eight week course.
3crMWF10:00AM-11:50AMAT 20915R Trembath
 

Forest fire prevention, presuppression, suppression, and the uses of fire in land management practices both historically and present day. Emphasis will be on fire behavior, fire weather, the national fire danger rating system, fuels loading, and fire control organization.


FORS_232_01Forest Insects - Diseases
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMRH 15814C Relyea
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Identification, significance of and remedies for insect infestations and infectious and non-infectious diseases of forests and forest products.


FORS_251_01Photogram/Rem Sens
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Natural Resources students only.
3crTh

TTh
1:00PM-2:50PM

11:00AM-11:50AM
RH 158

RH 119
16T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: GPHY 284 or SRVY 283.The theory and application of photo and electro-optical remote sensing for mapping resources and developing information systems.


FORS_290_01Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class is for Monitoring Hail Damage and Ponderosa Pine Tree Disease Through Citizen Science and Geospatial Technology.
1crArrArrangedArranged3T Eichner
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


FORS_290_02Undergraduate Research
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class is for Managing Ponderosa Pine Infection and Disease Following a Natural Disturbance.
1crArrArrangedArranged2C Relyea
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.This course consists of undergraduate research under the supervision of a full-time faculty member. This course may be repeated for a total of 10 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


FORS_295_01Field Exp: Logging Resources
Meets: 4/17/2023-4/22/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Students must also sign up for ACT 283- Loggers Sports. Finalized meeting dates TBD.
2crArrArrangedArranged21A Beall

A Larsen
 

Corequisite: ACT 283.Attendance at the annual Western Forestry Clubs Conclave held at various locations throughout the West. Educational tours focus on forest management techniques used by managers to solve local problems.


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FRCH_102G_42Elementary French II
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
8S Hill
 

Prerequisite: FRCH 101 or instructor's consent.Continued study of the French language with attention to pronunciation, conversation, grammar, and reading. This course expands the working vocabulary, provides a more in-depth study of the French language, and explores the French and Francophone culture.


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FT_112_01Firearms Theory II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:00PM-2:15PMOT 122F8B Miller
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

Prerequisites: FT 111 and acceptance into the Firearm Technologies program or consent of instructor.This course will focus on the various systems used to operate pump and semi-automatic firearms. Systems include internal gas operated, external gas operated, short and long recoil operated, blowback and delayed blowback. The firearms used will be shotguns, rifles, and pistols. Ballistic software will be introduced and utilized as a tool for the gunsmith to study and compare cartridges and exterior ballistics.


FT_125_01Machine Tools for the Gunsmith
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW3:00PM-6:15PMOT 1179B Miller
Add'l Fee: $125.00
 

Prerequisite: MCH 132 and acceptance into the Firearm Technologies program.This course covers the theory and practice of using machine tools for basic barrel fitting techniques. Techniques include truing the action, lapping lugs, fitting the barrel for best accuracy, chambering, headspacing, and installing sights and scope mounts. Projects include fabricating jigs and fixtures that are required to perform improvements to accuracy of bolt action rifles. There will also be discussions of safety that are pertinent when barreling any firearm.


FT_132_01Firearms Repair II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh5:00PM-7:15PMOT 122F4B Miller
Add'l Fee: $210.00
 

Prerequisites: FT 131 and acceptance into the Firearm Technologies program or consent of instructor.This course is an extension of FT 131. Although the topics are similar, the students is exposed to more complex repairs. Fitting and adjusting of parts, with an emphasis on factory methods and techniques, are covered.


FT_203_01Advanced Firearms Modification
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-1:15PMOT 122F1C O'Neill
Add'l Fee: $75.00
 

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Firearms Finishing program or instructor's consent.This course is a study of advanced gunsmith practices that are required in professional gunsmithing or firearms manufacturing. Topics will include choke tubes, barrel dent removal, back boring of shotgun barrels, barrel relining, bolt action feed, stuck cartridge removal, bolt face repair and modification, custom scope bases and sights.


FT_204_01Pistolsmithing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-4:15PMOT 122F1B Miller
Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Firearms Finishing program or instructor's consent.This course is an in-depth study of the custom handgun, but the primary focus is on the model 1911. Topics will include building competition level pistols, fitting link and ramped barrels, throating, fitting slides to frames, installing aftermarket accessories, along with accuracy, recoil, and reliability.


FT_205_01Checkering
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW6:45PM-9:00PMOT 122F3P Guffy
Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Firearms Finishing program or instructor's consent.This course will cover layout and hand-cutting of a standard point pattern. The emphasis will be on construction of templates with layout and checkering of flat and curved surfaces. Cradle design and adjustment to gain positive results will be covered. Layout and cutting of more advanced fleur-de-lis patterns are also covered. Also included are re-cutting of existing patterns and repair of damaged checkering. Staining and finishing of completed work are covered with an emphasis on professional results.


FT_206_01Synthetic Stocks
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh8:00AM-10:15AMOT 122F1C O'Neill
Add'l Fee: $40.00
 

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Firearms Finishing program or instructor's consent.The primary focus of this course will be inletting, modifying, and bedding synthetic stocks for barreled actions. Types of stocks are fiberglass, kevlar, and other composites. The importance of proper installation and bedding to accuracy is emphasized. Bedding techniques such as pillar, glass, and glue-in are covered along with bedding block tuning.


 Graphic Design
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Photography         Art History         Visual Arts         Jewelry         Film         Graphic Design
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GDSN_148_80Digital Illustration I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline8A Lawrence
 

This is a beginning course in the use of Adobe Illustrator where students will develop vector-drawing abilities through a variety of skill-based assignments, with an emphasis on concept, creativity, technical achievement and presentation. In addition, students learn file preparation standards for production, including file formats, color palettes and image resolution. The most recent version of Illustrator is highly recommended.


GDSN_200_90Intro to Desktop Publishing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crW10:00AM-11:50AMAT 24313A Lawrence
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisites: GDSN 148 and GDSN 149.This is a fast-paced course in the use of Adobe InDesign. The concepts of integrating imagery and type as art, identity branding, and multi-page layouts will be covered extensively. Students must be proficient with Illustrator and Photoshop because this course combines photo, illustration, and typography to create cohesive layouts. Students will finish this class with the ability to create a small magazine from concept to creation to production. The most recent version of InDesign is highly recommended.


GDSN_230_80Video Editing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline7D Rauscher
 

This course integrates graphic design skills with video editing to create short promotional videos. Students explore basic working concepts of the art of video editing through the use of linear and non-linear video editing to tell a story from start to finish with a detailed plot arc. Topics include capturing digital video, organizing projects, storing video clips, explaining the browser, viewer, canvas, and timeline. Students learn advanced features such as special effects, camera angles, techniques for connecting shots, overlapping sound sequences, and text effects.


GDSN_247_90Digital Portfolio Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
4crTh9:30AM-11:20AMAT 24312D Rauscher

A Lawrence

Add'l Fee: $75.00
 

In this course, students develop a unique identity and branding to showcase examples of both graphic design and web technology pieces in preparation for the job market. A cohesive design will be displayed through a resume, business card, leave behind, print portfolio, and digital portfolio. This capstone course prepares Graphic Design and Web Technology students for the job market by teaching interviewing skills and independent contract techniques.


GDSN_248_90Digital Illustration II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crW12:00PM-12:50PMAT 2435A Lawrence
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: GDSN 148.This is an advanced course in the use of Adobe Illustrator. The concepts of advanced digital illustration will be introduced and explored. This includes drawing in 3D, using perspective, streamlining color management, creating customized brushes, and using special effects. Also, a strong emphasis on typography as a design element will be applied. The most recent version of Illustrator is highly recommended.


GDSN_249_80Digital Imaging II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline9D Rauscher
 

Prerequisite: GDSN 149.This is an advanced course in the use of Adobe Photoshop. The concepts of advanced digital image manipulation techniques will be introduced and explored through Photoshop. This includes advanced techniques in retouching and enhancing techniques, creating special effects, and applying artistic type, textures and filters. The use of multiple layers with adjustments, blending modes, clipping masks, alpha channels, puppet warp, liquefy and other filters, will be thoroughly explored. The most recent version of Photoshop is highly recommended.


GDSN_250_80Graphic Design I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline7A Lawrence
 

This course provides an introduction to the principles of Graphic Design that can be applied in photography, painting, and fine arts. The course covers the fundamentals of graphic design with an emphasis on creative problem solving. Students will learn composition, color theory, models and schemes, design components, typography and terminology, resolution, design basics to prepare for web, the marketing process including branding, standard business practices, contracts and ethical guidelines for the graphic arts industry. Students work on critical thinking skills by completing visual problem-solving exercises. This is an introductory course so assignments done on a computer will not be required.


GDSN_274_01Portfolio Presentation
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crArrArrangedArranged9D Harling
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Exploration of techniques and formats used for the documentation and presentation of 2D and 3D artworks. Film, digital and web-based technologies will be used. Students will learn how to create and present portfolios of artwork.


GDSN_298_80Internship: Graphic Design
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline17D Rauscher
 

Prerequisite: completion of 30 credits with a GPA of 2.0 or better, and submission of an internship application.This course offers a supervised, structured learning experience at an approved business/organization. Students experience the selection process, receive training related to their field of study, enhance their academic learning, and gain exposure to the workplace. Students apply theoretical classroom concepts to real world workplace issues. Typically, a student completes 45 site hours per one credit of lecture. Additionally, students participate in activities and class time beyond the hours spent at the job site.


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GH_152GH_90Intro Western Humanities Mod
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
4crTh11:00AM-12:15PMAT 20810M Rauscher
 

This course offers an interdisciplinary survey of human creative achievements from Early Renaissance to Postmodernism. By examining major works of art, architecture, music, literature and philosophy, students will gain an awareness of human productivity and the historical contexts that provided its inspiration, as well as an enhanced appreciation of the rich cultural heritage that informs our own contemporary identity.


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GPHY_121GA_80Human Geography
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline7A Ho
 

A topical approach to geographic analysis of humans and their environment, this course includes population, migration, culture, development, industry, and urban patterns. Uses natural science concepts to understand human behavior. Focus is on key issues within a geographic framework, answering where and why.


GPHY_141GA_01Geography of World Regions
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMRH 13018A Ho
 

A survey of world geographical regions, including the unique physical environment, population and settlement patterns, cultural diversity, political systems and economic and social status. Focus is on globalization, its effect on the region's environment, politics and economics, and how the regions affect globalization trends.


 Health Enhancement
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Health         Athletic Training         Health Enhancement         Kinesiology
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HEE_202_01Instl Strat Elem PE
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMBC 14220L Elwell
 

This course is designed for elementary education students. It focuses on applying educational theory in planning, analyzing, and presenting learning experiences to typical and atypical populations in elementary school physical education. Active participation is required.


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HEO_100_60Commercial Truck Driver
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: Class may extend past last date to accommodate the required hours of driving and exam schedule. This class includes three full days class time and 2.5 hours/day, 4 days/week driving time. Driving time to be approximately 40 hours. Please contact Butch at 293-2721 with any questions.
4crMTWThFArrangedArranged0J Kingston
Add'l Fee: $1800.00
 

Prerequisite(s): students must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid Montana Driver's License.Commercial Truck Driving will assist students in gaining a working knowledge of information needed to obtain a Class "A" CDL learner's permit through classroom instruction. This class also includes simulator and backing practice, and the driving experience necessary to pass the pre-trip, skills, and driving exam for the Montana Class "A" CDL. The lab exercises are designed to provide students with the driving skills in a working environment.


HEO_100_61Commercial Truck Driver
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Late Starting Course
Note: Class may extend past last date to accommodate the required hours of driving and exam schedule. This class includes three full days class time and 2.5 hours/day, 4 days/week driving time. Driving time to be approximately 40 hours. Please contact Butch at 293-2721 with any questions.
4crMTWThFArrangedArranged1J Kingston
Add'l Fee: $1800.00
 

Prerequisite(s): students must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid Montana Driver's License.Commercial Truck Driving will assist students in gaining a working knowledge of information needed to obtain a Class "A" CDL learner's permit through classroom instruction. This class also includes simulator and backing practice, and the driving experience necessary to pass the pre-trip, skills, and driving exam for the Montana Class "A" CDL. The lab exercises are designed to provide students with the driving skills in a working environment.


HEO_103_02Professional Truck Driver
Meets: 4/3/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This course will include 2 full days of class time at the start of the sem. and 2 1/2 hours/day, 2 days/week driving time throughout the sem. Driving time is approximately 50 hours. If you have not been in attendance by the second day of class, you will automatically be dropped from this course as of that date. This withdrawal is an exception to FVCC's regular withdrawal and refund policy. For information, please contact Laurie Berg at 756-4862. This is a late starting course.
5crArrArrangedQHUT QHUT12C Moore

M Twichel

M Mulcahy

Add'l Fee: $2100.00
 

Prerequisite(s): Students must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid Montana Driver's License.This course teaches the skills necessary to obtain a Class A CDL learner's permit through classroom instruction. It includes the driving experience necessary to pass the pre-trip, skills, and driving exam for the Montana Class A CDL. In addition, students will receive the necessary training in order to obtain a School Bus, Combo, Air Brakes, and Tanker endorsements.


HEO_103_04Professional Truck Driver
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course will include 2 full days of class time at the start of the sem. and 2 1/2 hours/day, 2 days/week driving time throughout the sem. Driving time is approximately 50 hours. If you have not been in attendance by the second day of class, you will automatically be dropped from this course as of that date. This withdrawal is an exception to FVCC's regular withdrawal and refund policy. For information, please contact Laurie Berg at 756-4862.
5crArrArrangedQHUT QHUT3C Moore

M Twichel

M Mulcahy

Add'l Fee: $2100.00
 

Prerequisite(s): Students must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid Montana Driver's License.This course teaches the skills necessary to obtain a Class A CDL learner's permit through classroom instruction. It includes the driving experience necessary to pass the pre-trip, skills, and driving exam for the Montana Class A CDL. In addition, students will receive the necessary training in order to obtain a School Bus, Combo, Air Brakes, and Tanker endorsements.


HEO_105_01Intro to Heavy Equip Ops
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: First semester heavy ops students must also register for HEO 103 (CDL). If you have questions, please contact the OT Advisor at 756-4862.
8crMW8:00AM-4:30PMQHUT QHUT4C Moore
Add'l Fee: $1300.00
 

This course will introduce students to equipment work site safety, grade stake interpretation, and soil composition and characteristics. It will also introduce students to the operation of dump trucks, skid steers, dozers, excavators, backhoes, loaders, scrapers, and motor graders to the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) standards.


HEO_110_01Heavy Equipment Operator II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Please contact Laurie Berg at 756-4862 with any questions.
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MW
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8:00AM-4:30PM
QHUT QHUT

QHUT QHUT
4C Moore
Add'l Fee: $1400.00
 

Prerequisite(s): HEO 105.This course is a continuation of HEO 105 designed to develop student proficiencies in equipment operational safety, soil stabilization and good grade determination, and operation of equipment that is fitted with GPS. Proficiency in the operation of all pieces of equipment is expected. Students will give presentations on topics in construction, excavation, or maintenance of equipment.


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HIT_265_80Electronic Health Record
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline22B Rudolph
 

Prerequisite: AHMS 108.Students will learn the personnel functions and associated workflows required in an ambulatory care physician clinic and how to prepare for, implement and use an electronic health record (EHR) to achieve a paperless office environment and improved quality of care. Office function, associated workflow and EHR use will include all office personnel roles from receptionist through nurse and physician. EHR use will include both in-office functions and its role in Health Information Exchange (HIE) with other health care providers and organizations including laboratories, pharmacies, consulting physicians and payers.


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HONR_158NB_01Honors: Transitions Amer Agric
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be admitted to the Honors Program to register for this class. This course will examine transitional events in North American history that have influenced our relationship to food and farming, with an emphasis on environmental, economic, and social change in American agriculture. This interdisciplinary survey will focus on the history and science of agriculture during the pre-colonial, revolutionary, slave plantation, westward expansion, and mid-20th century periods. It will explore how these transitional periods have shaped initiatives that drive land use patterns, crop and livestock improvement, and agronomic practices to the present day.
4crTTh11:00AM-12:50PMBSS 1336C Relyea

H Estrada

S Brantner
 

Prerequisite: acceptance into the Honor's Program.This course involves critical analysis of major themes of the Social Sciences-B (Economics, History, Political Science) coordinated and examined through themes of the sciences. Skills in critical reading/analysis and the development of ideas through argument, writing, and oral communication will be utilized in order to engage student's knowledge, imagination and creativity.


HONR_257HB_01Honors: 20th c Europe Fact/Fict
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be admitted to the Honors Program to register for this class. If humanity's recent shared experiences with rising political tensions, economic anxieties, pandemic aftereffects, and actual international invasion have taught us anything, it is that echoes from the past resound loudly in the present. This course dives into 20th century European history and literature with an eye to making sense of current crises. The course will combine historical and literary approaches to comprehend how Europeans faced the colossal geopolitical, economic, and cultural challenges that confronted them.
4crMW3:00PM-4:50PMBSS 1334G Reeb

C Relyea

M Mullins
 

Prerequisite: acceptance into the Scholars Program.This course involves critical analysis of major themes of Social Sciences-B (Economics, History, Political Science) coordinated and examined through the humanities. Skills in critical reading/analysis and the development of ideas through argument, writing, and oral communication will be utilized in order to engage student's knowledge, imagination and creativity.


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HSTA_102B_01American History II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh11:00AM-12:50PMBC 1417S Warner
 

This course is a comprehensive introductory history of America from the Gilded Age (1870's) to the present.


HSTA_102B_40.4American History II
Meets: 1/30/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: For Bigfork High School students only.
4crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
14C Wilondek
 

This course is a comprehensive introductory history of America from the Gilded Age (1870's) to the present.


HSTA_102B_45American History II
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Superior High School students only.
4crArrArrangedSuperior
High
School
17V Nytes
 

This course is a comprehensive introductory history of America from the Gilded Age (1870's) to the present.


HSTA_255B_01DMontana History
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this course.
3crMW5:30PM-6:45PMREMOT Remote19V Nytes
 

Prerequisite: Recommend WRIT 101, HSTA 101, or HSTA 102.This course is an examination and evaluation of the political, social, cultural, economic and geographic heritage of Montana as a territory and a state.


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HSTR_102B_01Western Civilization II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh4:00PM-5:50PMLRC 123D17S Brantner
 

This course covers early 1500's to the present with emphasis on the rise of national systems, and the on-going revolutions in Western Civilization with attendant philosophic, economic and political conflicts and influences.


HSTR_102B_43Western Civilization II
Meets: 1/24/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Polson High School students only.
4crArrArrangedPolson
High
School
28W Danley
 

This course covers early 1500's to the present with emphasis on the rise of national systems, and the on-going revolutions in Western Civilization with attendant philosophic, economic and political conflicts and influences.


HSTR_202GB_01The 20th Century World II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMLRC 123D13M Mullins
 

This course traces the course and impact of World War II with particular emphasis on the breakup of the European colonial empires and the emergence of new nations in Africa and Asia; examines the rise to world dominance of the United States and the Soviet Union, the background of the Cold War, and the course of "West" and "East" relations since 1945; and discusses the historical origins of major international problems (such as Middle East tensions, Latin American revolution, Third World crises, etc.).


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HVC_120_80Boiler Operator Certification
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
2crArrArrangedOnline25T McDade
 

This is an introductory course in heating and power low pressure boiler systems. It will introduce the concepts and terminology of commercial, industrial, and residential boiler systems and emphasize troubleshooting and maintenance procedures employed in maintaining hot water systems. Area of focus include boiler fundamentals, boiler types, steam and hydronic boilers, fuels and burner types, valve identification, safety and relief valves, water level controllers, and industry safety issues associated with boiler accidents. The course will prepare students to take the Boiler Operator license exam.


HVC_130_01HVAC Electrical
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM5:10PM-8:30PMOT 116A2D Hudak
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Basic electrical safety and electrical theory such as Ohms Law, circuit schematic symbols, and circuit characteristics will be discussed as it specifically applies to DC and AC circuits in the HVAC industry. Additional theory will be presented regarding magnetism as it applies to AC power generation. The course will also include discussion and calculation of the effects of capacitive, induction, and resistive circuits. The course concludes with an overview of transformers.


HVC_140_01HVAC Systems I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTh5:30PM-8:30PMOT 1163T McDade
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisite: HVC 101.This course is a logical continuation of HVC 101. Topics covered will include human comfort, psychometrics, introduction to basic air distribution systems, air flow measurement calculations and balance considerations. The course will culminate with the student doing a basic heat load calculation for a residential structure and selecting heating equipment to be installed.


HVC_230_01HVAC Electrical II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM5:30PM-8:00PMOT 1166T McDade
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisite: HVC 130.Areas of study will include basic control circuits, sequence of operation of basic HVAC applications, electric motor theory and specific information on HVAC electrical component devices. The main focus of this course is the various types of AC electric motors and starting components used by single-phase and three-phase motors found in residential and light commercial applications.


HVC_252_01HVAC Refrigeration II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM

W
8:05PM-8:55PM

5:30PM-8:55PM
OT 116

OT 116
6T McDade
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisite: HVC 250This course covers theory and practical application in the maintenance of commercial refrigeration systems. Students will be introduced to various controls and components used in these applications. The course covers evaporators and the refrigeration system, condensers, compressors, expansion devices, application of special system components, commercial ice machines, troubleshooting, and typical operating conditions for commercial refrigeration.


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ITS_221_90Project Management
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crW1:00PM-1:50PMAT 24310A Lawrence
 

The purpose of this course is to provide students with the tools to successfully manage a Web site project. Topics covered include managing a project's scope, cost, quality, and risk. Focus is on initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing projects. Software tools available to help manage and report on the project's progress will also be explored.


ITS_224_01Introduction to Linux
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh1:00PM-2:50PMBSS 1375P MacGregor
 

Emphasis is on management and use of common open source network operating systems. Topics and activities include product overview, installation, administration, problem resolution, configuration of security parameters and user accounts, console operations and use of the network.


ITS_271_80Securing Desktop/Mobile Dev
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline7P MacGregor
 

Prerequisite(s): ITS 210, ITS 218.This course will provide advanced technical information and relevant skills to successfully secure end-user devices, including desktop and laptop systems, tablets, cellular phones, and other portable computing equipment. Building on existing knowledge and skills in the areas of server management, network management, and security, students will gain mastery-level knowledge of security issues and best practices. Course content covers client/server exposures and protections (authentication options, packet signing and encryption of network traffic, appropriate implementation of permissions and rights); malware threats and treatments; transmission choices and precautions (wired, wireless, remote desktop access, virtual private networking (VPN)); cloud computing considerations; and corporate mobile device best practices. Hardening of the operating system and application software is also covered. Course content will focus on business-focused security practices.


ITS_298_80Internship/Cooperative Edu
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline17D Rauscher
 

Prerequisites: BMIS 270 and completion of 30 semester credits with a grade point average of 2.0 or better. Submission of an internship application.This course offers a supervised, structured learning experience at an approved business/organization. Students will receive training related to their field of study, enhance their academic learning, and gain exposure to the workplace. Students will receive assistance in developing application materials and finding worksites meeting learning and legal criteria from the Career Development Coordinator.


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LIT_110H_41Intro to Lit
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
2N Vestal
 

This introductory course focuses on the reading, enjoyment, and critical analysis of fiction, poetry and drama. Students will read world literature, as well as works of the American West, contemporary dramatists, minority writers, and works focusing on the lives of immigrants, expatriates, and first-generation Americans.


LIT_110H_80Intro to Lit
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0
(w2)
B Barckholtz
 

This introductory course focuses on the reading, enjoyment, and critical analysis of fiction, poetry and drama. Students will read world literature, as well as works of the American West, contemporary dramatists, minority writers, and works focusing on the lives of immigrants, expatriates, and first-generation Americans.


LIT_112H_60Intro To Fiction
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crTTh4:00PM-5:15PMLINB 11523S Barrick
 

This introductory course focuses on the reading, enjoyment, and critical analysis of the short story and the novel. Students will read world literature, as well as contemporary writers of the American West; minority writers; and writers focusing on the lives of immigrants, expatriates and first-generation Americans.


LIT_120H_90Poetry
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crTTh2:00PM-3:15PMAT 20816H Bissell Kauffman
 

This course is an introduction to the reading, enjoyment, interpretation, critical analysis, and appreciation of selected poetry.


LIT_271H_90Intro to Science Fiction Lit
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
4crTh12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2066M Rauscher
 

This course will study the development of science fiction as a literary genre that investigates the technological and social dilemmas encountered by humanity. The history of science fiction, the significant authors, and the genre's moral questions will be covered through an examination of the texts and films that have framed science fiction.


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M_005_01Co-Req Support for M 105Q
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crTh11:00AM-11:50AMRH 14010L VanDeKop
 

Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement test score, a grade of "B" or better in M065, or Math Department consent. This course provides support in achieving the M105 learning outcomes. This support will be provided through extra instruction of basic math concepts at the beginning of the semester as well as a more detailed and in depth look at M105 topics throughout the semester.


M_065_x1Prealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150 (Alternative arrangements can be made with your instructor.) The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library.
3crMWF9:00AM-9:50AMRH 1479J Yorba
Add'l Fee: $12.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_x2Prealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note:Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150 (Alternative arrangements can be made with your instructor.) The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library.
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMRH 1477M Maxwell
Add'l Fee: $12.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_x3DPrealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150 (Alternative arrangements can be made with your instructor.) The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library. This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class.
3crTTh5:30PM-6:45PMREMOT Remote4K Wilderson
Add'l Fee: $12.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_x60DPrealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library/LCC bookstore. This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class.
3crTTh5:30PM-6:45PMREMOT Remote1K Wilderson
Add'l Fee: $12.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_y1Prealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150 (Alternative arrangements can be made with your instructor.) The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library. Requires Math Dept signature.
3crMWF9:00AM-9:50AMRH 1470J Yorba
Add'l Fee: $112.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_y2Prealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150 (Alternative arrangements can be made with your instructor.) The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library. Requires Math Dept signature.
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMRH 1471M Maxwell
Add'l Fee: $112.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_y3DPrealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150 (Alternative arrangements can be made with your instructor.) The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library. This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class.
3crTTh5:30PM-6:45PMREMOT Remote0K Wilderson
Add'l Fee: $112.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_065_y60DPrealgebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the textbook is checked out from the library/LCC bookstore. This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class.
3crTTh5:30PM-6:45PMREMOT Remote0K Wilderson
Add'l Fee: $112.50
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score or Math Department consent.This course is designed for those students who need to improve their pre-algebra skills. Topics include signed numbers, basic factoring, basic equation solving, and an introduction to polynomials, square roots, basic graphing and basic exponent rules.


M_090_90Introductory Algebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. This course will be delivered remotely as well as face-to-face during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class.
4crW11:00AM-11:50AMRH 1472J Yorba

K Wilderson

Add'l Fee: $13.00
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or "SA" or better in M 065, or Math Department consent.This course provides an introduction to algebra. The course covers the topics of solving and graphing linear equations, solving systems of linear equations, introductory polynomials and factoring, basic function notation, and graphing and solving basic quadratics. Graphical and algebraic approaches to solving equations and application problems will be used throughout the course.


M_094_02Quantitative Reasoning
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. Additional 50 minutes required per week to be spent in the FMC (RH 150).
4crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMRH 1481J Yorba
Add'l Fee: $19.00
 

Prerequisite(s): Grade of "SA" or "C" or better in M065, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consentThis course is designed for students as the alternative to the traditional algebraic math sequence and to prepare them for college-level math courses emphasizing quantitative methods. Emphasis will be placed on using data and appropriate mathematical models to make decisions, while developing logical reasoning and critical thinking skills. Topics include proportional reasoning, utilizing various graphical representations, linear equations (including systems of linear equations), and basic probability and statistics.


M_094_03Quantitative Reasoning
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. Additional 50 minutes required per week to be spent in the FMC (RH 150).
4crMW12:30PM-1:45PMRH 14811P Musick
Add'l Fee: $19.00
 

Prerequisite(s): Grade of "SA" or "C" or better in M065, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consentThis course is designed for students as the alternative to the traditional algebraic math sequence and to prepare them for college-level math courses emphasizing quantitative methods. Emphasis will be placed on using data and appropriate mathematical models to make decisions, while developing logical reasoning and critical thinking skills. Topics include proportional reasoning, utilizing various graphical representations, linear equations (including systems of linear equations), and basic probability and statistics.


M_094_90DQuantitative Reasoning
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled day and time, and there will be online work. Internet access is required for this class.
4crT12:30PM-1:20PMREMOT Remote14E Wenner
Add'l Fee: $19.00
 

Prerequisite(s): Grade of "SA" or "C" or better in M065, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consentThis course is designed for students as the alternative to the traditional algebraic math sequence and to prepare them for college-level math courses emphasizing quantitative methods. Emphasis will be placed on using data and appropriate mathematical models to make decisions, while developing logical reasoning and critical thinking skills. Topics include proportional reasoning, utilizing various graphical representations, linear equations (including systems of linear equations), and basic probability and statistics.


M_095_01Intermediate Algebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. Internet access is required for this class. Additional 50 minutes required per week to be spent in the FMC (RH 150).
4crMW2:00PM-3:15PMRH 14811E Rady
Add'l Fee: $13.00
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 090, or Math Department consent.This course is the second semester of algebra review and provides preparation for pre-calculus. This course concentrates on quadratic, rational, exponential, and logarithmic expressions and equations. This course also covers the graphs of functions, inequalities, and solving linear systems of equations.


M_095_90Intermediate Algebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. This course will be delivered remotely as well as face-to-face during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class.
4crF11:00AM-11:50AMRH 14710M Maxwell

K Wilderson

Add'l Fee: $13.00
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 090, or Math Department consent.This course is the second semester of algebra review and provides preparation for pre-calculus. This course concentrates on quadratic, rational, exponential, and logarithmic expressions and equations. This course also covers the graphs of functions, inequalities, and solving linear systems of equations.


M_105M_01Contemporary Mathematics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMRH 1472L VanDeKop
 

Prerequisites: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 094, co-requisite of M 005, or Math Department consent.This course is an introduction to mathematical ideas and their impact on society. The course is designed to give students the skills required to understand and interpret quantitative information that they encounter, and to make numerically based decisions in their lives. Several math topics will be explored, including basic probability and statistics.


M_105M_02Contemporary Mathematics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is for CORE Experience students only - signature required.
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMRH 1473L VanDeKop
 

Prerequisites: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 094, co-requisite of M 005, or Math Department consent.This course is an introduction to mathematical ideas and their impact on society. The course is designed to give students the skills required to understand and interpret quantitative information that they encounter, and to make numerically based decisions in their lives. Several math topics will be explored, including basic probability and statistics.


M_114_41Extended Technical Mathematics
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
6S Gress
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M065, or Math Department consent.This course presents mathematical topics as they are applied in a trades program. Topics covered include use of measuring tools, measurement systems and dimensional analysis, basic algebra topics, scientific notation, applied geometry, right and oblique triangle trigonometry, and exponential and logarithmic formulas. This course is intended for specific programs.


M_115M_01Probability and Linear Math
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF9:00AM-9:50AMAT 2059M Severino
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 094, or Math Department consent.The course will cover systems of linear equations and matrix algebra including linear programming. An introduction to probability with emphasis on models and probabilistic reasoning will be covered. Examples of applications will be demonstrated from a wide variety of fields.


M_115M_80Probability and Linear Math
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Internet access is required for this class.
3crArrArrangedOnline4T Price
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 094, or Math Department consent.The course will cover systems of linear equations and matrix algebra including linear programming. An introduction to probability with emphasis on models and probabilistic reasoning will be covered. Examples of applications will be demonstrated from a wide variety of fields.


M_120_01DMath with Health Care Apps
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this course.
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMREMOT Remote6E Wenner
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or "SA" or better in M 065, or Math Department consent.This course is designed to provide students with a solid mathematical foundation necessary to succeed in a health care profession. This course will review algebra, measurements used in health care fields, dimensional analysis, and graphs & basic statistics.


M_120_60DMath with Health Care Apps
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this course.
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMLINB 1234E Wenner
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or "SA" or better in M 065, or Math Department consent.This course is designed to provide students with a solid mathematical foundation necessary to succeed in a health care profession. This course will review algebra, measurements used in health care fields, dimensional analysis, and graphs & basic statistics.


M_120_80Math with Health Care Apps
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Internet access is required for this course.
3crArrArrangedOnline2E Wenner
 

Prerequisite(s): appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or "SA" or better in M 065, or Math Department consent.This course is designed to provide students with a solid mathematical foundation necessary to succeed in a health care profession. This course will review algebra, measurements used in health care fields, dimensional analysis, and graphs & basic statistics.


M_121M_01College Algebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMRH 1419E Rady
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 095, or Math Department consent.This course is the first semester of a precalculus series. Topics covered include equations, systems of linear equations and methods of solution (including matrices), exponents and radicals, linear and quadratic functions (and their graphs), exponential and logarithmic functions (and their graphs), sequences and series.


M_121M_02College Algebra
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-3:15PMRH 1412E Rady
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 095, or Math Department consent.This course is the first semester of a precalculus series. Topics covered include equations, systems of linear equations and methods of solution (including matrices), exponents and radicals, linear and quadratic functions (and their graphs), exponential and logarithmic functions (and their graphs), sequences and series.


M_122M_01College Trigonometry
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet access is required for this class.
4crTTh

W
4:45PM-6:00PM

4:45PM-5:35PM
RH 174

RH 174
2M Maxwell
 

Prerequisite: grade of "C" or better in M121, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.This course is the second semester of a precalculus series. Trigonometric functions are introduced using the circular and angular definitions. Trigonometric graphs, identities, equations, and applications are investigated. Polar coordinates, polar graphs, and conic sections are also covered.


M_124_01Surveying Mathematics II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW

Th
10:00AM-10:50AM

8:00AM-8:50AM
RH 158

RH 158
20A Beall
 

Prerequisites: a grade of "C" or better in M 095 and M 123 or Math Department consent.This course includes analytical geometry and calculus. The calculus topics are derivatives and integrals of functions of one variable.


M_133M_01Geom & Measrmt K8 Tchrs
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-3:15PMRH 1407L VanDeKop
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M094, or Math Department consent.This course focuses on the study of geometry and geometric measurement for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. Topics include synthetic, transformational and coordinate geometry, Euclidean constructions, congruence and similarity, 2D and 3D measurement, and problem solving.


M_140M_01College Math for Healthcare
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF10:00AM-10:50AMRH 17418M Severino
 

Prerequisite(s): Grade of "C" or better in M094, appropriate placement score or Math Department consent.This course will apply mathematical reasoning and problem solving to the healthcare field. Topics covered include operations in the real number system, linear functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, dimensional analysis, concentration calculations, proportional reasoning, introductory statistics (including basic regression analysis), and introductory probability concepts. This course is intended for students pursuing healthcare programs.


M_140M_80College Math for Healthcare
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2E Wenner
 

Prerequisite(s): Grade of "C" or better in M094, appropriate placement score or Math Department consent.This course will apply mathematical reasoning and problem solving to the healthcare field. Topics covered include operations in the real number system, linear functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, dimensional analysis, concentration calculations, proportional reasoning, introductory statistics (including basic regression analysis), and introductory probability concepts. This course is intended for students pursuing healthcare programs.


M_171M_01Calculus I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet access is required for this class.
5crMW

TTh
11:00AM-11:50AM

11:00AM-12:15PM
RH 174

RH 174
17M Maxwell
 

Prerequisites: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 122, or Math Department consent.This is the first of three standard courses in calculus, the others are M 172 and M 273. The course includes limits and continuity, derivatives, applications of derivatives and integration. The types of functions studied include algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic.


M_171M_40.4Calculus I
Meets: 1/9/2023-6/2/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For BigforkHigh School students only.
5crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
19J Feller
 

Prerequisites: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 122, or Math Department consent.This is the first of three standard courses in calculus, the others are M 172 and M 273. The course includes limits and continuity, derivatives, applications of derivatives and integration. The types of functions studied include algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic.


M_172M_02Calculus II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crMW

TTh
11:00AM-11:50AM

11:00AM-12:15PM
RH 141

RH 141
12E Rady
 

Prerequisite: appropriate placement test score, a grade of "C" or better in M 171, or Math Department consent. This is the second of three standard courses in calculus. The course includes transcendental functions, applications and techniques of integration, infinite series, parametrized curves, and polar curves.


M_234_01Higher Math for K8 Tchrs
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:30PM-1:45PMRH 14013L VanDeKop
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "C" or better in M 132 or Math Department consent.This course focuses on the study of algebra, number theory, probability and statistics for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. Topics include proportional reasoning, functions, elementary number theory, statistical modeling and inference, and elementary probability theory.


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(Fees)
MART_232_90Interactive Web II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
4crT9:30AM-11:30AMAT 24311D Rauscher
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite: MART 231.This course focuses on teaching students advanced web design concepts. Students learn advanced techniques to further their experience with web design. Using HTML 5, CSS III, and CMS to create responsive design is the main focus.


 Machining and Manufacturing Technology
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Instructor
(Fees)
MCH_102_01Intro to Manf Materials
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crMW2:00PM-3:10PMOT 2050C Rodriguez
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

This is an introductory course in the study of materials used in the manufacturing industry. Topics include selection and identification of steels, selection and identification of nonferrous metals, mechanical behavior of various plastics, hardening, case hardening, tempering, annealing, normalizing, stress relieving, and the use of the Rockwell and Brinell hardness testers.


MCH_122_01Intro to CAM
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW4:00PM-5:50PMOT 2062C Rodriguez
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

This course introduces CAM operational basics for both mill and lathe programing using current CAM software. The course includes terminology relevant to PC-based CAD/CAM work, hardware familiarity, system operation and management, folders, file types and structure, menu structure and use, and 2 ½ axis (milling machines) and 2 axis (lathes) tool paths. Emphasis is placed on proper geometric creation, management, relevant utilities, C-hooks, and toolbar and menu functions.


MCH_122_45.4Intro to CAM
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Capital High School students only.
3crArrArrangedCapital
High
School
15J Weber
 

This course introduces CAM operational basics for both mill and lathe programing using current CAM software. The course includes terminology relevant to PC-based CAD/CAM work, hardware familiarity, system operation and management, folders, file types and structure, menu structure and use, and 2 ½ axis (milling machines) and 2 axis (lathes) tool paths. Emphasis is placed on proper geometric creation, management, relevant utilities, C-hooks, and toolbar and menu functions.


MCH_122_49Intro to CAM
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
18D Leatzow
 

This course introduces CAM operational basics for both mill and lathe programing using current CAM software. The course includes terminology relevant to PC-based CAD/CAM work, hardware familiarity, system operation and management, folders, file types and structure, menu structure and use, and 2 ½ axis (milling machines) and 2 axis (lathes) tool paths. Emphasis is placed on proper geometric creation, management, relevant utilities, C-hooks, and toolbar and menu functions.


MCH_125_01Intro to CNC Lathe Ops
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-1:15PMOT 2062C Rodriguez
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

Prerequisite: MCH 132.This course provides opportunities for students to develop skills in the setup and operation of CNC lathes. Topics include: safety, lathe parts and controls, lathe tooling, lathe calculations, lathe setup and operations. This is a performance based course that requires the production of assigned tool projects.Note: This course can be taken face-to-face as a 3-credits lecture/lab (MCH 125) or online as a 1-credit lecture (MCH 110) and a 2-credit lab (MCH 111).


MCH_127_01Intro to CNC Mill Ops
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW8:00AM-10:15AMOT 1121C Rodriguez
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

Prerequisite: MCH 134.This course provides instruction in the setup and operation of CNC mills. Student projects include specialty tooling and multi-axis machining. Students will also gain experience in process control. Topics include specialty tooling, multi-axis machining, process control, and laboratory exercises in part production.


MCH_129_01Machine QC and Precision Msmnt
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW6:30PM-8:30PMOT 2064C Rodriguez
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

Students will develop the knowledge and skills to prepare them to analyze and evaluate the processes and methodology required in an industrial production environment to determine if quality control standards are being met. Topics include use of non-precision measuring tools, use of precision measuring tools, use of comparison gauges, and analysis of measurements in a CNC environment.


MCH_134_01Introduction to Mills
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW8:00AM-11:10AMOT 1175C O'Neill
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

The student will perform advanced hands-on machine shop operations: set up and operation of manual milling machines, drill presses, band saws, grinders, and other equipment commonly found in manufacturing facilities. The student will use precision measuring tools and methods, utilize blueprint, and perform project process planning. Various types of steel and aluminum are used.


MCH_134_02Introduction to Mills
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh2:00PM-5:10PMOT 1175C O'Neill
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

The student will perform advanced hands-on machine shop operations: set up and operation of manual milling machines, drill presses, band saws, grinders, and other equipment commonly found in manufacturing facilities. The student will use precision measuring tools and methods, utilize blueprint, and perform project process planning. Various types of steel and aluminum are used.


MCH_223_01Advanced Manual Lathe
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:00PM-2:15PMOT 1175C Rodriguez
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

Prerequisite: MCH 132.This course will cover carbide cutters and tool holders, spindle collets and drawbars, taper attachments, and digital readouts. Students will use advanced tooling attachments. There will be set up and cutting for simple cam, acme, and buttress threads. The course will emphasize that close tolerances are required.


MCH_224_01Adv. CNC Lathe Ops.
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh4:00PM-6:15PMOT 1285D Leatzow
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

Prerequisite: MCH 125.This course provides advanced instruction in the setup and operation of the HAAS TM1 lathe. Projects will include specialty tooling and automatic machining. Students will gain experience in process and quality control of part production. Other topics include specialty tooling, multi-axis machining, process control, and parts production.


MCH_227_01Swiss CNC and Mill-Turn Sys.
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh8:00AM-11:35AMOT 1285D Leatzow
Add'l Fee: $110.00
 

Prerequisite(s): MCH 125, MCH 127, MCH 226 or instructor's consent.This is a course for the study and hands-on operation of advanced machine tools, specifically Swiss CNC or Mill-Turn systems. Topics include setup, "at system" programming, tooling and operation of advanced Swiss or Mill-Turn systems. The course will also emphasize system maintenance and service for these advanced machine tool categories.


MCH_299_01Capstone II: Machinist
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh6:15PM-8:45PMOT 1287D Leatzow
Add'l Fee: $100.00
 

Prerequisite: MCH 199.This course provides opportunities for the student to arrange to complete special projects using knowledge gained in previous course work. All projects must be approved by the instructor.


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MUSI_100_01Concert Attendance
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
0crArrArrangedArranged41N Sanford
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Corequisite: MUSI 195 or MUSI 295.Required every semester for students studying music. Each student must attend eight concerts or recitals and sign in or submit proof of attendance. Concerts in which a student performs or stage-manages may count towards concert attendance. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory course. This course may be repeated a total of six times. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_102_01Performance Study
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged49- Staff

N Sanford

Add'l Fee: $360.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Title will vary. Private instruction for the non-music major or minor in voice, piano, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression and style at a beginner level. Note: fees for tuition and lessons are separate payments. Students may expect to pay an additional fee for lessons in addition to tuition.


MUSI_102_02Performance Study
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged50- Staff

N Sanford

Add'l Fee: $600.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Title will vary. Private instruction for the non-music major or minor in voice, piano, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression and style at a beginner level. Note: fees for tuition and lessons are separate payments. Students may expect to pay an additional fee for lessons in addition to tuition.


MUSI_102_42.4Performance Study
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Stillwater High School students only.
1crArrArrangedStillwater
Christian
School
1S Hunter
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Title will vary. Private instruction for the non-music major or minor in voice, piano, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression and style at a beginner level. Note: fees for tuition and lessons are separate payments. Students may expect to pay an additional fee for lessons in addition to tuition.


MUSI_104_80Music Fundamentals
Meets: 1/23/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
2crArrArrangedOnline14A Chisholm
 

This course provides an introduction to the music fundamentals including the grand staff, note reading in bass and treble clef, note values, time signatures, dynamics and tempo markings, articulations, accidentals, and major scales.


MUSI_106F_01Music Theory II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW5:00PM-6:15PMWCC 14212N Sanford
 

Prerequisite: MUSI 105F.Corequisite: MUSI 141.This course is a continuation of MUSI 105, which teaches the fundamentals of music theory (meter, note values, rests, intervals, major scales, circle of fifths, chord construction, minor scales, basic harmonic progression, whole-tone scales and modes).


MUSI_108u_01Orchestra: FVCC
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crT5:30PM-7:20PMWCC 13929K Nelsen
 

Prerequisite(s): audition. The FVCC Orchestra prepares and performs orchestral literature of the past and present and requires rehearsals and public performances. Students must supply their own musical instruments. A maximum of six credits in music ensemble may be applied towards graduation. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating the course. .


MUSI_112x_01Choir: Glacier Chorale
Meets: 1/26/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class meets at Northridge Lutheran Church. Students may receive college credit for participating in Glacier Chorale. To qualify students must audition. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813. This is a late starting course.
1crTh7:00PM-9:00PMArranged18N Sanford
 

Prerequisite(s): audition.An audition-only group, the chorale prepares and performs orchestral literature of the past and present and requires intensive rehearsals and public performances. A maximum of six credits in music ensemble may be applied towards graduation. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_112y_01Choir: FVCC Choral Ensemble
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crMWF11:00AM-11:50AMWCC 13922N Sanford
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Prerequisite: audition. This course will cover the classical choral ensemble literature and includes performing in small choral ensembles. This course may be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_114_01Band: Community Band
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
NOTE: MUSI 114 students may receive college credit for participating in a community band. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crW7:15PM-9:00PMArranged32N Sanford
 

This course introduces the inner workings of a band program with survey and basic training on a variety of instruments. A maximum of six credits in music ensemble may be applied towards graduation. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_136_01Keyboard Skills II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crMW2:00PM-2:50PMWCC 1446E Park
 

Prerequisite: MUSI 135.This course, a continuation of MUSI 135, focuses on functional keyboard skills such as scales, sight reading, harmonization, transposition, and literature. Intended to be taken concurrently with Music Theory and Aural Perception, but open to interested non-majors with a musical background.


MUSI_141_01Aural Perception II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crMW4:00PM-4:50PMWCC 14213N Sanford
 

Prerequisite: MUSI 140.Corequisite: MUSI 106.This course, a continuation of MUSI 140, builds aural skills through the use of singing and dictation to supplement MUSI 106.


MUSI_162_01Chamber Ens: FVCC
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crT12:30PM-2:00PMWCC 13914M Ramey
 

Prerequisites: instructor's consent.Title will vary. This course consists of string, woodwind, brass, percussion, and piano ensembles as appropriate to meet student needs. This course can be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_162p_01Chamber Ensembles: Percussion
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crTh4:00PM-5:45PMWCC 13910N Sanford

B Phillips

Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Title will vary. This course consists of percussion ensembles as appropriate to meet student needs. This course can be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_162y_01Chamber Ens: Vocal Ensemble
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crWF10:00AM-10:50AMWCC 13910N Sanford
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Prerequisite(s): audition.This course covers a variety of vocal ensemble literature and includes performing in small choral ensembles. This course can be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_162z_01Chamber Ens: Jazz Combos
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crArrArrangedArranged10N Sanford

A Gonsorchik

Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Prerequisite(s): instructor's consent.This course consists of string, woodwind, brass, percussion, and piano ensembles as appropriate to meet student needs. FVCC Combos are small jazz ensembles. This course can be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_194_01Seminar Wksp: Orchestra
Meets: 2/13/2023-4/29/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
2crM7:00PM-9:00PMWCC 13930N Sanford

S Hand
 

Prerequisite(s): audition.This audition-only pit orchestra presents training in accompanying performers in musicals, operas, and other theatrical shows involving music. Course may be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_194x_01Seminar Wksp: Vocal/ Chorus
Meets: 2/13/2023-4/29/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
2crArrArrangedArranged35A Chisholm
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Prerequisite(s): audition. This audition-only course presents vocal solo, small ensemble and chorus training for theatrical productions that include musicals, operas and other theatrical shows involving music. Course may be repeated for a total of six credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


MUSI_195_01Applied Music I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged28- Staff

N Sanford

Add'l Fee: $360.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Corequisite: MUSI 100.Title will vary. Private instruction in voice, piano, brass, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression, and style. A student may take a variety of music lessons, but a total of eight credits may be earned for this course. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating the course.


MUSI_195_02Applied Music I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged28- Staff

N Sanford

Add'l Fee: $600.00
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent.Corequisite: MUSI 100.Title will vary. Private instruction in voice, piano, brass, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression, and style. A student may take a variety of music lessons, but a total of eight credits may be earned for this course. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating the course.


MUSI_202H_80Intro to Music Literature
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline12K Nelsen
 

This course is a survey of representative examples of the standard music literature of the Western European tradition. Particular attention is paid to musical styles and forms and their relationship to musical understanding and effective listening. A basic knowledge of music fundamentals is expected.


MUSI_206_01Music Theory IV
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:30PM-1:45PMWCC 14216M Jones
 

Prerequisite: MUSI 205.Corequisite: MUSI 241.This course, a continuation of MUSI 205, teaches the fundamentals of music theory (meter, note values, rests, intervals, major scales, circle of fifths, chord construction, minor scales, basic harmonic progression, whole-tone scales, modes). This course focuses on the harmonic language of the Romantic era, including jazz and 18th century counterpoint, An introduction to music notation for computer is included.


MUSI_207FG_71World Music (=307)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMWCC 14223A Chisholm
 

This course surveys the diversity of music among the world's peoples. Music systems, instruments and artists representing various indigenous peoples over seven continents are examined through cultural, social, religious, ceremonial, and performance traditions. Students will be introduced to universal musical elements and techniques for active listening.


MUSI_207FG_71KWorld Music (=307)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMLINB 11728A Chisholm
 

This course surveys the diversity of music among the world's peoples. Music systems, instruments and artists representing various indigenous peoples over seven continents are examined through cultural, social, religious, ceremonial, and performance traditions. Students will be introduced to universal musical elements and techniques for active listening.


MUSI_236_01Keyboard Skills IV
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crMW1:00PM-1:50PMWCC 1445E Park
 

Prerequisite(s): MUSI 235 or equivalent. This course is a continuation of MUSI 235, further advancing functional piano skills. For students transferring to the University of Montana, this course must be taken with the piano assessment (MUSI 296y).


MUSI_295_01Applied Music II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged28- Staff

N Sanford

Add'l Fee: $360.00
 

Prerequisites: MUSI 195 and instructor's consent.Corequisite: MUSI 100.Title will vary. Continued private instruction in voice, piano, brass, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression and style at a more intermediate level. A student may take a variety of music lessons, but a total of eight credits may be earned for this course. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating the course.


MUSI_295_02Applied Music II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Please contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged28- Staff

N Sanford

Add'l Fee: $600.00
 

Prerequisites: MUSI 195 and instructor's consent.Corequisite: MUSI 100.Title will vary. Continued private instruction in voice, piano, brass, string, wind and/or percussion instruments. This course covers the study of performing techniques, music interpretation, expression and style at a more intermediate level. A student may take a variety of music lessons, but a total of eight credits may be earned for this course. Students receiving financial aid or veteran benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating the course.


 Native American StudiesCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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NASX_105G_80Intro Native Studies
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline1I Merriot
 

Prerequisite: ANTY 101 or ANTY 220 is recommended.The traditional cultures of North America: the origin and distribution of native populations, their life ways prior to European contact, and the consequences of contact between Indians and non-Indians in North America after 1492.


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Instructor
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NRSG_106_01Nursing Assistant Course
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Course prepares student as an entry level nursing assistant. Proof of completion of Required immunizations and successful completion of a background check from an approved vendor along with signature of nursing office staff are Required to register for this course. Informational packets are available in the nursing office. Learning Resource Center and registration office. Students should be prepared to pay 1/2 the tuition and fees at the time of registration.
5crW9:00AM-3:00PMBC 1045A Burns
Add'l Fee: $165.00
 

Prerequisites: successful completion of a background check from an approved vendor, completion of required immunizations, ability to lift 25 pounds, and nursing department consent.Concepts and practices in basic skills for CNA. Course includes basic medical terminology, basic human anatomy and physiology, and the aging process. Students will gain understanding and application of the skills required to address the needs of the chronically ill residents in long-term care facilities. State of Montana CNA testing administered at the end of course.


NRSG_230_01Nursing Pharmacology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW

T
11:00AM-11:50AM

11:00AM-11:50AM
BC 141

BC 105
2C Genovese
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 201, CHMY 121, M 140 or accepted substitution, WRIT 101, and acceptance into the Registered Nursing (ASN).Corequisites: NRSG 231This course provides the student with an overview of pharmacology with an emphasis of the study of effects, interactions, and nursing considerations of pharmacologic agents on the patient population across the lifespan. The course also explores the ethical, legal, cultural and age implications of pharmacologic therapy across diverse populations and the lifespan.


NRSG_231_01Nursing Pharmacology Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crT1:00PM-4:30PMBC 1042C Genovese
 

Prereequisite(s): BIOH 201, CHMY 121, M 140 or acceptable substitution, WRIT 101 and acceptance into the Registered Nursing (ASN) program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 230.This course is an integration of lab experiences focusing on the basic principles in providing safe medication administration, including intravenous therapy across diverse populations and the lifespan.


NRSG_232_01Foundations of Nursing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW

T
9:00AM-9:50AM

9:00AM-9:50AM
BC 118

BC 105
2L Lommatsch
Add'l Fee: $500.00
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 201, CHMY 121, M 140, WRIT 101 and acceptance into the Registered Nursing (ASN) program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 233.This course provides opportunities to develop competencies necessary to meet the needs of individuals throughout the lifespan in a safe, legal, and ethical manner using the nursing process. Students learn concepts and skills necessary for maintaining standard precautions, physical, psychological and nutritional safety, along with skills needed in therapeutic interventions. Students are introduced to the concepts of professional nursing, patient needs, safety, communication, teaching/learning, critical thinking, ethical-legal, rural nursing, cultural and ethnic diversity, and interdisciplinary patient-centered care.


NRSG_233_01Foundations of Nursing Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTh9:00AM-4:00PMBC 1042L Lommatsch
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 201, CHMY 121, M 140, WRIT 101 or accepted substitution and acceptance into the Registered Nursing (ASN) program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 232.An integration of lab experiences focusing on psychomotor nursing skills needed to assist individuals in meeting basic human needs. Application of the nursing process hands-on learning experiences for nursing skills, patient assessments, nutritional safety, and basic therapeutic skills are practiced and demonstrated.


NRSG_234_71Adult Nursing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-12:30PMBC 1051L Lommatsch
Add'l Fee: $500.00
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 201, CHMY 121, M 140, WRIT 101 or an acceptable substitution and acceptance into the Registered Nursing (ASN) program.Coreequisite(s): NRSG 235This course builds upon the knowledge and skills acquired in Foundations of Nursing, and places them in the context of patient-centered care. Social, cultural, ethical, rural and legal issues, end-of-life and palliative care across diverse adult populations are introduced. Health promotion and prevention throughout the adult lifespan, with specific focus on the geriatric patient, is emphasized. Normal aging, health alterations associated with aging, and their implications are addressed.


NRSG_234_71KAdult Nursing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crMW11:00AM-12:30PMLINB 2151L Lommatsch
Add'l Fee: $500.00
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 201, CHMY 121, M 140, WRIT 101 or an acceptable substitution and acceptance into the Registered Nursing (ASN) program.Coreequisite(s): NRSG 235This course builds upon the knowledge and skills acquired in Foundations of Nursing, and places them in the context of patient-centered care. Social, cultural, ethical, rural and legal issues, end-of-life and palliative care across diverse adult populations are introduced. Health promotion and prevention throughout the adult lifespan, with specific focus on the geriatric patient, is emphasized. Normal aging, health alterations associated with aging, and their implications are addressed.


NRSG_235_01Adult Nursing I Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crArrArrangedArranged1L Lommatsch
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 211, NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 233.Corequisite(s): NRSG 234.This clinical introduces the student to nursing practice in care of the stable adult patient. This includes care of the adult in a variety of health care settings. Students utilize the nursing process to develop individualized plans of care to prevent illness, promote wellness and maintain or restore health based on patient needs and evidence based practice.


NRSG_235_60Adult Nursing I Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
2crArrArrangedArranged1L Lommatsch
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 211, NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 233.Corequisite(s): NRSG 234.This clinical introduces the student to nursing practice in care of the stable adult patient. This includes care of the adult in a variety of health care settings. Students utilize the nursing process to develop individualized plans of care to prevent illness, promote wellness and maintain or restore health based on patient needs and evidence based practice.


NRSG_236_71Health/Ill Maternal Nsg
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crMW9:00AM-9:50AMBC 1050C Christiansen
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 211, NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 233.Corequisite(s): NRSG 237.In this course, the student applies holistic concepts to the professional nursing care of the childbearing family including conception, prenatal, intrapartum, postpartum and newborn care. Content addresses health and complex alterations, reproduction and menopause, nutrition, therapeutic communication, ethical, legal, cultural and evidenced-based practice.


NRSG_236_71KHealth/Ill Maternal Nsg
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
2crMW9:00AM-9:50AMLINB 2151C Christiansen
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 211, NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 233.Corequisite(s): NRSG 237.In this course, the student applies holistic concepts to the professional nursing care of the childbearing family including conception, prenatal, intrapartum, postpartum and newborn care. Content addresses health and complex alterations, reproduction and menopause, nutrition, therapeutic communication, ethical, legal, cultural and evidenced-based practice.


NRSG_237_01Health/Ill Maternal Nsg Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crArrArrangedArranged1C Christiansen
 

Prerequisites: BIOH 211, NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NSRG 233.Corequisites: NRSG 236.This clinical introduces the student to the role of the registered nurse in the care of the childbearing family. Students will utilize the nursing process to assess and develop individualized plans of care for mother and infant. Emphasis will be placed on patient education to promote healthy mother infant and childbearing family bonding.


NRSG_237_60Health/Ill Maternal Nsg Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
1crArrArrangedArranged1C Christiansen
 

Prerequisites: BIOH 211, NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NSRG 233.Corequisites: NRSG 236.This clinical introduces the student to the role of the registered nurse in the care of the childbearing family. Students will utilize the nursing process to assess and develop individualized plans of care for mother and infant. Emphasis will be placed on patient education to promote healthy mother infant and childbearing family bonding.


NRSG_244_01Adult Nursing II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW1:00PM-2:30PMBC 1412C Christiansen
Add'l Fee: $500.00
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 211, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 256.Corequisite(s): NRSG 245.This course builds upon previous knowledge of the nursing process and care of the patient experiencing acute and chronic disease alterations. Pathophysiologic processes are discussed as related to evidence-based nursing interventions. Students apply the nursing process, nutritional therapy, and pharmacological therapy utilizing interdisciplinary practice to promote, maintain, and restore health across the adult lifespan.


NRSG_245_01Adult Nursing II Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crArrArrangedArranged2C Christiansen
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 256.Corequisite(s): NRSG 244.In this clinical experience the student will provide care for individuals and families experiencing acute health alterations, and those associated with chronic disease processes. Students use the nursing process to systematically analyze information to plan and implement nursing interventions which are individualized and founded on evidence-based practice.


NRSG_246_75Health/Ill Child & Fam Nsg
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
2crMW10:00AM-10:50AMArranged2K Johnson
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 256.Corequisite(s): NRSG 247.In this course, the student applies holistic concepts to the professional nursing care of children and their families in health, illness, end-of-life and palliative care. Emphasis is placed on incorporating growth and developmental principles to facilitate positive health outcomes through health promotion, nutrition and disease prevention.


NRSG_247_01Health/Ill Child & Fam Nsg Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crArrArrangedArranged2K Johnson
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 256.Corequisite(s): NRSG 246.In this clinical, students will utilize the nursing process, to provide nursing care of healthy and high-risk pediatric populations and their families experiencing disruptions in bio/psycho/social/cultural and spiritual needs. Emphasis is also placed on health promotion, health maintenance, and therapeutic communication.


NRSG_254_01Mental Health Concepts
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-12:15PMBC 1422C Christiansen
 

Prerequisite: NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 256. Coorequisites: NRSG 255.In this course, the student focuses on the nursing concepts utilizing basic human needs, developmental theory, nursing process, therapeutic communication, and nursing interventions to promote and maintain health for clients and families experiencing mental-health issues. The student will examine client responses to stressors across the life span. Tasks of biological-behavioral concepts in psychosocial nursing care, rural and cultural impacts will be addressed.


NRSG_255_01Mental Health Concepts Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crArrArrangedArranged2C Christiansen
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 256.Corequisite(s): NRSG 254.This clinical applies the knowledge of psychiatric and mental health nursing. Students will have mental health focused clinical experiences in a variety of settings.


NRSG_256_71Nursing Pathophysiology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM1:00PM-4:00PMBC 1051S Antley

C Genovese
 

Prerequisites: BIOH 201 and BIOH 211, CHMY 121, or instructor's consent.This course introduces the student to the basic principles and processes of pathophysiology including cellular communication, genes, and genetic disease; forms of cellular injury, nutrition, fluid and electrolyte/acid base balance; immunity, stress coping and illness, and tumor biology. Pathophysiology of the most common alterations according to body systems will be discussed as well as the latest developments in research and patient-centered nursing interventions.


NRSG_256_71KNursing Pathophysiology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crM1:00PM-4:00PMLINB 2150S Antley

C Genovese
 

Prerequisites: BIOH 201 and BIOH 211, CHMY 121, or instructor's consent.This course introduces the student to the basic principles and processes of pathophysiology including cellular communication, genes, and genetic disease; forms of cellular injury, nutrition, fluid and electrolyte/acid base balance; immunity, stress coping and illness, and tumor biology. Pathophysiology of the most common alterations according to body systems will be discussed as well as the latest developments in research and patient-centered nursing interventions.


NRSG_259_71Adult Nursing III
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW9:00AM-10:30AMBC 1414A Siemens
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 333, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 260 and NRSG 261.This course expands on the nursing role in care of patients with complex health alterations. Students utilize evidence-based, interdisciplinary interventions to meet patient and family needs.


NRSG_259_71KAdult Nursing III
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
3crMW9:00AM-10:30AMLINB 2146A Siemens
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 333, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 260 and NRSG 261.This course expands on the nursing role in care of patients with complex health alterations. Students utilize evidence-based, interdisciplinary interventions to meet patient and family needs.


NRSG_260_01Adult Nursing III Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
1crT9:00AM-11:50AMBC 1040A Siemens
Add'l Fee: $500.00
 

Prerequisites; NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, NRSG 255.Corequisites: NRSG 259 and NRSG 261In this lab students are introduced to basic electrocardiogram interpretation, advanced concepts of perfusion, ventilation and complex pharmacologic regimens.


NRSG_261_01Adult Nursing III Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crArrArrangedArranged4A Siemens
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 259, NRSG 260.This clinical experience focuses on application of the nursing process and utilization of information to provide comprehensive nursing care to the acutely ill patient experiencing complex health alterations in a variety of settings. Emphasis is placed on prioritization of care and collaboration with other members of the interdisciplinary team to ensure optimal client care.


NRSG_261_60Adult Nursing III Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
2crArrArrangedArranged6A Siemens
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 259, NRSG 260.This clinical experience focuses on application of the nursing process and utilization of information to provide comprehensive nursing care to the acutely ill patient experiencing complex health alterations in a variety of settings. Emphasis is placed on prioritization of care and collaboration with other members of the interdisciplinary team to ensure optimal client care.


NRSG_266_71Managing Client Care RN
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crMW8:00AM-8:50AMBC 1414A Siemens
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG237, NRSG244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 267.In this course students examine concepts of leadership and management emphasizing prioritization, delegation, and supervision of nursing care for patients across the lifespan. Topics also include communication techniques, legal and ethical issues, care of the culturally diverse patient, and utilizing change theory. Healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environment issues are explored and applied to planning, collaborating and coordinating care across the continuum.Corequisites: NRSG 262, NRSG 265, SOCI 101.This course covers topics related to integrated nursing care of individual clients and groups of clients as well as basic principles related to supervision of nursing practice and management of resources. Topics include role differentiation among care providers, organization and prioritization, delegation, supervision and appropriate practice/practice setting; management of the needs of individual and groups of clients, management of health care resources. Additionally, the course helps the student integrate didactic content from all other nursing courses and will help the student in her or his transition from the student role to the role of the Registered Nurse. Students examine legal/ethical issues in nursing, values clarification, conflict resolution and consensus building and effective communication techniques in the employment setting. Licensure exam (NCLEX-RN) preparation and process are also included as a component of the course. The preceptor based clinical component allows the student to function in the role of a registered nurse while working one-to-one with a designated RN preceptor.


NRSG_266_71KManaging Client Care RN
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
2crMW8:00AM-8:50AMLINB 2146A Siemens
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRSG 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG237, NRSG244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG254, NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 267.In this course students examine concepts of leadership and management emphasizing prioritization, delegation, and supervision of nursing care for patients across the lifespan. Topics also include communication techniques, legal and ethical issues, care of the culturally diverse patient, and utilizing change theory. Healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environment issues are explored and applied to planning, collaborating and coordinating care across the continuum.Corequisites: NRSG 262, NRSG 265, SOCI 101.This course covers topics related to integrated nursing care of individual clients and groups of clients as well as basic principles related to supervision of nursing practice and management of resources. Topics include role differentiation among care providers, organization and prioritization, delegation, supervision and appropriate practice/practice setting; management of the needs of individual and groups of clients, management of health care resources. Additionally, the course helps the student integrate didactic content from all other nursing courses and will help the student in her or his transition from the student role to the role of the Registered Nurse. Students examine legal/ethical issues in nursing, values clarification, conflict resolution and consensus building and effective communication techniques in the employment setting. Licensure exam (NCLEX-RN) preparation and process are also included as a component of the course. The preceptor based clinical component allows the student to function in the role of a registered nurse while working one-to-one with a designated RN preceptor.


NRSG_267_01Managing Client Care RN Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crArrArrangedArranged4L Lommatsch
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRGS 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, and NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 266.This precepted clinical experience focuses on principles of nursing leadership and management in a variety of settings. Students apply knowledge to provide culturally competent, holistic interventions within the professional nursing role for individuals, communities, and families across the lifespan.


NRSG_267_60Managing Client Care RN Cl
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
2crArrArrangedArranged6K Johnson
 

Prerequisite(s): NRSG 230, NRSG 231, NRSG 232, NRGS 233, NRSG 234, NRSG 235, NRSG 236, NRSG 237, NRSG 244, NRSG 245, NRSG 246, NRSG 247, NRSG 254, and NRSG 255.Corequisite(s): NRSG 266.This precepted clinical experience focuses on principles of nursing leadership and management in a variety of settings. Students apply knowledge to provide culturally competent, holistic interventions within the professional nursing role for individuals, communities, and families across the lifespan.


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NRSM_271GN_01Conservation Ecology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF9:00AM-9:50AMAT 2085C Relyea
 

A holistic study of natural resource issues with emphasis on global forested ecosystems and human impacts. Topics include global climate change, deforestation, indigenous cultures, soil erosion, water quality, urban interface, grazing, noxious weeds, wildfire management, game management, threatened and endangered species; including grizzly bears, lynx, wolves, bird and fish species. Non-natural resource majors are encouraged to take this course.


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NUTR_122_01Whole Foods Cooking
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
1crM4:00PM-5:45PMRH 1693M Katz
Add'l Fee: $75.00
 

Students learn how to prepare meals that are nutrient dense and easy to prepare. Topics include principles of nutritional meal planning, digestion, colon health, food allergies, seasonal eating, fermentation of food, eating to maintain energy, therapeutic properties of foods, and healthy holiday foods.


NUTR_221N_01Basic Human Nutrition
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMBC 14215M Katz
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

This course relates nutritional needs during different stages of the life cycle. Basic concepts of human nutrition including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, absorption, digestions, metabolism, and energy utilization and how they relate to health and food consumption are covered.


NUTR_221N_80Basic Human Nutrition
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline3K Ryan
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

This course relates nutritional needs during different stages of the life cycle. Basic concepts of human nutrition including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, absorption, digestions, metabolism, and energy utilization and how they relate to health and food consumption are covered.


 Photography
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Photography         Art History         Visual Arts         Jewelry         Film         Graphic Design
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PHOT_154F_02Exploring Digital Photography
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-12:50PMAT 1220M Combs
Add'l Fee: $60.00
 

This is a beginning course about digital photography and the digital darkroom. Students learn about capturing technology of digital cameras and scanners, digital shooting techniques and computer transfer technology of monitors, printers and graphic programs.


PHOT_154F_80Exploring Digital Photography
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0W Fitch
 

This is a beginning course about digital photography and the digital darkroom. Students learn about capturing technology of digital cameras and scanners, digital shooting techniques and computer transfer technology of monitors, printers and graphic programs.


PHOT_154F_81Exploring Digital Photography
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0W Fitch
 

This is a beginning course about digital photography and the digital darkroom. Students learn about capturing technology of digital cameras and scanners, digital shooting techniques and computer transfer technology of monitors, printers and graphic programs.


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PHSX_110N_01Conceptual Physics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMRH 1516J Boger
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: M 90, M 94, or other algebra equivalent course.This course covers the basic topics in physics at a conceptual level with limited mathematics. It is an activities base course augmented with limited exercises using algebra and some trigonometry. Topics include motion and the source of motion, rotations, satellites, electricity and magnetism, optics, and an introduction to modern physics. Material is presented in the context of observable, everyday phenomena emphasizing concepts.


PHSX_126NL_01Gen Sci: Physical Science
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crMW

TTh
2:00PM-3:15PM

9:00AM-10:50AM
RH 169

RH 169
8D Willey
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: M 090.This course explores the basic principles of physics, chemistry, and the properties of matter. Material is presented in the context of observable, everyday phenomena emphasizing concepts rather than theory.


PHSX_207NL_01College Physics II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crMTWTh

Th
10:00AM-10:50AM

1:00PM-2:50PM
RH 151

RH 151
8J Boger
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: PHSX 205.This is the second semester of a two-semester sequence for students who need physics to support work in other fields. It may not be used as a prerequisite for advanced work in physics. The mathematical study, using algebraic, trigonometric, and vector methods, of electricity and magnetism including forces, fields, and energy; induction; and AC and DC circuits; light, geometric and wave optics and optical devices; and selected topics from modern physics including special relativity, atomic physics, and nuclear and quantum physics applications. Laboratory work is included.


PHSX_220NL_02Physics I (w/ calculus)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
5crMTWTh

T
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1:00PM-2:50PM
RH 151

RH 151
4J Boger
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisites: M 171Corequisite: M 172.This is the first course in a 3-semester sequence in general physics. Topics in mechanics (linear and rotational motion, energy and momentum, conservation principles), waves (simple harmonic motion, mechanical waves, superposition, sound), and heat (the laws of thermodynamics and the kinetic theory of gas). Laboratory work is included.


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PSCI_210B_01Intro to American Government
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW9:30AM-10:45AMLRC 123C10D Marconi
 

Students will explore the nature, purpose, and forms of the American government; relationship between function and structure; dynamics of political change; governmental problems of modern society; emphasis upon constitutional principles, political processes, public opinion, interest groups, political parties, elections, congress, the Presidency and the Courts.


PSCI_250B_01Intro to Political Theory
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-12:15PMLRC 123C24D Marconi
 

This course analyzes the various attempts (from Plato to Marx) to explain, instruct and justify the distribution of political power in society. Emphasis is placed upon those theories whose primary concern is to define the nature of the ethical "good" society.


 Psychology
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PSYX_100A_01Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
4crTWThF8:00AM-9:50AMAT 20625M Preston
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_100A_03Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh10:00AM-11:50AMLRC 123D1
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L Norwood
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_100A_05Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh6:00PM-7:50PMAT 20515T Eads
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_100A_42.1Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
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11A Connolly
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_100A_42Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
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6A Connolly
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_100A_80Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline3L Norwood
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_100A_81Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline2L Norwood
 

This course is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. Topics include (but are not limited to) the history and disciplines of psychology, research methods, the biological bases of behavior, human development, sensation and perception, consciousness, cognition, intelligence, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, personality, stress and coping, disorders and their treatments, and social psychology.


PSYX_150_01Drugs and Society
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMAT 20717C Hale
 

This course is a study of substance use and abuse in society, relative to controlled substances in general, and to specific classes of drugs as well. Personal and societal attitudes and responses toward the drug phenomenon are explored.


PSYX_230A_01Developmental Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh12:00PM-1:15PMLRC 123D11L Norwood
 

Prerequisite: PSYX 100.This course is an examination of the stages of normal development with the intent to provide a broad, comprehensive background in the study of human development from conception through the end of life. The basic theme will focus on what can be done to facilitate the development of more fully functioning individuals at each particular stage of life and how culture and ethnicity influence development over the life span.


PSYX_240A_90Fund of Abnormal Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crTh8:00AM-9:15AMAT 20517L Norwood
 

Prerequisite: PSYX 100. This course is an introduction to the scientific study of abnormal behavior to try to describe, predict and explain psychopathology. Topics will include classification schemes, the major disorders, and appropriate therapies.


PSYX_250NA_01Fund of Biological Psychology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW2:00PM-3:15PMBC 14222H Chapnick
 

Prerequisite: PSYX 100. This course is an exploration of the basic neural mechanisms underlying behavior, including topics such as the neuron, the impulse, the synapse, the central and peripheral nervous systems, psychoactive drugs, reproduction, emotion, learning and memory, communication, and neurological and psychiatric disorders.


PSYX_260A_90Fund of Social Psychology
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course. This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMAT 20624M Preston
 

Prerequisite: PSYX 100.The study of human behaviors as social beings, and how social situations affect individual behavior is the basis of this course. Topics include aggression, prejudice, conformity, communications, and a variety of social experiences.


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RLST_100G_01Intro to the Study of Religion
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW3:30PM-4:45PMLRC 123C19R Stephens
 

This course examines religion as a universal aspect of human culture. Through this academic approach to the subject, numerous religious traditions will be studied. Common elements such as symbols, rites, scriptures, language, and mythologies will be examined.


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SIGN_201G_01Intermediate Am Sign Lang
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crWF2:00PM-3:15PMBSS 10914S Sallee
 

Prerequisite: SIGN 101 or knowledge of some sign language.Learn to communicate with the deaf, using American Sign Language. Includes finger spelling and conceptual signing, facial expression and body language, and deaf culture.


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SOCI_101A_80Introduction to Sociology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0A Mezahav
 

A course designed to introduce the student to the concepts and terms used in the study of man as a social being, it addresses group life of humans: culture, society, association, institutions, collective behavior, and social interaction.


SOCI_101A_81Introduction to Sociology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2A Mezahav
 

A course designed to introduce the student to the concepts and terms used in the study of man as a social being, it addresses group life of humans: culture, society, association, institutions, collective behavior, and social interaction.


SOCI_101A_82Introduction to Sociology
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0A Mezahav
 

A course designed to introduce the student to the concepts and terms used in the study of man as a social being, it addresses group life of humans: culture, society, association, institutions, collective behavior, and social interaction.


SOCI_142_8021st Century Popular Culture
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline13A Mezahav
 

This course investigates popular culture, its nature, its role in our lives and its broad effects on society and democratic ideals.


SOCI_220GA_80Race, Gender, Class
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2A Mezahav
 

Using a variety of sociological perspectives, this course looks at the relationship between race, gender, and class in the United States and around the world. Emphasis on historical and comparative analysis, distribution of power, conflict and reconciliation, and social change.


SOCI_260_01Intro to Juvenile Delinquency
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crM6:00PM-8:30PMAT 20720T Dunnehoff
 

This course explores theories of causation, social function and treatment of juvenile delinquency; specific attention to juvenile court systems and correctional/treatment methods as they relate to deviance prior to adulthood.


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Avail
Instructor
(Fees)
SPNS_101GH_01Elementary Spanish I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crMW11:00AM-12:50PMAT 20211S Braverman
 

This course is an introduction to reading, writing, and speaking Spanish.


SPNS_101GH_60Elementary Spanish I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
4crMTWTh1:00PM-1:50PMLINB 11315E Carney
 

This course is an introduction to reading, writing, and speaking Spanish.


SPNS_102GH_42.1Elementary Spanish II
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
10A Denney
 

Prerequisite: SPNS 101.This course continues introducing students to reading, writing, and speaking Spanish.


SPNS_102GH_42Elementary Spanish II
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
5A Denney
 

Prerequisite: SPNS 101.This course continues introducing students to reading, writing, and speaking Spanish.


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(Fees)
SR_80.4_02Sectionalism/Civil War/Lincoln
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 20512B Guthrie
Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

This course examines how Abraham Lincolon navigated the political realities and national ideologies that created irreconcilable differences between the regions of the country during his political career. In addition, the thought and political methods of Abraham Lincoln will be assessed to understand to what extent he affected the outcomes of this conflict between states.


SR_80.6_01History & Culture of Ireland
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 2040J Hatch
Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

Combining stories, poetry, music, Irish language, literature and film, this course delves into Ireland's rich history and culture to show why this small nation is so special.


SR_80.7_60History of Libby for Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/17/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 17, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
0.5crF1:00PM-2:30PMLINB 11539J Gruber
Add'l Fee: $4.87
 

Examine Libby's development and the forces that shaped the community. Cultural factors to be examined include Libby's schools, churches, businesses, and social groups.


SR_81_01Geology of Flathead/Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMRH 1301A Ho
Add'l Fee: $63.75
 

Special Topics are courses that can appear in any curriculum and are taught on a one-time or trial basis.


SR_82.1_01Birds of NW MT/Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 2032D Olson
Add'l Fee: $63.75
 

Learn about Northwest Montana's beautiful birds. Gain insight into bird biology, behavior, song and identification. A range of area birds will be covered, with a look at several of our nesting neighbors in depth.


SR_83.1_01Watercolors for Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 1115K Leigh
Add'l Fee: $63.75
 

Bring your creativity and learn about the process of working with oil paints. This course will guide you step by step through the process of making beautiful still life paintings. While developing your artistic skills, you will learn about the materials, techniques, and steps needed to produce an oil painting in the traditional manner.


SR_83.2_01Art Sampler for Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 1084J Kanewischer
Add'l Fee: $63.75
 

This class provides a chance to explore drawing, water media, acrylic painting, collage, and bookmaking. Learn basic terminology, skills and techniques to get you started in each of these areas.


SR_83_01Oil Painting for Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 1078J Li
Add'l Fee: $63.75
 

A study of the materials and techniques of transparent watercolor with a variety of subject matter considered. No previous experience needed.


SR_84.5_60Treating Ailments w/ Nutrition
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/17/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 17, 1:00-2:30 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
0.5crF1:00PM-2:30PMLINB 11340G Rice
Add'l Fee: $4.87
 

By the end of this term, you will have a better understanding of your digestive system and how to prevent or treat heart burn, colon cancer, diabetes, and more. We will be exploring solutions to some common health problems that are not often seen in advertising because the solutions do not involve medications, surgery, or a lot of testing.


SR_86.5_01Tech Savvy Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 1224A Ward
Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

As more and more everyday processes are moved to online, this course will help seniors improve their ability to navigate and efficiently use technology. Students will learn how to effectively use smart phones, tablets, and/or personal computers for a variety of daily activities such as scheduling appointments, participating in virtual medical visits, engaging in online classes, shopping, and connecting with family and friends, all while keeping safeonline. Technology is a useful tool for seniors in their daily lives and in achieving a vibrant and healthy lifestyle. Students may bring their own phones, tablets, or computers, or they may use the FVCC computers.


SR_87_01Creative Writing for Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 20216K Dunnehoff
Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

Learn how to write and edit a variety of poems and short fiction through guided exercises and examples in a workshop setting.


SR_89.10_01How to Listen to Great Music
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 20624M Ramey
Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

Presented by a team of natural resource faculty, this course will survey current and historical topics in natural resource management. The survey will include discussions of invasive species both terrestrial and aquatic, common diseases and pests of trees, historical and future fire in NW Montana, wildlife species and a history of wildlife conservation, and an investigation of our natural world through the lens of technology including Earth observation satellites and drone technology.


SR_89.11_01Topics in Natural Resources
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMRH 15818J Fraley

C Relyea

R Trembath

T Eichner

Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

Presented by a team of natural resource faculty, this course will survey current and historical topics in natural resource management. The survey will include discussions of invasive species both terrestrial and aquatic, common diseases and pests of trees, historical and future fire in NW Montana, wildlife species and a history of wildlife conservation, and an investigation of our natural world through the lens of technology including Earth observation satellites and drone technology.


SR_89.3_01Early Trvlers to Yellowstone
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 20724S Randolph
Add'l Fee: $48.75
 

This course is a journey into the past following the early footprints of travelers on the landscape along routes altered little through time. Their traces are seen in old camps, deep-rutted trails, train tracks, communities, and more. These regions are united in their connections and similarities while maintaining their own identity.


SR_89.5_01Ceramics for Seniors
Meets: 2/17/2023-3/24/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Note: Credit classes offered to senior citizens, age 65 and up Fridays, February 17 - March 24, 12:55 - 3:00 p.m. Senior Institute registration starts at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, February 01, 2023. This course NOT eligible for Financial Aid.
1crF12:55PM-3:00PMAT 1197L Phan
Add'l Fee: $63.75
 

This course is an introduction to ceramics. Learn fundamentals of wheel-throwing and hand-building with clay. Learn about clay terms, tools, firing, glazing, and the process necessary to create a beautiful piece of pottery. Gain knowledge of the ceramic process.


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(Fees)
SRVY_120_01Srvy Natural Resources
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
2crT

TTh
1:00PM-4:50PM

12:00PM-12:50PM
RH 119

RH 119
8T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

An introduction to basic land measurements and forest surveying techniques. Exercises include measuring horizontal, vertical, and slope distances; measuring angles and direction, conducting closed traverses, identifying property boundary location and computation and drafting of field data.


SRVY_245_01GPS Mapping
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Natural Resources students only. This is an eight week course.
2crT

TTh
1:00PM-4:50PM

12:00PM-12:50PM
RH 119

RH 119
11T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite(s): GPHY 284 or SRVY 283.An introductory course on the fundamentals of the Global Positioning System as it applies to digital mapping and navigation. Instruction and practice in the use of mapping- grade GPS receivers. Analysis of positional accuracy and precision. Course concludes with students selecting and implementing an individual mapping project with final report and class presentation.


SRVY_246_01Intro to GPS for Surveyors
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Surveying students only. This is an eight week course.
2crT

TTh
1:00PM-4:50PM

12:00PM-12:50PM
RH 119

RH 119
12T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: GPHY 284 or SRVY 283. An introductory course on the fundamentals of the Global Positioning System as it applies to digital mapping and navigation. Instruction and practice in the use of mapping- grade GPS receivers. Analysis of positional accuracy and precision. Course concludes with students selecting and implementing an individual mapping project with final report and class presentation.


SRVY_275_01Analyt Phot/ Rem Sens (= 375)
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Surveying students only.
3crTh

TTh
1:00PM-2:50PM

11:00AM-11:50AM
RH 158

RH 119
12T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $15.00
 

Prerequisite: GPHY 284 or SRVY 283. The theory and application of photo and electro-optical remote sensing for mapping resources and developing information systems.


SRVY_280_01Land Surveying Computers
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crTh

T
9:00AM-10:50AM

10:00AM-10:50AM
RH 119

RH 119
12T Eichner
Add'l Fee: $10.00
 

Prerequisite: SRVY 246. Computer maintenance procedures typically encountered in a surveying office environment including installation and upgrading of hardware and software. Installation and configuration of plotters, digitizer boards and GPS stations is also covered.


SRVY_290_40.4Undergrad Rsrch: Proj in GIS
Meets: 1/30/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: For Bigfork High School students only.
2crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
10H Bodenhamer
 

Student designed project with staff supervision to extend GIS and remote sensing knowledge and experience. Students will select a project within their field of interest and design/implement a GIS for the project. Some opportunities exist for internships with local agencies.This course may be repeated for a total of four credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


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STAT_216M_01Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet access is required for the class.
4crMWThF10:00AM-10:50AMAT 20512C Katerba
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_40.4Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/9/2023-6/2/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Bigfork High School students only.
4crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
5J Feller
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_41.2Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
4crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
15D Roe
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_41Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
4crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
-3D Roe
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_42.1Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/3/2023-5/26/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
0C Hill
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_42Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/3/2023-5/26/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Glacier High School students only.
4crArrArrangedGlacier
High
School
10C Hill
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_43Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/24/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Polson High School students only.
4crArrArrangedPolson
High
School
6R McKee
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_44Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/16/2023-5/25/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Plains High School students only.
4crArrArrangedPlains
High
School
14L Brown
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


STAT_216M_80Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Internet access is required for the class.
4crArrArrangedOnline8C Katerba
 

Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in M115M, M121M, or M140M, appropriate placement test score, or Math Department consent.Graphical methods, measures of location and dispersion, probability, commonly used distributions, estimation, and tests of hypotheses through analysis of variance are introduced. Five major probability distributions are discussed: the binomial, normal, student's t, chi-square, and the F distribution.


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SW_100A_01Intro Soc Welfare
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMBSS 11020M Pancheri Johnson
 

Prerequisite(s): WRIT 101 or satisfactory reading and writing placement scores. This course presents an introductory overview of human services, educating students about programs and problems in meeting social welfare needs. Emphasis is on the complexity of social services along with their historical development. The course analyzes the values, attitudes, economic, and political factors that affect the provision of social services. Potential solutions to social problems and basic clinical skills are also examined.


SW_200_01Intro Soc Wrk Pract
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-12:15PMAT 20717C Hale
 

Prerequisite(s): SW 100.This course is designed to prepare students for direct social work practice by introducing social work as a profession. Content includes an examination of goals, guiding philosophies, and basic assumptions of social work practice. Emphasis is on the generalist framework of social work practice. In addition, students will develop the analytical and practical skills of listening, relationship building, assessment, intervention, documentation, and evaluation.


 Theatre
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THTR_101FH_01Introduction to Theatre
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF10:00AM-10:50AMAT 2069R Spear
 

The background and theories of theatre arts, appreciation of the theatre and dramatic literature, and the practical aspects of producing a play are explored.


THTR_103_01Introd to House Management
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
1crArrArrangedArranged19R Spear
 

Students will learn the procedures and responsibilities of house management and of being front-of-house staff through participation in several class/workshops and then putting those skills into practice by working FVCC Theatre Arts productions. This course may be repeated for a total of four credits. Students receiving financial aid or veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


THTR_106_01Theatre Prod I:
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
1crArrArrangedArranged19R Haptonstall
 

Students function as a member of the production team in a role of responsibility (i.e. scenic designer, lighting designer, artistic director, technical director...). Course may be repeated for a total of four credits. Students receiving financial aid or Veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


THTR_121F_01Introduction to Acting II
Meets: 1/17/2023-3/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is an eight week course.
3crMW12:00PM-2:45PMAT 24915R Haptonstall
 

Prerequisite: instructor's consent. A continuation of THTR 120, students further explore improvisation, textual links and development of performance project.


THTR_191_01Musical Theatre Workshop
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
1crArrArrangedAT 2497R Spear
Add'l Fee: $50.00
 

Special Topics are courses that can appear in any curriculum and are taught on a one-time or trial basis.


THTR_203_01Stagecraft II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMAT 24916R Haptonstall
 

This course is a continuation of the fundamental theories and application in the areas of scenery, lighting, sound and stage properties and painting.


THTR_205_01Theatre Workshop II
Meets: 3/9/2023-5/5/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting eight week course.
2crArrArrangedArranged17R Haptonstall
 

This course is designed to give the student the theory, practice, and application of the artistic and technical production in a performance situation. Course may be repeated for a total of eight credits. Students receiving financial aid or Veterans' benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this course.


THTR_239CF_01Creative Drama/Dance: K-8
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF11:00AM-11:50AMAT 24912R Spear
 

Focus on the use of creative drama and dance as types of educational tools. Students will explore, experience, and implement creative teaching methods in order to promote scholarship through kinesthetic teaching in elementary education.


 Fish and Wildlife Science and ManagementCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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(Fees)
WILD_270N_01Wildlife Habitat & Conserv
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMWF12:00PM-12:50PMRH 15815J Fraley
 

Principles of wildlife ecology and wildlife administration as a basis for the conservation of species with their habitat. Non-natural resource majors are encouraged to take this course.


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WLDG_110_46.8Welding Theory I
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Powell County High School students only.
2crArrArrangedPowell
County
High
School
20W Lombardi
 

Students will be introduced to the various types of welding processes and equipment used in the industry. Students will learn about personal protection and safety while operating equipment. The course covers the theory of oxy-fuel cutting, welding and brazing, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding and gas tungsten arc welding. Weld joint geometry, welding symbols and filler metals will also be covered.


WLDG_111_01Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW6:30PM-9:00PMOT 1144J Arnold
Add'l Fee: $200.00
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_40.4Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/30/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: For Bigfork High School students only.
3crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
8J Meyer
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_40Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Whitefish High School students only.
3crArrArrangedWhitefish
High
School
15R Boyle
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_41.2Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
11B Schaeffer
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_41Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
11B Schaeffer
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_42.8Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Vo-Ag students only.
3crArrArrangedVo-Ag
Building
15K Trutzel
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_42.9Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Vo-Ag students only.
3crArrArrangedVo-Ag
Building
19A Heupel
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_44.5Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Thompson Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedThompson
Falls
High
School
24W McGuire
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_44Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/16/2023-5/25/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Plains High School students only.
3crArrArrangedPlains
High
School
18K Mitchell
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_45Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Superior High School students only.
3crArrArrangedSuperior
High
School
25J Schultz
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_111_46.8Welding Theory I Practical
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Powell County High School students only.
3crArrArrangedPowell
County
High
School
9W Lombardi
 

This is an introductory course presenting the safety related to welder PPE (personal protective equipment), weld shop machinery, tool safety, and safe work practices for the welder. Topics include oxy-acetylene safety, equipment set up, operation, practice cutting jobs and brazing; shielded metal arc welding including basic electricity for welders, proper electrode identification and use, types of welds and joint configurations, weld measurement, inspection, practice jobs, destructive tests, and written exams.


WLDG_117_01Blueprint Rdng - Weldng Symbls
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW7:00PM-9:00PMOT 11210C Sherman
 

Prerequisites: M 114 and DDSN 113 or instructor consent.This course presents an introduction to industrial blueprints used in the welding industry. Emphasis will be placed on terminology, weld symbols, weld specifications, dimensions, industry and AWS standards. The course also includes interpretation of plans and drawings used by industry in field applications.


WLDG_117_02Blueprint Rdng - Weldng Symbls
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh2:00PM-4:00PMBSS 1354C Sherman
 

Prerequisites: M 114 and DDSN 113 or instructor consent.This course presents an introduction to industrial blueprints used in the welding industry. Emphasis will be placed on terminology, weld symbols, weld specifications, dimensions, industry and AWS standards. The course also includes interpretation of plans and drawings used by industry in field applications.


WLDG_117_41Blueprint Rdng - Weldng Symbls
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
4D Leatzow
 

Prerequisites: M 114 and DDSN 113 or instructor consent.This course presents an introduction to industrial blueprints used in the welding industry. Emphasis will be placed on terminology, weld symbols, weld specifications, dimensions, industry and AWS standards. The course also includes interpretation of plans and drawings used by industry in field applications.


WLDG_122_01Welding Theory III Practical
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW8:00AM-10:15AMOT 1142J Arnold
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisites: WLDG 100, WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This is an introductory course that presents the care and use related to gas metal arc welding. The course will present various techniques of welding mild and medium in flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions. The mechanical properties of metals and types of joints are discussed in relation to GMAW techniques.


WLDG_122_02Welding Theory III Practical
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh11:00AM-1:15PMOT 1144J Arnold
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisites: WLDG 100, WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This is an introductory course that presents the care and use related to gas metal arc welding. The course will present various techniques of welding mild and medium in flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions. The mechanical properties of metals and types of joints are discussed in relation to GMAW techniques.


WLDG_136_01GMAW/GTAW Welding and Cert
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh4:00PM-7:10PMOT 1146L Seals
Add'l Fee: $200.00
 

Prerequisite(s): WLDG 111.This course is a study of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. Students will use various materials in various positions to weld both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. This course may be repeated for a total of 16 credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_140_01Intro GTAW - Integrated Lab
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
2crF8:00AM-11:20AMOT 1141L Seals
Add'l Fee: $150.00
 

The Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) class is an introductory course designed to teach students about arc welding safety, welding rod functions, and proper welding techniques. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) is a specialized sector of welding used in automotive and alloy fabrication. Students will be instructed in a variety of ferrous and nonferrous metal welding using the GTAW process.


WLDG_145_41Fabrication Basics
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Columbia Falls High School students only.
2crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
11B Schaeffer
 

Corequisite(s): WLDG 111 and M 114 or instructor's consent.This course covers basic fabrication techniques as they relate to product manufacturing, maintenance and repair. Topics presented include bending, forming, shearing, punching operations. Emphasis is placed on welding with the FCAW (Dual Shield) method. This course also covers thermal torch cutting (i.e. hand held plasma and oxy-fuel). Students will be able to perform proficiency within these cutting methods and describe the pros and cons of each method.


WLDG_146_01Fabrication Basics II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-12:50PMOT 1153L Seals
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisite(s): WLDG 111 and WLDG 145.Corequisite: WLDG 117.This course builds on the previous fabrication course by reinforcing equipment use and welding capabilities. Assigned welding projects are incorporated into the class. This course requires students to create complete blueprints of the project chosen. Equipment use and welding skills learned from pre-requisite courses will be utilized for this course.


WLDG_146_02Fabrication Basics II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW2:00PM-3:50PMOT 1155L Seals
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisite(s): WLDG 111 and WLDG 145.Corequisite: WLDG 117.This course builds on the previous fabrication course by reinforcing equipment use and welding capabilities. Assigned welding projects are incorporated into the class. This course requires students to create complete blueprints of the project chosen. Equipment use and welding skills learned from pre-requisite courses will be utilized for this course.


WLDG_146_41Fabrication Basics II
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
-3B Schaeffer
 

Prerequisite(s): WLDG 111 and WLDG 145.Corequisite: WLDG 117.This course builds on the previous fabrication course by reinforcing equipment use and welding capabilities. Assigned welding projects are incorporated into the class. This course requires students to create complete blueprints of the project chosen. Equipment use and welding skills learned from pre-requisite courses will be utilized for this course.


WLDG_185_01Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW4:00PM-6:15PMOT 1142C Sherman
Add'l Fee: $200.00
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_02Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW11:00AM-1:15PMOT 1145C Sherman
Add'l Fee: $200.00
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_40.4Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/30/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: For Bigfork High School students only.
3crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
6J Meyer
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_40Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Whitefish High School students only.
3crArrArrangedWhitefish
High
School
5R Boyle
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_41Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/7/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Columbia Falls High School students only.
3crArrArrangedColumbia
Falls
High
School
0B Schaeffer
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_42.8Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/23/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Vo-Ag students only.
3crArrArrangedVo-Ag
Building
11R Darrach
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_43.4Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/16/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Hot Springs High School students only.
3crArrArrangedHot
Springs
High
School
20J Wright
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_45.7Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/26/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Shelby High School students only.
3crArrArrangedShelby
High
School
15T White
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_45Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Superior High School students only.
3crArrArrangedSuperior
High
School
20J Schultz
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_46.5Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/19/2023-5/25/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Fort Benton High School students only.
3crArrArrangedFort
Benton
High
School
20C Guinnane
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_46.8Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/1/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Powell County High School students only.
3crArrArrangedPowell
County
High
School
9W Lombardi
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_46Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/16/2023-5/26/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Custer County High School students only.
3crArrArrangedCuster
County
High
School
13M Morgan
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_47.5Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/24/2023-6/7/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: For Lincoln County High School students only.
3crArrArrangedLincoln
County
High
School
15L Benson
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_47Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/19/2023-6/8/2023
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Note: For Libby High School students only.
3crArrArrangedLibby
High
School
13J Love
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_185_48Welding Qualification Tst Prep
Meets: 1/17/2023-6/8/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: For Troy High School students only.
3crArrArrangedTroy
High
School
10J Thill
 

Prerequisite: WLDG 111 or instructor's consent.This course provides welders the opportunity to prepare for, practice, and complete the AWS National Welding Certificate exam to AWS D1.1 code. The training will include flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions of carbon steel. Emphasis is placed on rod selection for various metals, techniques, and exam requirements. Welder testing protocol, WPS review, test material preparation, weld inspection, and destructive testing will be covered. This course may be repeated for a total of nine credits. Students receiving financial aid or veteran's benefits should check with the Financial Aid Office before repeating this class.


WLDG_222_01Welding Fabrication II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh1:00PM-3:40PMOT 1151L Seals
Add'l Fee: $175.00
 

Prerequisites: EWLD 110, WLDG 111, WLDG 117,and WLDG 220.This course offers advanced welding techniques that include beam coping and splicing. Welding procedure specifications (WPS's) and how they are created will be covered. Projects from WLDG 220 will be utilized for this course. Welder qualification tests will be given using the flux core arc (FCAW Dual Shield) method in both horizontal and vertical upward positions (2G and 3G unlimited thickness).


WLDG_280_01Weld Testing Certification:
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
4crTTh8:00AM-10:40AMOT 1142J Arnold
Add'l Fee: $225.00
 

Prerequisites: WLDG 122, WLDG 210.This course is an advanced study of SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, and GTAW including electrode selection, equipment setup, and shop safety. This course will build upon the foundations established in previous courses. Students will build skills in order to complete a qualification test.


 WritingCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
Avail
Instructor
(Fees)
WRIT_095_Z1Developmental Writing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in BMGT 205C-Z1.
3crTTh12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2086H Bissell Kauffman
 

Prerequisite: a score of 6-10 on the FVCC Writing Placement assessment or COMPASS score of 38 or better or instructor's consent.This is a developmental writing course focused on building skills necessary for expository writing. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction emphasizes paragraph development resulting in unity, coherence, and organization. Students will begin with the well developed paragraph and extend to the essay. Instruction in grammar, mechanic and usage is also included.


WRIT_095_Z2Developmental Writing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person, and must also enroll in WRIT 101-Z2.
3crMW2:00PM-3:15PMAT 209-1H Bissell Kauffman
 

Prerequisite: a score of 6-10 on the FVCC Writing Placement assessment or COMPASS score of 38 or better or instructor's consent.This is a developmental writing course focused on building skills necessary for expository writing. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction emphasizes paragraph development resulting in unity, coherence, and organization. Students will begin with the well developed paragraph and extend to the essay. Instruction in grammar, mechanic and usage is also included.


WRIT_095_Z80Developmental Writing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in WRIT 101-Z80.
3crArrArrangedOnline4L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: a score of 6-10 on the FVCC Writing Placement assessment or COMPASS score of 38 or better or instructor's consent.This is a developmental writing course focused on building skills necessary for expository writing. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction emphasizes paragraph development resulting in unity, coherence, and organization. Students will begin with the well developed paragraph and extend to the essay. Instruction in grammar, mechanic and usage is also included.


WRIT_095_Z81Developmental Writing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in WRIT 101-Z81.
3crArrArrangedOnline6L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: a score of 6-10 on the FVCC Writing Placement assessment or COMPASS score of 38 or better or instructor's consent.This is a developmental writing course focused on building skills necessary for expository writing. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction emphasizes paragraph development resulting in unity, coherence, and organization. Students will begin with the well developed paragraph and extend to the essay. Instruction in grammar, mechanic and usage is also included.


WRIT_095_Z90Developmental Writing
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in WRIT 101-Z90.
3crT12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2027M Rauscher
 

Prerequisite: a score of 6-10 on the FVCC Writing Placement assessment or COMPASS score of 38 or better or instructor's consent.This is a developmental writing course focused on building skills necessary for expository writing. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction emphasizes paragraph development resulting in unity, coherence, and organization. Students will begin with the well developed paragraph and extend to the essay. Instruction in grammar, mechanic and usage is also included.


WRIT_101W_40.4College Writing I
Meets: 1/30/2023-6/9/2023
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: For Bigfork High School students only.
3crArrArrangedBigfork
High
School
6C Seeton
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_82College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline-1
(w1)
L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_83College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_91College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crT3:30PM-4:45PMAT 2094B Barckholtz
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_92College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crT2:00PM-3:15PMAT 2090B Barckholtz
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Y2College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2091
(w1)
H Bissell Kauffman
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Y80College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Y81College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0
(w1)
L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Y90College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crT11:00AM-12:15PMAT 208-2M Rauscher
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Z2College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person, and must also enroll in WRIT 095-Z2.
3crMW12:30PM-1:45PMAT 209-1H Bissell Kauffman
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Z80College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in WRIT 095-Z80.
3crArrArrangedOnline2L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Z81College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Online Course
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in WRIT 095-Z81.
3crArrArrangedOnline4L Jaeger
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_101W_Z90College Writing I
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students placed into this section requires an advisor signature, must register in person and must also enroll in WRIT 095-Z90.
3crT11:00AM-12:15PMAT 2088M Rauscher
 

Prerequisite: score of 11 or better on FVCC Writing Placement, or a score of 75 or better on COMPASS placement test or a grade of "C-" or better in WRIT 095.Instruction and practice in expository writing. This course emphasizes specific writing and revision techniques to develop coherence, conciseness, clear and forceful style and voice, and thinking skills. Assignments range from short pieces to essays and a research paper. Mastery of the basics of grammar and mechanics is assumed.


WRIT_201W_01College Writing II
Meets: 1/17/2023-5/11/2023
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:30AM-10:45AMAT 20814H Bissell Kauffman
 

Prerequisite: a grade of "B-" or better in WRIT 101 or instructor's consent.This course refines specific writing techniques and develops control of style and voice. Emphasis will be placed on the essay form and writing for a specific audience. Also included are advanced rhetorical and persuasive forms, elementary logic, and research techniques.



Spring Semester 2023 - Credit Courses
January 17, 2023 - May 11, 2023

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