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081 - AAS, Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement

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Program 081 Classes

CRNSectionCreditsDayTimeRoomInstructorSeatsFeeBooks
CIS 109 Intro to Microcomputer Windows
30331 A 3 MW 9:30am- 11:10am 2F05 VA. Sleger 15 $15 Books for CIS&course-1=109&section-1=A
30166 B 3 TTh 12:30pm- 2:10pm 2F05 EW. Lyman 15 $15 Books for CIS&course-1=109&section-1=B
30168 C 3 MW 1:30pm- 3:10pm 2F05 VA. Sleger 16 $15 Books for CIS&course-1=109&section-1=C
30167 N 3 W 6:00pm- 9:35pm 2F05 VA. Sleger 22 $15 Books for CIS&course-1=109&section-1=N
30244 TI 3 Online  VA. Sleger 4 $15 Books for CIS&course-1=109&section-1=TI
CJS 101 Intro to Criminal Justice
30209 A 3 TTh 11:00am- 12:15pm 2D15DL. McCollum 18 Books for CJS&course-1=101&section-1=A
30747 SHS 3 TTh 8:00am- 9:15am SHS JJ. Grotto 30 Books for CJS&course-1=101&section-1=SHS
CJS 101 SHS is for Sterling High School students ONLY. Class dates: August 22, 2016 - December 22, 2016
CJS 120 Introduction to Corrections
30399 TI 3 Online  JC. Kerns 14 Books for CJS&course-1=120&section-1=TI
CJS 130 Criminal Investigation
30225 A 3 MW 9:30am- 10:45am 3G06 DL. McCollum 18 Books for CJS&course-1=130&section-1=A
CJS 135 Criminal Law
30400 A 3 T 6:00pm- 8:45pm 2C10PT. Whitcombe 30 Books for CJS&course-1=135&section-1=A
CJS 200 Ethics in Criminal Justice
30467 TI 3 Online  DL. McCollum 15 Books for CJS&course-1=200&section-1=TI
CJS 208 Juvenile Delinquency
30226 A 3 TTh 9:30am- 10:45am 2H14DL. McCollum 24 Books for CJS&course-1=208&section-1=A
Prereq: CJS 101 is recommended.
CJS 230 Police Community Relations
30208 TI 3 Online  DJ. Dehaan 20 Books for CJS&course-1=230&section-1=TI
PED 150 Super Circuit Fitness I
30061 A 1 TBA   Staff 159 $40 Books for PED&course-1=150&section-1=A
30159 C 1 TBA   Staff 149 $40 Books for PED&course-1=150&section-1=C
Section C: Participant will have 16 continuous weeks of facility use beginning with the date of registration Class dates: April 25, 2016 - December 24, 2016
PSY 103 Introduction to Psychology
IAI#: S6900
30066 A 3 MW 9:30am- 10:45am 2C06 AN. Jakobsen 7 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=A
30300 B 3 MW 11:00am- 12:15pm 2C06 Staff 9 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=B
30067 C 3 TTh 8:00am- 9:15am 2C06 TR. Walrath 24 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=C
30069 D 3 TTh 9:30am- 10:45am 2C06 AN. Jakobsen 2 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=D
30070 E 3 TTh 2:00pm- 3:15pm 2C06 NL. Dulabaum 28 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=E
30071 N 3 Th 6:00pm- 8:45pm 2C06 NL. Dulabaum 35 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=N
30258 TI 3 Online  AN. Jakobsen 2 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=TI
30572 TI2 3 Online  AN. Jakobsen 25 Books for PSY&course-1=103&section-1=TI2
SPE 131 Intro to Oral Communication
IAI#: C2900
30286 A 3 MW 1:30pm- 2:45pm 2L03 PA. Fulfs 10 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=A
30085 B 3 MW 9:30am- 10:45am 2K9APA. Fulfs 12 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=B
30087 C 3 MW 11:00am- 12:15pm 2K9ANC. Berkey 14 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=C
30088 D 3 TTh 9:30am- 10:45am 2M05 PA. Fulfs 3 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=D
30089 E 3 TTh 8:00am- 9:15am 2L07 PR. Edleman 0 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=E
30200 F 3 TTh 11:00am- 12:15pm 2H14NC. Berkey 18 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=F
30090 N 3 T 6:00pm- 8:45pm 2C06 JD. Moore 19 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=N
30718 TI 3 Online  PR. Edleman 16 Books for SPE&course-1=131&section-1=TI
Please be informed of the guidelines for participation in this course:1. VENUE: face-to-face performances (speaker and audience) are required of the 3 substantial speeches in an appropriate setting for public speech, such as workplace of community venue. 2. AUDIENCE:at least 8 individuals, aged 16 and older, must be present for the entire presentation and must be seen on camera for each performance.Audience members must be aware that they will be recorded or streamed live. Video will be viewed by the instructor and the online class 3. TECHNOLOGY: students taking the fully online course are expected to utilize appropriate technology despite the challenges of access. The quality of the recording must permit clear sound and video. Speeches may not be edited.