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COLORADO - MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

COLORADO - MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

 Rifle Registration is Open! Classes start August 27th FALL 2018 CLASS SCHEDULE COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

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CMC  RIFLE Fall 2018 Class Schedule GETTING STARTED Colorado Mountain College offers five registration options, depending on your admission status. Online Current degree-seeking students can register at https://basecamp.coloradomtn.edu All other students can apply and register at www.coloradomtn.edu/register Phone 970.625.1871 Fax 970.625.0649 In person see office hours at bottom of next page Mail CMC Rifle / 3695 Airport Rd. Rifle, CO / 81650 DROPS & REFUNDS To drop a class, students must either login to Basecamp and drop online or fill out a Class Add/Drop form available at the front desk and submit to the Rifle campus. To receive a refund, be sure to drop the class by the listed refund date in this publication or on the website. Students who drop classes after the refund date will not receive a refund.

DISABILITIES SERVICES Individuals seeking disability accommodations should contact Disabilities Services Coordinator Libby Neal at 970.625.6959 SCHEDULE/HOLIDAYS Semester Begins: August 27, 2018 Semester Ends: December 14, 2018 Labor Day: September 3, 2018 Thanksgiving Break : Nov. 21st - 25th , 2018 Colorado Mountain College does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, veteran status, and family and genetic information, or in its programs and activities, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and as provided in other applicable statutes and College policies. The College prohibits sexual and gender-based harassment, including sexual assault, and other forms of interpersonal violence. To obtain more information regarding non-discrimination policies, visit http://coloradomtn. http://coloradomtn.

edu/about-cmc/notice-of-nondiscrimination/ or contact Lisa Doak, Title IX Coordinator, edu/about-cmc/notice-of-nondiscrimination/ or contact Lisa Doak, Title IX Coordinator, edu/about-cmc/notice-of-nondiscrimination/ ldoak@coloradomtn.edu, 970-947-8351, or Angela Wurtsmith, Director of Human Resources, awurtsmith@coloradomtn.edu, 970-947-8311. SNOWLINE Call for the latest information: 970.625.6990

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Rifle Campus / 3695 Airport Rd. Rifle, CO 81650 / 970.625.1871 Office hours* / Monday–Thursday, 8a–7:30p / Friday, 8a–5p *Evening closing hours may vary; please call. 10 ESL 11 HSE/GED 12 ART 15 AUTOMOTIVE 17 HEALTH & WELLNESS 23 PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION 26 WELDING 27 CLASSES IN PARACHUTE CONTINUINGEDUCATION ON THE COVER Beautiful Aspen trees changing color near Maroon Bells, Colorado. Photo taken by Yanina Hahn. CAMPUSINFORMATION CREDITCLASSES Listed on pages 4 - 7. ONLINECOURSES Listed on pages 8 - 30. ESL (INGLESCOMOSEGUNDOIDIOMA) Página 10.

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CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 4 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND Any course marked by is considered a Guaranteed State Transfer course. Courses marked by are also considered for transfer, depending upon specific program. L A CREDITCLASSES Course Code Course Title Meeting Times Syn. # Credit Classes - Fall 2018 Classes meet August 27th - December 14th unless otherwise noted. Most books and materials will be ordered for you automatically when you register for a class through the new CMC Learning Materials Program (LMP) To learn more, visit www.ColoradoMtn.edu/textbooks, contact us by phone 844-523-9056 or email at cmclmp@coloradomtn.edu.

Courses that are Excluded from LMP will be indicated by this symbol in the table below. These courses require books and materials, but are not provided through LMP. Textbooks can be found through Basecamp > My CMC Apps > Learning Materials Program > Home > Course Material Information > Reference My Course Materials AAA-095 Math Helps (1 CR) MW, 11:00a-11:20a (8/27-12/12) 11659 AAA-095 Math Helps (1 CR) Tu, 8:00p-8:25p (8/28-12/11) 11707 A ACC-122 Accounting Principles II (4 CR) MW, 3:00p-4:40p (8/27-12/12) IVS 13532 ACC-211 Intrm. Accounting I (4 CR) M, 5:30p-8:20p (8/27-12/10) IVS 13523 ACC-311 Financial Accounting for Corps I (4 CR) M, 5:30p-8:20p (8/27-12/10) IVS 13527 ACC-326 Managerial & Cost Accounting (3 CR) MW, 12:30p-1:45p (8/27-12/12) IVS 13512 ACC-335 Accounting for Managers (3 CR) T, 4:00p-5:15p (8/28-12/11) IVS 13517 ACC-360 Communication for Accountants (3 CR) Th, 6:00p-8:50p (8/30-12/13) IVS 14473 L ANT-101 Cultural Anthropology (3 CR) MW, 1:00p-3:50p (8/27-12/12) 11752 A ANT-260 Sex, Gender, and Culture (3 CR) MW, 9:00a-11:50a (8/27-12/12) 12566 A ART-151 Painting I (3 CR) T, 9:00p-1:20p (9/4-12/11) 11667 A ART-161 Ceramics I (3 CR) T, 9:30a-12:50p (8/28-12/11) Sa, 8:00a-5:00p (10/13, 11/10) 12126 A ART-261 Ceramics II (3 CR) T, 9:30a-12:50p (8/28-12/11) Sa, 8:00a-5:00p (10/13-11/10) 12130 A ART-262 Ceramics III (3 CR) W, 4:00p-7:20p (8/29-12/12) Sa, 8:00a-5:00p (10/13, 11/10) 12134 A ART-263 Ceramics IV (3 CR) W, 4:00p-7:20p (8/29-12/12) Sa, 8:00a-5:00p (10/13, 11/10) 12132 L BIO-111 General College Biology/Lab (5 CR) MW, 12:00p:-2:50p (8/27-12/12) 11725 L BIO-111 General College Biology/Lab (5 CR) MW, 5:50p-6:50p (8/28-12/13) 11726 L BIO-201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4 CR) TTh, 3:00p-5:20p (8/28-12/13) 12117 L BIO-201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4 CR) MW, 8:30a-10:50a (8/27-12/12) 12121 L BIO-202 Human Anatomy & Phys. II (4 CR) TTh, 9:30a-11:50p (8/28-12/13) 11728 L BIO-204 Microbiology (4 CR) TTh, 12:00p-2:20p (8/28-12/13) 11745 A BUS-115 Introduction to Business (3 CR) W, 5:30p-7:20p (8/29-12/12) 12513 CCR-091 Composition & Reading Lab (1 CR) MW, 5:30p-6:20p (8/27-12/12) 11668

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COLORADOMTN.EDU 5 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND Course Code Course Title Meeting Times Syn. # CCR-092 College Composition & Reading (5 CR) MW, 6:30p-8:50p (8/27-12/12) 11670 CCR-092 College Composition & Reading (5 CR) TTh, 2:30p-4:50p (8/28-12/13) 11675 CCR-094 Studio 121 (3 CR) M, 6:00p-8:50p (8/27-12/13) 11677 A CIS-118 Intro to PC Applications (3 CR) M, 6:00p-7:50p (8/27-12/10) 12469 A COM-115 Public Speaking (3 CR) T, 6:00p-8:50p (8/28-12-11) 11679 A COM-125 Interpersonal Communication (3 CR) Th, 10:00a-12:50p (8/30-12/13) 11680 A ECE-101 Intro to Early Childhood Education (3 CR) F, 9:00a-11:50a (8/31-12/14) 14084 A ECE-102 Intro to ECE Techniques (3 CR) W, 6:00p-7:50p (8/29, 9/5, 9/12,12/12) 14087 A EDU-234 Multicultural Education (3 CR) M, 6:00-8:50p (8/27-12/10) 11681 EIC-226 PLC Controllers Advanced (4 CR) Sa, 8:00a-3:00p (10/13, 11/3, 11/17) 12504 EMS-145 Basic EMT - Lecture (7 CR) MW, 5:30p-8:50p (8/27-12/12) 12436 EMS-146 Basic EMT - Lab (4 CR) Sa , 9:00a-5:00p (9/1-12/8) 12441 EMS-170 EMT Basic Clinical (1 CR) (8/27-12/14) 12445 L ENG-121 English Composition I (3 CR) W, 3:00p-5:50p (8/29-12/12) 11687 L ENG-121 English Composition I (3 CR) MW, 4:00p-5:20p (8/27-12/12) 11682 L ENG-121 English Composition I (3 CR) TTh, 4:00p-5:20p (8/28-12/13) 11683 L ENG-121 English Composition I (3 CR) T, 6:00p-8:40p (8/28-12/11) 11684 L ENG-122 English Composition II (3 CR) MW, 6:30p-7:50p (8/27-12/12) 11688 L ENV-101 Intro to Environmental Science (4 CR) MW, 6:00p-8:20p (8/27-12/12) 12124 L HIS-121 US History to Reconstruction (3 CR) Th, 6:00p-8:50p (8/30-12/13) 11689 L HIS-225 Colorado History (3 CR) T, 6:00p-8:50p (8/28-12/11) 11691 HPR-102 CPR for Professionals (.5 CR) Sa, 9:00a-5:00p (9/8) 12448 HPR-112 Phlebotomy (4 CR) M, 6:00p-8:50p (8/27-12/10) Sa, 9:00a-5:00p (10/6, 10/20, 11/10, 12/8) 12508 A HPR-178 Medical Terminology (2 CR) W, 6:00p-7:50p (8/29-12/12) 14090 A HWE-100 Human Nutrition (3 CR) W, 6:00p-7:50p (8/29-12/12) 14103 A HWE-100 Human Nutrition (3 CR) M, 6:00p-7:50p (8/27-12/10) 14108 HWE-103 Community First Aid and CPR (.5 CR) Sa, 8:00a-5:00p (9/29) 14850 L LIT-115 Introduction to Literature I (3 CR) Th, 6:00p-8:50p (8/30-12/13) 11692 MAR-336 Consumer Behavior (3 CR) Th, 10:00a-11:15a (8/30-12/13) 13565 MAT-025 Algebraic Literacy Lab (1 CR) MW, 10:30a-11:45a (8/27-12/12) 11693 CREDITCLASSES

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CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 6 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND MAT-050 Quantitative Literacy (4 CR) MW, 9:00a-10:50a (8/27-12/12) 11663 MAT-050 Quantitative Literacy (4 CR) TTh, 6:00p-7:55p (8/28-12/13) 11666 MAT-055 Algebraic Literacy (4 CR) MW, 8:30a-10:25a (8/27-12/12) 11694 MAT-093 Algebra Lab (1 CR) Th, 1:00p-1:55p (8/30-12/13) 14898 MAT-107 Career Math (3 CR) Th, 3:00p-5:50p (8/30-12/13) 11709 L MAT-120 Math for Liberal Arts (4 CR) TTh, 3:05p-5:05p (8/28-12/13) IVS 11748 L MAT-121 College Algebra (4 CR) TTh, 7:00p-8:55p (8/28-12/13) 14896 L MAT-121 College Algebra (4 CR) MW, 4:00p-5:55p (8/27-12/12) 14985 L MAT-201 Calculus I (5 CR) TTh, 10:00a-12:20p (8/28-12/13) IVS | Instructor at Rifle 12861 L MUS-125 History of Jazz (3 CR) TTh, 3:30p-4:40p (8/28-12/13) 11719 L MUS-151 Ensemble (1 CR) TTh, 1:30p-2:45p (8/28-12/13) 11720 NUA-101 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills (4 CR) TTh, 6:00p-8:50p (8/28-12/5) F, 8:00a-3:50p (9/28) 12472 NUA-101 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills (4 CR) TW, 8:30a-11:20a (8/28-12/5) Th, 8:30a-11:20a (8/30, 9/6, 9/13) 12476 NUA-170 Nurse Aide Clinical Experience (1 CR) (8/27-12/14) 12484 NUA-170 Nurse Aide Clinical Experience (1 CR) (8/28-12/14) 12488 A PED-102 Weight Training I (1 CR) TTh, 9:00a-10:00a (8/28-12/13) 14115 A PED-120 Aerobics I (1 CR) MW, 9:00a-10:00a (8/27-12/12) 14116 A PED-143 Yoga I (1 CR) W, 2:00p-3:50p (8/29-12/12) 14117 A PED-144 Yoga II (1 CR) M, 5:30p-7:30p (8/27-12/10) 14118 PET-130 Oil & Gas Production I (3 CR) T, 6:00p-8:50p (8/28-12/11) 12507 L PHI-114 Comparative Religions Th, 6:00p-8:50p (8/30-12/13) 14980 L POS-111 American Government F, 9:00a-11:50a (8/31-12/14) 11721 PRO-100 Intro to Process Technology (4 CR) M, 5:00p-8:50p (8/27-12/10) 12498 PRO-110 Safety, Health & Environment (3 CR) online (8/27-12/10) 12501 PRO-120 Process Technology I: Equipment (4 CR) W, 5:00p-8:50p (8/29-12/12) 14917 L PSY-101 Gen Psychology I (3 CR) Th, 6:00p-7:50p (8/30-12/13) 14299 L PSY-235 Human Growth & Development (3 CR) M, 6:00p-7:50p (8/30-12/13) 11750 L SPA-211 Spanish Language III (3 CR) Th, 3:00p-5:50p (8/30-12/13) IVS 11929 WEL-102 Oxyacetylene Joining Processes (4 CR) TTh, 6:00p-8:50p (8/28-12/13) 14119 WEL-250 Layout and Fabrication (4 CR) MW, 6:00p-8:50p (8/27-12/12) 14844 Course Code Course Title Meeting Times Syn. # CREDITCLASSES

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COLORADOMTN.EDU 7 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND PAYMENTDEADLINESFALL2018 Tuition and fees are due by midnight on August 15th to avoid being dropped from your classes for non-payment. Please remember to make arrangements for a payment plan and accept financial aid or scholarships to ensure your enrollment in classes. If you register for classes after August 15th, you will have until midnight of the day following your registration to complete your payment; otherwise, you will be dropped from that class at that time.

DROPS&REFUNDS To drop a class, students must either login to Basecamp and drop online or fill out a Class Add/Drop form available at the front desk and submit it to the Rifle campus. To receive a refund, be sure to drop the class by the listed refund date in the syllabus provided by instructor in class or within Canvas. Students who drop classes after the refund date will not receive a refund. DON’TFORGET! Remeber to check your CMC email regularly. 4If you’re an in-district student, you’ll soon see simpler tuition rates at Colorado Mountain College. 4In the fall, we are making lower-level and upper-level tuition rates the same–so a bachelor’s degree is even more affordable. 4Making a CMC degree even more affordable, this summer a new textbook program will lower average book costs. 4So, looking at both tuition and books, if you are an in-district student, your total cost for associate-level classes will only increase 1 percent. But if you are taking upper-level courses, you’ll see your college costs drop by 23 percent! FORMOREINFORMATION colomtn.me/low-tuition KEEPINGCOLLEGECOSTSLOW

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CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 8 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND GETTINGTEXTBOOKSJUST GOTEASIER(andcheaper) Formoreinformation COLORADOMTN.EDU/TEXTBOOKS Most books and materials will be ordered for you automatically when you register for a class through the new CMC Learning Materials Program (LMP). To learn more about the program and its benefits or for questions about the opting out process (which must be completed 7 days PRIOR to the start of the semester), visit www.ColoradoMtn.edu/textbooks, contact us by phone 844-523-9056 or email us at cmclmp@coloradomtn.edu.

Courses that are Excluded from LMP will be indicated by this symbol in the table on pages 4 - 7. These courses require books and materials, but are not provided through LMP. Textbooks can be found through Basecamp > My CMC Apps > Learning Materials Program > Home > Course Material Information > Reference My Course Materials You must verify your address within the LMP Dashboard for your books to be shipped correctly and on-time. Students can access their dashboard via Basecamp > My CMC Apps > Learning Materials Program ADDRESSVERIFICATION andSTUDENTDASHBOARD

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COLORADOMTN.EDU 9 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND EarlyLearners’CenterPreschool CMC RIFLE-EARLY LEARNERS’ CENTER PRESCHOOL The Early Learners’ Center, in partnership with Garfield RE-2 School District, has current preschool slots available for the 2018-2019 school year. The preschool is located at CMC Rifle’s Campus, 3695 Airport Road, Rifle, CO 81650. Call 970-625-6916 to enroll your child today. First come; first served. Space is limited. SESSION 1 MORNING PRESCHOOL Ages 3 - 5 years old. Monday-Thursday 8:30a-11:30a BeginsSeptember4,2018 SESSION 2 AFTERNOON PRESCHOOL Ages 3 - 5 years old. Monday-Thursday 12:30p-3:30p BeginsSeptember4,2018 COST FOR EACH SESSION: CMC Students - $200 per month Community Members - $250 per month Financial Aid Available

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CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 10 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND ENGLISHASASECONDLANGUAGE Classes are held at our main campus location. 3695 Airport Road Rifle, CO 81650 ENGLISH CLASSES/CLASES DE INGLES Ask about our NEW English Classes English classes beginning this fall for: 4Construction Workers 4Restaurant Workers 4Hotel Housekeeping REGISTRATION BEGINS AUGUST 6th Call 970-625-6946 to register Monday and Wednesday - 9:00a - 11:20a Tuesday and Thursday- 7:00p - 9:20p Limited scholarships may be available to those who most need them. Students can attend classes only after paying the fee for the semester or receiving scholarship funds.

Para información en español - llame al número 625-6946 TERMINE LA PREPA Llame al número 970-625-6946 por información 4Medical Housekeeping 4Personal Care Attendant 4Bookkeeping

COLORADOMTN.EDU 11 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND PREPAREFORYOURHIGHSCHOOLEQUIVALENCYDIPLOMA(HSE/GED) HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST PREP (HSE/GED) CLASSES: Classes are held at the Rifle campus, 3695 Airport Road, Rifle, CO 81650. THE HSE TEST PREP OFFERS: Individualized guidance and class placement Official HSE/GED practice tests Classes are held at the Rifle campus Invitation to participate in graduation ceremonies Class times: Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00a-12p Wednesday Evenings 6:00p-8:30p Questions? More information? Text or call Cathy Slaymaker at 970-625-6923. Ready to register? Register online through webadvisor.coloradomtn.edu , call or stop by the Rifle campus front desk.

Para más información sobre HSE/GED clases en español, por favor contactar a Michael al (970) 625-6946. Spring 2018 High School Equivalency Diploma Recipients Classes are held at our main campus location. 3695 Airport Road Rifle, CO 81650

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 12 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND Art FINEARTS ART-901 OUTDOOR PAINTING & SKETCHING AT TRAPPERS LAKE Enjoy this retreat of sketching and painting with Lanny Grant who, through years of painting in remote areas, is an expert at translating impressions gathered through nature onto canvas. Learn how to interpret the landscape through a study of light and perspective in the quaint surrounding of Trappers Lake Lodge, at the edge of the vast Flattops Wilderness Area. This retreat will include demonstrations, lecture and one-on-one work with you based on your individual ability level. Geared to your interest, you can focus on sketching, painting or both. Oils and acrylics will be used for painting. You will need to make reservations at Trappers Lake Lodge by calling 970-878-3336 or contact the Blanco Ranger District office at 970-878-4039 for camping information at the Trappers Lake Campgrounds. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available at Trappers Lake Lodge but not included in the class price.

13722 Th 12p-7a 8/16 F 8a-8a 8/17 Sa 8a-3p 8/18 RL Grant $200 8/14 ART-901 STAINED GLASS In this fun, hands-on class, instructor Diane Meyer will work with beginning students as well as those with experience. Students will have the choice to create night lights, jewelry boxes, window panes, or lamps. The instructor will work one-on-one with you to help you complete your project. Tools will be provided in class. Students are required to bring goggles and a pencil to class. Class starts promptly at 11:30 a.m. Must be 18 or older to attend. Please note: there may be additional fees for the glass; these costs will vary depending on the size of your project. The instructor will have more information at the first class.

14768 Sa 11:30a-2:30p 9/8-10/13 RL Meyer $75 9/6 14769 Sa 11:30a-2:30p 10/27-12/8 RL Meyer $75 10/25 PARACHUTECLASSESONPAGE27.

COLORADOMTN.EDU 13 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND CULINARYARTS CUA-901 CANNING 101 This course is an overview of the basic methods of food preservation: Canning, freezing and dehydration. Learn about equipment needed and the best methods for particular foods. Practice canning something simple. Tasting included. Bring $5.00 to class for supplies. This class will be held at the Fairgrounds Event Hall kitchen, 1001 Railroad Ave. 14780 M 6p-8:30p 9/17 RL Farrand $25 9/14 CULINARYARTScontinued on next page. Registration for all fall classes is open! Register Early. Each class has both a minimum and maximum number of students who may enroll. It’s best to register early to ensure your spot, and we ask that you register no later than two business days prior to the start of class to ensure minimum enrollment is met.

MORECERAMICSCLASSES can be found on page 4 within the credit class list. ART-901 HOME & GIFT MOSAICS Create 3 mosaic projects for your home or give as gifts! This fun, fast-paced, 2-day workshop introduces you to the fundamentals of mosaic design, "tesserae" application, and functional cutting techniques. Each student will create a custom Mosaic Picture Frame, Mosaic Coaster, and Mosaic Hanging Ornament. Learn how to apply and assemble stained glass tiles, pebbles, trinkets, found objects, and embellishments. Utilize your own small treasures or family momentos as you create a one-of-a-kind project! Mosaic glass nippers, mosaic/glass tiles, and tools are all included in the class fee. Safety glasses and masks will be provided and are required. Wear old clothing and enjoy this time of spontaneous creative expression!

14772 WTh 6p-9p 9/26-9/27 RL Swain-Grant $85 9/24 14773 WTh 1p-4p 10/24-10/25 RL Swain-Grant $85 10/22 ART-901 WORKING WITH CLAY In this beginning pottery class, you will learn hand-building with clay and how to throw on the potter's wheel. Come experience what pottery is all about in a fun, stress-free environment. No experience necessary. Students, please bring $15.00 to the first class for the cost of clay. A $20.00 fee is due at registration for glaze costs. Must be 14 or older to attend. 14770 T 6p-9p 8/28-10/16 RL Hutchison $85 8/24 14771 T 6p-9p 10/23-12/11 RL Hutchison $85 10/19

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 14 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND CUA-901 PIES Join us for this hands-on class and learn the essential pie-making skills all beginning bakers should know. You will work through the steps of mixing, rolling and baking pie crusts. You'll enjoy working alongside classmates as you practice simple technique pies. Please bring your pie pan, a 4 quart measuring bowl and a pastry blender (if you have one). If at first you don't succeed, pie, pie again! Bring $10.00 to class for supplies. This class will be held at the Fairgrounds Event Hall kitchen, 1001 Railroad Ave.

14782 M 6p-8:30p 11/12 RL Farrand $25 11/9 NEW PERFORMINGARTS DAN-901 SWING DANCE Students will learn the basics of East Coast swing dancing with a partner. Learn the swing step as well as variations, spins, dips, and other fun moves; we will branch out into learning some Lindy Hop and waltz steps as well. This is a great way to get some exercise, to meet people, and to improvise great dance moves at a party, wedding, or other social dance. You do not need to come with a partner. 14785 Th 7:15p-9:15p 10/11-11/1 RL Harris $65 10/9 14786 Th 7:15p-9:15p 11/8-12/6 RL Harris $65 11/6 MUS-901 GUITAR ENSEMBLE The guitar is a practical and affordable instrument to learn. Beginning students will progress to an advanced level in this class. Students will learn the fundamentals of music theory, reading music notation, rhythm, and achieve playing guitar with special techniques. The end of class project will be a small concert.

14797 M 6p-9p 8/27-12/10 RL Arreguin $165 8/24 CUA-901 GLUTEN FREE BAKING Baking at high altitudes can be tricky. Add in the complexity of using gluten-free grains and it can feel impossible. Take this class and learn little tricks to make delicious and perfect gluten-free baked goods. Bring $10.00 to class for supplies. This class will be held at the Fairgrounds Event Hall kitchen, 1001 Railroad Ave. 14781 M 6p-8:30p 10/15 RL Farrand $25 10/12 CUA-901 MEXICAN SALSAS Tired of the same old salsa recipes? Give this class a try as Yanina Hahn shows you how to put a new spin on salsa making and introduces you to some new methods at the same time. A supply list is available at the CMC Rifle Campus front desk. This class will be held at the Rocky Mountain Baptist Church located at 4199 West Centennial Pkwy., in West Rifle. 14918 Th 10a-11:30a 10/11-11/1 RL Hahn $55 10/2

COLORADOMTN.EDU 15 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND Automotive AUTOMOTIVESERVICETECHNOLOGY ASE-901 ENGINE BUILDING This course presents the design, construction, and maintenance of internal combustion engines and reconditioning of lower-end components. The class will tear down and examine worn-out engines, replace or recondition components, and reassemble the unit. Students MUST have prior automotive mechanical experience. This class is held at Rifle High School at 1350 Prefontaine Ave. in Rifle. Must be 16 or older to attend. No class 11/21/18 for Thanksgiving break. 14779 W 5:30p-9:30p 8/29-12/12 RL Winn $250 8/27 dosomething MAJOR paysomethingminor Lowest cost bachelor’s degree in Colorado.

Registration for all fall classes is open! Register Early. Each class has both a minimum and maximum number of students who may enroll. It’s best to register early to ensure your spot, and we ask that you register no later than two business days prior to the start of class to ensure minimum enrollment is met.

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 16 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND DOYOUHAVEAPASSION? LET’STURN ITINTOA CAREER. dosomethingMAJOR.com AppliedEngineering ENERGY&AUTOMATIONTECHNOLOGY INTERESTED IN APPLIED ENGINEERING? Want long-term job security in a high-paying Industry? Check out Colorado Mountain College’s Applied Energy and Automation Technology program, and get your career in automation technology started today! https://coloradomtn.edu/programs/applied-engineering/ CREDITCOURSES listed on pages 4-7.

COLORADOMTN.EDU 17 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND HWE-901 KOMBUCHA BREWING WORKSHOP Kombucha is a fermented beverage of tea and sugar that contains a colony of bacteria and yeast, resulting in a beverage with tremendous health benefits such as improved digestion, weight loss, increased energy, cleansing and detoxification, immune support, reduced joint pain, and cancer prevention. This workshop will use hands on instruction to explain how to brew, how to flavor, store, and share Kombucha. 14788 Th 6p-8p 9/20 RL Clancy $50 9/18 14789 Th 6p-8p 10/25 RL Clancy $50 10/23 14790 Th 6p-8p 11/29 RL Clancy $50 11/27 Health&Wellness HWE-901 DEPRESSION, ANXIETY & ANGER Depression, anxiety, and anger create a heavy and serious way of living for those afflicted. This class serves to assist you in three ways: 1) as a support and outlet for frustration; 2) as a training in tools and methods to alleviate and create more ease; 3) empowerment to loosen yourself from the definition of what it means to be depressed, to have anxiety, and to be angry. Leave with a better sense of control over your life and tools to sustain more ease. All participants will leave with a guidebook and audio recording of the processess. 14787 Sa 1p-3p 9/15 RL Corio $30 9/13 Meet the Instructor Alex Corio started life in a small, midwestern farm town. During her 15 years as a high school English teacher, she noticed each new classroom kept moving her farther and farther west. After transitioning to private practice as a facilitator focusing on sexual health and emotional wellness, Alex realized working with adults is where she is most happy. She approaches class facilitation with the knowing that change is always possible and a different direction in life is as simple as a choice. She facilitates others in finding the ease that we all seek. Her classes include topics on money, depression & anxiety, and health & wellness. HEALTH&WELLNESScontinued on page 22.

HWE-901 TENANT’S RIGHTS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN YOU RENT With the current shortage of affordable housing in our valley, it is important for tenants to be aware of their rights under Colorado law. In this timely class the instructor will answer the following common situations that tenants often have to face. 1) What do I need to be aware of when entering into a lease? 2) I just moved in, how do I protect myself from claims of pre-existing damage? 3) How do I get my landlord to make repairs to my rental? 4) Help! I am being evicted! 5) My lease is ending, what are my options? 6) I have moved out, how do I collect my security deposit? Please bring a $20.00 donation to class for the agency providing the class.

14957 T 5:30p-7p 9/18 RL AlpineLeagal 9/18

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 18 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND “4VIEWSOFTHECONTEMPORARY” October3-November28 OpeningReceptionatCMCRifle October5,6:00p-9:00p ArtistTalks,7:30p Art has been around since the dawn of time. It’s the stories we tell, it’s how we make sense of our world and how we imagine new possibilities. Contemporary art is part of that story, that journey. A Special Thanks to our Sponsors Presented by

COLORADOMTN.EDU 19 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND THEARTISTS K RHYNUS-CESARK krhynuscesark.com MICHAEL RAAUM michaelraaum.com ANDREW ROBERTS-GRAY andrewroberts-gray.com CYNTHIA ZYZDA cynthia-zyzda.squarespace.com

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COLORADOMTN.EDU 21 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND STUDENT SERVICES STAFF can assist you from the time you apply for admission through graduation. If you have questions about placement testing, class selection, tutoring, degree planning, graduation or career counseling, please call the front desk at 970- 625-6900 to schedule an appointment with an advisor. You may also schedule online at: riflecmcadvising.acuityscheduling.com  If you have a documented disability and would like to discuss possible accommodations, contact Libby Neal at 970-625-6959. STUDENT SERVICES CMC’S TRIO SSS PROGRAM can help you achieve academic success throughout your college career. According to more than 40 years’ worth of data, SSS students are two times more likely than other students to remain in college. Services include free tutoring, career exploration, and transfer assistance.

 FIRST GENERATION FRIENDLY! - Neither of your parents has earned a 4-year college degree.  You have a documented disability.  You are income eligible based on your (or your parents’) prior year annual income. ELIGIBILITY Call Gethze (“Hetzi”) at 970-625-6957, e-mail: pghammond@coloradomtn.edu, or pick up an application at the front desk. #dosomethingMAJOR YOU CAN’T SPELL SUCCESS WITHOUT SSS. UPWARD BOUND is a grant-funded program that assists qualified high school students in their transition from high school to college. Upward Bound serves high school students from income eligible families and from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor’s degree. The FREE year-round support program is open to high school students in Grand Valley, Rifle, and Coal Ridge High School. Services include: academic support, college admission assistance, financial aid, college & career exploration, and a six week summer enrichment program. For more information, contact the Upward Bound program at upwardbound@coloradomtn.edu or at 970-625-6987.

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 22 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND HWE-901 DISCOVER ESSENTIAL OILS-SERIES Looking for a natural solution? Essential Oils have been around for centuries and have been used by many cultures for a variety of purposes. This series will take you through the basics of essential oils, from what they are to the different ways to use them. Join us for an interactive series and learn how to incorporate essential oils safely and effectively in your family. Enroll in all four courses and receive a package discount with syn# 14791 by 09/12/18. Cost: $65; Refund: 9/17 4SEPTEMBER: IMMUNE SUPPORT Supporting the immune system is the topic for September. 14792 W 6p-7:30p 9/19 RL Vigil $20 9/17 4OCTOBER: EMOTIONAL SUPPORT Supporting the emotional system is the topic for October. 14793 W 6p-7:30p 10/17 RL Vigil $20 10/15 4NOVEMBER: HOLIDAY PREPARATION Preparing for the holidays is the topic for November. 14794 W 6p-7:30p 11/14 RL Vigil $20 11/12 4DECEMBER: DIY GIFTS DIY Gifts for the holidays is the topic for December. 14796 W 6p-7:30p 12/12 RL Vigil $20 12/10 Doyouhavesomethingtoshare?

Colorado Mountain College is always looking for community members who wish to instruct non-credit, community based courses. What is your PASSION? Do you have a special skill or knowledge of a specific subject? You could make a difference. Inspire, give back, motivate and help others gain new insights. If you don’t think this is for you, maybe you know someone who’d be a great instructor. Please share this opportunity with him/her. Contact our Continuing Education Coordinator to discuss the possibilities: Rifle - Linda Shoup: 970-625-6920 or lshoup@coloradomtn.edu

COLORADOMTN.EDU 23 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND PhysicalActivity&Recreation PED-901 BEGINNING YOGA Students will experience basic yoga asanas, focus on breath, and learn the benefits of a consistent practice. No intense inversions, but enrollees can expect mild workouts and balance challenges while moving between floor and standing poses. 14798 MW 5:30p-6:30p 8/27-10/17 RL Roberts-Huffman $75 8/24 14801 MW 5:30p-6:30p 10/22-12/12 RL Roberts-Huffman $75 10/19 PED-901 YOGA FOR STRENGTH OF BODY & MIND All levels are welcome as modification is offered. Plan to move! This class is an engaging yoga practice connecting dynamic movement with sustained postures and breath. This yoga class will strengthen practitioners physically and mentally. Move your body through creative and playful sequences to explore how strong you truly are. It will increase heart health, elevate mood, improve flexibility, and increase endurance.

14803 MW 4:15p-5:15p 9/10-10/3 RL Clancy $60 9/7 PED-901 LUNCHTIME YOGA No time for yoga in your busy evenings? Why not try a yoga class tailored for your lunch hour? This class is held in downtown Rifle for even greater convenience. All levels are welcome. This class is held at Mistyoga located at 103 E. 3rd. in Rifle. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Must be 16 or older to attend. 14808 TTh 12p-1p 8/28-10/18 RL King $75 8/24 14809 TTh 12p-1p 10/23-12/13 RL King $75 10/19 PED-901 RESTORATIVE YOGA In restorative yoga, props (blocks, bolters, and blankets) are used to support the body so that you can relax into poses for longer periods of time and eliminate unnecessary straining. Through mindful breathing and passive stretching you give the body permission to unwind and relax. Restorative yoga is very calming to the nervous system and can be a great complement to a more active lifestyle. All levels of students are welcome, especially those who wish to heal their bodies and experience the best health possible. This class is held at Mistyoga located at 103 E. 3rd St. in Rifle. No class November 22nd for Thanksgiving break.

14817 Th 5:45p-7p 8/30-12/13 RL Frontella $100 8/28

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 24 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND PED-901 WEIGHT TRAINING This class will be a full-body weights class that focuses on a variety of different exercises. We will also teach proper form and techniques while using various types of free weights and machines. Workouts will be modified for each student's ability level. Bring a water bottle and a small towel to class. Must be 16 or older to attend. There will be no class September 3rd for Labor Day. There will be no class November 21st & 22nd for the Thanksgiving holiday.

14822 TTh 9a-10a 8/28-12/20 RL Harris $160 8/24 14823 TTh 9a-10a 8/28-10/18 RL Harris $80 8/24 14824 TTh 9a-10a 10/23-12/20 RL Harris $80 10/19 14825 MW 1p-2p 8/27-10/17 RL Harris $75 8/24 14826 MW 1p-2p 10/22-12/19 RL Harris $80 10/19 PED-901 CROSSFIT Build endurance and strength that focuses on everyday functional movements to be prepared for any physical activity without getting injured. A good intro into the world of CrossFit for beginners, seniors and those recovering from injuries interested in developing athleticism for anything life has to throw at us. Great for experienced CrossFitters looking to be challenged to push their well-rounded fitness to the next level. We will also learn doable ways we can slowly alter our nutrition to help us thrive and have more energy. CrossFit is a great way to develop an encouraging community that will challenge you to keep pushing forward to reach your fitness goals. There will be no class September 3rd. 14805 M 6:45p-7:45p 8/27-10/15 RL Harris $75 8/24 14807 M 6:45p-7:45p 10/22-12/10 RL Harris $75 10/19 PED-901 TAI CHI CHUAN Introduces the practice of Tai Chi Chuan as a form of exercise, mental and physical development, and self-defense. This is Yang style Tai Chi Chuan and is affiliated with the Tung Kai Ying Academy of Tai Chi Chuan. The primary emphasis in this class is learning movements, preliminary practices, forms and applications. This class is open to all levels. Wear loose clothing and flat-soled shoes. 14821 TTh 5:30p-7p 9/11-11/1 RL Burwell $40 9/7 PED-901 MEDITATION Join us at Mistyoga, 103 East 3rd St in Rifle, and receive gentle instruction on meditation. We will explore a variety of techniques and discover why meditation has been a key component of spiritual realization throughout history. The main intent will be to gain a greater understanding of how our minds work and to cultivate a lasting sense of inner peace through conscious breathing and meditation. Wear loose clothing and bring a water bottle. Must be 14 or older to attend. No class November 21st for Thanksgiving break. 14811 W 6p-7p 8/29-12/12 RL Frontella $85 8/27

COLORADOMTN.EDU 25 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND PED-901 BODY SHRED SHRED is an acronym for Synergistic, High Intensity Resistance, Endurance, and Dynamics. Body SHRED is a high intensity, holistic resistance, and endurance-based fitness plan. It involves synergistic, three-dimensional body dynamics that explore the scope of movement to maximize athletic performance and metabolic potential in 30 minutes. The workout includes a warm-up and cool-down period. Bring a water bottle and a small towel to class. Must be 14 or older to attend. There will be no classes September 3rd and November 21st. There will be no class November 21st for Thanksgiving break.

14813 MW 9a-10a 8/27-12/19 RL Harris $160 8/24 14815 MW 9a-10a 8/27-10/17 RL Harris $75 8/24 14816 MW 9a-10a 10/22-12/19 RL Harris $80 10/19 PED-901 CARDIO/WEIGHT TRAINING This class is a mix of cardio and weight training incorporating bodyshred, core, step, and stretching. It will consist of a variety of different workouts so not every class will be exactly the same! No class on November 23rd for Thanksgiving break. 14804 F 9a-10a 8/31-12/21 RL Harris $75 8/29 PED-901 ZUMBA GOLD Perfect for older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography. Focus will be on balance, range of motion, coordination and will include all elements of fitness such as cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility, and balance! Come ready to sweat and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. There will be no class November 23rd for Thanksgiving break.

14819 F 11a-12p 8/31-10/19 RL Delgado $75 8/29 14820 F 11a-12p 10/26-12/14 RL Delgado $75 10/24 PED-901 ZUMBA FITNESS Stay fit this fall by adding a total body workout, combining all the elements of fitness: cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy, and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class. This class will have a variation of different Zumba techniques to provide variety in your Zumba workouts! There will be Toning, Step and STRONG by Zumba! Come join the party! No class on November 23rd.

14827 TTh 11a-12p 8/28-10/18 RL Delgado $75 8/24 14828 TTh 11a-12p 10/23-12/13 RL Delgado $75 10/19 PED-901 EARLY MORNING ZUMBA Come get your Zumba and your weight training in the same class. One day a week you will do Zumba where we take the "work" out of workout by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. The other two days, this class is designed to incorporate working major muscle groups while maintaining an elevated heart rate. The focus is on proper techniques and challenging your ability to push beyond your conceived physical limits. This hour-long class typically includes a warm-up, a skill development segment, a strength focused workout consisiting of mixed aerobic exercises, and finally a period of individual or group stretching. What are the benefits of strength and Zumba? The aim is to improve muscular strength, coordination, cardio-respiratory endurance and flexibility. Those aiming for ultimate fitness combined with strength for improved performance in their sport will benefit from this class. Runners, weight lifters, Spartan challengers and triathletes enjoy the high intensity intervals that result in high caloric burn. This class is held at ArtillumA Dance Company, 224 E 21st St. There will be no class on November 21st for the Thanksgiving break.

14829 W 10:30a-6:30a 8/29-12/12 RL King $100 8/27 CREDITYOGA,WEIGHTTRAINING&AEROBICS classes listed on page 6. fitness classes continued on next page

CMC RIFLE CAMPUS 26 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND PED-901 EARLY MORNING STRENGTH Come get your Zumba and your weight training in the same class. One day a week you will do Zumba where we take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. The other two days, this class is designed to incorporate working major muscle groups while maintaining an elevated heart rate. The focus is on proper techniques and challenging your ability to push beyond your conceived physical limits. This hour-long class typically includes a warm-up, a skill development segment, a strength focused workout consisiting of mixed aerobic exercises, and finally a period of individual or group stretching. What are the benefits of strength and Zumba? The aim is to improve muscular strength, coordination, cardio-respiratory endurance and flexibility. Those aiming for ultimate fitness combined with strength for improved performance in their sport will benefit from this class. Runners, weight lifters, Spartan challengers and triathletes enjoy the high intensity intervals that result in high caloric burn. This class is held at ArtillumA Dance Company, 224 E 21st St. There will be no class on September 3rd & November 23rd.

14830 MF 5:30a-6:30a 8/27-12/14 RL Miller $150 8/24 Welding WEL-901 WELDING FOR FUN Local artist Gary Russell invites you to his state-of-the-art studio to experience making iron art. This is an introductory workshop; no previous welding experience is required. You will have a choice of available projects to make. Students must wear leather boots or shoes and long denim pants. Additional safety gear will be provided. Students will be given a one-hour break for lunch on Saturday. This class will be held at The Iron Gallery, 28271 Highway 6, Rifle. Students are required to bring $20.00 on the first day of class for supplies. Must be 12 or older to attend. 14831 F 5:30p-8:30p 8/31 Sa 9a-5p 9/1 RL Russell $115 8/29 14832 F 5:30p-8:30p 9/28 Sa 9a-5p 9/29 RL Russell $115 9/26 14833 F 5:30p-8:30p 10/26 Sa 9a-5p 10/27 RL Russell $115 10/24 14834 F 5:30p-8:30p 11/30 Sa 9a-5p 12/1 RL Russell $115 11/28 STUDYABROAD 4 SouthAmerica/Europe/Asia/Africa FINDOUTMORE! COLORADOMTN.EDU/STUDYABROAD

COLORADOMTN.EDU 27 SYN DAY TIME DATES LOC FACULTY COST REFUND ClassesinParachute ART-901 STAINED GLASS In this fun, hands-on class, instructor Diane Meyer will work with beginner students as well as those with experience. Students will have the choice of creating night lights, jewelry boxes, window panes, or lamps. The instructor will work one-on-one with you to help you complete your project. Tools will be provided in class. Students are required to bring goggles and a pencil to class. Class starts promptly at 1:00 p.m. Must be 18 or older to attend. Please note: there may be additional fees for the glass; these costs will vary depending on the size of your project. The instructor will have more information at the first class. This class is held at the Grand Valley Recreation Center located at 398 Arroyo Dr, Battlement Mesa.

14774 M 1p-4p 9/10-10/15 PW Meyer $75 9/7 14775 M 1p-4p 10/29-12/3 PW Meyer $75 10/26 CMCCampusStore.com LookingforCMCClothing&Gear? The NEW Colorado Mountain College Campus Store is your one-stop shop for all your CMC swag. Featured items include t-shirts, hats, coffee tumblers, water bottles, and other school/office supplies. Shop online or head over to our brick and mortar location at CMC Spring Valley. CAMPUSSTORE NEWONLINE CAMPUSSTORE Limited supplies of swag also available at the Rifle campus front desk.

28 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE ADDITIONAL INFO SYN Online Learning Classes - Fall 2018 Classes meet Aug. 27-Dec. 14 unless otherwise noted. Most classes require a text. Please visit www.ColoradoMtn.edu/online_learning for full course requirements, description and syllabus. AAA-095 Math Helps (1 CR) 12320 A ACC-121 Accounting Principles I (4 CR) 12280 A ACC-122 Accounting Principles II (4 CR) 12319 ACC-235 Computerized Accounting for Sm Bus(3 CR) 12347 L ANT-101 Cultural Anthropology (3 CR) 12321 L ANT-111 Biological Anthropology (4 CR) Includes Lab 12322 L ART-110 Art Appreciation (3 CR) 12323 L ART-111 Art History Ancient/Medieval (3 CR) 12324 L ART-207 Art History - 1900 to Present (3 CR) 12326 L AST-101 Planetary Astronomy W/ Lab (4 CR) Includes Lab 12329 L AST-150 Astrobiology (3 CR) 12332 L BIO-105 Science of Biology (4 CR) Includes Lab 12335 BIO-106 Basic Anatomy & Physiology (4 CR) Includes Lab 12339 A BIO-115 Human Genetics (3 CR) 12341 L BIO-204 Microbiology (4 CR) Includes Lab 12342 BIS-334 Management Systems (3 CR) 12345 A BUS-115 Introduction to Business (3 CR) 12352 BUS-120 Intro to E-Commerce (3 CR) 12355 A BUS-216 Legal Environment of Business (3 CR) 12356 A BUS-217 Bus Comm & Report Writing (3 CR) 12357 BUS-485 Capstone (3 CR) 12359 CCR-094 Studio 121 (3 CR) Starts 9/4 14028 L CHE-101 Introduction to Chemistry I (5 CR) Includes Lab 12360 L CHE-111 General College Chemistry I (5 CR) Includes Lab 12366 A CIS-118 Intro to PC Applications: Office 2016 (3 CR) 12371 A CIS-118 Intro to PC Applications: Mac w/Office 2016 (3 CR) 12374 A COM-125 Interpersonal Communication (3 CR) 14690 L COM-220 Intercultural Communication (3 CR) 12378 A CRJ-111 Substantive Criminal Law (3 CR) 12383 A CRJ-210 Constitutional Law (3 CR) 12384 A ECE-205 ECE Nutrition/Health/Safety (3 CR) 12390 ECE-225 Lang & Cognition - Young Child (3 CR) 12391 A ECE-226 Creativity and the Young Child (3 CR) Includes field day 12392 L ECO-201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 CR) 12396 L ECO-202 Principles of Microeconomics (3 CR) 12399 L ECO-245 Issues in Environmental Econ (3 CR) 12402 ECO-327 Data Analysis for Managers (3 CR) 12403 A EDU-131 Intro to Adult Education (3 CR) 12649 A EDU-134 TESL to Adult Learners (3 CR) 12651

29 COLORADOMTN.EDU COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE ADDITIONAL INFO SYN A EDU-222 Effective Teaching (1 CR) meets 9/10-10/17 12653 L ENG-121 English Composition I (3 CR) starts 9/24 14027 L ENG-121 English Composition I (3 CR) 12404 L ENG-122 English Composition II (3 CR) starts 10/1 14075 L ENG-122 English Composition II (3 CR) 12407 L ENV-101 Intro to Environmental Science (4 CR) Includes lab 12408 FIN-325 Essentials of Finance (3 CR) 12657 L GEO-105 World Regional Geography (3 CR) 12419 L HIS-101 Western Civ: Antiquity-1650 (3 CR) 12420 L HIS-102 Western Civ: 1650-Present (3 CR) 12421 L HIS-112 The World: 1500-Present (3 CR) 12422 L HIS-121 US History to Reconstruction (3 CR) 12424 L HIS-122 US History Since Civil War (3 CR) 12425 L HIS-225 Colorado History (3 CR) starts 10/1 14074 L HIS-225 Colorado History (3 CR) 12426 HIT-120 Working With Health IT System (4 CR) 12474 HOS-150 Contemporary Club Management (3 CR) 12434 HOS-221 Basic Hotel & Rest Accounting (3 CR) 12435 HOS-242 Hotel Sales and Marketing (3 CR) 12437 HOS-250 Food, Bev & Labor Cost Control (3 CR) 12438 HPR-106 Law & Ethics for Health Prof (2 CR) 12475 HPR-118 Introduction to Nutrition (2 CR) 12440 A HPR-178 Medical Terminology (2 CR) 12451 A HUM-103 Introduction to Film Art (3 CR) 12453 L HUM-121 Early Civilizations (3 CR) 12454 A HWE-100 Human Nutrition (3 CR) 12456 A HWE-111 Health & Fitness (3 CR) 12458 L JOU-105 Introduction to Mass Media (3 CR) 13111 L LIT-115 Introduction to Literature I (3 CR) starts 10/1 14070 A MAN-224 Leadership (3 CR) 12460 MAN-225 Managerial Finance (3 CR) 12461 MAN-337 Mgmt. Decision Support Systems (3 CR) 12463 MAN-357 Retail Management (3 CR) 12465 MAP-110 Medical Office Administration (4 CR) 12478 MAP-120 Medical Office Financial Mgmt (4 CR) 12479 MAR-155 Social Media for Business (3 CR) 13881 MAR-446 Advertising & Promotion Mgmt (3 CR) 12467 MAT-025 Algebraic Literacy Lab (1 CR) 14124 MAT-050 Quantitative Literacy (4 CR) 12473 MAT-055 Algebraic Literacy (4 CR) 13417 L MAT-121 College Algebra (4 CR) 12477 L MAT-135 Introduction to Statistics (3 CR) 12483 MGD-102 Introduction to Multimedia (3 CR) 13117

30 FALL2018 dosomethingMAJOR COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE ADDITIONAL INFO SYN Online Learning Classes - Fall 2018 Classes meet Aug. 27-Dec. 14 unless otherwise noted. Most classes require a text. Please visit www.ColoradoMtn.edu/online_learning for full course requirements, description and syllabus. MGD-111 Adobe Photoshop I (3 CR) starts 9/4 13119 MGD-141 Web Design I (3 CR) starts 9/4 13131 MGD-280 Internship (3 CR) 13137 MOT-131 Adv Insurance Billing/Coding (3 CR) 12481 L MUS-120 Music Appreciation (3 CR) 12486 PAR-115 Introduction to Law (3 CR) 12487 PAR-116 Torts (3 CR) 12489 PAR-117 Family Law (3 CR) 12490 PAR-118 Contracts (3 CR) 12491 PAR-127 Legal Ethics (3 CR) 12493 PAR-213 Legal Research & Writing I (3 CR) 12494 PAR-289 Capstone (3 CR) 12495 L PHI-111 Introduction to Philosophy (3 CR) 12497 L PHI-112 Ethics (3 CR) 12499 L PHI-113 Logic (3 CR) 12608 L PHI-115 World Religions - West (3 CR) 12505 L PHI-218 Environmental Ethics (3 CR) 12506 L POS-105 Intro to Political Science (3 CR) 12537 L POS-111 American Government (3 CR) 12535 L PSY-101 Gen Psychology I (3 CR) starts 10/1 14072 L PSY-101 Gen Psychology I (3 CR) 12538 L PSY-102 Gen Psychology II (3 CR) starts 10/1 14073 L PSY-102 Gen Psychology II (3 CR) 12550 A PSY-110 Career Development (3 CR) starts 10/1 14023 A PSY-211 Leadership Development (3 CR) starts 10/1 14024 L PSY-231 Positive Psychology (3 CR) starts 10/1 14025 L PSY-235 Human Growth & Development (3 CR) 14281 L PSY-235 Human Growth & Development (3 CR) 12579 A PSY-237 Child & Adolescent Psychology (3 CR) 12583 L SCI-155 Integrated Science I (4 CR) Includes Lab 12585 SKB-152 SIA Marketing (1 CR) 12589 SKB-153 SIA Sales Representative (1 CR) 12592 SKB-155 SIA Promotions (1 CR) 12598 L SOC-101 Introduction to Sociology I (3 CR) 12602 L SOC-215 Contemporary Social Problems (3 CR) 12603 A SPA-112 Spanish Language II (5 CR) WebEx: W 14048

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