Spring 2016 Schedule - Kenai Peninsula College

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Spring 2016 Schedule - Kenai Peninsula College
CLASS SCHEDULE
Winter/Spring 2016
Kachemak Bay Campus
Kenai Peninsula College
533 E. Pioneer Ave ~ Homer, AK 99603 ~ 907.235.7743
www.kpc.alaska.edu ~ [email protected] ~ facebook.com/kachemakbaycampus
Spring 2016 Course Schedule • Kachemak Bay Campus • www.kpc.alaska.edu/kbc • [email protected]
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Spring 2016 Academic Calendar
SPRING CLASS REGISTRATION SCHEDULE
Now through January 8 :
Online: http://uaonline.alaska.edu
Walk-in: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Senior Citizens Using Tution Waivers: ... First day of the
class they wish to register for.
...........................
1/11-1/15: Late registration period
$50 late fee for classes that begin 1/11
PAYMENT DEADLINES
Last day of 100% refund for full-semester length classes ......
.................................................January 22 at 5pm
Last day to add/drop, audit-credit, credit-audit
(semester long classes)........................January 22 at 5pm
Late payment fee assessed ($125) ............. .......February 2
Late payment fee assessed ($175) ...................... March 22
Last day for class withdrawal......... ............................ April 8
SPRING CLASSTo
REGISTRATION
Register: SCHEDULE
Go to UAOnline
uaonline.alaska.edu
or stop by Kachemak Bay Campus
TEXTBOOKS
For campus-based courses please visit the
KBC bookstore
for Distance Education (online) courses
please visit
http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/kpc.alaska.htm
Deadline for UAA/KPC fall graduation appl. . .......... April 18
GENERAL CALENDAR SCHEDULE
First day of classes ........................................ January 11
Student Orientation ............................................ January 13
Last day of classes .................................................... May 2
Grades available on UAOnline .................................. May 4
NO CLASSES / CAMPUS CLOSED
No Classes -Civil Rights Day................... ............ Jan 16-18
No classes - Spring Recess.............................March 14-20
Campus Directory
235-7743, 1-877-262-0330
Administration:
Director’s Office ............................ 235-1656
Administrative/Faculty Support..... 235-1652 (Pioneer Hall)
..................................................... 235-1601 (Bayview Hall)
Advising ............................................... 235-1658 / 235-1655
Adult Basic Education.......................... 235-1602
Business Services ............................... 235-1654
Computing & Technology Services ...... 235-1660
IT Services KPC Toll Free ................... 1-877-809-0572
IT Services UAA Toll Free .................... 1-877-633-3888
Learning Resource Center .................. 235-1608
Library.................................................. 235-1657
Maintenance ........................................ 235-1673
Student & Enrollment Services ............ 235-1651
Test Proctoring..................................... 235-1601
Campus Closed - Spring Recess Holiday........March 18-20
KACHEMAK BAY WRITERS’ CONFERENCE
June 10-14 2016
with keynote speaker
Poet
Natasha Trethewey
2016 Faculty
Miriam Altshuler
Dan Beachy-Quick
Rich Chiappone
Jennine Capó Crucet
Forrest Gander
Lee Goodman
Alison Hawthorne Deming
Richard Hoffman
Erin Coughlin Hollowell
Sarah Leavitt
Nancy Lord
Jane Rosenman
Eva Saulitis
Peggy Shumaker
Sherry Simpson
Frank Soos
David Stevenson
registration is open!
www.writersconference.homer.alaska.edu/
Sponsored by Kachemak Bay Campus - Kenai Peninsula College /UAA
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Registration Information
Adults are able to take classes at KBC to earn a degree or for job training, personal enrichment and continuing
education. Degree seeking students can apply for admissions at the certificate, associate or baccalaureate level;
Who can take there is a fee for admission. Call Student Services at 235-7743 for an advising admissions appointment. Placeclasses?
ment testing and transcripts are required before admission is complete. Program admission is not required to
enroll in classes. High school age students must obtain the necessary forms for registration from their high school
counselor or from Student Services, with required signatures, and register only in person. See page 6 for more
information on underage registration.
Residency
Placement
Testing
NON-RESIDENT TUITION IS WAIVED FOR STUDENTS TAKING CLASSES AT KPC! (*EXCEPT out-of-state students taking distance-delivered courses) REMEMBER TO ADD ANY LAB FEES, SPECIAL FEES AND STUDENT
FEES TO THE TUITION COST WHEN DETERMINING THE TOTAL COST.
The ACCUPLACER placement test is required for students entering degree or certificate programs if SAT/ACT
is not used for placement. It is required for non-degree students taking English or math classes. The fee for the
placement exam is $18.00. Call 235-7743 to make an appointment.
Course
prerequisites
Students are responsible for checking to make sure all course prerequisites are met. Prerequisites are listed with
course descriptions in each semester’s course schedule. They help ensure student success. If a student has not
taken and passed the necessary prerequisites, but feels confident of performing the course work, the student may
request instructor permission. An instructor withdrawal maybe be initiated for those students who enroll without
prerequisites or instructor permission.
Adding/Dropping
or
Withdrawing
from a course
Students may add/drop courses the first two weeks of the semester, the second week requires instructor signature.
Third through twelfth week of the semester a dropped course is a withdrawal and shows up as a “W” on a student’s
transcript. There is a $5/class charge for dropping once the semester begins. Degree students are encouraged to
speak to an advisor before dropping or withdrawing from classes.
Cancellation of
classes
Kenai Peninsula College reserves the right to cancel, to combine, to change the instructor, time, date, or place of a
class, and to make other revisions in class offerings which may become necessary, and to do so without incurring
obligation. The College may discontinue a class at any time if attendance falls below minimum levels.
If Kenai Peninsula College cancels a course, KPC will refund 100% of tuition and fees.
Grades via
UAOnline
Semester grade reports and account balances may be accessed online and printed via UAOnline. The UA Online
link is available from our website’s homepage.
Transcripts
Official transcripts are available via UAOnline. The National Student Clearinghouse is the UA provider for online
transcript requests. Students can view and print an unofficial transcript at UAOnline as well. It is strongly recommended students review their records for accuracy before requesting official transcripts. If there is a hold on the
account they will be unable to view their records.
Fee
Explanation
All fees are approved by the Board of Regents of the University of Alaska Statewide System of Higher Education.
The University reserves the right to change or add to its fee assessment and refund policies at any time. Fee assessments are subject to audit and correction, and any adjustments will be made within forty days following the close
of late registration or after any change in the student’s schedule.
Regular tuition will be waived for Alaska residents who are age-eligible to receive full social security retirement benefits and who register on a space available basis; that is, when courses can accommodate such students in addition
Senior Citizen
to other enrolled students. Use of senior citizen waivers is as follows:
Tuition Waiver
Senior citizens must pay all additional course fees. To waive tuition individuals must register and present a completed
tuition waiver form with proof of age.
Registration using a senior citizen tuition waiver for payment is permitted only when instruction begins and must be
completed by the add deadline. Senior citizens may elect to register before instruction begins; and they must pay full
tuition and fees. Senior citizens electing to register and pay tuition are subject to all payment deadlines. Refunds will
NOT be available to senior citizens who drop courses and then re-register in the same courses using a tuition waiver.
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Cost • Fees
RESIDENT TUITION per credit
Lower Division (100 & 200 level) ................................. $183
Upper Division (300 & 400 level) ................................. $221
High School Junior/Senior per credit (KPC classes only)$58
NON-RESIDENT TUITION per credit (Waived except
for out-of-state students taking KPC distance courses).
Lower Division (100 & 200 level) ................................. $649
Upper Division (300 & 400 level) ................................. $687
Professional Development per credit (500-599) ........ Varies
Graduate Level per credit (600-699)............... ........... $864
Additional required fees.
Student Activity Fee (per credit, up to 12 credits) ......... $3.50
Technology Fee (per credit) ........................................... $7.00
Network Charge ......................... Lower Division: $7.00/credit
..................................................... Upper Division $9.00/credit
Distance-Delivery fee (KBC/KRC E-Learning classes) $18/cr
Facility Fee (per credit)...................................................$6.00
OTHER FEES
Degree Admission fee (non-refundable) ...................... $40.00
Audited classes .... per credit, same as regular tuition charge
Brokered fee (per class) .......................... $87 (lower division)
............................................$105 (upper division & 500-level)
Change-to-Audit fee (per class)..................................... $5.00
Credit/No Credit option (per form) ................................. $5.00
Drop fee (KPC, per class; no charge if done online) .... $5.00
Graduation application fee, UAA ................................. $50.00
Graduation application fee, KPC....................................$40.00
Late registration fee (beginning January 11) ............... $50.00
Late payment fees ................................................. $125/$175
Lab/materials fee .......................................see course listings
Placement test (Accuplacer) fee.................................. $18.00
Transcript fee
Official (available via UAonline) ............................. $18.00
Unofficial (available at KBC) ..................................... $1.00
Returned check fee ..................................................... $30.00
Test proctoring fee (non-UA) ....................................... $30.00
Refund Policy
Credit Courses:
Students who need to drop or withdraw from specific courses
or from all their courses must do so officially. Only students who
drop via UAOnline or submit a drop form at KBC, signed and
dated, will qualify for a tuition refund. Refunds are processed
according to these policies:
Full Semester Classes (15 weeks):
Through second week of semester.........
......................................................100% tuition and fees
After second week of semester .... NO REFUND
Less-Than-Semester Length Classes
Prior to 5pm, five business days after the start of class
........................................................ 100% tuition & fees
After 5pm, five business days after the start of class
................................................................NO REFUND
Short Courses
Per less-than-semester length classes; no refunds will be
issued after grades have been posted by the instructor.
KBC refunds are processed by KPC’s Kenai River Campus
business office after students have completed the appropriate
paperwork. The date of drop/withdrawal as indicated on the
official add/drop form or electronically via UAOnline determines
eligibility for a refund. Refunds will be processed and mailed
within two weeks after the end of the refund period.
KPC does NOT drop students from classes for
non-payment of tuition and fees!
LATE PAYMENT FEES
ON FEBRUARY 2, any student who has not paid all tuition
and fees (or made arrangements to defer payment), will
be assessed a $125 late payment fee. If still not paid, on
MARCH 22 an additional $175 fee will be assessed.
Late fees will be charged whether the class has started or not.
KPC‛s PAYMENT PLAN
$60.00 processing fee, 0% interest!
For full course costs click on the KPC
Searchable Schedule link on our home page
http://www.kpc.alaska.edu
For textbook list and costs click on
Bookstores under Academics.
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If an individual has difficulty in meeting course charges, he/
she may have the option of utilizing UAA‛s new third party
Tuition Management System (TMS) Payment Plan. This plan
spreads cost of tuition and fees over the semester for a $60
regisration fee and deposit.
Go to www.uaa.alaska.afford.com
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Winter/Spring 2016 Class Listings
ABE • Adult Basic Education
CLASS LOCATIONS / FORMAT
ABE A003 - BASIC MATH/ENGLISH SKILLS
0 CR
Individualized and class instruction to improve reading, writing or
math skills. Free, ongoing instruction for adults to help prepare
for the GED test, college or job training. Note: Also includes job
readiness skills including resume writing, interviewing, job planning
and more.
CRN
36285
36288
36286
39083
39084
39086
39085
39081
CRSE
Instructor
Dates
GED
L. Brache
1/18-5/2
Math
L. Brache
1/18-5/2
Reading
L. Brache
1/19-4/26
S.Studies
L. Brache
1/18-5/2
Science
M.Waclawski 1/22-4/29
Career
Exploration M.Waclawski....1/20-4/27
Life Skills
M. Waclawski 1/18-5/2
Writing
M. Waclawski 1/21-4/28
Days/Times
Location
By appt.
Bayview
MTuWTh, 10:45-12pm B101
Tu, 9-10:30am
B101
Th, 1-2:30pm
B101
Th, 9- 10:30am
B101
W, 1-2:30pm
M, 1-2:30pm
Th, 9-10:30am
ABE A004 - ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
B101
B101
B101
0 CR
Individualized and small group instruction to help English language
learners speak, read and write English for daily communication and
work. Note: Also includes assistance preparing for citizenship test.
CRN
36289
36290
39080
CRSE/SEC Instructor
Reading
L. Brache
Writing
L. Brache
Conversation
Group
L. Brache
Dates
1/22-4/29
1/18-5/2
1/22-4/29
Days/Times
Location
MW, 8:30-9:30am
B106
M/W, 9:30-10:30am
B106
F, 9-10:30a
B106
ANTH • Anthropology
ANTH A101- INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
3 CR
Introduction to fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology:
archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthroplogy and
anthropological linguistics. The course introduces basic ideas,
methods and findings of anthropology.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36304 ANTH A101
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
C. Knott
Location
Web-based
Dates
1/11-5/2
ANTH A202 - CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
3 CR
Introduction to the methods, theories, and fundamental concepts
in the study of cultural systems. Includes social relationships,
economic organization, political systems, symbols and beliefs, and
issues related to gender, power, world systems and colonialism,
and the social construction of human lives.
CRN
36306
SUBJ
ANTH
CRSE
A202
SEC
RV1
Instructor
C. Knott
Dates
1/13-4/27
EW
ANTH A361 - LANGUAGE AND CULTURE N
Location
B104
Days/Times
M,1-3:40pm
!
3 CR
Study of the relationship between language and culture.
Includes language variation, meaning in culture, taxonomies and
phonemic principles.
CRN
37765
SUBJ
ANTH
CRSE
A361
SEC
RV1
Instructor
C.Knott
Dates
1/12-4/26
Location
P212
Days/Times
Tu, 10-12:40pm
REGISTER EARLY!
Payment is not due until February 1st!
P ......................... Pioneer Hall, 533 E. Pioneer Avenue
B ......................... Bayview Hall, 533 E. Pioneer Avenue
HHS .................... Homer High School, 600 E. Fairview
Web-based ......... via Blackboard
VC....................... Video conferenced live
ART • Art
ART A103 - CYANOTYPE PROCESS
NEW
!
1 CR
Introduces processes for making cyanotype prints from digital negatives as well as cyanotype photograms on fabric surfaces. The
cyanotype is a 19th century printing process in which a negative is
contact printed to paper that has been hand coated with photosensitive chemistry resulting in a print with deep Prussian blue tones.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37767 ART
A103
Additional Fee
$125
SEC
R20
Instructor
L. Semivan
Dates
3/5-4/16
Location
P212/213
Days/Times
S, 10am-1:15pm
ART A105 - BEGINNING DRAWING
3 CR
Introduction to elements of drawing based on development of skill
using wet and dry media such as pencil, charcoal, conte, ink, and
brush. Class and homework assignments in drawing and composition of objects, still lifes, perspective effects, and the human figure.
LIMIT 12
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37769 ART
A105
Additional Fee
$35
SEC
R10
Instructor
A. Freeman
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
P213
Days/Times
M/W, 4-6:30pm
ART A160 - ART APPRECIATION
3 CR
Development of an appreciation of all the visual arts. Emphasis is
on the theories, practice, materials and techniques of the visual arts.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36318 ART
A160
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
M. Walsh
Location
Web-based
Dates
1/11-5/2
ART A201 - BEGINNING HANDBUILT CERAMICS
3 CR
Introduction to ceramic materials and processes. Emphasis on
handbuilt forming methods and earthenware temperature range.
Includes clays, clay bodies, slips, glazes, and firing process.
Introduces ceramic history, idea development and creative problem
solving. Limit 12: with ART A202
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36319 ART
A201
Additional Fees
$85
SEC
R21
Instructor
D. Kaufmann
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
HHS 603
Days/Times
M/W, 5-7:45 pm
ART A202 - BEGINNING WHEELTHROWN CERAMICS
3 CR
Introduction to ceramic materials and processes. Emphasis on
wheelthrowing methods and stoneware temperature range. Includes clays, clay bodies, slips, glazes, firing process. Introduces
ceramic history, idea development and creative problem solving.
Limit 12 with ART A201
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36320 ART
A202
Additional Fees
$85
SEC
R20
Instructor
D.Kaufmann
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
HHS 603
Days/Times
M/W, 5-7:45 pm
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BA A241 - BUSINESS LAW I
ART (Continued)
ART A367 - HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
3 CR
Investigates the history of photography: its origins, chronology,
cultural context, and the signifiant contribution of individual
photographers.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37771 ART
A367
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
M. Walsh
Location
Web-based
Dates
1/11-5/2
ASL A102 - ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II 4 CR
Further develops elementary receptive and expressive signing
skills in ASL for effective communication. Enhances appreciation
of cross-cultural perspectives. Course conducted in American
Sign Language.
NOTE: Live video-conference from KRC
SUBJ
ASL
CRSE
A102
SEC
RV1
Instructor
M. Clapp
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
P219
Days/Times
M/W 5:30-7:10pm
ATP • Aviation - Professional Piloting
ATP A100 - PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
3 CR
Prepares students for FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Test.
Includes basic aerodynamics, aircraft engine operation and flight
instruments, navigation, weather information and dissemination
services. Covers FAA regulations, the Aeronautical Information
Manual, radio communication and navigation.
CRN
36341
SUBJ
ATP
CRSE
A100
SEC
R20
Instructor
F. Miller
Dates
1/14-4/28
Location
P201
Days/Times
Th, 6-8:40pm
BA • Business Administration
BA A151 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
3 CR
Introduces students to the fundamentals of business. Explores
strategies that allow companies to compete in today’s interactive,
global marketplace. Covers each of the functional areas of business:
management, marketing, finance and accounting. Students gain
some valuable critical-thinking, problem-solving, team-building and
communciation skills required in modern business environments.
CRN
36346
SUBJ
BA
CRSE
A151
SEC
R20
Instructor
F. Allard
Dates
1/14-4/28
BA A166 - SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Location
P209
Days/Times
T, 2:30-5:10pm
3 CR
Business planning as key to successful small business management. Examines practical aspects of management for starting and
operating a small businesses. Expands understanding of personal
finance, business planning, marketing, production, and business
finance.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36347 BA
A166
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
M. Haines
CRN
36351
SUBJ
BA
CRSE
A241
Instructor
T.Dalrymple
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
P212
Days/Times
M/W, 2:30-3:45pm
Location
Web-based
Dates
1/11-5/2
3 CR
Explores skills all individuals use to sell themselves, products,
services, and ideas. Offers opportunities to practice selling skills
that will help them become better communicators.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36353 BA
A264
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Castimore
Dates
1/11-5/2
BA A266 - RETAILING MANAGEMENT
Location
Web-based
3 CR
Covers retailing topics for brick and mortar retailers and electronic
storefronts. Includes retailing strategy, merchandise management
and store management.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38231 BA
A266
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Castimore
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
BIOL • Biology
BIOL A102 - INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
3 CR
Selected introductory biological concepts including the chemical
basis of life, cell structure, energetics, physiology, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and scientific methodology. This
course will provide the non-biologist with a working knowledge
of life science that will be useful in making informed decisions on
health and the environment.
CRN
36358
SUBJ
BIOL
CRSE
A102
SEC
R10
Instructor
D. Tobin
Dates
1/12-4/26
BIOL A103 - INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY LAB
Location
B102
Days/Times
M, 1:30-4:10pm
1 CR
Prerequisite: BIOL A102 or concurrent enrollment.
Selected introductory biological concepts including the chemical
basis of life, cell structure, energetics, physiology, genetics, biotechnology, evolution, ecology and scientific methodology. This
course will provide the non-biologist with a working knowledge
of life science that will be useful in making informed decisions on
health and the environment. Laboratory supplement of BIOL A102.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36361 BIOL A103
Additional Fees
$30
SEC
R10
Instructor
D. Tobin
Dates
1/14-4/28
BIOL A112 - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II
Location
P203
Days/Times
W, 1:30-4:10pm
4 CR
PREREQUISITE: BIOL A111. COREQUISITE: BIOL A112L
A continuation of BIOL A111. The circulatory, lymphatic, immune,
respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems are
considered.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36364 BIOL A112
Additional Fees
$55
6
SEC
RV1
BA A264 - SELLING
ASL • American Sign Language
CRN
37774
3 CR
Introduction to business law. Covers topics such as the American
legal system, dispute resolution, constitutional and government
regulation of business, torts, contract laws and theory, international
law, and business ethics. Cross listed with JUST A241
NOTE: Video-conferenced from KRC
SEC
R10
Instructor
D.Tobin
Dates
1/11-5/2
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Location
P212
Days/Times
M, 9-11:40am
BIOL A112L - HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB 0 CR
COREQUISITE: BIOL A112
CRN
36369
SUBJ
BIOL
CRSE
A112L
SEC
R10
Instructor
D.Tobin
Dates
1/13-4/27
BIOL A124 - BIOLOGY OF SHARKS
NEW
Location
P203
Days/Times
W, 9-11:40am
!
1 CR
Covers the basic biology and ecology of sharks, skates and
rays (elasmobranch fishes). Elasmobranch taxonomy, anatomy,
physiology, life history, behavior, interactions with humans. Special
Note: Discusses typical myths associated with sharks and how to
separate the facts from fiction. Covers new techniques available
to study elasmobranchs (in the wild and captivity) and current
biomedical research showing how these amazing creatures may
prove to uncover cures for human diseases and infections.
CRN
37778
SUBJ
BIOL
CRSE
A124
SEC
R20
Instructor
K.Goldman
Dates
2/22-3/21
Location
P201
Days/Times
M, 6:30-9:10pm
!
BIOL A124 - POLAR BEARS: KINGS AND QUEENS N E W 1CR
OF THE ARCTIC
Introduces the biology of polar bears, the top predator of the Arctic
food web. Emphasizes behavior and adaptations especially in light
of climate change
CRN
36371
SUBJ
BIOL
CRSE
A124
SEC
R30
Instructor
A. Van Dinther
Dates
3/28-4/25
BIOL A124 - BIRDS OF KACHEMAK BAY
Location
P212
Days/Times
M, 6-8:40pm
!
NEW
1 CR
Explores basic elements of bird identification focusing on birds
typical to the Cook Inlet region. Other interesting aspects of birds
will also be discussed including mirgration and habitat needs as
well as tools now available for birders
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37766 BIOL A124
Additional Fees
$70
SEC
R31
Instructor
G. Matz
Dates
3/2, 3/9, 3/23,
3/26,3/30, 4/2
Location
P201
Days/Times
W, 6-8:40p
Sa, 9am-1pm
!
CED • Community Education
See BIOL A124 (three sections); See MT A231, pg. 12; PER
A120 Hatha Yoga, PER A123 Tai Chi, PER A220 Intermediate
Kundalini Yoga, page 12; CWLA pg. 8
CRN
37780
SUBJ
BIOL
CRSE
A178
SEC
RV1
Instructor
D. Tobin
Dates
1/12-4/26
Location
B104
Days/Times
T, 1-3:40pm
BIOL A240 - INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY FOR
HEALTH SCIENCES
4 CR
COREQUISITE: BIOL A240L. General introductory microbiology
covering bacterial metabolism and genetics, virology, host parasite
interactions, host defense mechanisms and epidemiology.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36373 BIOL A240
Additional Fees
$80
SEC
R10
Instructor
P. Brennan
Dates
1/13-4/27
Location
P201
Days/Times
T, 1:30-4:10pm
BIOL A240L - INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY LAB
COREQUISITE: BIOL A240
CRN
36376
SUBJ
BIOL
CRSE
A240L
SEC
R10
Instructor
P. Brennan
Dates
1/15-4/29
0 CR
Location
P203
Days/Times
Th, 1:30-4:10pm
!
0 CR
Informal Writing Group. Participants will write and workshop each
other’s writing; Memoir, family stories, personal essays and more.
Prompts and facilitator feedback provided. Designed for selfmotivated people with writing experience.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36377 CED
A194
Additional Fees
$150
SEC
R10
Instructor
M. Weiss
Dates
1/27-3/2
Location
P219
Days/Times
W, 1-3pm
!
CED A049 - VISITING POET WRITING WORKSHOP N E W 0 CR
National Book Award Finalist, Conn. Former Poet Laureate and
nationally-acclaimed poet, Marilyn Nelson, will conduct a poetry
workshop. Expect to go home with an opened heart, a replenished
soul, and drafts of six or seven new poems.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
39075 CED
A049
Additional Fees
$55
SEC
R30
Instructor
M.Nelson
Dates
2/13-2/14
Location
P202
Days/Times
Sat. 2-4:30p;
Sun. 10a-2p
MARINE TECHNOLOGY
CED A049 - LINES, RIGGING AND GEAR
Modern material and repair techniques for Fishermen and Mariners
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38725 CED
A049
Additional Fees
$45
SEC
R23
Instructor
BulletProofNets
Dates
2/24-3/9
Location
P212
Days/Times
W, 6-8pm
CED A049 - DRILL CONDUCTOR TRAINING
Learn Man Overboard Recovery, emergency drills, helicopter
resucue, abandon ship procedures, cold water survival skills and
more. Meets USCG training requirements.
CRN
38950
SUBJ
CED
CRSE
A049
SEC
R24
EW
BIOL A178 - FUNDAMENTALS OF OCEANOGRAPHY N 3 CR
Principles of oceanography, with emphasis on the ocean’s biological, physical, chemical, and geological processes, and how ocean
processes affect the atmosphere.
Registration Restrictions: Placement into MATH A105 or higher.
NEW
CED A049 - WRITING GROUP
Instructor
AMSEA
Dates
4/20
Location
P202
Days/Times
W, 8a-7p
CED A049 - VESSEL STABILITY AWARENESS
Stay upright and watertight! Learn stability terminology, watertight
integrity, operational considerations, damage control, stability guide
formats and more!
CRN
38952
SUBJ
CED
CRSE
A049
SEC
R25
Instructor
AMSEA
Dates
4/21
Location
P202
Days/Times
Th, 8a-3p
CED A049 - ERGONOMICS FOR COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN
AND INDUSTRY WORKERS
Avoid injuries and make more money! Injury risk factors and prevention, workstation and tool design, stretches and excersizes
are covered.
CRN
38951
SUBJ
CED
CRSE
A049
SEC
R26
Instructor
AMSEA
Dates
4/21
Location
P202
Days/Times
Th, 3-4:30p
!
N E WCED A049 - OUTBOARD ENGINE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
Basics of outboard engine theory and operation, diagnosis and
repair of common problems.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38972 CED
A049
Additional Fees
$75
SEC
R30
Instructor
Location
G. Dunham, M.A.P. In Demand Marine
Dates
Days/Times
2/26-2/28
F,6-9p; Sat. 9a-5p;
Sun. 10a-4p
Spring 2016 Course Schedule • Kachemak Bay Campus • www.kpc.alaska.edu/kbc • [email protected]
7
CHEM A103- SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY
CED • (Continued)
CED A049 - OPERATING A SKIFF FOR THE 1st TIMER N E W
!
So you want to run a boat, do you; what do you call the pointy
end? Learn how to operate a skiff for commercial or individual use.
Covers safety equipment/gear and practices, tying up a skiff/knots,
lines, handling techniques, loading a skiff, towing techniques, and
more. Includes hands-on excersizes in harbor.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
39110 CED
A049
Additional Fees
$35
SEC
R31
Instructor
STAFF
Dates
3/26
W
CED A049 - DECKHAND SKILLS N E
!
Location
Harbormaster’s Office
Days/Times
Sa, 10am-2pm
Gain practical skills for being a deckhand on any vessel. Includes
safety and survival skills, lines, knots, loading, wheelhouse expectations and more.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
39146 CED
A049
Additional Fees
$60
SEC
R32
Instructor
STAFF
Dates
4/9-4/10
Location
P201
Days/Times
9am-5pm
WATCH FOR MORE
MARITIME TECHNOLOGY CLASSES
INCLUDING VESSEL SYSTEMS
!
CED A172 - WOODWORKING N E W
SEC
R20
3 CR
Instructor
J. Brege
Dates
1/23-3/12
W
OSE AC019 - PLANT COMBINATIONS N E
Location
HHS 605
Days/Times
S,10am-3 pm
!
Create sizzle and subtlety in your garden.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38956 OSE
AC019
Additional Fees
$35
SEC
R50
Instructor
B. Adams
Dates
3/5
.25 ceu
Location
P202
Days/Times
Sat, 10am-1pm
NEW
!
OSE AC019 - POLLINATORS AND BIRDS IN YOUR GARDEN
.25 ceu
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38964 OSE
AC019
Additional Fees
$35
SEC
R51
Instructor
B. Adams
Dates
4/2
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37782 CHEM A103
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
R20
Instructor
C.Matney
Dates
4/12
Location
P201
Days/Times
Sat, 10am-1pm
Location
P212
Days/Times
Tu, 6-8:30pm
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MATH A055.
Introductory course for students with little or no chemistry
background. Covers units of measurement, matter, atoms, periodic
table, nomenclature, equations, oxidation-reduction, solutions,
calculations, and problem solving.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36395 CHEM A055
Additional Fees
$54
8
SEC
RWB
Instructor
M. Stineff
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
3 CR
Second semester in the general chemistry sequence for science
majors. Topics include kinetics, equilibrium chemistry, acid-base
chemistry, oxidation-reduction reactions, electrochemical cell
chemistry, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry and chemical
analysis methods. NOTE: Live video-conferenced from KRC.
CRN
36413
SUBJ CRSE
CHEM A106
SEC
RV1
Instructor
T. Long
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
P103
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 2:30-3:45pm
CIOS A120A - BOOKKEEPING SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS I:
QUICKBOOKS
1 CR
PREREQUISITE: Basic keyboarding skills, working knowledge of
computers. Knowledge of bookkeeping principles is recommended.
Introduces the QuickBooks 2014 accounting program. Covers basic
bookkeeping procedures for company setup and maintenance, data
input for check register, accounts receivable, accounts payable,
banking, and sales tax. LIMIT: 15.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37783 CIOS A120A
Additional Fees
$18
Location
Web-based
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Castimore
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
CIOS A135A - SPREADSHEETS I: MS EXCEL
1 CR
PREREQUISITES: Keyboarding skills and knowledge of Windows.
Introduces fundamental concepts in the design and use of
spreadsheets. Includes basic commands, formulas and functions,
and inserting of charts, objects, and hyperlinks. LIMIT: 15
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37785 CIOS A135A
Additional Fees
$15
EW!
CHEM • Chemistry
CHEM A055 - CONTEMPORARY CHEMISTRY
Instructor
M. Stineff
Dates
1/11-5/2
CHEM A106 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
SEC
R30
Instructor
J. Castimore
Dates
4/9-4/30
Location
P211
Days/Times
Sa, 10am-1:15pm
COMM • Communication
OSE AC019 - USE OF FERTILIZERS IN THE GARDENN .25 ceu
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38966 OSE
AC019
Additional Fees
$25
SEC
RWB
CIOS • Computer Information and Office Systems
Course designed to cover woodworking techniques. Includes
construction of items of personal choice.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
38798 CED
A172
Additional Fees
$40
3 CR
Survey of topics including: matter, energy, units of measurement,
the periodic table, atomic and molecular structure, chemical
bonding, radioactivity, oxidation-reduction reactions, solutions
involving acids, bases and buffers; and an introduction to organic
chemistry with units on functional groups and the chemistry of
alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes.
COMM A241 - PUBLIC SPEAKING
3 CR
Skills applicable to informative, persuasive, and special occasion
platform speaking. Emphasis on effective selection, organization,
and presentation of material to diverse audiences across diverse
settings. Students will develop oral communication skills by engaging in a variety of exercises and individual presentations.
CRN
36443
SUBJ CRSE
COMM A241
SEC
R10
Instructor
B. Graber
Dates
1/13-4/27
Location
B104
Days/Times
T, 10:00am-12:40pm
CWLA • Creative Writing
See CED A094 Writing and Poetry Workshops, page 7, ENGL
A260 Introduction to Creative Writing, page 9 , ENGL A362
Writers’ Workshop: Fiction, page 9
Spring 2016 Course Schedule • Kachemak Bay Campus • www.kpc.alaska.edu • [email protected]
ENGL A111 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITION
CS • Computer Science
CS A101 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
3 CR
PREREQUISITES: MATH A105 with minimum grade of C or
equivalent.
Offers a broad overview of computer science designed to provide
students with an appreciation for and an understanding of the many
different aspects of computer science. The following basic computer
skills are expected: how to use a web browser, send email, edit
with a word processor, copy files, open and save documents, and
open and close windows.
CRN
38949
SUBJ
CS
CRSE
A101
SEC
R10
Instructor
G. Chesley
Dates
1/14-4/28
Location
P211
Days/Times
Th, 1:15-3:45pm
DN • Dietetics and Nutrition
3 CR
PREREQUISITES: BIOL A112 or CHEM A104.
Studies nutrition in the life cycle including food sources and
requirements of nutrients; physiological and metabolic aspects of
nutrient function. Reviews disease states, food selection, cultural
and contemporary issues of concern to health professionals.
SEC
RWB
Instructor
S. Woods
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
DNCE A170 - DANCE APPRECIATION
3 CR
Develops an appreciation of dance for observers and participants
through course readings, lectures, videos, live performances,
writing, movement, and discussion sessions. Explores dance
in social and cultural contexts, and as an aesthetic and
kinesthetic experience. Dances across cultures examined with
the development of dance as an art form in Europe and America.
CRSE
A170
SEC
RWB
Instructor
L. Roff
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
PRPE A108 - INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING
CRSE
A108
SEC
R10
Instructor
M. Murray
Dates
1/11-5/2
SEC
R10
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36487 ENGL A120
Additional Fees
$54
Instructor
B. Graber
Dates
1/14-4/28
SEC
RWB
Location
B104
Days/Times
W, 10:30am-1:10pm
3 CR
Instructor
B.Graber
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
ENGL A201 - MASTERPIECES OF WORLD LITERATURE I 3 CR
CRN
SUBJ
36493
ENGL
Additional Fees
$54
CRSE
A201
Location
B102
Days/Times
W, 10:30-1:10pm
Poetry Workshop with Marilyn Nelson
SEC
RWB
Instructor
H. Reichenberg
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
ENGL A213 - WRITING IN THE SOCIAL AND NATURAL
SCIENCES
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: ENGL A111 or appropriate score on English
placement test.
Instruction in academic writing based on close analysis of readings
in various disciplines, primarily the social and natural sciences.
Develops a broad range of expository writing skills, including
composition of the empirical report. APA research paper required.
SUBJ
ENGL
CRSE
A213
SEC
R10
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: Appropriate score on English placement test,
Introduces composition of multi-paragraph essays that conform
to Standard American English for college writing. Includes critical
reading skills to enhance students’ writing. Continues intensive
practice in punctuation, sentence combining, revising, and editing.
SUBJ
PRPE
CRSE
A111
Introductory course emphasizing principles and techniques of
critical thinking. Focuses on a variety of methods for analyzing
written and visual arguments in a variety of media.
CRN
36504
ENGL • English
CRN
36655
SUBJ
ENGL
Emphasizes understanding literature, forming critical vocabulary,
and developing critical judgment. Selected masterpieces from
ancient times through the early-modern period.
DNCE • Dance
CRN
SUBJ
36453
DNCE
Additional Fees
$54
CRN
36486
ENGL A120 - CRITICAL THINKING
DN A203 - NUTRITION FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36452 DN
A203
Additional Fees
$54
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: PRPE A108 with minimum grade of C or
appropriate score on English placement test.
Provides instruction in responding to academic and civic writing
situations. Students learn rhetorical knowledge (e.g., how to write
for a purpose and an audience, how to adopt an appropriate voice,
tone, and level of formality); they engage in critical thinking, reading,
and writing; they learn about processes and technologies available
for producing texts; and they refine knowledge of academic
conventions, including inquiry and research writing, documentation,
and Standard Written English.
Instructor
B. Graber
Dates
1/12-4/26
Location
B104
Days/Times
R, 10:30am-1:10pm
ENGL A260 - INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
3 CR
Introduction to creative writing in multiple genres. Reading fiction,
nonfiction, and poetry; analysis of stylistic features; and production
of written exercises and texts.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37787 ENGL A260
Additional Fee:
$5
SEC
R20
Instructor
T.Sundmark
Dates
1/12-4/26
Location
P209
Days/Times
Tu, 5:30-8:10pm
SEE CED A049
Whether giving voice to massive racial injustice or the
tenderest moments of the human heart, Marilyn’s poems
radiate with the human spirit -- Join Marilyn to transform
your life’s truths into poems that are distinctive and inimitable, because they speak from your heart and your soul.
Using imagery, language, or poetic technique as prompts,
you’ll write from your own truths, creating poems that will
be shared with others but not closely critiqued.
ENGL A362 - WRITERS’ WORKSHOP: FICTION
PREREQUISITE: Basic creative writing skills
Techniques of writing fiction with intensive critique of each
student’s work.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37788 ENGL A362
Additional Fee:
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
R. Chiappone
Dates
1/11-5/2
Spring 2016 Course Schedule • Kachemak Bay Campus • www.kpc.alaska.edu/kbc • [email protected]
3 CR
Location
Web-based
9
HS • Heath Science
FT • Fisheries Technology
For full listing of semester courses, and information on the
Fisheries Technology programs please visit:
http://www.uas.alaska.edu/career_ed/fisheries/index.html
HCA • Health Care Assisting
Placement Test and application packet (available at Enrollment
Services) must be completed prior to registration for HCA
A105.
HCA A105 - CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE
6 CR
PREREQUISITE: Placement test and application. PRPE A086,
MATH A054 or higher. Preparation to be an Alaska State Certified
Nurse Aide. Includes CPR training, medical terminology, basic
anatomy, first aid and skills labs. Includes on-site clinical training
at local health care facilities.
Other agency fees: Fingerprinting/passport photo fee (varies,
approx. $25); $336.50 for state test, application and certification payable later to the State of Alaska; Blood tests fee (varies); text
book, scrubs, and stethoscope fees (approx. $169.65, available
at KBC bookstore). LIMIT:10.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36534 HCA
A105
Additional fees
$35
SEC
R10
Dates
1/25-4/1
4/4-4/15
Instructor
H. Bradshaw
Location
B105
Days/Times
Lecture, M/F, 9am-3pm
Clinicals: M/Tu/W/Th, 7am-3pm
HIST • History
HIST A102 - WESTERN CIVILIZATION II
3 CR
A survey of the developments in Western Civilization from 1650 to
the present. The major social, political, economic, intellectual and
cultural characteristics will be emphasized.
SUBJ
HIST
CRSE
A102
SEC
R10
Instructor
M. Hawfield
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
B104
Days/Times
M/W, 9-10:15am
HIST A131 - HISTORY OF UNITED STATES I
3 CR
A chronological overview of United States history from ancient
America through the Civil War. Examines social, political, and
economic forces that have shaped the country during the period.
Students will be introduced to primary sources and interpretations
in American history.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36541 HIST
A131
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
M. Hawfield
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
EW
HIST A308 - EUROPE IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES N
!
3 CR
An analysis of key issues in Europe from roughly 1000-1400, including feudal and manorial structures, religious developments,such as
new monastic orders and the growth of papal power, intellectual
and economic developments such as the rise of scholasticism and
book-keeping, and political and social developments. Particular
emphasis will be placed on the impact of the Crusades, the Twelfth
Century Renaissance, religious minorities, dissent, and rural and
urban life.
CRN
37786
10
SUBJ
HIST
CRSE
A308
SEC
RV1
Instructor
M. Hawfield
Dates
1/14-4/28
3 CR
Orientation to health issues in the United States and Alaska. Explores basic dynamics of health and illness, transition from infections to chronic illness, measures of population health and overall
health care delivery system. Examines medical, psychological,
socio-cultural, economic and environmental factors related to
health status and prevention of illness at the individual and the
community levels.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36552 HS
A220
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
S. Woods
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
HUMS • Human Services
HUMS A122 - SUBSTANCE ABUSE AS A CONTEMPORARY
PROBLEM
3 CR
Introduction to current issues in addictions with emphasis on understanding alcohol and other drug use in historical, social, cultural,
legal, and public health/policy contexts.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36557 HUMS A122
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Carter
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
HUMS A124 - INTRO. TO PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGYN
OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE
3 CR
EW!
Introduces basic properties and effects of psychoactive substances
on human physiology from a subsatnce abuse treatment perspective.
See Political Science, pg. 12
CRN
36540
HS A220 - CORE CONCEPTS IN HEALTH SCIENCE
Location
P212
Days/Times
Th, 10am-12:40pm
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
37784 HUMS A124
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Carter
Dates
1/11-5/2
HUMS A153 - HUMAN RELATIONS
Location
Web-based
3 CR
A survey of human relations to include communication, problem
solving, interaction, relationship, choice and change skills.
Crosslisted with PSY A153.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36558 HUMS A153
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Person
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
HUMS A155 - HUMAN RELATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE 3 CR
Presents human relation skills appropriate in the workplace. Course
includes skills related to task group team membership and leadership, problem solving and workplace etiquette.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36559 HUMS A155
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
J. Person
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
Come to the Homer Job and
College Fair
April 15th, 2016
Co-sponsored by KBC, Job Services, Homer News,
KPBSD & Project Grad
Spring 2016 Course Schedule • Kachemak Bay Campus • www.kpc.alaska.edu • [email protected]alaska.edu
MA A320 - ADV. CASE STUDIES IN MEDICAL CODING
JUST • Justice
JUST A211 INTRODUCTION TO RESTORATIVE JUSTICE 3 CR
PREREQUISITE: JUST A110. Introduces the development of
community and government responses to crime that encourage
healing, accountability, competency, and citizen involvement while
holding offenders and communities accountable. Includes theoretical and cultural roots, as well as an overview of restorative justice
practices in the U.S. criminal system.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36566 JUST A211
Additional fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
R. Rosencrans
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
JUST A251 CRIME AND DELINQUENCY
SEC
RWB
Instructor
R. Rosencrans
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
MA • Medical Assisting
MA A104 - ESSENTIALS OF HUMAN DISEASE
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MA A101 with minimum grade of C.
Presents a systematic approach to the study of human diseases
with an emphasis on signs and symptoms, etiology, and treatment
of the more common diseases and clinical disorders. Includes the
application of advanced medical terminology in the study of human
diseases and pathology.
Note: Videoconferenced from UAA. Limited enrollment, register
early.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
SEC
Instructor
31991 MA
A104
1V1
P. Ventgen
Additional Fees
Dates
$38 Distance Fee
1/11-5/2
Order books through UAA Bookstore.
CRN
SUBJ
CRSE
SEC
Instructor
32004
MA
A320
1V1
P. Ventgen
Additional Fees
Dates
$38 Distance + $35 MA Fee s
1/11-5/2
Order books through UAA Bookstore.
Location
P103
Days/Times
M, 5:30-8:00pm
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: JUST A110 or SOC A101
Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and
control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical
perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special
attention to the application of empirical research methods to
important theoretical issues. Crosslisted with SOC A251
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36568 JUST A251
Additional fees
$54
2 CR
PREREQUISITE: MA A220
Presents in-depth practice with procedural and diagnostic coding
as it applies to the ambulatory care setting through the analysis
of case studies. Strengthens and improves voding skills by comprehensively coding both diagnoses and procedures for the same
medical record.
Note: Videoconferenced from UAA. Limited enrollment, register
early.
Location
P103
Days/Times
M/W, 1-2:15pm
See STAT A252, pg.13
MATH A054 - PRE-ALGEBRA
3 CR
Topics include operations and applications of whole numbers,
integers, fractions, decimals, ratios andproportions, percents,
geometry and measures, evaluation of algebraic expressions and
applications.
CRN
SUBJ
36578
MATH
Additional fees
$54
CRSE
A054
SEC
RWB
Instructor
A. Stineff
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
MATH A055 - ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MATH A054 min.grade of C or placement test.
Topics include evaluating and simplifying algebraic expressions,
ploynomials, factoring, integer exponents, rational expressions,
solutions of linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations
and graphs of lines.
CRN
36587
SUBJ
MATH
CRSE
A055
SEC
R10
Instructor
D. Wanamaker
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
B102
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 1:30-2:45 pm
MATH A105 - INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
MA A220 - CODING FOR THE MEDICAL OFFICE
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MA A101, BIOL A111 and BIOL A112
Presents procedural and diagnostic coding in the ambulatory health
care setting. Includes principles of medical coding, conventions and
guidelines, importance of accuracy in coding, and an understanding
of legal and ethical issues.
Note: Videoconferenced from UAA. Limited enrollment, register
early.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
SEC
Instructor
36848 MA
A220
1V2
P. Ventgen
Additional Fees
Dates
$38 Distance + $35 MA Fee s
1/13-4/27
Order books through UAA Bookstore.
MATH • Mathematics
Location
P103
Days/Times
W, 5:30-8pm
REGISTER EARLY!
Pay later!
Payment is not due until February 1st!
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MATH A055 min. grade of C or placement test.
Includes sets, properties of real numbers, exponents and radicals,
solution of first- and second-degree equations and inequalities.
Also covers word problems, fundamental operations with
polynomials, factoring, special products, rational expressions,
functions, conic sections, Cartesian graphing of first and second
degree equations and inequalities, and systems of equations and
introduction to logarithmic and exponential functions.
CRN
36596
SUBJ
MATH
CRSE
A105
SEC
R10
Instructor
S. Reinert
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
B102
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 8:45-10 am
MATH A151 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS
4 CR
(Formerly MATH A107)
PREREQUISITE: MATH A105 min.grade of C or placement test.
Study of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions; systems
of equations; and applications.
CRN
37777
SUBJ
MATH
CRSE
A151
SEC
RV1
Instructor
S.Reinert
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
P212
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 1-2:45pm
Spring 2016 Course Schedule • Kachemak Bay Campus • www.kpc.alaska.edu/kbc • [email protected]
11
PER A220 - INTERMEDIATE HATHA YOGA
MATH • (Continued)
MATH A152 - TRIGONOMETRY (Formally MATH A108
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MATH A107 min. grade of C or placement test
Covers angular measure and trigonometric functions, fundamental
trigonometric identities, composite angle identities, and graphs of
trigonometric functions. Also includes complex numbers, DeMoivre’s theorem, solution of right and oblique triangles, solution of
trigonometric equations, inverse trigonometric functions and vectors. Provides calculation practice helpful for physics, engineering
and survey technology courses.
CRN
37779
SUBJ
MATH
CRSE
A152
SEC
RV1
Instructor
S.Reinert
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
P212
Days/Times
M/W, 1-2:15 pm
MT • Marine Technology
MT A231 - VESSEL COMMERCIAL LICENSE PREPARATION
3 CR
Preparation for passing the USCG license exam for motor boat
operator of uninspected passenger vessels, and master, inland and
near coastal. NOTE: Additional navigation texts, tools and charts
need to be purchased from the Kachemak Bay Campus bookstore
SUBJ
MT
CRSE
A231
SEC
R20
Instructor
M. Bullock
Dates
Tu 2/2-3/8
Sa 2/13-3/12
Location
P201
Days/Times
Tu 6-8:40p
Sa 10am-3pm
NURS • Nursing
The following Nursing courses are part of the distance delivered
Associates Degree in Nursing program offered at KBC by the
UAA School of Nursing in rotating years. Prerequisite courses are
offered on an on-going basis. Students interested in applying for this
competitive admissions program should contact the UAA School
of Nursing, 907-786-4650. Additional information is available from
Carol Klamser, RN, Ph.D. 235-0613, KBC’s UAA nursing professor.
NURS A120 - NURSING FUNDAMENTALS
3 CR
Restricted to KBC-admitted AAS Nursing Degree students.
CO-REQUISITE: NURS A120L
NOTE: Video conferenced from UAA.
CRN
32405
SUBJ
NURS
CRSE
A120
SEC
1V2
CRN
38742
SUBJ
PER
CRSE
A220
Instructor
Location
Kinley, Murray & Pierce
B106
Dates
Days/Times
1/11-5/2
M, 1:00-3:30p
NURS A120L - NURSING FUNDAMENTALS LAB
SUBJ
NURS
CRSE
A120L
SEC
104
Instructor
C. Klamser
Dates
1/11-5/2
PER • Physical Education and Recreation
1 CR
Introduces yoga physical exercises, breathing, relaxation and
concentration techniques as an approach to wellness.
CRN
38236
12
SUBJ
PER
CRSE
A120
SEC
R20
Instructor
A. Raupp
Dates
1/26-3/29
Location
P202
Days/Times
M, 5:30-7:30pm
1 CR
Introduces Tai Chi exercises designed to improve health, tranquility,
energy, and strength. SPECIAL NOTE: Includes Qi Gong breathing
exercises and step by step instruction through the Tai Chi form.
No previous Tai Chi experience is required.
CRN
36634
SUBJ
PER
CRSE
A123
SEC
R20
Instructor
D. Sundmark
Dates
1/28-4/28
Location
P202
Days/Times
Th, 5:30-7pm
1 CR
Presents intermediate Tai Chi exercises designed to improve
health, tranquility, energy, and strength. SPECIAL NOTE: Includes
Qi Gong breathing exercises and step by step instruction through
the Tai Chi form
CRN
36638
SUBJ
PER
CRSE
A223
SEC
R20
Instructor
D. Sundmark
Dates
1/28-4/28
Location
P202
Days/Times
Th, 5:30-7pm
PHYS • Physics
PHYS A124- BASIC PHYSICS II
3 CR
Non-calculus introduction to electricity and magnetism, waves,
optics, light and some modern and nuclear physics. Limited
emphasis on historical development of physics.
NOTE: Live video conference from KRC.
CRN
37775
SUBJ
PHYS
CRSE
A124
SEC
RV1
Instructor
M. Reza
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
P103
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 11:30-12:45pm
PRT • Process Technology
PRT A101 - INTRODUCTION PROCESS TECHOLOGY
3 CR
Introduction to industrial process operations through an overview
of general information, processes, procedures and equipment.
NOTE: Live video-conference from KRC.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36669 PRT
A101
Additional Fees
$15
4 CR
Location
B105
Days/Times
M, 3:30-5:00p/W,R, 9a-5p
PER A120 - BEGINNING KUNDALINI YOGA
Instructor
A. Tetor
Dates
2/8-4/18
PER A123 - BEGINNING TAI CHI
SEC
RV1
Instructor
D. Ellis
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
P103
Days/Times
M/W, 8:30-9:45am
PS • Political Science
Restricted to KBC-admitted AAS Nursing Degree students.
CRN
32409
SEC
R20
PER A223 - INTERMEDIATE TAI CHI
See Community Education, page 7. Watch for more Maritime
Classes!
CRN
36602
1 CR
Presentes intermediate yoga physical exercises, breathing, relaxation and concentration techniques as an approach to wellness.
PS A102 - INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE
3 CR
The exploration of basic principles and processes of major branches
of the discipline of political science, including American government,
comparative politics, international relations and policatl philosophy.
CRN
37773
SUBJ
PS
CRSE
A102
SEC
RV1
Instructor
M. Hawfield
Dates
1/14-4/28
Location
P202
Days/Times
Tu, 6-8p
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Location
B104
Days/Times
Th 2:30-5:10 pm
PSY • Psychology
THR • Theatre
See Human Services, page 10.
PSY A150 - LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
3 CR
Reviews physical, cognitive, and socioemotional aspects of human
growth, maturation, and development across the lifespan. Special
attention is given to the effects of broader sociocultural influences
on development.
CRN
36711
SUBJ
PSY
CRSE
A150
SEC
R10
Instructor
B. Partridge
Dates
1/12-4/26
Location
P201
Days/Times
Tu 10:15 am-12:45 pm
PSY A153 - HUMAN RELATIONS
NEW
SEC
RWB
!
Instructor
J. Person
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
PSY A200 - INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
3 CR
An introduction to the principles of behavior analysis used
to understand and change behavior. Students will learn how
behavioral scientists observe, measure and change behavior to
help people live healthy, productive lives.
Meets General Education Requirements.
CRN
37770
SUBJ
PSY
CRSE
A200
SEC
RV1
Instructor
B. Partridge
Dates
1/13-4/27
Location
P212
Days/Times
W,10am-12:40pm
PSY A368 - PERSONALITY
3 CR
PREREQUISITES: ENGL A111, PSY A111 or PSY A150.
Survey of modern and contemporary theories of personality and
personality development.
CRN
SUBJ
36721
PSY
Additional Fees
$54
CRSE
A368
SEC
RWB
Instructor
B. Partridge
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
SPAN • Spanish
SPAN A101 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
4 CR
Introductory course for students with no previous knowledge of the
Spanish language. Develops listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in Spanish for effective communication at the elementary
level. Students gain understanding of basic cross-cultural perspectives. Course conducted in Spanish.
CRN
38235
SUBJ
SPAN
CRSE
A101
SEC
R10
Instructor
H. Caraballo
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
P209
Days/Times
M/W, 11 am - 12:45 pm
STAT • Statistics
STAT A252 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
3 CR
PREREQUISITE: MATH A105 minimum grade of C or placement
test
Introduction to statistical reasoning. Emphasis on concepts rather
than in-depth coverage of traditional statistical methods. Topics
include sampling and experimentation, descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, estimation, single-sample
and two-sample hypothesis tests..
CRN
36739
SUBJ
STAT
CRSE
A252
SEC
R10
Instructor
S. Reinert
Dates
1/11-5/2
3 CR
Survey of theatre with focus on artists who contribute to
theatrical production viewed within the context of historical styles
and development.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36744 THR
A111
Additional Fees
$54
SEC
RWB
Instructor
L.Roff
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
Web-based
WELD • Welding
3 CR
A survey of human relations to include communication, problem
solving, interaction, relationship, choice and change skills.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36712 PSY
A153
Additional Fees
$54
THR A111 - INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
WELD A103 - ARC WELDING
4 CR
Emphasizes welder certification on open root welding of plate.
Open to beginner as well as experienced welder. Students certify
on .375 inch plate, open root or with backing, to ASME or AWS
code standards. LIMIT: 12 combined with WELD A104 & A105
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36748 WELD A103
Additional Fees
$275
SEC
R20
Instructor
L. Staehle
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
HHS 608
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 5:30-9:30pm
WELD A104 - ARC WELDING: LOW HYDROGEN ELECTRODES
4 CR
PREREQUISITE: WELD A103 or arc welding experience. Emphasis on welder certification with low-hydrogen electrodes. Students
certify on .500 inch plate with backing to AWS code standards.
LIMIT: 12 combined with WELD A103 & A105
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36751 WELD A104
Additional Fees
$275
SEC
R20
Instructor
L. Staehle
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
HHS 608
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 5:30-9:30pm
WELD A105 PIPE WELDING
4 CR
PREREQUISITE: Current certification of plate, open root, vertically
upward, or pre-test given during registration.
Covers welding of pipe in all positions, open root, uphill and downhill. Pipe sizes of 4-6 inch schedule 40.
CRN
SUBJ CRSE
36754 WELD A105
Additional Fees
$275
SEC
R20
Instructor
L. Staehle
Dates
1/12-4/28
Location
HHS 608
Days/Times
Tu/Th, 5:30-9:30pm
WS • Women’s Studies / SOC • Sociology
WS A252 WOMEN AND SOCIAL ACTION
3 CR
Cross-listed with SOC A252.
Examines the evolving role of women in contemporary organizations
and social movements with an emphasis on leadership.
CRN
SUBJ
38927
WS
Additional Fee
$54
CRSE
A252
SEC
RWB
Instructor
Location
K. Hohman-Billmeier Web-based
Dates
1/11-5/2
Location
B102
Days/Times
M/W, 8:45 -10 am
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Campus Policies
Children
on Campus
Children are not permitted in class while classes are in session. They may not be left unattended anywhere including the library,
commons, hallways, and reception areas.
Directory The Kenai Peninsula College chooses NOT to release directory information to anyone outside the institution without written consent of
Information the student, except as indicated below. Directory information includes student name, address, telephone number, date and place of
birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, etc. Exceptions to the above policy are as follows:
1. Names of students appearing on the KPC Dean’s List, Chancellor’s List and scholarship recipients will be released to various
media; also names and addresses of honor students will be provided to the media unless the request not to do so has been received
in the Student Records Office.
2. Student names and degree/certificates will appear in the commencement program and will be released to various media requesting lists of candidates/graduates unless a written request not to do so has been received by the Student Records Office.
3. Exceptions may be made in response to a subpoena or court order as allowed under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy
Act of 1974, as amended.
Disclaimer
Kenai Peninsula College (Kenai River and Kachemak Bay Campuses, the Resurrection Bay and Anchorage Extension Sites) is
part of the University of Alaska Anchorage, which includes Anchorage, Kodiak, Matanuska-Susitna and Valdez. As such, five (5)
documents (catalogs) comprise the complete catalog for UAA.
It is the responsibility of the student to become familiar with the policies and regulations of UAA printed in the KPC catalog and the
UAA Catalog. The responsibility for meeting all graduation requirements rests with the student. Every effort is made to ensure
the accuracy of the information contained in this course schedule, however, the Kachemak Bay Campus-Kenai Peninsula College
course schedule is a guide for the convenience of students, not a contract. The University reserves the right to change or withdraw
courses, to change the fees, rules and calendar for admission, registration, instruction, and graduation, and to change other regulations affecting the student body at any time.
This KPC, Kachemak Bay Campus/UAA publication was produced by KBC to provide information to the public and was printed in
Anchorage, Alaska. For more information contact: KBC Administration, 907-235-7743, [email protected]
Equal
Opportunity
It is the policy of the University of Alaska to provide equal educational and employment opportunities and to provide services and
benefits to all students and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, physical handicap, or veteran
status. For more information regarding equal oppurtunity and other policy and procedures please go to http://www.kpc.alaska.
edu/about/policies-and-procedures/
Photo
and Video
Kachemak Bay Campus takes photos and video of students and visitors in classrooms, study areas, the library, lounge areas and
at special events. KBC reserves the right to use these photographs as a part of its publicity and marketing efforts. Students who
enroll at KBC do so with the understanding that these photographs might include them and be used in college publications, both
printed and electronic, for publicity purposes.
Solicitation
on Campus
Kenai Peninsula College is a venue where many voices can be heard and many perspectives discussed. KPC facilitates and
maximizes the free speech experience and respects diversity and all it encompasses. KPC recognizes that off-campus groups
may desire, on KPC property, to advocate a position or provide information on a service or product. Such groups may rent campus
space for meetings. These groups include non-profit and for-profit groups and businesses. The complete policy is available online
at http://www.kpc.alaska.edu/academics/catalog/chapter-08-student-freedoms-rights-responsibility/solicitation-on-campus-policy/
Student
Records
Student records are maintained for the benefit of the student. They are used to promote the instruction, career development, guidance, and educational progress of students. In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, Public Law
93-380, as amended, the student has access to specific information contained in his or her official records as specified by that act.
Student records may be released to other persons, agencies, or institutions with a demonstrated interest in the student only if a
written release has been signed by that student. College staff will have access to student records when there is a demonstrated
educational interest in the student
Student Rights,
Freedoms,and Responsibilites
www.uaa.alaska.edu/students/campussafety.cfm
This web site serves as UAA’s central access point for campus safety information.
Campus Security & Fire Safety Report
The Campus Security & Fire Safety Report is required by federal law and contains policy statements and crime statistics for UAA. The policy statements
address UAA’s policies, procedures, and programs concerning safety and security, for example, policies for responding to emergency situations and
sexual offenses. Three years’ worth of statistics are included for certain types of crimes that were reported to have occurred on campus, in or on offcampus buildings or property owned or controlled by UAA and on public property within or immediately adjacent to the campuses. In addition, the report
includes fire safety information and statistics pertaining to the residential community on the Anchorage campus. This report is available online at www.
uaa.alaska.edu/safety. You may also request a paper copy from the UAA Dean of Students Office located in Room 204 of the Student Union on the
Anchorage campus.
Drug Free Schools Notification
The Drug Free Schools Notification contains UAA’s alcohol and other drug policies and behavioral expectations for students and employees, disciplinary
actions for violations of these policies, and resources available for assistance with alcohol and other drug issues. This notification contains physiological
effects, risks and criminal penalties associated with alcohol and other drug use. The notification is available online at www.uaa.alaska.edu/students/
drugfreeschoolsreport.cfm. You may also request a paper copy from the UAA Dean of Students Office located in Room 204 of the Student Union on the
Anchorage campus.
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