2014 Spring Late Start Class Schedule - page 2

Spring 2014 Late Start Class Schedule
SIER 200V
Computer Information Technology
673-7130
For other computer classes, see also COT, CS, CSCO and IS.
1.00
CIT 105R
Credits
Word Processing
03/03/14-04/11/14
3001
21738
WB
Lab Fee: $2.00.Online Class Fee: $15.00 This is entry level online course that will cover Microsoft WORD 2013.Online classes cannot be accessed until the first Monday of the
appropriate semester 3/3/2014.Students need to have access to Microsoft Office 2013 , a computer and internet to complete assignments. Students who do not have Microsoft Office
2013 installed on their home or office computers, may use the following general access labs on any of the following TMCC campuses: SIER109, MDWS S124, or RC-B 100.
1.00
CIT 106
Credits
Spreadsheets
04/14/14-05/16/14
3001
21739
WB
Lab Fee: $2.00.Online Class Fee: $15.00 This is entry level online course that will cover Microsoft EXCEL 2013.Online classes cannot be accessed until the first Monday 4/14/2014 of
the appropriate semester.Students need to have access to Microsoft Office 2013 , a computer and internet to complete assignments. Students who do not have Microsoft Office 2013
installed on their home or office computers, may use the following general access labs on any of the following TMCC campuses: SIER109, MDWS S124, or RC-B 100.
1.00
CIT 108
Credits
PowerPoint
03/03/14-04/11/14
3001
21740
WB
Lab Fee: $2.00.Online Class Fee: $15.00 This is entry level online course that will cover Microsoft PowerPoint 2013.Online classes cannot be accessed until the first Monday of the
appropriate semester 3/3/2014.Students need to have access to Microsoft Office 2013 , a computer and internet to complete assignments. Students who do not have Microsoft Office
2013 installed on their home or office computers, may use the following general access labs on any of the following TMCC campuses: SIER109, MDWS S124, or RC-B 100.
RDMT 334
Core Humanities
674-7945
Prerequisite: ENG 102 or ENG 114.
3.00
CH 203
Credits
American Experiences and Constitutional Change
04/14/14-05/18/14
1018
31359
WB
RDMT 418
Criminal Justice
673-7115
3.00
CRJ 101
Credits
Introduction to Criminal Justice I
03/24/14-05/18/14
3210
31398
WB
3.00
CRJ 225
Credits
Criminal Evidence
03/03/14-04/13/14
3501
28617
WB
Limited to accepted CRJ Fast Track Degree students. Please contact 775-673-7047 to permission to enter this course.
3.00
CRJ 265
Credits
Introduction to Physical Evidence
04/14/14-05/18/14
3501
28618
WB
Limited to CRJ Fast Track Degree students Only. please contact 775-673-7047 for permission to enter this course.
RDMT 324
Culinary Arts
674-4845
2.00
CUL 100
Credits
Sanitation/HACCP
9:00 - 11:50 MW Dandini Campus 03/03/14-04/09/14
1003
31066
P
This is a 2 credit course. Required for Culinary Degree Students. Passing this course and the Serve Safe Exam confers National and Washoe County Food Service Manager
certification. Acceptable as the required course for American Culinary Federation Certification.
Prerequisite: CUL 108
3.00
CUL 130
Credits
Garde Manger
9:00 - 12:50 TTH Dandini Campus 03/11/14-05/08/14
1001
21705
P
Course introduces students to the three main items of the cold kitchen; reception foods, canapes, and hors d'oeuvres, and buffet arrangements. Students gain hands-on experience in
the production of pates, galantines, terrines, salads, and other cold foods that enhance buffets. Students will also be introduced to the use of aspic, food sculpture and ice carving
techniques, plus modern ways of decorating and arranging platters.
1.00
CUL 198
Credits
Special Topics in Culinary Arts
9:00 - 4:00 THF Dandini Campus 05/14/14-05/15/14
1004
21748
P
Culinary Sonoma Tour - This course meets in Santa Rosa, CA. Must be 21 to enroll. Calls 674-7917 for more information. Please attend the orientation meeting on 03/06/14 in
RDMT 223 @ 6:00 PM.
Prerequisite: CUL 106, 108 or permission of instructor.
3.00
CUL 220
Credits
International Cuisine
= Night Classes
P=Traditional, HY=Hybrid, IS = Independent Study, WB=WebCollege
Room assignments will be available two weeks prior to
the start of instruction by logging in to
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