Classes Still Open For Registration Spring 2015 Schedule
Last updated: 4/20/2015 6:53:59 AM

Reference No. Sec Time Days Room Faculty Crs Fee-A Avail
Seats
Dates
Credit Classes

BT121A

Basic Keyboarding
 Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course level. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.
 51 12:40pm-3:00pm -M-W--- AC 2610 J Aguilar 2 $15 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015
 52 8:00am-10:20am --T-R-- AC2610 M Heckman 2 $15 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT121B

Keyboard Formatting
 Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and ability to keyboard by touch. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.
 51 12:40pm-3:00pm -M-W--- AC 2610 J Aguilar 2 $15 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015
 52 8:00am-10:20am --T-R-- AC2610 M Heckman 2 $15 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZAA

Access - Level I
 Learn basic operations of a database using Access. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and a previous computer course and familiarity with Windows environment. USB is required on the first day of class. Prior knowledge of Microsoft applications is recommended.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZAB

Access - Level II
 Learn intermediate operations of a database using Access. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and BA131 or BT118 or BT210ZAA; or instructor consent. USB drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZBA

Publisher - Level I
 This course is for the student who needs an introductory knowledge of desktop publishing using Publisher. The following topics will be covered: page layout commands, WordArt, working with images, graphic accents, background pages, special features and creating a web site. The course is designed to provide a beginning foundation in desktop publishing for office or home computing. Prerequisite: RD090, with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and familiarity with Windows environment and keyboarding skills; or permission of instructor. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZBB

Publisher - Level II
 Learn intermediate features and functions of Publisher. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and BT210ZBA, Publisher - Level 1; or instructor consent. USB drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZEA

Excel - Level I
 Create simple spreadsheets using Excel. Prerequisite: RD090 and MTH20 each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels; and a beginning Windows course or equivalent experience. USB drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZEB

Excel - Level II
 Prerequisite: RD090 and MTH20 each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement into above stated course levels; and BA131 or BT210ZEA, Excel - Level I; or instructor consent. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZEC

Excel - Level III
 A hands-on course which expands on the intermediate excel spreadsheet knowledge. Emphasis will be on spreadsheet advanced functions such as database-like activities of sort and query; macros, recorded and written; and creating specialized menus. Prerequisite: RD090 and MTH20 each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels; and BT210ZEB or instructor consent. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZIO

Internet for the Business Professional
 The internet is a worldwide collection of computer networks that allow people to communicate with each other. Everyday, millions of people use the Internet at home and at work to research information, purchase goods and services, and speak to each other via electronic mail. This course introduces students to the Internet and the World Wide Web (www) and also to some of the ways in which the Internet and the www can be used within the business workplace. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and beginning computer course or equivalent experience.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZPA

PowerPoint - Level I
 Learn basic operations and create presentations using PowerPoint. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and a previous computer course and familiarity with Windows environment. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZPB

PowerPoint - Level II
 Intermediate operations of presentation software using PowerPoint. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and BA131 or BT210ZPA; or instructor consent. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZQA

QuickBooks for the Workplace
 Learn basic operations of the accounting software QuickBooks. Prerequisite: RD090 and MTH20 each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels. Prior coursework or knowledge in accounting recommended. Prior coursework and knowledge in computer use, the Windows environment and keyboarding experience also recommended.
 01 6:10pm-10:00pm ----R-- AC 2610 C Weesner 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZWA

Word - Level I
 Create, edit and format documents using Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and keyboarding speed of 20 wpm; and a beginning Windows course; or equivalent experience. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZWB

Word - Level II
 Learn intermediate features and functions of Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and BA131 or BT210ZWA; or instructor consent. Keyboarding skills are recommedned. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZWC

Word - Level III
 Designed for individuals who need to do word processing using the advanced features of Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level; and BT210ZWB; or instructor consent. Flash/jump drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

BT210ZWP

Beginning Windows
 This beginning course in Windows is for the student who needs an introductory knowledge of Windows. The focus is on user interface so the student can effectively "use" Windows. Prerequisite: RD090 with a grade of "C" or better, or placement above stated course level. USB drive is required on the first day of class.

Every attempt will be made to accommodate all students wanting to add BT210 classes. All sections with the same meeting time share seats and will not close until all similarly scheduled courses reach a total maximum enrollment.
 51 0:0am-0:0am ------- AC 2610 B Houchen 1 $25 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

CIS120L

Computer Concepts Lab I
 Prerequisite: RD090, WR090 and MTH020, each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels.

All face-to-face sections require a headset. All sections (except W1) use instruction in Microsoft Office 2007 or Microsoft Office 2010.
Note: Not all hybrid sections start in Week One.
 W4 0:0am-0:0am ------- WEB J Kennel 1 $90 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HD100A

College Success
 This course develops student understanding of the college culture and community. Course topics include college services, policies and procedures; goal setting; time management; educational planning; student responsibility and learning strategies for college success. All HD100 courses are equivalent; only one can be used to fulfill degree requirements.
 03 12:00pm-12:50pm -M-W--- AC 1520 J Hamblin 1 $10 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HD101

Back on Track for College Success
 08 10:30am-12:20pm --T-R-- AC 1519 M Turner 2 $10 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015
 11 12:00pm-1:50pm -M-W--- AC2728 D Tischler 2 $10 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HD110

Career Planning
 Not open to students who have completed HD208.
 02 9:00am-2:00pm ------S AC 1252 D Tischler 1 $10 Y 5/9/2015-5/9/2015
    9:00am-2:00pm ------S AC1252         5/23/2015-5/23/2015
 W2 0:0am-0:0am ------- WEB DForrester 1 $65 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015
 Please note there is a "virtual" class that must be attended on Tues, May 19 at 3 p.m. If you are unable to attend, there are make-up sessions on campus during regular business hours.

HE202

Adult Development and Aging
 Prerequisite: RD090 and WR090, each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels.
 51 11:00am-12:50pm ---W--- PE 107 Hannigan-M 1   Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HE205

Diet Appraisal
 Prerequisite: RD090, WR090 and MTH020, each with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course levels.
 W2 0:0am-0:0am ------- WEB D Markell 1 $55 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HE207

Stress Control Through Activity Intervention
 Prerequisite: None.
 51 12:00pm-12:50pm --T-R-- PE 139E D Markell 1   Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HE208

HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections
 Prerequisite: None.
 51 12:00pm-12:50pm --T-R-- PE 108 C Harnly 1   Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

HE261

CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
 Prerequisite: RD090, with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course level.
 05 8:30am-1:30pm U-----S PE 108 Nederhiser 1 $22 Y 6/6/2015-6/7/2015

HPE291

Lifeguard Training
 Prerequisite: RD090, with a grade of "C" or better; or placement above stated course level. On the first day of class, all participants must successfullycomplete a two-part swimming skill test to determine if they have the basic swimming abilities needed to complete the course. (1) Swim 300 yards continuously, using these strokes in the following order: a) 100 yards of front crawl using rhythmic breathing and a stabilizing, propellant kick. Rhythmic breathing can be performed either to the side or to the front. b) 100 yards of breaststroke using a pull, breathe, kick and glide sequence. c) 100 yards of either the front crawl or breaststroke. The 100 yards may be a combination of front crawl and breaststroke. (2) Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10 lb. object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to the starting point with the object and exit the water without using a ladder or steps, within 1 minute, 40 seconds.
 01 6:00pm-9:00pm --T-R-- PL 107 Bangerter 2 $30 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

IMTL151

Machine Shop III Lab
 Prerequisite: IMTL130 and IMTL131, each with a grade of "C" or better. Concurrent enrollment in IMTL150 or instructor consent is required.
 IS 0:0am-0:0am ------- IT TBA Z Canjar 3 $75 Y 3/30/2015-6/13/2015

IMTL163B

Welding Certification Preparation Lab
 Prerequisite: Completion of IMTL120 and either IMTL121 or IMTL121B with a grade of "C" or better; or IMTL140 and either IMTL141 or IMTL141B with a grade of "C" or better; or consent of instructor.
 40 2:10pm-5:00pm -M-W-F- IT 5 S Davis 2 $85 Y 4/27/2015-6/13/2015

MFG251

Applied Machine Shop Lab
 Prerequisite: MFG232 or instructor consent.
 IS 0:0am-0:0am ------- IT TBA Z Canjar 3 $75 Y 3/30/2015-6/13/2015

NRS222BC

Foundations of Nursing in Acute Care II and End-of-Life-B Clinic
 This clinical course provides the student with the opportunity to care for patients with complex and/or unstable health conditions, some of which may result in death. Evidence-based data is used to support appropriate focused assessments and effective, efficient nursing interventions which may require rapid decision making. Life span factors, cultural variables and legal aspects of care frame the ethical decision making employed in patient choices for treatment or palliative care within the acute care setting. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all prior nursing curriculum courses, each with a grade of "C" or better.
 01 0:0am-0:0am ----RF- OFF SITE K DeMarco 4 $300 Y 5/4/2015-6/6/2015

PE185KYI

Intermediate Whitewater Kayaking
 This course is designed to build upon the skills introduced in the beginning whitewater kayaking class. This class introduces students to more advanced whitewater kayaking skills. Emphasis is on river reading techniques, strokes, safety, self-rescue and rescue of others. This course prepares students to effectively navigate class III whitewater. Prerequisite: PE185KY. WL182 is recommended.
 01 1:10pm-4:00pm -----F- PL 50 S Conrad 1 $270 Y 5/22/2015-5/29/2015
    8:00am-6:00pm U----FS OFFSITE         6/5/2015-6/7/2015

PE185OJ

Introduction to Mountaineering
 Prerequisite: PE185WT or program coordinator consent. Students need to be in good physical condition to be comfortable on the field outings.
 02 9:00am-10:50am -M----- GE 201 J Stratman 1 $294 Y 5/18/2015-6/1/2015
 Students are requied to participate in field trips on May 24 and May 30-31.
    8:00am-6:00pm U------ OFFSITE         5/24/2015-5/24/2015
 Students are requied to participate in field trips on May 24 and May 30-31.
    8:00am-6:00pm U-----S OFFSITE         5/30/2015-5/31/2015
 Students are requied to participate in field trips on May 24 and May 30-31.
Non-Credit Classes

ART4B

Creative Jewelry Making
 Learn the fundamentals of simple jewelry construction (no string beading). More advanced students may learn casting and light setting.
 92 6:30pm-9:00pm --T---- DDSO221 J Cain 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-6/3/2015

ART4BW

Watercolor for All
 Approach watercolors using a variety of styles and techniques: glazing, masking, washes, textured effects, pouring, dry brushing, tricks and wet on wet. Learn color mixing, composition and color theory. Explore different ways of seeing to become more visually literate. Students work on subjects of their choice in a supportive, relaxed environment. Supply list at class. Beginning and continuing students welcome.
 91 6:00pm-9:00pm ---W--- VA 13 P Hobbs 0 $0 Y 4/8/2015-6/10/2015

ART4CC

Beginning Quilting
 Have you always wanted to try quilting, but didn't know where to begin? Do you find the array of books, patterns and tools both confusing and expensive? Then this class is for you! After our discussion on pattern selection, color theory, tools and techniques, sandwiching, quilting and binding, you will design your quilt and determine tools and supplies needed.
 92 6:00pm-8:30pm --T---- DDSO236 N Tubbs 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-5/19/2015

ART4ED

Experiments in Drawing
 Join the fun in this technique-based experimental drawing class! You'll be drawing from observation but will not focus on making "accurate" representational drawings. Discover how to use new materials, new techniques and ways to utilize your hands and arms for the pursuit of making more interesting and expressive drawings. Students will develop a "toolbox" of drawing techniques suitable to a great variety of drawing projects. Approximately $45 in supplies will need to be purchased.
 92 6:00pm-8:20pm ---W--- VA 15 P Driscoll 0 $0 Y 4/15/2015-6/3/2015

ART4MW

Mosaic Art Workshop I
 Students learn the ancient art and technique of direct-application mosaics using broken tile, dishes or glass shards. First class is a lecture, to inspire and distribute guidelines/supply list. Second class is an all-day, hands-on workshop. Final class allows students to grout their creations.
 91 11:00am-1:30pm U------ VA 13 Dugas-Tait 0 $0 Y 5/10/2015-5/10/2015
    11:00am-5:00pm U------ VA13         5/17/2015-5/17/2015
    11:00am-1:00pm U------ VA13         5/24/2015-5/24/2015

ART4PB

Transparent Watercolor
 Put the life in still life through the richness of perception. Emphasis is on vision training, drawing what you see and painting what you feel. Your own style will develop and expand through learning process and technique, including drawing shortcuts and color theory.
 31 9:00am-12:00pm -----F- MAY 304 P Hobbs 0 $0 Y 4/10/2015-6/12/2015

ART4PM

Art through the Ages
 Learn firsthand from works of art in the Portland Art Museum galleries. From ancient Greek to modern and contemporary, explore and analyze the wonderful complexities of art! Notes: $12 payable to "Portland Art Museum" for pass.
 20 12:00pm-2:00pm ------S OFF SITE K Whalen 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-4/18/2015

ART4TB

Pottery
 Hand-build or turn clay on electric wheel. Firing is done by instructor; $25 fee goes to the high school toward equipment use and room rental, does not include clay and supplies. Some experience is helpful. $25 fee goes to the high school toward equipment use and room rental, does not include clay and supplies. Some experience is helpful.
 92 6:00pm-9:00pm ---W--- DDSO223 R Linn 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-6/3/2015

ART4WB

Woodblock Printmaking 101
 91 9:00am-12:00pm ------S VA 13 C Harmon 0 $0 Y 3/28/2015-4/18/2015

DRV4DE

Driver Education ODOT Certified
 This 33-hour program through Reynolds High School has received state and national awards. Students will receive at least 12 hours of guided driving instruction, which includes six hours of behind-the-wheel and six hours of active observation. Students over the age of 17, or who already have their license, or who obtain their license prior to course completion will be charged an additional $210. To register or for more information, call 503-407-8974.
 91 3:30pm-6:00pm ------S RY TBA J Hogue 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/13/2015

FIN5RP

Modern Retirement Planning
 Planning your retirement can be confusing. This course help you set goals, address inflation, avoid mistakes, assess investments, manage risks, lower taxes and plan your estate. You will learn the pros and cons of many popular strategies in an unbiased, educational environment! The required textbook can be purchased at the first class for $25 (per household unit).
 91 8:00am-12:30pm ------S AC 1508 C Brewster 0 $0 Y 5/9/2015-5/16/2015
 92 5:00pm-9:30pm --T---- AC1508 C Brewster 0 $0 Y 5/12/2015-5/19/2015

GEN4MA

Preparation Techniques for Managers and Supervisors
 91 6:30pm-9:30pm ----R-- AC 1584 P Emery 0 $0 Y 4/16/2015-4/16/2015

GEN5SC

Strategies for Success in Today's Workforce
 91 9:00am-4:00pm ------S AC 1767 P Emery 0 $0 Y 4/18/2015-4/18/2015

GEN5TRA

Train the Trainer
 91 6:00pm-9:00pm ---W--- AC 1582 R Seemann 0 $0 Y 4/8/2015-4/22/2015

GEN6ZEA

Excel Level I
 Explore, experiment, and take advantage of the features of Excel . Learn how to build a basic spreadsheet, create an embedded chart; and use formulas, functions and formatting. Use your new skills to complete calculations, make decisions, graph data and develop professional looking reports! Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
 31 2:00pm-5:00pm ------S MAY 116 B Scott 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-5/2/2015

GEN6ZEB

Excel Level II
 Excel level II focuses on streamlining and enhancing spreadsheets with templates, charts, graphics, and formulas. Apply visual elements and advanced formulas to a worksheet to display data in various formats. Topics include: financial tables, data tables, amortization schedules, create, sort, and query tables, create templates, work with multiple worksheets and workbooks. Increase your confidence and build problem solving skills! Prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of Excel
 31 2:00pm-5:00pm ------S MAY 116 B Scott 0 $0 Y 5/9/2015-6/6/2015

GEN6ZWA

Word Level I
 Word is a full feature word processing program that allows you to create professional looking documents and revise them with ease. Explore ways to create flyers, letters, memos, resumes and more. Utilize Word editing tools to improve your work. Discover formatting techniques to visually enhance your documents by adding boarders, pictures and images. A great class to take!Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
 31 11:00am-2:00pm ------S MAY 116 B Scott 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-5/2/2015

GEN6ZWB

Word Level II
 Extend your basic skills and knowledge of Word and create more intricate and varied documents. Existing skills and knowledge are enhanced by covering more advanced aspects of key topics such as formatting, tables, and lists. New features are introduced such as merging, envelopes, mailing labels, multiple columns, text boxes and WordArt. Produce professional looking documents that reflect the quality of your work!Prerequisite: Word - Level I or consent of instructor.
 31 11:00am-2:00pm ------S MAY 116 B Scott 0 $0 Y 5/9/2015-6/6/2015

GUN4CH

Concealed Handgun Permit Class
 This one evening class is designed to satisfy all requirements to obtain an Oregon Concealed Handgun Permit. This class will cover safety and responsibility of firearm ownership as well as how to obtain a Concealed Handgun Permit, where the permit is valid and use of deadly force as described in ORS (Oregon Revised Statues). All students who complete class as specified by instructor will receive a Certificate of Completion.
 92 6:00pm-9:00pm -M----- AC 1767 S Curtain 0 $0 Y 5/11/2015-5/11/2015

HE4MC

Welcome to Medicare!
 Medicare doesn't have to be confusing. This course will help participants understand Medicare basics and make informed choices. Topics: Medicare eligibility and enrollment; Parts A, B, C and D; covered services; Medicare insurance policies; and problem resolution. This free course is taught by trained volunteers in cooperation with Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services.
 91 7:00pm-9:20pm ----R-- AC 1309 B Earnest 0 $0 Y 4/16/2015-4/16/2015
 92 7:00pm-9:20pm ----R-- AC1309 B Earnest 0 $0 Y 5/21/2015-5/21/2015
 93 7:00pm-9:20pm ----R-- AC1309 B Earnest 0 $0 Y 6/11/2015-6/11/2015

HRT4MM

Mycelium Under our Feet - How Our Lives Are Touched by Mushrooms
 The goal of the class is to raise awareness of homeowners and landscape professionals of the importance of mycelium in vegetable gardens, nurseries, landscapes and the forests that surround us all. Understand the causes of mycelium degradation and solutions for restoring fungal balance in the environment.
 91 6:30pm-8:30pm --T---- FISH1 S Schmidt 0 $0 Y 5/26/2015-5/26/2015

HRT4P

Pruning Like a Pro
 This class teaches plant structure, growth cycles, effects of pruning-winter/summer, reasons to prune, tools used in pruning, care of tools, wound dressings, how to make cuts, timing and techniques for pruning various trees, fruit trees, vines, roses, perennials & grasses, berries & grapes, and shrubs. This is based upon my forestry education and my years as an estate gardener. Instructor shares his 40+ years experience and journey in arboriculture, landscaping and nursery plant growing with enthusiasm and humor.
 91 6:30pm-8:30pm -MT-R-- FISH1 S Schmidt 0 $0 Y 5/4/2015-5/7/2015

HRT4SL

Sustainable Landscape Techniques
 Do you have clay dirt in your yard and nothing will grow? Have plants growing 12 from your foundation and want to know why? Want to learn ways to be gentler to the environment? What is a rain garden? Learn why you probably do not have clay soil and how to find out what soil type you really have. Learn how to turn your desert into an oasis. The class show how to draw a sketch, basic landscape types, elements of a landscape, how to find soil information, soil improvement, how to do a soil test, mitigating storm water, where to learn about plants, watering techniques, planting problems, how to properly stake a tree, weed control options and the value of organic growing. Oregon Landscape Contractor Board approved 6 (CEH) credits
 91 6:30pm-8:30pm -MT-R-- FISH1 S Schmidt 0 $0 Y 5/18/2015-5/21/2015

LAN4MM

Writing Your Memoirs
 Create the perfect gift for your family, friends or even yourself! A record of your life and experiences expressed with your personal style. Longtime, well respected instructor helps you weave the fabric of your life into a story for future generations to read and cherish.
 91 1:00pm-3:00pm ----R-- FAIRLAWN R Mahoney 0 $0 Y 4/2/2015-6/11/2015

LAN4NM

Professional Novel and Memoir Writing
 Provides a basic framework and experience for writing both fiction and nonfiction. Develop and complete your book-length project through professional critiques and peer review in this comfortable, friendly atmosphere.
 31 6:00pm-8:30pm ---W--- MAY 310 C Hiday 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-6/3/2015

LAN4PW

Amazing Women Poets
 91 12:00pm-2:00pm --T---- AC 1504 R Mahoney 0 $0 Y 5/5/2015-6/2/2015

LAN5S

Learn Spanish Gently
 A conversational course with a wealth of practical expressions. Taught by an experienced instructor in a relaxed setting designed to aid you in your career, travels, and intercultural communication.
 91 6:00pm-8:30pm --T---- DDSO202 I Almada 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-6/3/2015

MO16S

Medical Vocabulary
 This non-credit self-paced course teaches the basic elements of medical words (prefixes, words, roots, and suffixes). Medical abbreviations are studied so that the student is able to analyze, define and build medical terms that are most commonly used within the clinic/hospital environment.
 30 0:0am-0:0am ------- MAY ISC Team 0 $110 Y 3/30/2015-6/13/2015

MUS4BB

Beginning Banjo
 Learn to play banjo in this fun-filled hands-on class. Learn basic right and left hand techniques and functional music theory. Learn to build tunes or songs, and play with other people.
 91 7:30pm-9:30pm ----R-- AC 2101 L Jones 0 $0 Y 4/2/2015-5/7/2015

MUS4G

Guitar for Beginners
 Beginning Guitar with award winning musician Lew Jones. Learn how to play chords, read tablature and sing songs. Bring guitar to class learn to tune, strum and play melodies. All levels welcome but beginners are the focus. Start with simple chord structures then move to actual songs. Find your musical yearning through the guitar.
 91 6:00pm-7:20pm ---W--- AC 2138 L Jones 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-5/6/2015
    6:00pm-7:20pm ---W--- AC2138         5/27/2015-6/10/2015

MUS4J

Jam Session-Perform with Confidence
 This course is designed for aspiring musicians, beginning to intermediate levels, who want a relaxed, fun outlet to raise their performance comfort level. A cooperative learning environment is encouraged to share everyone's experience, expertise and music. Focus on "Blues and Light Rock" styles. Suggested instruments: guitar, bass, keys, vocal, drums, harmonica, horns. Students should have a working knowledge of simple blues forms or progressions.
 91 6:15pm-8:15pm ---W--- AC 2102 Fitzgearld 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-5/6/2015
    6:15pm-8:15pm ---W--- AC1710         5/13/2015-5/13/2015

MUS4UK

Ukulele for Beginners
 Learn to play the ukulele with professional musician Lew Jones. This little instrument has been used by the Beatles and other musicians for its charming sound. In the course learn its history and expertise. Learn chords and melodies, and sing-a-longs. Techniques and light music theory will also be explained. Bring ukulele to class. Handouts will be given and books are optional.
 91 7:40pm-9:00pm ---W--- AC 2138 L Jones 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-5/6/2015
    7:40pm-9:00pm ---W--- AC2138         5/27/2015-6/10/2015

NRSX29

NCLEX Review
 This review course is intended to help prepare the students for the RN-NCLEX exam for licensure. Nursing content is reviewed and emphasis placed on subject areas tested in the national RN-NCLEX exam. Students review test taking strategies, prioritization, application and evaluation components of NCLEX style test questions. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all prior nursing curriculum courses, each with a grade of "C" or better. Concurrent enrollment in NRS224 is required.
 01 8:00am-12:00pm -MTWR-- BCAH217 J Griffin 0   Y 6/8/2015-6/11/2015
    1:10pm-4:00pm -MTWR-- BCAH217         6/8/2015-6/11/2015

PC4CSC

Community Skills Center Membership-Learn Computers and More!
 Enjoy 10 weeks of unlimited access to over 1,400 computer and business skills online training videos, hands-on practice files, MS Office and Adobe software, Wi-Fi, meeting spaces, library serves, technical assistance and more! Located conveniently at the Maywood Park Campus (102nd & NE Prescott). For hours or more information visit www.mhcc.edu/csc
 31 0:0am-0:0am ------- MAY 116 J Hogue 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/13/2015

PC5CB

Gently Learning the Computer 1
 Learn the basics of how to operate and enjoy your computer. Beginning techniques for creating, sharing, saving and sending files. Meet the mouse and keyboard. Learn to e-mail, send attachments, work with photos and browse the Internet. Slow-paced, casual atmosphere with lots of hands-on practice and opportunities to ask questions. You may contact the instructor anytime: KimHuey.MHCC@gmail.com.
 91 3:30pm-5:30pm -M----- AC 2554 C Kreisman 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/8/2015
 Bring to class: Flash Drive, 1 Gig or higher.

PHT4C

Take Control of Your Canon EOS Digital Camera
 This class explains everything about your EOS digital camera. You will learn in clear, non-technical language how to use every function on your camera. Canon lenses and flash units will also be discussed.
 91 9:00am-5:00pm ------S AC 1584 D Green 0 $0 Y 4/18/2015-4/18/2015

PHT4NC

Take Control of Your Nikon Digital SLR Camera
 This class explains everything about your Nikon digital SLR camera. You will learn in clear, non-technical language how to use your camera functions as well as lenses and flash units.
 91 9:00am-5:00pm ------S AC 1584 D Green 0 $0 Y 5/9/2015-5/9/2015

PHT4UC

Understanding Composition in Photography
 Proper composition is the key that allows your viewer to appreciate your photos. This four-hour course covers beginning and intermediate composition techniques to improve the impact of your photos. Learn how to use compositional techniques such as formats, placement, shape, lines, texture and color to compose your scene. If you are not sure this class is right for you please call or email the Instructor, David Green 503-661-7506 or david@cameraconnection.net.
 91 5:30pm-9:30pm ---W--- AC 1582 D Green 0 $0 Y 4/29/2015-4/29/2015

REC3BD

Beginning Ballroom Dance
 Add fun to lifelong fitness through ballroom dancing! This course is an introduction to the basics of social dance. Whether you are new to the world of dancing, or simply in need of a refresher course, this class will provide the basic skills and confidence needed to take your spot on the dance floor. The course will cover the two foundations of dances of East Coast Swing and Waltz. Partner required; they must be enrolled in class.
 91 6:30pm-7:30pm -M----- PE 114 C Shioshi 0 $0 Y 4/6/2015-5/18/2015
    6:30pm-7:30pm -M----- PE114         6/1/2015-6/15/2015

REC3TP

Tap Dance
 A rhythmic, fun way to exercise. Students will learn basic tap vocabulary and style culminating in a choreographed dance.
 92 3:00pm-3:50pm ------S PE 114 K Miller 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-6/6/2015

REC4AB

Adult Ballet
 Explore the beauty and joy of learning ballet technique and stretch techniques to classical music. All levels welcome.
 91 8:30am-10:30am ------S PE 114 L Morgan 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-6/6/2015

REC4CC

Beginning Cha Cha and Night Club 2 Step
 Cha Cha has long been a popular Latin Dance that gets you moving! Night Club 2 Step is a beautiful contemporary slow dance, which allows you to glide and flow across the floor. Both dances cover the basic skills of dance and are easy to learn. Come join the fun! Partner required; they must be enrolled in class.
 91 7:45pm-8:45pm -M----- PE 114 D Schalk 0 $0 Y 4/6/2015-5/18/2015
 No class May 26
    7:45pm-8:45pm -M----- PE114         6/1/2015-6/15/2015
 No class May 26

REC4WB

Belly Dance Fitness
 Time to shimmy and shake your way to fitness! Experience the beauty and mystery of this ancient women's dance. Body isolations, stretching, movement combinations and veil work will be included.
 92 2:00pm-2:50pm ------S PE 114 K Miller 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-6/6/2015

REC4ZMD

Zumba Dance for Kids and Adults
 91 10:35am-11:40am ------S PE 114 P Latshaw 0 $0 Y 4/4/2015-6/6/2015

REC5KM

Keep Moving-Seniors
 Improve your flexibility, range of motion and balance. Bring 1 or 2-lb weights for strength training and gentle stretching. No floor exercise.
 91 7:55am-8:45am -M-W-F- ZIONCH D Glasnapp 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/12/2015
 92 9:30am-10:30am -M-W-F- GETH D Glasnapp 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/12/2015
 93 10:00am-11:00am --T-R-- ZIONCH D Glasnapp 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-6/11/2015

REC5P

Mat Pilates
 Mat Pilates is designed to improve muscle tone, shape, strength, endurance, flexibility and general mobility. Flow through a progressive series of core centered exercises that restore balance to the lower back and abdominals. Bring a mat and be ready to have fun.
 91 5:00pm-5:50pm -M-W--- FRVW P Latshaw 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/8/2015

REC5PF

Fitness Through Applied Cross Training
 This course provides students with an opportunity to practice different fitness regimens such as cardio and strength training, and to develop an individual work-out plan for the purpose of life-long health and wellness. Students must be concurrently enrolled in either another PE activity course or a health course.
 01 0:0am-0:0am ------- PE 117 K Hyatt 0 $22 Y 3/30/2015-6/13/2015

REC5TC

Beginning Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong
 Chinese internal form of Kung Fu with distinct health benefits: reduce the effects of stress, develop power in the legs, flexibility in the hips, shoulders and spine, increased stamina, improve balance and posture. The class will include the Qigong Eight Pieces of Brocade and the first section of the Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan form. All are welcome; the benefits are life-changing.
 31 12:30pm-1:20pm -M----- MAY 311 B Newman 0 $0 Y 4/13/2015-6/15/2015
 91 6:00pm-6:50pm -M----- FAIRLAWN B Newman 0 $0 Y 4/13/2015-6/15/2015

REC5WM

Water Aerobics by Moonlight
 Let a full glass wall help you enjoy the moonlit ambiance of this indoor pool as you work out the day's frustrations. Learn new and innovative water aerobic exercises while working out in the shallow end of the swimming pool. Easy access, lots of parking and you leave class feeling great! Fee includes on-duty lifeguard, use of pool, showers, and locker room.
 91 8:30pm-9:30pm --T-R-- RYMSPOOL M Furness 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-6/4/2015

REC5Y

Yoga for Health
 Balance your mind and body and reduce your stress. Learn proper body alignment and breath awareness through yoga poses to release tension, tone and strengthen muscles, bones and organs. Improve your ability to concentrate. Calm the mind and emotions and get a good night's sleep. For every level of condition. Wear loose clothing; bring a sticky mat, blanket and pillow. Ages 18 and up.
 91 9:05am-10:35am -M-W--- ZIONCH M Corgiat 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/10/2015
 92 8:00am-9:30am --T-R-- ZIONCH M Corgiat 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-6/4/2015
 93 6:00pm-7:30pm --T-R-- FAIRLAWN M Corgiat 0 $0 Y 3/31/2015-6/4/2015

REC5ZMG

Zumba Gold
 Zumba Gold is low lower intensity version of Zumbaa Latin-inspired dance fitness program that blends international music and infectious steps to form dance. Zumba Gold is perfect for seniors, participants at lower fitness levels, or for individuals who have physical limitations. The dance-fitness program has been carefully designed to be easy to follow by individuals of any size or age.
 91 4:00pm-4:50pm -M-W--- FRVW P Latshaw 0 $0 Y 3/30/2015-6/8/2015

REC7TC

Advanced Tai Chi Chuan and Broadsword
 This class will focus on the entire Classical Yang Style long form of Tai Chi Chuan with attention to posture, breath and mindfulness. The Plum Flower Chinese broadsword set will also be practiced. Swords available for use in class.
 31 1:30pm-2:30pm -M----- MAY 311 B Newman 0 $0 Y 4/6/2015-6/8/2015
 92 7:00pm-8:00pm -M----- FAIRLAWN B Newman 0 $0 Y 4/6/2015-6/8/2015

TRD4AG

Acoustic Guitar Construction
 Guitars are a magical synthesis of wood, metal, string and sound - perhaps the most popular and versatile musical instrument today. Learn traditional and contemporary guitar making techniques from design to final setup and apply them to your personal guitar. All skill levels are encouraged and welcome. Come build the guitar of your dreams.
 91 6:00pm-9:00pm ----R-- DDSOSHOP D Biasca 0 $0 Y 4/2/2015-6/11/2015
 $20 supply fee payable to instructor on first day of class

TRD4W

Woodworking
 This course is designed for beginning to advanced woodworkers. Learn to safely and successfully create projects from wood. All necessary tools and techniques will be demonstrated, with additional instruction provided as you require it. There are no required projects; however, projects will be recommended for beginners to increase their woodworking skills and use of tools and equipment. Advanced students will receive additional instruction as needed.
 93 3:00pm-5:25pm ---W--- SB R Kreisman 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-6/3/2015
 94 5:25pm-8:00pm ---W--- SB R Kreisman 0 $0 Y 4/1/2015-6/3/2015

KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

DAYS:
    U
    M
    T
    W
    R
    F
    S
    Sunday
    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
TIME/TBA:
    "TBA" means time is to be
    arranged with instructor.
MHCC CAMPUS BUILDINGS:
    AC
    EC
    FISH
    IT
    PE
    PL107
    VA
    Academic Center
    Early Childhood Ed.
    Fisheries
    Industrial Technology
    Physical Education
    Aquatic Center/Pool
    Visual Arts Center
MAYWOOD PARK CAMPUS:
    MAY
    MAY ANNEX
    Maywood
    Maywood Annex
MHCC OFF-CAMPUS BUILDINGS
    CN
    DDSO
    RYM
    ZION
    FRVW
    LUKE
    CLUB
    FAIR
    WMOR
    GWA
    Centennial High School
    David Douglas South Building
    Reynolds Middle School
    Zion Church of Christ
    Fairview Community Center
    St. Lukes Episcopal Church
    Club Estates East
    Good Samaritan Society Fairlawn Village
    Walt Morey Middle School
    Gorge Winds Aviation
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