Summer Semester 2022 - Credit Courses

Complete Credit Course Offering with Descriptions - All Locations

May 23, 2022 - July 29, 2022

Please Note: The information on this page
is subject to change.

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FVCC accepts applications on a rolling basis. We recommend applications be submitted a week before the beginning of each semester; however, we will continue to accept applications for a semester if students are interested in our late starting courses.
To get started, please visit www.fvcc.edu/apply.
 
For questions, please contact the Admissions and Registration office at (406) 756-3846 or (406) 756-3848.

This information was last updated on Saturday, February 04, 2023 at 6:40:01 PM

Links to:     Complete Schedule    ***    Summer Session A Schedule    ***    Summer Session B Schedule    ***    Summer Session C Schedule
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ACTG_298_80Internship: Accounting
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline9V Laudati
 

Prerequisites: completion of 30 credits with a grade point average 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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AGSC_298x_90Internship: Campus Farm Exp Non-Majors
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
1crArrArrangedAG 10015D Regan
Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

This course provides a structured, hands-on learning experience at the FVCC Campus Farm. Students learn what it takes to grow a variety of vegetables and fruits in northwestern Montana using organic farming practices, season extension tools, and scale-appropriate technology. This course is geared towards non-majors and will introduce students to concepts and practices commonly used in small-scale farming and food production. Students will participate in activities and class time beyond the hours spent on the campus farm site. Typically, a student completes 45 site hours per credit earned.


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AHMA_280_01Medical Assisting Exam Prep
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
1crT11:00AM-12:15PMBC 1189K Leaser
 

This course prepares medical assistant students and/or currently practicing medical assistants for a national exam: the American Association of Medical Assistant (AAMA) Certification.


AHMA_298_01Medical Assisting Externship
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Additional hours will be required outside of classroom time for clinical rotations.
5crT10:00AM-10:50AMBC 1189C Degenhardt
Add'l Fee: $125.00
 

Prerequisites: a grade of "B-" (2.7) or above in AHMA 203, AHMA 204, AHMA 206, AHMA 230, and instructor's consent.This capstone course of the Medical Assistant program provides on-site clinical experience in a physician's office or clinic setting. It provides opportunities to apply learned skills in various clinical and administrative procedures under the supervision of a medical doctor and office staff. This course requires 180 documented, unpaid clinical hours at assigned clinics in addition to other coursework. This course can be repeated once for a maximum 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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AHMS_107_80Career Essentials Hlth
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
0crArrArrangedOnline19J 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_80Medical Terminology
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline10K 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.


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AHMT_235_01Clinical Microbiology
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
4crThF8:30AM-2:30PMKalispell
Regional
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1D Pacovsky
 

Prerequisites: AHMT 201, AHMT 205, AHMT 210, AHMT 230, AHMT 295v, AHMT 295x, and BIOM 250NL with a minimum grade of 75% in both the lecture and laboratory portions of each course.Corequisite: AHMT 295y.This course connects the morphology and behavior of microorganisms to clinically significant situations. It includes the study and laboratory applications of antibiotic susceptibility methods and molecular techniques used in clinical microbiology. It also includes the pre-analytical phase of specimen collection and preparation and causative agents of various pathophysiological states.


AHMT_295y_01Clinical III: Med Lab Clinical
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
5crMTW7:30AM-3:30PMKalispell
Regional
Medical
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1D Pacovsky
Add'l Fee: $275.00
 

Prerequisites: AHMT 201, AHMT 205, AHMT 210, AHMT 230, AHMT 240, AHMT 295v, and AHMT 295x with a minimum grade of 75% in both the lecture and the laboratory portions of each course.Corequisite: AHMT 235.This course is a health-related, work-based learning experience allowing students to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts especially in the area of Immunohematology (Blood Bank) and Clinical Microbiology.


 Allied Health: Physical TherapyCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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AHPT_105_80Intro Physcl Thrpst Assist
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline22J 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_225_01Semnr in Physcl Thrpst Assist
Meets: 5/31/2022-7/26/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Only Meets: May 31 - June 2 & July 19-26, 2022. This is a late starting course.
3crMTWThF8:30AM-4:30PMArranged2J Heil

J Robertson

Add'l Fee: $300.00
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 105, AHPT 201, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 213, AHPT 215, AHPT 218, and AHPT 220.Corequisite: AHPT 295.This concentrated course integrates skills and techniques from previous clinical experiences and from the coursework presented throughout the PTA program. It focuses on presentation of comprehensive treatment plans utilizing all treatment skills and techniques learned during the previous semesters. The students will be expected to prepare and present a case study that will follow the patient through the continuum of care. Students will be required to relate sociological, physical, and psychological aspects of illness and injury to their projects. Preparation for the state's licensure exam is covered in this course, including the Practice Exam and Assessment Tool (PEAT) and/or Scorebuilders. Students will also develop a professional portfolio providing evidence of competency, self-assessment and career goals.


AHPT_295_01Clinical: Experience III
Meets: 6/6/2022-7/15/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
4crArrArrangedArranged2J Robertson
 

Prerequisites: AHPT 101, AHPT 201, AHPT 205, AHPT 206, AHPT 210, AHPT 213, AHPT 215, AHPT 218, and AHPT 220.Corequisite: AHPT 225.This is the third of three full-time clinical experiences during which the student develops proficiency in physical therapy procedures, understanding of clinical responsibilities and supervisory relationships with a minimum competence necessary to graduate as an entry-level physical therapist assistant and become an active participant of the health care team. This course will include a six-week clinical rotation at an approved site.


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AHXR_295_01Radiographic Clinical: III
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be accepted into the Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology Program through a competitive application process to take AHXR courses.
8crArrArrangedArranged1C Bench

B Hoerner

Add'l Fee: $20.00
 

Prerequisite: AHXR 195-Radiographic Clinicial: II. This course rotates students through various pre-assigned shifts and clinical sites. Experience is gained by performing exams under the supervision of staff technologists during early morning, midday, late evening, and weekend shifts. Sites are multiple and varied providing the students with diversity in patient conditions and types of exams.


 Art: Art History
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Photography         Art History         Visual Arts         Jewelry         Film         Graphic Design
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ARTH_200FGH_80Art of World Civilization I
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline11E Smith
 

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


ARTH_201FGH_80Art of World Civilization II
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline15E Smith
 

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


 Art: Visual Arts
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Photography         Art History         Visual Arts         Jewelry         Film         Graphic Design
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ARTZ_105F_01Visual Language-Drawing
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh9:00AM-1:00PMAT 1117J Li
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_221F_01Painting I
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crTTh1:30PM-5:30PMAT 1076J Li
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_232u_01Ceramics Studio: Tools & Tech
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crM9:00AM-4:50PMAT 1198C Flowers
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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crW9:00AM-4:50PMAT 119-1
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L Phan
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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BFIN_205_80Personal Finance
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline9S 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.


 Business: GeneralCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BGEN_122_80Applied Business Math
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline11S 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_298_80Internship: Business
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0D Rauscher
 

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.


 Biology: GeneralCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BIOB_101NL_80Discover Biology
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: The lab portion of this class requires a lab pack at an additional cost. Due to the online nature of the course students need to order the lab pack through the FVCC Bookstore prior to the start of class.
4crArrArrangedOnline7H 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.


 Biology: HumanCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BIOH_211NL_01Human Anat Phys II
Meets: 5/16/2022-6/17/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Internet Access Required.
4crMTTh

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BC 117

BC 117
12K 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.


 Biology: OrganismalCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BIOO_115N_01Practical Botany
Meets: 6/10/2022-6/24/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: Meets Friday & Saturday 6/10 & 6/11, 6/17 & 6/18, and 6/24. This is a late starting class.
3crFS8:30AM-5:50PMRH 1314E Horowitz
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_215N_01Field Botany
Meets: 6/1/2022-6/15/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Meets 6/01 & 6/02, and 6/08 & 6/09 & 6/15.
3crWTh8:30AM-5:50PMRH 1311M McCarthy
Add'l Fee: $30.00
 

This course is an introduction to plant associations, including identification of plants emphasizing native flora with consideration of their environment. Field work may include hiking up to two miles on rugged, steep terrain.


 Business: ManagementCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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BMGT_205C_80Prof Business Comm
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline3C 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.


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BMIS_211_80Data Analytics I
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: Although not required to purchase, students will be using MS Office 2016 Professional.
4crArrArrangedOnline15P 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.


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CAPP_156_80MS Excel
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: Although not required to purchase, students will be using MS Office 2016 Professional.
3crArrArrangedOnline8P 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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CHMY_105NL_80Explorations in Chemistry
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
Online Course
NOTE: This course requires an estimated $100 lab kit through purchase or rental. The kit is available through the FVCC Bookstore.
4crArrArrangedOnline9J Alexander Haag
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.


 College SuccessCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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COLS_105_01College 101: Summer Experience
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Requires internet access. There will be both in-person and online work. In addition to the posted schedule, this class meets July 7 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
1crT12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2061A Koehler
 

Prerequisite: enrollment in Running Start Summer Experience Program.College 101: Summer Experience provides pre-collegiate students with academic success strategies for college, and resources for exploring educational and career opportunities. Students will participate in service learning and experiential activities and reflect on their values, skills, and leadership-styles. Students will create an academic and career action plan preparing them to enter college full-time.


COLS_105_02College 101: Summer Experience
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Requires internet access. There will be both in-person and online work. In addition to the posted schedule, this class meets July 14 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
1crT12:30PM-1:45PMBC 1422
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B Romain
 

Prerequisite: enrollment in Running Start Summer Experience Program.College 101: Summer Experience provides pre-collegiate students with academic success strategies for college, and resources for exploring educational and career opportunities. Students will participate in service learning and experiential activities and reflect on their values, skills, and leadership-styles. Students will create an academic and career action plan preparing them to enter college full-time.


COLS_105_03College 101: Summer Experience
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Requires internet access. There will be both in-person and online work. In addition to the posted schedule, this class meets July 7 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
1crW12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2060A Koehler
 

Prerequisite: enrollment in Running Start Summer Experience Program.College 101: Summer Experience provides pre-collegiate students with academic success strategies for college, and resources for exploring educational and career opportunities. Students will participate in service learning and experiential activities and reflect on their values, skills, and leadership-styles. Students will create an academic and career action plan preparing them to enter college full-time.


COLS_105_04College 101: Summer Experience
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Requires internet access. There will be both in-person and online work. In addition to the posted schedule, this class meets July 14 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
1crW12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2053S Eberhardy
 

Prerequisite: enrollment in Running Start Summer Experience Program.College 101: Summer Experience provides pre-collegiate students with academic success strategies for college, and resources for exploring educational and career opportunities. Students will participate in service learning and experiential activities and reflect on their values, skills, and leadership-styles. Students will create an academic and career action plan preparing them to enter college full-time.


COLS_105_05DCollege 101: Summer Experience
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Requires internet access. This course will meet remotely during the schedule day and time. In addition to the posted schedule, this class meets July 14 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
1crT2:00PM-3:15PMREMOT Remote10S Eberhardy
 

Prerequisite: enrollment in Running Start Summer Experience Program.College 101: Summer Experience provides pre-collegiate students with academic success strategies for college, and resources for exploring educational and career opportunities. Students will participate in service learning and experiential activities and reflect on their values, skills, and leadership-styles. Students will create an academic and career action plan preparing them to enter college full-time.


COLS_106_01Fin Lit College: Summer Exp
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Requires internet access. There will be both in-person and online work. In addition to the posted schedule, this class meets July 21 from 8:30am-3:30pm.
1crM12:30PM-1:45PMAT 2069B Romain
 

Prerequisite:ID105 and enrollment in Running Start Summer Experience program.This course provides pre-collegiate students with financial success strategies for college, and exposure to college costs, financial aid, and scholarship processes. Students will participate in community service learning and experiential activities and evaluate how their personal values may impact their college and financial choices.


 Communication
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Communication         Speech         Journalism         Theatre
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COMX_111C_01Intro to Public Speaking
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
3crMTW9:00AM-11:45AMAT 2065J 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 Communicatn
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crMTW1:00PM-3:45PMAT 20814J Krause
 

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


COMX_115C_02Intro Interpersonal Communicatn
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
3crMTW9:00AM-11:45AMAT 2090
(w2)
K Clarke
 

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


 Creative Writing
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English         Creative Writing
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CRWR_111F_80Beginning Poetry
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
3crArrArrangedOnline2
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L Jaeger
 

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


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CSCI_132_01DBsc Data Structures/Algorithms
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Requires internet access. This course will meet remotely during the schedule days and time.
4crMW6:00PM-8:50PMREMOT Remote14J Goudy
 

Prerequisite: any one of the following: CSCI 100, CSCI 107, CSCI 111, CSCI 113, or CSCI 127. An examination of advanced Java and basic data structures and their application in problem solving. Data structures include stacks, queues and lists. An introduction to algorithms employing the data structures to solve various problems including searching and sorting, and recursion. Understanding and using Java class libraries. The laboratory uses Java. Introduces Big-O Notation.


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CULA_113_01Advanced Catering
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crArrArrangedArranged5H Karp

M Hudak

D Moe
 

Prerequisite(s): CULA 111.This course provides practical work experience in managing large catered events for both on and off-premise college sanctioned events during the summer semester. Students are provided with an opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in culinary, baking, pastry, and management.


CULA_210_01Nutritional Cooking
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
2crT12:30PM-5:30PMAT 1545M Hudak
Add'l Fee: $150.00
 

Prerequisite(s): CULA 110.This course introduces students to the basic elements of nutrition, discusses nutritional menu planning, development of healthy recipes, and describes marketing nutrition in the hospitality industry. As consumer demands for healthful eating continue to increase, professionals in food service must have a thorough knowledge of nutrition to best meet and exceed those needs. The characteristics, functions and food sources of the major nutrients and the procedures used to maximize nutrient retention in preparation and storage of foods will be examined. Students will apply the principles of nutrient needs throughout the life cycle to menu planning and food production.


CULA_240_01Menu Planning
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
2crT8:00AM-11:30AMAT 1545M Hudak

D Moe
 

Prerequisite(s): CULA 220.This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of menu construction. Emphasis is placed on the importance of the menu in creating a successful business. Throughout the semester, students will examine and analyze various models and learn how changes to the menu can markedly increase/decrease sales, create interest, meet individual tastes and nutritional needs, and be used as an important sales and marketing tool.


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ECP_102_01Wilderness First Aid
Meets: 6/3/2022-6/5/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
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BC 142

BC 142
7L 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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: There will be one all day Saturday lab required for the class. Date will be scheduled by instructor. Some of this class will be hybrid/online.
6crMW6:00PM-9:50PMBC 1078L Swanson
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_206_80EMS Case Studies
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline1J LaPierre
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent.This course provides an opportunity to study and manage trauma and medical emergencies from a case study perspective. Trauma topics include shock; head, spinal, thoracic, and abdominal trauma; burns; and environmental emergencies. Medical topics include respiratory, cardiac, and neurologic emergencies; endocrinology, hematology, infectious diseases, and anaphylaxis.


ECP_230_90Trauma
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class is for Miles Community College campus students.This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crW9:00AM-9:50AMMiles
City
Campus
10S Lewin
 

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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class is for Miles Community College campus students. This course will meet for two 8-hour arranged days from 8am-5pm.
1crW10:00AM-11:45AMMiles
City
Campus
10J LaPierre
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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class is for Miles Community College campus students.This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
3crTh12:00PM-1:15PMMiles
City
Campus
10S Lewin
 

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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: This class is for Miles Community College campus students
3crArrArrangedOnline10S Lewin
 

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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This class is for Miles Community College campus students. 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.
1crArrArrangedMiles
City
Campus
10J LaPierre
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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course will have arranged times at Holy Rosary.
6crArrArrangedArranged10C 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.


ECP_250_80NREMT Exam Preparation
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
2crArrArrangedOnline1J LaPierre
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent. This course prepares the paramedic student for the national registry paramedic exam. It is a review of the cognitive and affective behaviors taught throughout the fall and spring semesters of the paramedic program.


ECP_251_01NREMT Exam Prep Lab
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
2crArrArrangedArranged1J LaPierre
Add'l Fee: $230.00
 

Prerequisite: program director's consent.This course prepares the paramedic student for the national registry paramedic psychomotor exam. It is a review of the psychomotor skills taught throughout the fall and spring semesters of the paramedicine program.


ECP_295_01Field Experience: Clinical III
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
8crArrArrangedArranged1C Williams
Add'l Fee: $300.00
 

Prerequisites: program director consent.This course provides the opportunity to apply, in the field, the didactic knowledge and skills developed in the classroom and lab. This course serves as the final field experience in assisting the student to become an employable EMS provider. Cognitive, psychomotor, and affective evaluation skills addressed include patient assessment, history gathering, treatment prioritizing, diagnostic impression, protocol knowledge, radio communication, written documentation, airway management, fluid/drug management, cardiac management, trauma and medical emergencies management, attitude, professionalism, assertiveness, and team leader qualities.


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EDU_270_80Instructional Technology
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline13D 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_291x_80Developing Online Courses
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
6crArrArrangedOnline8J Wenz

J Harms
 

Special Topics are courses that can appear in any curriculum and are taught on a one-time or trial basis.


EDU_291y_80Teaching Online Courses
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: For FVCC instructors only.
4crArrArrangedOnline7J Wenz

J Harms
 

Special Topics are courses that can appear in any curriculum and are taught on a one-time or trial basis.


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ELCT_255_01Journeyman Electrician's Exam
Meets: 5/24/2022-6/7/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course is for the preparation for the Electrician's Exam.
1crTTh5:30PM-8:00PMOT 11110C 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.


 Graphic Design
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Photography         Art History         Visual Arts         Jewelry         Film         Graphic Design
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GDSN_149_80Digital Imaging I
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline15D Rauscher
 

This is a beginning course in the use of Adobe Photoshop. This class will introduce the concepts of basic digital image manipulation techniques. This includes cropping images, selecting details, creating new layers, adjusting color balance/contrast, adding type, web optimization, resampling/resizing of images, and using alpha channels. More intermediate topics such as layer mask selection, clipping masks, layer adjustments, filters, and image slicing will be introduced. The most recent version of Photoshop is highly recommended.


GDSN_250_80Graphic Design I
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
3crArrArrangedOnline10A 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_298_80Internship: Graphic Design
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
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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HEO_100_60Commercial Truck Driver
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
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. Any Questions, please contact Butch at 293-2721
4crArrArrangedArranged0J 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: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
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. Any Questions, please contact Butch at 293-2721
4crArrArrangedArranged0J 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_01Professional Truck Driver
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: This course will include 3 full days class time and 2 1/2 hours/day, 4 days/week driving time. Driving time to be 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 Will Richards at 756-4862.
5crMTWThFArrangedOT 1301
(w2)
S Arrabito

M Twichel

Add'l Fee: $2000.00
 

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_02Professional Truck Driver
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. Will include 3 full days class time and 2 1/2 hours/day, 4 days/week driving time. Driving time to be 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 Will Richards at 756-4862.
5crArrArrangedOT 130-2
(w2)
S Arrabito

M Twichel

Add'l Fee: $2000.00
 

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 Heavy Equipment Ops
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students who are also taking HEO-103 will be taking 2.5 hours out of most days to practice driving for the CDL.
8crTWTh8:00AM-4:30PMQHUT QHUT3T Creighton

C 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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
12crF

MWTh
8:00AM-12:00PM

8:00AM-5:00PM
QHUT QHUT

QHUT QHUT
1T Creighton

C Moore

T Creighton

C 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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HSTA_101B_01American History I
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
4crMTW8:15AM-11:45AMAT 20514S Warner
 

This course is a comprehensive introductory history of Colonial, Revolutionary, Jeffersonian, Jacksonian, and Civil War era America.


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HSTR_101B_01Western Civilization I
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
Kalispell Campus
4crMTW2:00PM-5:30PMAT 20220S Brantner
 

This course covers prehistoric days to the mid-17th century, with emphasis on the political, social, cultural, and economic aspects of the great civilizations of the earlier period, and the revolutions in politics, commerce, industry and science which ushered in the modern era.


 Heating, Ventilation, Air Cond., and Refrig. Maint. TechnologyCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
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HVC_140_01HVAC Systems I
Meets: 5/24/2022-7/7/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Class will meet May 24-July 7.
3crTTh5:30PM-9:00PMOT 116-2K Sechser
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.


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ITS_298_80Internship/Cooperative Education
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline6V Laudati

D 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_214GH_80Regional Literature
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
3crArrArrangedOnline12B Barckholtz
 

This course is an examination of regional literature in the context of critical multiculturalism. It analyzes topics through historical and cultural lenses and may focus on a specific regional literature or adopt a comparative approach.


LIT_271H_80Science Fiction Literature
Meets: 5/23/2022-6/24/2022
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline10M 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_065_01DPrealgebra
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
NOTE: Quizzes and 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.
3crTWTh11:00AM-12:15PMREMOT Remote13K 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_094_01DQuantitative Reasoning
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
NOTE: The course fee covers the course workbook and the course access code will be purchased through RedShelf (billed to your account). This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class. Tests will be administered outside of class in RH 150. Students can spend 75 min in the FMC (RH 150) during open hours to replace the Wednesday class time if desired.
4crMTWTh9:30AM-10:45AMREMOT Remote7K Wilderson
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_90DIntermediate Algebra
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
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 or students can spend 60 min in the FMC (RH 150) during open hours instead.
4crT9:30AM-10:30AMREMOT Remote14E 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_115M_80Probability and Linear Math
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: Optional instructor-led remote work sessions will be available for the class on Wednesdays from 10-11am or by appointment.
3crArrArrangedOnline13M 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_120_80Math with Health Care Apps
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline19E 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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
3crTWTh11:00AM-12:15PMRH 1487J Yorba
 

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_01DCollege Algebra
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
NOTE: This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class. Tests will be proctored on campus.
3crTWTh11:00AM-12:15PMREMOT Remote6J Yorba
 

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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
4crTWTh9:00AM-10:40AMRH 1487J Yorba
 

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_122M_01DCollege Trigonometry
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
NOTE: This course will be delivered remotely during the scheduled days and times. Internet access is required for this class. Tests will be proctored on campus.
4crTWTh9:00AM-10:40AMREMOT Remote10J Yorba
 

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_140M_80College Math for Healthcare
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: Optional instructor-led remote work sessions will be available for the class on Wednesdays from 10-11am or by appointment.
3crArrArrangedOnline16M 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.


 Machining and Manufacturing Technology
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Industrial Technology         Draft Design         Manufacturing Technology         Machining and Manufacturing Technology
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MCH_101_01Intro to Manufacturing Processes
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
1crMT

MT
9:00AM-11:45AM

9:00AM-11:45AM
OT 206

OT 128
2D Leatzow

C Rodriguez

D Leatzow

C Rodriguez
 

This course is designed to provide the student a learning experience with the basic tools, equipment, and operations of manufacturing industries. The goal is for the student to understand the relationship among a manufacturing need, a design, the materials and processes used, as well as the tools and equipment necessary to manufacture a product.


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MUSI_102_01.01Performance Study: Voice
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_01.03Performance Study: Piano
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_01.05Performance Study: Percussion
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_01.14Performance Study: Guitar
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_01Performance Study
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged5- 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_02.02Performance Study: Violin
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_02.03Performance Study: Piano
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_02.04Performance Study: Cello
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged0N 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_02Performance Study
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged5- 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_195_01Applied Music I
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged5- 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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged5- 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_295_01Applied Music II
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
1crArrArrangedArranged5- 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_02.01Applied Music II: Voice
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged0N 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.


MUSI_295_02Applied Music II
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: Instructor's consent required. Contact Nicole Sanford at 756-4813.
2crArrArrangedArranged5- 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.


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NRSG_106_90Nursing Assistant Course
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
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.Note: This is a blended course. Face to face and work online. Internet access required.
5crArr

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BC 104
1M Thompson
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_130_01Fundamentals of Nursing
Meets: 5/16/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: NRSG Classes require instructor or program director approval to register.
3crMW8:30AM-10:45AMBC 1056L Lommatsch
 

Prerequisites: M 120; BIOH 104NL; PSYX 100; and WRIT 101; Acceptance into the PN programCorequisites: NRSG 131.This course introduces learners to knowledge, basic clinical skills, and attitudes essential for the nursing role. The course approach presents concepts and behaviors of nursing roles within the context of the nursing process and multicultural, holistic healthcare. Emphasis is on theoretical and practical concepts of nursing skills required to meet the needs of patients in a variety of settings.


NRSG_131_01Fundamentals of Nursing Lab
Meets: 5/16/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: NRSG Classes require instructor or program director approval to register.
3crT9:00AM-4:30PMBC 1046L Lommatsch
Add'l Fee: $500.00
 

Prerequisite(s) BIOH 104NL, M 120M, PSYX 100A and WRIT 101W and acceptance into the PN program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 130.This lab is an integration of clinical skills performance using healthcare scenarios which focus on implementation of the nursing process, clinical decision making, and caring interventions in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team in a variety of healthcare settings.


NRSG_135_01Pharmacology for PN
Meets: 5/16/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: NRSG Classes require instructor or program director approval to register.
3crMW1:30PM-3:45PMBC 1415E DeCree
 

Prerequisites: BIOH 104NL, M 120M, PSYX 100A, WRIT 101W and acceptance into the PN program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 136.This course introduces the student to the knowledge needed to provide safe nursing care to clients across the life span in the administration of medications. Content covered includes the basic pathophysiology of common disease processes, as well as the basic principles of pharmacology such as pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, medication interactions, and potential adverse medication reactions. The emphasis is on client centered care utilizing the nursing process and incorporating evidence-based practice within the licensed practical nurse scope of practice.


NRSG_136_01Pharmacology for PN Lab
Meets: 5/16/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: NRSG Classes require instructor or program director approval to register.
1crTh9:00AM-2:00PMBC 1045G Bergland
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 104NL, M 120, PSYX 100, WRIT 101 and acceptance into the PN program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 135.This lab integrates the knowledge of safe medication administration into a laboratory environment. This includes dosage calculation, and safe administration of medications through a variety of appropriate routes, including intravenous therapy.


NRSG_152_01Gerontology and Comm Nsg
Meets: 5/16/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: NRSG Classes require instructor or program director approval to register.
2crMW11:00AM-12:30PMBC 1055C Genovese
 

Prerequisite(s): BIOH 104, PSYX 100, M 120 and WRIT 101, acceptance into the PN program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 153.This course presents the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to provide high quality holistic nursing care for the geriatric patient as well as other vulnerable populations in the local and rural communities. The safe application of the nursing process in community based, patient-centered, interdisciplinary care environments is emphasized in order to promote patients well-being in regards to common acute and chronic health issues, including end-of-life and palliative care.


NRSG_153_01Gerontology and Comm Nsg Cl
Meets: 5/16/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Note: NRSG Classes require instructor or program director approval to register.
2crArrArrangedArranged6P Klein
 

This clinical integrates theory into the clinical setting. Prerequisite(s): BIOH 104, PSYX 100, M 120, WRIT 101 and acceptance into the PN program.Corequisite(s): NRSG 152. The emphasis is on promoting the highest level of health and wellness for common acute and chronic health issues for the geriatric and other vulnerable populations in local and rural communities.


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NUTR_221N_80Basic Human Nutrition
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline10K Ryan
 

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.


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PSCI_210B_80Intro to American Government
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline4
(w2)
A Moore
 

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_210B_90Intro to American Government
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course. This is a blended course that will meet remotely during the scheduled days and times, and have online work. Internet access required.
3crMT9:00AM-11:45AMREMOT Remote25R Curtis
 

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.


 Psychology
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PSYX_100A_71Introduction to Psychology
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
4crMTW8:15AM-11:45AMAT 2035
(w1)
N Shepard
 

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_71KIntroduction to Psychology
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Lincoln County Campus/Libby
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
4crMTW8:15AM-11:45AMLINB 1155N Shepard
 

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: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
4crArrArrangedOnline4
(w4)
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.


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RLST_100G_01Intro to the Study of Religion
Meets: 6/27/2022-7/29/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: This is a late starting course.
3crMTW9:00AM-11:45AMBC 14110R 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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SOCI_101A_80Introduction to Sociology
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline0
(w2)
A 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.


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STAT_216M_80Introduction to Statistics
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
Note: Optional instructor-led remote work sessions will be available for the class on Wednesdays from 10-11am or by appointment.
4crArrArrangedOnline10C 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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WLDG_194_01Workshop: Welding Instruction
Meets: 6/13/2022-6/17/2022
Kalispell Campus
Late Starting Course
Note: For High School Instructors Only. This is a late starting course.
2crMTWThF

MTWThF
8:00AM-12:00PM

1:00PM-4:30PM
OT 114

OT 114
1B Thompson

P Franey

L Seals

B Thompson

P Franey

L Seals
 

Prerequisite(s): WLDG 185 or instructor's approval.Students will be trained on the use of the Hobart SMAW curriculum and how to apply it in the classroom. Interpretation of the AWS D1.1 Structural Code as it pertains to welder testing and qualification, safety and personal PPE, Oxy-fuel equipment set-up and safety, electrode identification and use, and power source set-up and use will be covered. Lab time will include individual skill development with E6010, E6011, E6013, E7024, E7018 electrodes; oxy-fuel set-up and cutting; weld qualification coupon prep; welding; cutting; bending; and inspection.


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WRIT_101W_80College Writing I
Meets: 5/23/2022-7/29/2022
Online Course
3crArrArrangedOnline2
(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.



Summer Semester 2022 - Credit Courses
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