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The Mead School District is excited about our partnership with the Community Colleges of Spokane and a new dual credit offering called "Running Start for Careers."  We know there is a need for skilled labor in almost every vocational field and this option allows juniors and/or seniors to start their training at the college for free while simultaneously earning high school credits toward graduation.  Please inquire with the student's grade level counselor for additional information.
As a paraprofessional in the accounting field, the accounting assistant analyzes and interprets the essential information about the operations of a business and contributes vitally to important policies and decisions.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: accountant, accounting or inventory clerk, bookkeeper, cost accountant, junior accountant, junior auditor, junior federal assistant, office manager, payroll clerk or supervisor, paraprofessional.    

Accounting Assistant (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer  |  Program length: 6 quarters  |  Prerequisites: No  | Total College Credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Math Credit

-  College Accounting - ACCT 151 (5 credits)

-  Basic Business Math and Electronic Calculators - BUS 103 (5 credits)

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

-  College Accounting II - ACCT 152 (5 credits)

-  Business Tax Accounting - ACCT 162 (2 credits)

Core English Credit

-  Business Correspondence - BT 272 (5 credits)

-  Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

-  Fundamentals of Economics - ECON 100 (5 credits)

-  Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-  Intro to Business - BUS& 101 (5 credits)

-  Business Law - BUS& 201 (5 credits)

-  College and Career Strategies - BT 152 (3 credits)

-  QuickBooks - ACCT141 (5 credits)

-  Advanced QuickBooks - ACCT 142 (5 credits)

-  Spreadsheet Design and Analysis - BT 204 (5 credits)

-  Accounting Integration - ACCT 204 (5 credits)

-  Payroll Procedures - ACCT 161 (5 credits)

-  Accounting Applications and Analysis - ACCT 212 (5 credits)

-  Tax I: Individual Income Tax - ACCT 221 (5 credits)

-  Cooperative Education Work Experience - ACCT 288 (2 credits) - 8 credits of Business Electives

The Agriculture Business program is designed to train students for entry-level employment in the agricultural chemical and fertilizer industry, farming operations as well as local, state, and federal governmental agencies.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: farming, agrochemical applicator, field representative, sales, farm service/supply companies, and government agencies.

Agriculture Business (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 91

High School Graduation Requirement College Equivalent
Core Science Credit - Environmental Soil Science - ENVS 210 (5 credits)
- Basic Crop Science - AGHRT 101 (5 credits)
Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits - Principles of Pest Management - AGHRT 104 (5 credits)
- Plant Biology - ENVS 110 (5 credits)
- Weed Biology and Control - AGHRT 225 (5 credits)
Core Math Credit - Basic Business Math and Electronic Calculators - BUS 103 (5 credits)
- Business Mathematics - BUS 104 (5 credits)
Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits - College Accounting I - ACCT 151 (5 credits)
Core English Credit - English Composition - ENGL& 101 (5 credits)
- Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)
Core Social Studies Credit - Fundamentals of Economics - ECON 100 (5 credits)
Optional Elective / CTE Credits - Introduction to Computer Applications - CIS 110 (5 credits)
- Green Industry Business Management - AGHRT 116 (5 credits)
- AgHort Occupational Preparation - AGHRT 184 (1 credit)
- AgHort Occupational Preparation - AGHRT 185 (1 credit)
- Principles of Management - MMGT 101 (5 credits)
- Pesticides and Fertilizer Application Equipment - AGHRT 102 (2 credits)
- Soil Management and Fertility - AGHRT 219 (5 credits)
- Plant Problem and Diagnosis - AGHRT 230 (5 credits)
- Introduction to Water Resources - WATER 109 (5 credits)
- Pest Management Project - AGHRT 232 (2 credits)
The Agriculture Technology program is designed to train students for entry-level employment in the agricultural chemical and fertilizer industry, farming operations as well as local, state, and federal governmental agencies. POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: farming, agrochemical applicator, field representative, sales, farm service/supply companies, and government agencies.


Agriculture Technology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement College Equivalent
Core Science Credit - Environmental Soil Science - ENVS 210 (5 credits)
- Basic Crop Science - AGHRT 101 (5 credits)
Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits - Principles of Pest Management - AGHRT 104 (5 credits)
- Plant Biology - ENVS 110 (5 credits)
- Introduction to Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources - ENVS 220 (5 credits)
- Weed Biology and Control - AGHRT 225 (5 credits)
Core Math Credit - Natural Resources Mathematical Applications - NATRS 112 (5 credits)
Core English Credit - English Elective (10 credits)
Optional Elective / CTE Credits - Basic Computer Applications in Natural Resources - NATRS 120 (2 credits) - AgHort Occupational Preparation - AGHRT 184 (1 credit)

- AgHort Occupational Preparation - AGHRT 185 (1 credit)
- Maps and Aerial Photo Interpretation - NATRS 240 (5 credits)

- Natural Resources Trigonometric Applications - NATRS 122 (5 credits)
- Global Positioning Systems - NATRS 230 (3 credits)
- Pesticides and Fertilizer Application Equipment - AGHRT 102 (2 credits) - Green Industry Business Management - AGHRT 116 (5 credits)
- Soil Management and Fertility - AGHRT 219 (5 credits)
- Applications in Geographic Information Systems - NATRS 221 (4 credits) - Introduction to Water Resources - WATER 109 (5 credits)
- Plant Problem and Diagnosis - AGHRT 230 (5 credits)
- Pest Management Project - AGHRT 232 (2 credits)

There are many pathways to employment in the field of audio engineering including work in recording facilities, postproduction studios and live sound venues. The increasing popularity of video games and multi-media production has led to increased demand in the gaming and web industries for skilled audio technicians well versed in digital and analog technology.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: studio recording/mix engineer, live sound engineer, AV technician, editor, Foley artist, and MIDI programmer.
 

Audio Engineering (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 97-99

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credits

-  Audio Engineering I - AUDIO 156 (4 credits)

-  Audio Engineering II - AUDIO 255 (4 credits)

 

Core Math Credit

Choose One:

-   Math in Society - MATH& 107 (5 credits)

-   Practical Business Math Applications - BUS 123 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

- Communication Related Instruction Requirement (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Human Relations/Leadership Related Instruction (5 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Music Basics for Audio Professionals - AUDIO 116 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

Optional Art / Elective / CTE Credits

-  Contemporary Harmony - MUSC 114 (3 credits)

-  Functional Piano II - MUSC 167 (2 credits)

-  Scoring for Film and Multi-Media - AUDIO 206 (5 credits)

-  Contemporary Harmony II/Songwriting - MUSC 214 (5 credits)

-  Functional Piano - MUSC 166 (2 credits)

-  Intro to Recording - AUDIO 155 (5 credits)

-  Digital Audio I - AUDIO 120 (4 credits)

-  Digital Audio II - AUDIO 121 (4 credits)

-  Digital Audio III - AUDIO 218 (5 credits)

-  Digital Audio IV - AUDIO 219 (5 credits)

-  Digital Audio V - AUDIO 220 (5 credits)

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Intro to Music Technology - AUDIO 117 (4 credits)

-  Live Sound and Location Recording - AUDIO 113 (3 credits)

-  Audio Project I - AUDIO 151 (1 credit)

-  Live Sound - AUDIO 213 (4 credits)

-  System Setup and Maintenance - AUDIO 217 (3 credits)

-  MIDI Arranging - AUDIO 205 (5 credits)

-  Audio Projects II - AUDIO 220 (1 credit)

-  Audio Portfolio - AUDIO 260 (1 credit)

-  Cooperative Education Seminar - AUDIO 266 (1 credit)

-  Cooperative Education Work Experience - AUDIO 267 (1-3 credits)

The Automotive Technology program prepares students for employment in many areas of the automotive field including dealerships, independent garages, fleet shops, service stations, and specialty shops which cover areas such as tune-ups and brakes.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: automatic transmission specialist, salesperson, automotive technician, front end alignment technician, heating and air conditioning specialist, engine performance technician and electrical/electronics specialist.

Automotive Technology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 109-127

High School Graduation Requirement College Equivalent
Core Science Credit - Theory of Electrical and Electronics - AUTO 115 (11 credits)
Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits - Diagnosis of Electrical and Electronics - AUTO 116 (7 credits)
- Theory of Brakes - AUTO 111 (6 credits)
- Theory of Suspension and Steering - AUTO 131 (5 credits)
- Theory of Heating and Air Conditioning - AUTO 119 (4 credits)
- Theory of Engines - AUTO 211 (7 credits)
- Theory of Auto Transmissions/Transaxles - AUTO 113 (6 credits)
- Theory of Manual Drive Train/Transmissions - AUTO 129 (5 credits)
- Theory of Engine Performance - AUTO 117 (11 credits)
Core Math Credit - Applied Mathematics - APLED 112 (4 credits)
Core English Credit - Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)
- Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (4 credits)
- Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)
Optional Elective / CTE Credits - Introduction to Computers for Technology - APLED 113 (2 credits)
- Leadership Skills for Business and Industry - APLED 123 (4 credits)
- Introduction to Automotive - AUTO 100 (4 credits)
- Auto Welding - WELD (1 credit)
- Application of Brakes - AUTO 112 (4 credits)
- Application of Suspension and Steering - AUTO 132 (3 credits)
- Application of Heat and AC - AUTO 120 (2 credits)
- Application of Engine Repair - AUTO 212 (5 credits)
- Application of Auto Transmission/Transaxles - AUTO 114 (4 credits)
- Application of Manual Drive Train/Transmission - AUTO 130 (3 credits)
- Application of Engine Performance - AUTO 118 (7 credits)
- Optional Summer Credits Offered in High Performance Engines (0-18 credits)
 
 
It takes a special kind of person with a special knack to be a good business manager. The Business Management program at SFCC is designed to teach the basic principles of business management in order to prepare students to potentially become middle managers and junior executives.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: office manager, assistant buyer, customer service manager, retail manager, bank branch manager, business owner, department manager, hotel or motel manager, sales and distribution, management trainee, retail operations manager.
 

Business Management (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

 

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

 

Core Math Credit

- Practical Business Math Applications - BUS 123 (5 credits)

 

Optional Math Credit

- Computation Elective (5 credits)

 

Core English Credit

- Social Media Marketing - MMGT 125 (5 credits)
- English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

 

Core Social Studies Credit

- Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)
- Fundamentals of Economics - ECON 100 (5 credits)

Optional Social Studies Credit

- Intro to Business – BUS 101 (5 credits)
- General Psychology - PSYC&100 (5 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

- Advertising Basics – MMGT 217 (3 credits)
- Applied Leadership – BUS 106 (3 credits)
- Area of Emphasis (5 credits)
- Business Law - BUS& 201 (5 credits)
- Customer Service – MMGT 223 (3 credits)
- Human Relations Leadership Elective (5 credits)
- Human Resource Management - MMGT 231 (5 credits)
- Marketing - MMGT 211 (5 credits)
- Money Management – BUS 100 (3 credits)
- Principles of Leadership - BUS 105 (3 credits)
- Principles of Management - MMGT 101 (5 credits)
- Sixth Quarter Elective (5 credits)
 
 
The CAD Design and Drafting program prepares students with the skills necessary for drafting and design using both CAD drafting and solid modeling techniques.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: CAD design and/or drafting for mechanical firms, manufacturing firms, engineering firms, architects, structural or HVAC contractors, electrical/electronics/fluid power companies, in a wide range of types and sizes of companies.

CAD Design and Drafting (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement College Equivalent
Core Science Credit - Engineering Graphics/CAD I - CAD 114 (5 credits)
- Engineering Graphics/CAD II - CAD 124 (5 credits)
Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits - Introduction to Technology - CAD 101 (3 credits)
- Building Systems Mechanical CAD Applications - CAD 243 (3 credits)
- Structural CAD Applications - CAD 244 (3 credits)
- Manufacturing Processes and Precision Measuring - CAD 246 (2 credits)
- Technical Applications I - CAD 255 (4 credits)
- Mechanical CAD Applications - CAD 256 (3 credits)
- Fabrication and Piping CAD Applications - CAD 260 (3 credits)
- Technical Application II - CAD 264 (4 credits)
- Schematics/Advanced CAD - CAD 268 (3 credits)
Core Math Credit - Applied Technical Math I - CAD 111 (3 credits)
- Manufacturing and Measuring Systems - CAD 265 (2 credits)
- Applied Technical Math II - CAD 121 (3 credits)
- Applied Technical Math and Physics - CAD 137 (3 credits)
Optional Math /Elective / CTE Credits - Applied Tolerances and GD&T - CAD 251 (3 credits)
Core English Credit - Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)
- Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (3 credits)
- Basic Blueprint Reading - CAD 120 (3 credits)
Core Art Credit - Introduction to Design - CAD 133 (5 credits)
- CAD Solid Modeling/Graphics I - CAD 142 (5 credits)
Optional Elective / CTE Credits - Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)
- Shop Practices - CAD 141 (2 credits)
- Project Design and Management - CAD 261 (4 credits)
- CAD Solid Modeling/Graphics II - CAD 252 (4 credits)
- Mechanical Design Fundamentals - CAD 242 (5 credits)
The Automotive Collision and Refinishing Technician program teaches the skills necessary to succeed in the automotive collision repair industry.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: auto body combination, heavy collision technician, automotive refinisher, body shop foreman/owner, sales, collision estimator, detailer, factory representative, frames, glass, insurance adjuster, industrial refinisher, jobber salesperson, painter’s assistant.
 

Collision & Refinishing Technician (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 100-108

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Introduction to Unibody Lab - ABF 112 (5 credits)

-   Advanced Metal Straightening and Panel Alignment Methods Lab - ABF 244 (6 credits)

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Basic Metal Straightening and Panel Alignment - ABF 215 (1 credit)

-   Basic Metal Straightening and Panel Alignment Lab - ABF 115 (3 credits)

Core Math Credit

-   Applied Mathematics - APLED 112 (4 credits)

-   Materials and Cost Estimation Lab - ABF 140 (2 credits)

 

Core English Credit

-   Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (4 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

 

Core Art Credit

-   Introduction to Topcoat Systems and Application Procedure Lab - ABF 136 (2 credits)

-   Basic Color Matching and Paint Mixing Fundamentals - ABF 137 (3 credits)

-   Intermediate Paint Application, Color Matching, and Paint Mixing Lab - ABF 139 (3 credits)

-   Intermediate Pain Application, Color Matching, and Paint Mixing - ABF 239 (1 credit)

-   Intermediate Finessing, Compounding, and Detailing - ABF 141 (3 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Computers for Technology - APLED 113 (2 credits)

-   Shop Lab Procedure - ABF 111 (3 credits)

-   Parts Identification - ABF 216 (1 credit)

-   Part Identification Lab - ABF 116 (2 credits)

-   Automotive Collision MIG Welding - ABF 117 (3 credits)

-   Shop Procedures - ABF 211 (1 credit)

-   Introduction to Unibody - ABF 212 (2 credits)

-   Advanced Metal Straightening and Panel Replacement Methods - ABF 247 (1 credit)

-   Major Panel Replacement Lab - ABF 123 (4 credits)

-   Mechanical Component Lab - ABF 124 (3 credits)

-   Major Unibody and Frame Repair Lab - ABF 125 (4 credits)

-   Major Panel Replacement - ABF 127 (1 credit)

-   Mechanical Components - ABF 224 (1 credit)

-   Major Unibody and Frame Repair - ABF 225 (1 credit)

-   Introduction to Industrial Safety and Hygiene Lab - ABF 133 (1 credit)

-   Introduction to Interior and Exterior Surface Preparation Lab ABF 134 (2 credits)

-   Basic Polishing and Detailing - ABF 135 (3 credits)

-   Introduction to Industrial Safety and Hygiene - ABF 233 (1 credit)

-   Introduction to Interior and Exterior Surface Preparation - ABF 234 (1 credit)

-   Introduction to Topcoat Systems and Application Procedures - ABF 236 (1 credit)

-   Intermediate Interior and Exterior Surface Preparation Lab - ABF 138 (3 credits)

-   Intermediate Interior and Exterior Surface Preparation - ABF 238 (1 credit)

-   Materials and Cost Estimation - ABF 240 (1 credit)

-   Sheet Metal Restoration Welding Lab - ABF 270 (3 credits)

-   Sheet Metal Shaping Lab - ABF 271 (3 credits)

-   Bucks and Forms Lab - ABF 272 (2 credits)

-   Sheet Metal and Restoration and Repair - ABF 273 (3 credits)

-   Sheet Metal Restoration Welding - ABF 275 (1 credit)

Cosmetology is a diverse field that offers a variety of employment opportunities. SCC’s Cosmetology program provides the education and training needed to successfully compete in today’s job market. Upon successful completion of the 1,600-hour program, students are prepared to take the Washington State Examination of Cosmetology. After passing this exam, they will be qualified to receive a license for Cosmetology.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: assistant to stylist, hair dresser, salon manager, instructor, nail care, wig stylist, chemical technician, stylist, cosmetologist, skin care, hair cutter, platform artist, retail sales cosmetologist and salon or school owner.
 

Cosmetology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Program length: 7 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 114-124

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- Cosmetology, Esthetics and Manicuring Concepts II - COS 121 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Applied Mathematics - APLED 112 (3 credits)

 

Core English Credit

-   Technical Writing - ENGL& 235 (5 credits)

-   Business and Professional Communication - CMST 287 (5 credits)

-   Option to ENGL& 235 and CMST 287 is APLED 121 (4 credits) and APLED 123 (3 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)

Core PE/Health Credit

- First Aid - HLTH 174 (3 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Computers for Technology - APLED 113 (2 credits)

-   Introduction to Cosmetology - COS 101 (2 credits)

-   Basic First Aid in the Workplace - EMS 120 (2 credits)

-   Cosmetology, Esthetics and Manicuring Concepts - COS 111 (5 credits)

-   Cosmetology, Esthetics and Manicuring Applications - COS 112 (12 credits)

-   Cosmetology, Esthetics and Manicuring Applications II - COS 122 (11 credits)

-   Intermediate Cosmetology I - COS 131 (5 credits)

-   Intermediate Cosmetology Applications I - COS 132 (11 credits)

-   Intermediate Cosmetology II - COS 241 (5 credits)

-   Intermediate Cosmetology Applications II - COS 242 (10 credits)

-   Advanced Cosmetology I - COS 251 (5 credits)

-   Advanced Cosmetology Applications I - COS 252 (10 credits)

-   Advanced Cosmetology II - COS 261 (5 credits)

-   Advanced Cosmetology Applications II - COS 262 (10 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

The Criminal Justice curriculum is made up of courses and a carefully selected group of general education requirements designed to prepare each student for a career in the field of criminal justice. These courses prepare students with theory and practical skills in the areas of criminal law, investigations, interview, communications, human relations, and other criminal justice topics.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: county police, industrial security officer, municipal police, private security guard, state police and federal agencies.
 

Criminal Justice (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring  |  Program length: 6 quarters  |  Prerequisites: No  | Total College Credits: 95

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- Intro to Forensics - CJ 240 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

-  Basic Business Math and Electronic Calculators - BUS 103 (5 credits)

-  Option to BUS 103 is APLED 112 (4 credits) or any math course 100 or above)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I - ENGL& 101 (5 credits)

-  English Composition II - ENGL& 102 (5 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-  Interpersonal Communication - CMST& 210 (5 credits)

-  Criminal Justice Technical Writing - CJ 217 (5 credits)

-  Criminal Justice Communications - CJ 202 (4 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

-  Intro into Criminal Law - CJ& 110 (5 credits)

-  Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure - CJ 201 (5 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

- Intro to Criminal Justice - CJ& 101 (5 credits)

- Intro to Policing - CJ 111 (5 credits)

- Intro into Corrections - CJ& 105 (5 credits)

- Intro to Juvenile Justice - CJ& 106 (5 credits)

-  Intro to Criminology - CJ& 112 (5 credits)

-  Professional Development - CJ 212 (2 credits)

-  Police Ethics - CJ 128 (5 credits)

-   Community Relations - CJ 204 (5 credits0 - Crisis Intervention Training - CJ 229 (5 credits)

-  21st Century Police Operations - CJ 249 (5 credits) - Criminal Justice Electives (CJ 240 + 4 credits)

Basic and advanced procedures in food preparation are included in the two- year Culinary Arts program. A detailed study is made of the various cooking methods for meats, fish, poultry, vegetables, soups and sauces. Menu terminology and cooking terms are defined and illustrated. This program is accredited by the American Culinary Federation (ACF).
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Executive chef, prep cook, chef, breakfast cook, dietitian assistant, dinner cook, fry cook, hotel cook, kitchen helper, restaurant manager, sous-chef, pastry cook, short order cook, hospital cook, deli manager.
 

Culinary Arts (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 105

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- Food Science - CUL 126 (5 credits)

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Food Sanitation - CUL 115 (3 credits)

-   Nutrition for Chefs and Restaurant Managers - HM 116 (3 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Hospitality Cost Controls - CUL 265 (5 credits)

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

- Hospitality Mathematics - HM 112 (3 credits)

Core English Credit

- Human Relations – HM 130 (5 credits)

Optional English / Elective / CTE Credits

- Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Culinary Arts - CUL 110 (5 credits)

-   Cooking Applications - CUL 124 (10 credits)

-   Advanced Cooking Theory - CUL 253 (5 credits)

-   A la Carte Cooking I - CUL 254 (10 credits)

-   A la Carte Cooking II - CUL 264 (9 credits)

-   Menu Planning - CUL 255 (3 credits)

-   Presidential - CUL 260 (1 credit)

-   Theory of Modern Cuisine - CUL 263 (5 credits)

-   Yeast Doughs - BAK 140 (1 credit)

-   Theory of Restaurant Baking - CUL 243 (5 credits)

-   Restaurant Baking Applications - CUL 244 (10 credits)

-   Espresso - CUL 123 (2 credits)

-   Banquet Service - CUL 127 (2 credits)

-   A la Carte Service - CUL 131 (9 credits)

Diesel/Heavy Duty mechanics repair and maintain trucks, busses, logging, mining, agricultural and construction equipment. In addition, they maintain and repair diesel and gasoline engines, compressors and pumps.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: There is a large demand for qualified technicians. Many are employed in service departments of distributors and dealers selling diesel engines, farm and construction equipment and trucks. Technicians also work for companies and government agencies that repair and maintain their own diesel-powered equipment.
 

Diesel/Heavy Duty Equipment (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 114

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Basic Electrical Theory – HEQ 111 (7 credits)

-   Basic Electrical Applications – HEQ 112 (9 credits)

 

 

Optional Science /Elective / CTE Credits

-   Basic Principles of Engine Theory – HEQ 121 (7 credits)

-   Basic Engine Applications – HEQ 122 (9 credits)

-   Principles of Power Train Theory – HEQ 131 (7 credits)

-   Power Train Applications - HEQ 132 (9 credits)

-   Heavy Equipment Hydraulic Theory - HEQ 241 (7 credits)

-   Heavy Duty Equipment Hydraulic Application - HEQ 242 (9 credits)

 

Core Math Credit

-   Applied Mathematics - APLED 112 (4 credits)

-   HEQ Welding I – WELD 151 (3 credits)

-   HEQ Welding II – WELD 152 (3 credits)

Core English Credit

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (3 credits)

-   Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Practical Shop Procedures - HEQ 251 (7 credits)

-   Practical Shop - HEQ 252 (9 credits)

-   Practical Shop Procedures - HEQ 261 (7 credits)

-   Practical Shop - HEQ 262 (6 credits)

-   Special Problems - HEQ 294 (3 credits)

Whether you want to become a teacher of young children, own/operate a childcare center or family childcare home, work with school-age children, or as a family support specialist, this program will help provide the professional preparation you need to pursue a career in the education and care of young children and supports further study and transfer opportunities to four-year programs.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Child Care Administrator/Director, Child Life Specialist, Community Care Licensing Specialist, Early Learning Program/Referral Specialist, Family Child Care Owner/Provider, Family Support Specialist/Counselor, Foster Care Provider, Head Start/ECEAP Teacher, Infant/ Toddler Teacher, Paraeducator, Parent/Family Educator, Preschool Teacher, School-Age Care Director/Provider.
 

Early Childhood Education (Associate Applied Science - Transfer)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- Sciences: Group B Lab Course (5 credits)

Optional Science / CTE / Elective Credits

- Health, Safety, Nutrition - ECED&107 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning Course – Math (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I ENGL&101 (5 credits)

-  English Composition II ENGL&102 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

-  Social Sciences: Group A (5 credits)

-  Social Sciences: Group A or B (5 credits)

Optional Social Studies Credit / CTE / Elective

- Intercultural Communication - CMST 227 (5 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Humanities: Group B (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Child Development - EDUC&115 (5 credits)

-  Child, Family, Community - EDUC&150 (3 credits)

-  Curriculum Development - ECED&160 (5 credits)

-  Guiding Behavior - EDUC&130 (3 credits)

-  Infant/Toddler Care - ECED&132 (3 credits)

-  Introduction to Early Childhood Education - ECED&105 (5 credits)

-  Language and Literacy - ECED&180 (3 credits)

-  Learning Environments - ECED&170 (3  credits)

-  Observation and Assessment - ECED&190 (3 credits)

-  Practicum I - ECED 282 (5 credits)

-  Practicum II - ECED 283 (5 credits)

-  Practicum-Nurturing Relationships - ECED&120 (2 credits)

 
 
From smart phones to autonomous cars, electronic technology is an integral and constantly changing part of our world. An Electronics Engineering Technician degree provides the foundation necessary to pursue a career in this exciting field.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Audio visual technician, broadcast engineer, cable TV maintenance, electronic research and development, fiberoptic technician, electronics technician, engineering aide, engineering specialist, FAA and weather bureau, installation technician, instrument manufacturing technician, medical electronics, military electronics technician, consumer electronics technician, field service engineer, electronic systems salesperson, computer repair technician, computer field service technician, computer network technician, avionics technician, and satellite service technician.

Electronics Engineering Technician (Mechatronics) (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter | Program length: 7 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 134

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   DC Circuits Lab - ELECT 112 (5 credits)

-   AC Circuits Lab - ELECT 122 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   DC Circuits - ELECT 111 (9 credits)

-   AC Circuits - ELECT 121 (9 credits)

-   Solid State Devices & Lab - ELECT 131/132 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   Computer Systems & Lab - ELECT 133/134 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   Digital Concepts & Lab - ELECT 211/212 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   Linear Devices & Lab - ELECT 215/2162 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   RF Communications & Lab - ELECT 221/222 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   Internet of Things & Lab - ELECT 225/226 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   Microprocessors and DSP & Lab - ELECT 233/234 (5 credits & 4 credits)

-   DC Generators and Motors - ELMT 132 (4 credits)

-   Introduction to Programmable Controllers - ELMT 243 (4 credits)

-   Applied Hydraulics - FLPT 274 (4 credits)

Core Math Credit

-   DC Electronics Math - ELECT 113 (5 credits)

-   AC Electronics Math - ELECT 123 (5 credits)

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

- Pneumatic Math and Symbols - FLPT 272 (4 credits)

Core English Credit

-   Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Pneumatic Theory - FLPT271 (5 credits)

-   Hydraulic Theory - FLPT 273 (5 credits)

-   One 4-credit ELMT Elective Course (ELMT 132, ELMT 133, or ELMT 244)

The Fire Science Technology program is designed to prepare students for entry-level careers as firefighters for municipal, industrial, state, and federal fire departments. The primary mission of the Fire Science Technology program
is the identification and mitigation of emergencies in order to preserve life and property.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Firefighter, rescue worker, fire loss investigator, fire prevention technician, fire systems
 

Fire Science (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 103

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- Chemical Concepts with Lab - CHEM &110 (5 credits)

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

- Principles of Hydraulics - FS 105 (4 credits)

Core Math Credit

-   Basic Business Math and Electronic Calculators - BUS 103 (5 credits)

-   Option to BUS 103 is MATH& 107 (5 credits) or MATH 201 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-   English Composition I - ENGL& 101 (5 credits)

-   Interpersonal Communication - CMST& 210 (5 credits)

Core PE/Health Credit

-   Basic Fitness - PE 188 (2 credits)

-   Safety, Health, & Wellness for Emergency Services - FS 109 (3 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Orientation to Fire Science - FS 100 (2 credits)

-   Introduction to Fire Science - FS 211 (4 credits)

-   Intermediate Fire Science - FS 221 (4 credits)

-   Advanced Fire Science - FS 231 (4 credits)

-   Fire Science Applications I - FS 212 (6 credits)

-   Fire Science Applications II - FS 222 (6 credits)

-   Fire Science Applications III - FS 232 (6 credits)

-   Community Relations - FS 115 (3 credits)

-   Building Construction - FS 152 (3 credits)

-   Hazardous Materials I - FS 170 (3 credits)

-   Professional Development - FS 233 (2 credits)

-   Introduction to Technical Search & Rescue - FS 116 (6 credits)

-   Fire Tactics - FS 160 (3 credits)

-   Wildland Fire Operations - FS 177 (3 credits)

-   Emergency Vehicle Operations - FS 114 (6 credits)

(EMS courses below: must be 18 by the time of clinical rotations)

-   Introduction to EMT Basics - EMS 131 (5 credits)

-   Basic Skills for EMTs I - EMS 132 (1 credit)

-   Continuation of EMT Basics - EMS 133 (5 credits)

-   Basic Skills for EMTs II - EMS 134 (1 credit)

-   EMT Practicum - EMS 135 (1 credit)

The two-year Graphic Design program is an intensive course of study that prepares students for entry-level jobs in design studios, advertising agencies, corporate in-house design departments and other businesses creating design, advertising and promotional content. Standards match job requirements that range from technical production abilities to high-level creative conceptualizing.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: graphic designer, art director, package de- signer, production designer, television graphics designer, web page designer, 3-D modeler, multimedia designer, and pre-press technician.
 

Graphic Design (Associate Applied Science - Transfer)

Program start: Fall | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 112

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Math Credit

- Math in Society - MATH& 107 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

-  English Composition II - ENGL&102 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

-  Fundamentals of Economics - ECON 100 (5 credits)

-  Intro to Sociology - SOC& 101 (5 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Art Appreciation - ART& 100 (5 credits)

 

 

 

Optional Art / Elective / CTE Credits

-  Design Process I - GRDSN101 (4 credits)

-  Design Technology I - GRDSN102 (3 credits)

-  Drawing for Graphic Designers - GRDSN105 (3 credits)

-  History of Design - GRDSN109 (5 credits)

-  Design Process II - GRDSN111 (4 credits)

-  Design Technology II - GRDSN112 (3 credits)

-  Design Process III - GRDSN121 (4 credits)

-  Design Technology III - GRDSN122 (3 credits)

-  Computer Drawing - GRDSN125 (3 credits)

-  Typography and Layout - GRDSN151 (3 credits)

-  Illustrator I - GRDSN156 (2 credits)

-  PhotoShop I - GRDSN158 (2 credits)

-  InDesign I - GRDSN163 (2 credits)

-  Web Development I - GRDSN181 (4 credits)

-  Web Development II - GRDSN182 (3 credits)

-  Design Process IV - GRDSN201 (4 credits)

-  Design Technology IV - GRDSN202 (3 credits)

-  Design Process V - GRDSN211 (4 credits)

-  Design Technology V - GRDSN212 (3 credits)

-  Design Process VI - GRDSN221 (4 credits)

-  Design Portfolio - GRDSN223 (3 credits)

-  Multimedia I - GRDSN235 (3 credits)

-  Multimedia II - GRDSN236 (3 credits)

-  Software Elective (2 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

- PHIL&101 Intro to Philosophy

 
 
Job opportunities in the fitness industry are increasing in response to an expanding fitness market. The most recent increases are in the areas of personal training, youth fitness, and programs for older adults. The HFT program provides instruction in professional areas such as exercise physiology, anatomical Kinesiology, sports nutrition, biomechanics, personal training, health screening, and exercise prescription. Related courses include stress management, first aid/ CPR and special considerations in exercise.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: personal trainer, strength coach, fitness coach, wellness director, cooperate fitness, senior fitness specialist, group exercise instructor.
 

Health/Fitness Technician (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-  General Biology w/ Lab - BIOL&160 (5 credits)

-  Human A & P - BIOL&241 (5 credits)

 

Optional Science / CTE / Elective Credits

-  Health Appraisal and Exercise Prescription - FMT 204 (5 credits)

-  Exercise and the Cardiovascular System - FMT 209 (3 credits)

-  Physiology of Exercise - FMT 111 (5 credits)

-  Biomechanics - FMT 235 (5 credits)

-  Anatomical and Physiological Kinesiology - FMT 106 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Math in Society - MATH& 107 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  Introduction to Communication - CMST&101 (5 credits)

-  English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- HFT Suggested Electives – Social Studies (5 credits)

Core PE/Health Credit

-  Fundamentals of Resistance Training - PE 138 (2 credits)

-  Stress Management - HLTH 104 (3 credits)

 

 

Optional PE/Health / CTE / Elective Credit

-  Principles of Strength Training - FMT 119 (5 credits)

-  Special Considerations in Exercise - FMT 112 (3 credits)

-  Personal Training - FMT 225 (5 credits)

-  Nutrition for Fitness - HLTH 270 (3 credits)

-  First Aid - HLTH 174 (3 credits)

-  HFT Suggested Electives – PE (1 credit)

Core Art Credit

- Social Media Marketing - MMGT 125 (5 credits)

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Leadership Dynamics - FMT 115 (3 credits)

-  Cooperative Education Seminar - PE 266

-  Cooperative Education Work Experience - PE 267

 
 
Completion of the two-year Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC/R) program at Spokane Community College prepares the student for an entry-level position in one of the most challenging occupations available. Areas of study include basic HVAC/R systems, electricity, heating, local gas and oil codes, load calculations, cooling, refrigeration, duct design, and trouble- shooting.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE:
air conditioning service technician, domestic air conditioning maintenance, heating contractor’s serviceman, heat pump specialist, refrigeration parts man, refrigeration service technician, residential air conditioning installer or warehouse air conditioning maintenance, gas heating system hydronic technicians.

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall | Program length: 7 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 123

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Fundamentals of Electricity in HVAC/R - AIRC 103 (4 credits)

-   HVAC/R Electrical Applications - AIRC 106 (6 credits)

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   HVAC/R Electrical Applications Lab - AIRC 107 (8 credits)

-   System Performance Testing - AIRC 205 (5 credits)

-   System Performance Testing Lab - AIRC 206 (10 credits)

-   Fundamentals of Direct Digital Control - AIRC 262 (5 credits)

-   Fundamentals of Direct Digital Control Lab - AIRC 265 (10 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Applied Mathematics - APLED 112 (5 credits)

 

Core English Credit

-   Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (3 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Fundamentals of Heating Systems - AIRC 108 (6 credits)

-   Fundamental of Heating Systems Lab - AIRC 137 (8 credits)

-   Fundamentals of Refrigeration - AIRC 109 (5 credits)

-   Fundamentals of Refrigeration Lab - AIRC 110 (10 credits)

-   HVAC/R Safety - AIRC 136 (1 credit)

-   Fundamentals of Air Conditioning - AIRC 203 (7 credits)

-   Fundamentals of Air Conditioning Lab - AIRC 204 (7 credits)

-   System Servicing and Troubleshooting of Heat Pumps - AIRC 207 (5 credits)

-   System Servicing and Troubleshooting of Heat Pumps Lab- AIRC 208 (10 credits)

 
 
Graduates from the Hydraulic and Pneumatic Automation Technology program have developed skills to qualify for employment in hydraulic and pneumatic sales, automated equipment fabrication or plant machinery maintenance work. Activities include equipment or circuit design, shop assembly, installation of complex electro-hydraulic systems, field installation of new equipment or servicing existing equipment.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: hydraulic and pneumatic sales, automated equipment fabrication, plant machinery maintenance, and electro-hydraulic systems installation.
 

Hydraulic & Pneumatic Automation Technology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 119

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

 

Core Science Credit

-   Hydraulics Basics and Theory - FLPT 112 (5 credits)

-   Advanced Pneumatics Theory - FLPT 230 (3 credits)

-   Advanced Pneumatics Lab - FLPT 231 (2 credits)

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Pneumatic Theory - FLPT 121 (6 credits)

-   Basic Hydraulics Lab - FLPT 114 (2 credits)

-   Hydraulic Systems - FLPT 131 (6 credits)

-   Mechanical Drive Systems Theory - FLPT 232 (3 credits)

-   Mechanical Drive Systems Lab - FLPT 233 (3 credits)

 

Core Math Credit

-   Drawing Fundamental - FLPT 122 (2 credits)

-   Hydraulic Calculations - FLPT 111 (5 credits)

-   Fluid Line Sizing Calculations - FLPT 135 (2 credits)

-   Velocity and Load Calculations - FLPT 234 (1 credit)

 

Core English Credit

-   Applied Written Communications - APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (3 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Computers for Technology - APLED 113 (4 credits)

-   Machine Controls - FLPT 123 (7 credits)

-   Blueprint Reading - FLTP 113 (4 credits)

-   HPAT Welding - WELD 153 (3 credits)

-   Fluid Line Fabrication - FLPT 132 (2 credits)

-   Fluid Line Connectors - FLPT 133 (5 credits)

-   Shop Drawing - FLPT 134 (2 credits)

-   Advanced Machine Controls – FLPT 243 (5 credits)

-   Hydraulic Circuits - FLPT 251 (4 credits)

-   Hydraulic Component Repair - FLPT 252 (6 credits)

-   Fluid Line Layout and Assembly - FLPT 253 (2 credits)

-   Advanced Hydraulics Lab - FLPT 254 (3 credits)

-   Proportional Values - FLPT 279 (4 credits)

-   Fluid Power Computer Applications - FLPT 264 (4 credits)

-   Hydraulic Circuit Design - FLPT 265 (3 credits)

-   Fluid Power Application and Sales - FLPT 268 (5 credits)

-   Hydraulic Manifold Design - FLPT 269 (5 credits)

 
Companies of all sizes need employees with skills in computing applications, Internet and networking. This program, while not providing instruction levels to the “licensed ready” level, does provide the graduate with skill levels applicable to many employment opportunities.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: small business computing management, internal help desk situations, technical communications, small company Internet and network management.
 

Information Technology – Cybersecurity Emphasis (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credits

- Lab Science Elective (5 credits)

Optional Science / CTE / Elective Credits

- Computer Forensics I - IS 234 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Math in Society - MATH&107 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

-  Technical Writing - ENGL&235 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Computer Ethics and Law - IS 132 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Planning for Information Technology Students - IS 101 (1 credit)

-  IS and Cybersecurity Careers - IS 102 (2 credits)

-  Information Technology Fundamentals - IS 103 (5 credits)

-  Networking Fundamentals - IS 165 (5 credits)

-  Linux and Python Fundamentals - IS 125 (5 credits)

-  Network Management - IS 262 (5 credits)

-  Programming for IT - CS 223 (5 credits)

-  Cyber Defender 1 - IS 141 (5 credits)

-  Network Security I - IS 244 (5 credits)

-  Cyber Defender 2 - IS 241 (5 credits)

-  Network Security II - IS 245 (5 credits)

-  Malware Analysis and Exploitation - IS 243 (10 credits)

-  Cooperative Education Seminar - IS 266 (1 credit)

-  Cooperative Education Work Experience - IS 267 (1 credit)

Companies of all sizes need employees with skills in computing applications, Internet and networking. This program, while not providing instruction levels to the “licensed ready” level, does provide the graduate with skill levels applicable to many employment opportunities.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: small business computing management, internal help desk situations, technical communications, small company Internet and network management.

Information Technology Information Systems Emphasis (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credits

- Lab Science Elective (5 credits)

Optional Science / CTE / Elective Credits

- Computer Forensics I - IS 234 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Math in Society - MATH& 107 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

-  Technical Writing - ENGL&235 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Computer Ethics and Law - IS 132 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Planning for Information Technology Students - IS 101 (1 credit)

-  IS and Cybersecurity Careers - IS 102 (2 credits)

-  Information Technology Fundamentals - IS 103 (5 credits)

-  Fundamental IT Applications - IS 106 (5 credits)

-  Networking Fundamentals - IS 165 (5 credits)

-  Internet Programming I - IS 210 (5 credits)

-  Linux and Python Fundamentals - IS 125 (5 credits)

-  Network Management - IS 262 (5 credits)

-  Network Security I - IS 244 (5 credits)

-  Programming for IT - CS 223 (5 credits)

-  Network Security II - IS 245 (5 credits)

-  Internet Servers - IS 228 (5 credits)

-  Database Theory - IS 260 (5 credits)

-  Cooperative Education Seminar - IS 266 (1 credit)

-  Cooperative Education Work Experience - IS 267 (1 credit)

 

 

If you enjoy helping people, empathize with others, and are passionate about being an advocate, a career in social or community services might be the right fit for you. Integrated Community Services courses explore interpersonal communication, restorative justice, counseling techniques, social policy, and
many more subjects. They prepare you to work in a rewarding and challenging field with a high demand for well-prepared providers.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: roles helping youth, adults, or seniors in neighborhood centers, child protective agencies, work release programs, residential facilities, and a variety of other settings.
 

Integrated Community Services (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credits

- Introduction to Gerontology - ICS 150 (5 credits)

Optional Science / CTE / Elective Credits

- Behavioral Health across the Lifespan - ICS 210 (5 credits)

 

Core Math Credit

Choose One:

-   Practical Business Math Applications - BUS 123 (5 credits)

-   Math in Society – MATH&107 (5 credits)

-   Introduction to Stats – MATH&146 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

-  Interpersonal Communication - CMST&210 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

-  Social Policy and Advocacy - ICS 170 (5 credits)

-  General Psychology - PSYC&100 (5 credits)

 

Optional Social Studies Credit

-  Lifespan Psychology - PSYC& 200 (5 credits)

-  Case Management and Ethics - ICS 220 (5 credits)

-  Restorative Justice and Re-entry - ICS 230 (5 credits)

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Introduction to Integrated Community Services - ICS 100 (5 credit)

-  Multicultural Perspectives in ICS - ICS 120 (5 credits)

-  Treatment and Recovery Models - ICS 130 (5 credits)

-  Therapeutic Techniques - ICS 160 (5 credits)

-  Child Abuse and Neglect - ICS 180 (5 credits)

-  Introduction to Long-Term Care - ICS 200 (5 credits)

-  Trauma-Informed Services - ICS 240 (5 credits)

-  ICS Practicum - ICS 250 (5 credits)

 
The Interior Design program at Spokane Falls Community College offers a broad–based and professionally relevant curriculum designed to enable graduates to successfully compete for jobs and to work as residential interior designers. The curriculum is composed of both science and art – which enables our graduates to blend creativity with technical elements for a successful foundation of industry skills.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Students earning a professional diploma will have a broad range of employment opportunities, including architectural and contract design firms. Kitchen and bathroom de- sign showrooms, home improvement stores, residential interior design studios and offices, furniture stores, specialized design shops and other related design businesses provide employment opportunities.
 

Interior Design (Associate Applied Science - Transfer)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 93

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Math Credit

- Math in Society MATH& 107 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

-  English Composition I - ENGL&101 (5 credits)

-  Public Speaking CMST&220 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- General Psychology - PSYC&100 (5 credits)

Optional Social Studies Credit

-  History of Interiors I - INTDS179 (3 credits)

-  History of Interiors II - INTDS180 (3 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Art Appreciation – ART& 100 (5 credits)

 

 

Optional Art / Elective / CTE Credits

-  Fundamentals of Drawing - ART 101 (4 credits)

-  Introduction to Interior Design - INTDS170 (3 credits)

-  Drafting for Interior Design - INTDS173 (4 credits)

-  Sketching/ Rendering - INTDS106 (4 credits)

-  Drawing Communication - INTDS184 (4 credits)

-  Textiles for Interiors - INTDS280 (3 credits)

-  Materials of Interior Design - INTDS175 (5 credits)

-  Computer Aided Design I - INTDS285 (4 credits)

-  Interior Design Studio I - INTDS171 (6 credits)

-  Building Systems / Lighting - INTDS185 (5 credits)

-  Computer Aided Design II - INTDS286 (4 credits)

-  Interior Design Studio II - INTDS172 (6 credits)

-  Interior Design Studio III - INTDS176 (6 credits)

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

- Adobe for Interior Design - INTDS294 (4 credits)

Libraries offer a variety of educational supports and community-based activities for students, families and community members. Library technicians, clerks and assistants help patrons connect with information resources along with sup- porting all aspects of library operations. The number of library staff positions is expected to remain constant nationwide, but will vary widely based on location. More positions are likely to be available in larger public and university libraries. However, placement opportunities also exist in smaller libraries such as school, rural public and even special libraries.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Graduates from the degree programs can apply for work in libraries, schools, archives and in businesses or organizations looking for employees with research and referral skills or data entry positions.
 

Library and Information Services (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Math Credit

- Computation Skills Elective (5 credits)

Core English Credit

- Communication Skills Electives (10 credits)

 

Core Social Studies Credit

Choose One:

-  U.S. History I - HIST&136 (5 credits)

-  U.S. History II - HIST&137 (5 credits)

Optional Social Studies Credit

- Leadership Skills/Human Relations Electives (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Introduction to Library Organizations and Careers - LMLIB100 (3 credits)

-  Introduction to Library Organizational Systems - LMLIB115 (5 credits)

-  Introduction to Circulation Systems and Services - LMLIB116 (5 credits)

-  School Libraries and Media Centers - LMLIB125 (5 credits)

-  Access and Outreach Services - LMLIB117 (5 credits)

-  Children’s Literature and Library Services - LMLIB135 (5 credits)

-  Approved Electives (6 credits)

-  Computer Skills Elective (7 credits)

-  Child Development - EDUC&115 (5 credits)

-  Library Technology and Services for Educational Support - LMLIB126 (3 credits)

-  Technical Services II: Cataloging - LMLIB220 (5 credits)

-  Reference and Information Services - LMLIB222 (5 credits)

-  Research Topics and Projects in Library Service - LMLIB224 (3 credits)

-  Library Paraprofessional Practicum - LMLIB281 (3 credits)

 
The Machinist/CNC Technology program is designed to provide students with the skills necessary to gain employment in the manufacturing industry. Most CNC machinists work in small machining shops or in manufacturing firms that produce durable goods such as metalworking and industrial machinery,
aircraft parts, medical equipment, motor vehicles, or parts and components for manufactured products.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: CNC machine tool operator, machinist, CNC set-up, and CNC programmers.
 

Machinist/CNC Technology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 114-129

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

 

Core Science Credit

-   Materials Science - MACH 163 (2 credits)

-   Machine Theory I - MACH 141 (2 credits)

-   Machine Theory II - MACH 151 (2 credits)

-   Machine Theory III - MACH 161 (2 credits)

-   CNC Theory I - MACH 211 (2 credits)

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   CNC Theory II - MACH 221 (2 credits)

-   CNC Theory III - MACH 231 (2 credits)

-   Computer Fundamentals for Vocations - CIS 105 (2 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Applied Mathematics - APLED 112 (5 credits)

 

Optional Math /Elective / CTE Credits

-   Shop Math - MACH 153 (2 credits)

-   GD & T - MACH 213 (2 credits)

-   Quality Control - MACH 223 (2 credits)

 

Core English Credit

-   Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (3 credits)

Social Studies: 0.4 credit

- Manufacturing Economics - MACH 233 (2 credits)

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Blueprint I - MACH 140 (2 credits)

-   Blueprint II - MACH 150 (2 credits)

-   Blueprint III - MACH 160 (2 credits)

-   Blueprint IV - MACH 210 (2 credits)

-   Blueprint V - MACH 220 (2 credits)

-   Blueprint VI - MACH 230 (2 credits)

-   Shop I - MACH 142 (10 credits)

-   Shop II - MACH 152 (10 credits)

-   Shop III - MACH 162 (10 credits)

-   Shop IV - MACH 212 (10 credits)

-   Shop V - MACH 222 (10 credits)

-   Shop VI - MACH 232 (10 credits)

-   Machine Tools - MACH 143 (2 credits)

-   CNC Welding - WELD 154 (1 credit)

-   Optional Summer Machinist Course (0-15 credits)

 
 
The CAD Design and Drafting program prepares students with the skills necessary for drafting and design using both CAD drafting and solid modeling techniques. The course of study prepares students to work in a wide range of engineering disciplines, including engineering teams for large and small manufacturing firms, consulting engineering firms, testing, and research companies to gain employment as computer-aided drafters and engineering designers.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: CAD design and/or drafting for mechanical firms, manufacturing firms, engineering firms, architects, structural or HVAC contractors, electrical/electronics/fluid power companies, in a wide range of types and sizes of companies.
 

Mechanical Engineering Technology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 95-99

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- General Physics - PHYS 101 (5 credits)

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Technology - CAD 101 (3 credits)

-   Structural CAD Applications - CAD 244 (3 credits)

-   Schematics/Advanced CAD - CAD 268 (3 credits)

 

Core Math Credit

-   Applied Technical Math I - CAD 111 (3 credits)

-   Applied Technical Math II - CAD 121 (3 credits)

-   Applied Technical Math and Physics - CAD 137 (3 credits)

-   Applied Tolerances and GD&T - CAD 251 (3 credits)

 

Core English Credit

-   Applied Written Communication - APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry - APLED 123 (3 credits)

-   Employment Preparation - APLED 125 (3 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Introduction to Design - CAD 133 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Basic Blueprint Reading - CAD 120 (3 credits)

-   Shop Practices - CAD 141 (2 credits)

-   Manufacturing Processes and Precision Measuring - CAD 246 (2 credits)

-   Project Design and Management - CAD 261 (4 credits)

-   Engineering Graphics/CAD I - CAD 114 (5 credits)

-   Engineering Graphics/CAD II - CAD 124 (5 credits)

-   Mechanical Design Fundamentals - CAD 242 (5 credits)

-   CAD Solid Modeling/Graphics I - CAD 142 (5 credits)

-   CAD Solid Modeling/Graphics II - CAD 252 (4 credits)

-   Technical Applications I - CAD 255 (4 credits)

-   Technical Application II - CAD 264 (4 credits)

-   Fabrication and Piping CAD Applications - CAD 260 (3 credits)

-   Manufacturing and Measuring Systems - CAD 265 (2 credits)

-   Mechanical CAD Applications - CAD 256 (3 credits)

-   Approved Electives (6 – 10 credits)

This program prepares individuals for employment in medical offices. Spokane is a major regional center for medical care offering many opportunities for employment. Students completing the Medical Office Specialist degree also earn the medical Clerical Certificate and the Medical Reception Certificate, which are embedded in the degree.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: medical clinics, medical insurance companies, private physician’s offices, and many other healthcare settings.

Medical Office Specialist (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 95.5

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Medical Terminology and Anatomy - HED 104 (5 credits)

-   Medical Terminology and Anatomy - HED 105 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

-   College Accounting - ACCT 151 (5 credits)

-   Basic Business Math and Electronic Calculators - BUS 103 (5 credits)

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Medical Office Insurance Billing - MSEC 124 (5 credits)

-   Medical Office Bookkeeping - MSEC 125 (4 credits)

Core English Credit

-   Basic Grammar for Business - BT 105 (5 credits)

-   Human Relations/Communications for Medical Office Personnel - MSEC 120 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Computing Essentials - BT 106 (5 credits)

-   College and Career Strategies - BT 152 (3 credits)

-   Introduction to Outlook - CATT 102 (2.5 credits)

-   Human Relations and Professional Development - BT 127 (3 credits)

-   Skillbuilding - BT 196 (1 credit)

-   Medical Office Computing - MSEC 108 (5 credits)

-   Office Procedures - BT 231 (5 credits)

-   Medical Office Reception - MSEC 121 (5 credits)

-   Medical Office Coding - MSEC 123 (5 credits)

-   Medical Office Coding II - MSEC 223 (5 credits)

-   Healthcare Documentation/Transcription - MSEC 240 (5 credits)

-   Job Preparation Techniques - BT 160 (3 credits)

-   Administrative Office Management - BT 260 (5 credits)

-   Medical Internship Seminar - MSEC 284 (1 credit)

-   Medical Specialist Internship - MSEC 287 (3 credits)


 
 

The Network Design and Administration program prepares students as local- and wide-area network administrators. Successful completion of the program provides students with the essential skills of network administration including network design, implementation, maintenance, optimization, and troubleshooting, utilizing a variety of network operating systems, and hardware platforms and protocols. POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Network administrator, network engineer, network analyst, network technician, and systems administrator.

 

Network Design and Administration (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 103.5

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   IT Essentials – A+ - CIS 201 (5 credits)

-   Cisco I Introduction to Networks - CIS 250 (5 credits)

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Virtualization Technologies - CIS 247 (5 credits)

-   Cisco II Routing and Switching Essentials - CIS 251 (5 credits)

-   Cisco III Scaling Networks - CIS 252 (5 Credits)

-   Cisco IV Connecting Networks - CIS 253 (5 credits)

Core Math Credit

-   Network Math - CIS 106 (2 credits)

-   Computer Math - CIS 108 (3 credits)

Core English Credit

-   English Composition I - ENGL& 101 (5 credits)

-   Communications Elective (5 credits)

Optional English / Elective / CTE Credits

- Job Preparation Techniques - BT 160 (3 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Mobile Devices - CIS 103 (5 credits)

-   Network Scripting - CIS 234 (3 credits)

-   Windows Server Installation and Configuration - CIS 244 (5 credits)

-   Windows Server Administration - CIS 236 (5 credits)

-   Project Management for the Office - BT 280 (2.5 credits)

-   Introduction to Linux/Unix - CIS 206 (5 credits)

-   Virtualization of Cloud Technologies - CIS 247 (5 credits)

-   Advanced Windows Server - CIS 263 (5 credits)

-   Advanced Linux/Unix - CIS 213 (5 credits)

-   Cisco Emerging Technologies - CIS 286 (5 credits)

-   Principles of Network Security - CIS 270 (5 credits)

-   Network Capstone - CIS 275 (5 credits)

-   Database Administration - CIS 277 (5 credits)

 
 
 

If you want to use power tools to improve the quality of life for people who have lost limbs or have a physical disability, consider a career in the growing and rewarding field of orthotics and prosthetics fabrication. In this program—the only orthotic and prosthetic technician training program in the western U.S.—you’ll learn how to make orthopedic braces and artificial limbs. You’ll study human anatomy, fabrication techniques, and the proper use of the specialized tools, equipment and materials used in the field. The program includes classroom study, lab work and an off-site, five-week clinical experience in which you will practice your skills in a work environment.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Job opportunities in orthotic and prosthetic clinics, central fabrication facilities, hospitals, and government agencies throughout the country.

Orthotic Prosthetic Technology (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 109

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

 

Core Science Credits

-  Transtibial Musculoskeletal Anatomy - OR-PR112 (2 credits)

-  Transfemoral Musculoskeletal Anatomy - OR-PR122 (1 credit)

-  Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Anatomy - OR-PR132 (1 credit)

-  Spinal Musculoskeletal Anatomy 2 - OR-PR142 (2 credits)

 

Optional Science / CTE / Elective Credits

-  Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Anatomy 1-Lower Leg, Foot & Ankle - OR-PR152 (1 credit)

-  Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Anatomy 2-Knee, Upper Leg, & Hip - OR-PR162 (1 credit)

-  Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Anatomy - OR-PR172 (1 credit)

Core Math Credit

- Practical Business Math Applications - BUS 123 (5 credits)

Core English Credit

- Business Communications - BT 107 (5 credits)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)

Core PE/Health Credit

- First Aid - HLTH 174 (3 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Lower Extremity Orthotics 1–Ankle-Foot Orthoses (AFOs) - OR-PR156 (8 credits)

Optional Art / Elective / CTE Credits

- Lower Extremity Orthotics 2–Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthoses (KAFOs) - OR-PR164 (8 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credit

-  Foundations of Prosthetics - OR-PR111 (4 credits)

-  Transtibial Prosthetics I - OR-PR114 (6 credits)

-  Transtibial Prosthetics II - OR-PR124 (6 credits)

-  Transfemoral Prosthetics - OR-PR126 (5 credits)

-  Therapeutic Shoe Fitter - OR-PR182 (1 credit)

-  Transradial Prosthetics - OR-PR134 (6 credits)

-  Transhumeral Prosthetics - OR-PR136 (5 credits)

-  Orthotic Fitter - OR-PR180 (3 credits)

-  Prosthetics Practicum - OR-PR138 (6 credits)

-  Foundations of Orthotics - OR-PR141 (6 credits)

-  Spinal Orthotics - OR-PR144 (4 credits)

-  Job Preparation Techniques - BT 160 (3 credits)

-  Foot Orthoses and Footwear Modifications - OR-PR154 (3 credits)

-  Upper Extremity Orthotics - OR-PR174 (2 credits)

-  Orthotics Practicum - OR-PR178 (6 credits)

This regionally respected American Bar Association (ABA) approved program consists of basic and specialty legal courses designed to prepare students for employment in the legal services field.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Law offices, courts, government agencies, insurance companies, legal investigators and forensics, publishing and broadcasting, legal departments of banks, mort- gage and title companies, corporations and administrative agencies.
 

Paralegal (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 90-98

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

- Any 5 credits of approved coursework (HED 104, HED 105)

Core Math Credit

- Any 5 credits of approved coursework (BUS 104, MATH& 107, ACCT 151, ACCT 201, etc.)

Core English Credit

- Any 10 credits of approved coursework (ENGL& 111, ENGL& 101, CMST& 101, CMST 227, etc.)

Core Social Studies Credits

- Any 10 credits of approved coursework (HIST& 136, HIST& 137, POLS& 101, POLS 125, POLS & 202, etc.)

 

 

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Law - BUS 204 (5 credits)

-   Legal Careers Orientation - LA 100 (1 credit)

-   Introduction to Paralegalism - LA 101 (2 credits)

-   Washington and Idaho Court Rules - LA 105 (3 credits)

-   Legal Research and Writing - LA 110 (5 credits)

-   Instrument Drafting - LA 118 (3 credits)

-   Law Office Computing - LA 120 (5 credits)

-   Law Office Procedures and Technology - LA 125 (3 credits)

-   Legal Ethics - LA 130 (3 credits)

-   Professional Effectiveness - LA 135 (1 credit)

-   Legal Specialty Courses (27 credits)

Founded in 1965, the photography program at Spokane Falls Community College is an intensive two–year study of visual communications. Students explore career opportunities in commercial photography and multimedia production and have opportunities to interact with industry through field trips, guest speakers and cooperative work experiences.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: portrait and commercial studios; magazines and newspapers; corporate in-house photographic departments and in the new digital areas (which is the fastest growing occupation in this industry).
 

Photography (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Prerequisites: No | Program length: 6 quarters | Total credits: 90-92

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Math Credit

- Computation Elective (5 credits)

Core English Credit

- Communication Elective (5 credits)

 

Core Social Studies Credit

Choose One:

-  Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)

-  General Psychology - PSYC&100 (5 credits)

 

Core Art Credit

Choose One:

-  Human Relations in Business - BUS 280 (5 credits)

-  General Psychology - PSYC&100 (5 credits)

Core Art Credit

- Introduction to Photography - PHOTO101 (5 credits)

 

 

Optional Art / Elective / CTE Credits

-  Digital Photography - PHOTO126 (5 credits)

-  Studio Photography I - PHOTO111 (5 credits)

-  Photographic Design - PHOTO112 (5 credits)

-  Location Photography I - PHOTO121 (5 credits)

-  Digital Photography II - PHOTO234 (5 credits)

-  Photography Media - PHOTO200 (5 credits)

-  Portraiture - PHOTO232 (5 credits)

-  Business of Photography - PHOTO227 (5 credits)

-  Studio Photography II – PHOTO231 (5 credits)

-  Introduction to Documentary DV Production - PHOTO237 (5 credits)

-  Portfolio Development II - PHOTO225 (5 credits)

-  Location Photography II - PHOTO233 (5 credits)

-  Cooperative Education Seminar - PHOTO266 (1 credit)

-  Cooperative Education Work Experience - PHOTO267 (1 credit)

-  Art Elective (5 credits)

-  Photography Approved Electives (3-5 credits)

The Water Science program is designed to prepare students for employment in water resources, including water and wastewater operations, hydrology, and water quality for local, state and federal agencies, and private industry.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: Hydrologic technician, environmental technician, water quality technician, water resources technician, fisheries technician, watershed technician, hydrographer, watermaster, water distribution technician, groundwater technician, water operator.

 

Water Science (Associate Applied Science)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 6 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 90

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Introduction to Environmental Science - ENVS 101 (5 credits)

-   Introduction to Water Resources - WATER 109 (5 credits)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources - ENVS (5 credits)

-   Fisheries Techniques - ENVS 226 (4 credits)

-   Applied Research in Water/Wastewater Operation - ENVS 234 (3 credits)

-   Water Data and Records Analysis WATER 208 (3 credits)

-   Basic Computer Applications in Natural Resources - NATRS 120 (2 credits)

-   Hydrologic Field Projects - WATER 131 (1 credit)

-   Maps and Aerial Photo Interpretation - NATRS 204 (5 credits)

-   Introduction to Water Resources - WATER 109 (5 credits)

-   Occupational Preparation & Experience - WATER 129 (1 credit)

-   Water Quality - WATER 209 (5 credits)

-   Applied Research in Hydrology - ENVS 232 (3 credits)

-   Introduction to Water & Wastewater - WATER 135 (3 credits)

-   Differential Leveling - WATER 205 (3 credits)

-   Applied Research in Water Quality - ENVS 233 (3 credits)

-   Applications in GIS - NATRS 221 (4 credits)

-   Hydrogeology - WATER 110 (5 credits)

-   Weather and Climate - ENVS 211 (5 credits)

-   Applied Research in GIS ENVS 231 (3 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Natural Resources Math Applications - NATRS 112 (5 credits)

 

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Hydrologic Measurement - WATER 210 (3 credits)

-   Occupational Preparation & Experience - WATER 228 (1 credit)

-   Occupational Preparation & Experience - WATER 229 (1 credit)

Core English Credit

- English Composition - ENGL 101 (5 credits)

Optional English / Elective / CTE Credits

- Occupational Preparation & Experience - WATER 128 (1 credit)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Water Law & Policy - WATER 212 (5 credits)

The Water Science program is designed to prepare students for employment in water resources, including water and wastewater operations, hydrology and water quality for local, state and federal agencies, and private industry.
 

Water and Wastewater (1 Year Certificate)

Program start: Fall, Winter, Spring | Program length: 3 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 44

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Introduction to Environmental Science - ENVS 101 (5 credits)

-   Introduction to Water Resources - WATER 109 (5 credits)

 

 

Optional Science / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Basic Computer Applications in Natural Resources - NATRS 120 (2 credits)

-   Hydrologic Field Projects WATER 131 (1 credit)

-   Hydrologic Field Projects WATER 132 (1 credit)

-   Water Quality - WATER 209 (5 credits)

-   Applied Research in Water/Wastewater Operation - ENVS 234 (3 credits)

-   Introduction to Water & Wastewater - WATER 135 (3 credits)

Core Math Credit

- Natural Resources Math Applications - NATRS 112 (5 credits)

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

- Hydrologic Measurement - WATER 210 (3 credits)

Core English Credit

- English Composition - ENGL 101 (5 credits)

Optional English / Elective / CTE Credits

- Occupational Preparation & Experience - WATER 128 (1 credit)

Core Social Studies Credit

- Water Law & Policy - WATER 212 (5 credits)

Welding is one of the most common and dependable methods of joining materials together. Fabrication is the process of blueprint reading, layout, cutting and preparing materials for assembly.
POTENTIAL POSITIONS INCLUDE: boilermaker, carpenter, iron worker, millwright, operating engineer, pipe welder, plumber, sheet metal, ship fitter, steam fitter, welder fitter, welder fitter apprentice, and welder (all areas including service, maintenance and production).

Welding and Fabrication (Certificate) – 3 Quarters

Program start: Fall, Winter, Summer | Program length: 3 quarters | Prerequisites: No | Total College Credits: 51-57

High School Graduation Requirement

College Equivalent

Core Science Credit

-   Shielded Metal Arc Welding Theory - WELD 116 (3 credits)

-   Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding Theory - WELD 124 (3 credits)

Science Math / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Shielded Metal Arc Welding Applications - WELD 117 (7 credits)

-   Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding Applications - WELD 125 (7 credits)

Core Math Credit

-   Applied Mathematics APLED 112 (4 credits)

-   Welding Math - WELD 113 (1 credit)

Optional Math / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Intermediate Welding Math – WELD 121 (1 credit)

-   Advanced Welding Math – WELD 131 (1 credit)

 

Core English Credit

-   Introduction to Blueprint Reading - WELD 114 (2 credits)

-   Applied Written Communication APLED 121 (4 credits)

-   Leadership Skills for Business & Industry APLED 123 (4 credits)

Optional English / Elective / CTE Credits

-   Advanced Blueprint Reading – WELD 133 (2 credits)

-   Employment Preparation APLED 125 (3 credits)

 

 

Optional Elective / CTE Credits

-   Introduction to Fabrication – WELD 115 (3 credits)

-   Intermediate Blueprint Reading – WELD 123 (2 credits

-   Intermediate Fabrications – WELD 126 (3 credits)

-   Fabrication Machine Operation – WELD 127 (2 credits)

-   Specialty Welding Theory – WELD 134 (3 credits)

-   Specialty Welding Applications – WELD 135 (7 credits)

-   Advanced Fabrication - WELD 136 (3 credits)