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Course IDTitleCreditsComments
ACCT& 201 Prin of Accounting I5First of two course series equal to Financial accounting for transfer
ACCT& 202 Prin of Accounting II5Second of two course series equal to Financial accounting for transfer
ACCT& 203 Prin of Accounting III5Managerial accounting for transfer
AMT& 101 Basic Electricity  
AMT& 111 Math & Physics  
AMT& 121 Weight & Balance  
AMT& 131 Corrosion/Fluid Lines  
AMT& 141 Aircraft Drawings  
AMT& 151 Ground Ops & Servicing  
AMT& 161 Materials & Processes  
AMT& 171 Federal Aviation Regs  
AMT& 201 Composites  
AMT& 205 Wood, Covers & Finishes  
AMT& 207 Welding  
AMT& 211 Sheet Metal  
AMT& 215 Assembly & Rigging  
AMT& 221 Airframe Inspection  
AMT& 223 Landing Gear/Hydraulics  
AMT& 231 Ice & Rain/Fire Systems  
AMT& 235 Nav Comm Systems  
AMT& 237 Fuel Systems  
AMT& 239 Aircraft Electrical  
AMT& 241 Instrument Systems  
AMT& 245 Cabin Environment  
AMT& 251 Reciprocating Engines I  
AMT& 252 Reciprocating Engines II  
AMT& 253 Turbine Engines I  
AMT& 254 Turbine Engines II  
AMT& 257 Engine Inspection  
AMT& 261 Engine Instrument  
AMT& 265 Fire Protection  
AMT& 267 Engine Electrical  
AMT& 271 Ignition & Start Systems  
AMT& 275 Lubrication  
AMT& 279 Engine Fuel Systems  
AMT& 281 Engine Induction/Cooling  
AMT& 285 Propellers & Fans  
ANTH& 100 Survey of Anthropology5 
ANTH& 104 World Prehistory5 
ANTH& 105 Human Origins5 
ANTH& 106 American Mosaic5 
ANTH& 115 Our Place in Nature5 
ANTH& 125 Human Variation5 
ANTH& 200 Intro to Language5 
ANTH& 204 Archaeology5 
ANTH& 205 Biological Anthropology5 
ANTH& 206 Cultural Anthropology5 
ANTH& 207 Linguistic Anthropology5 
ANTH& 210 Indians of North America5 
ANTH& 215 Bioanthropology w/Lab5 
ANTH& 216 Northwest Coast Indians5 
ANTH& 217 Plateau Native Peoples5 
ANTH& 218 Indians of Pacific NW5 
ANTH& 224 Peoples of South Asia5 
ANTH& 225 Peoples of SE Asia5 
ANTH& 226 Peoples of Africa5 
ANTH& 227 Pacific Island Cultures5 
ANTH& 228 Cultures of Middle East5 
ANTH& 229 Caribbean Peoples5 
ANTH& 234 Religion & Culture5 
ANTH& 235 Cross-Cultural Medicine5 
ANTH& 236 Forensic Anthropology5 
ANTH& 237 Human Osteology5 
ANTH& 245 Primatology5 
ART& 100 Art Appreciation5 
ASL& 121 Am Sign Language I5 
ASL& 122 Am Sign Language II5 
ASL& 123 Am Sign Language III5 
ASL& 221 Am Sign Language IV5 
ASL& 222 Am Sign Language V5 
ASL& 223 Am Sign Language VI5 
ASTR& 100 Survey of Astronomy5no lab
ASTR& 101 Intro to Astronomy5w/lab
ASTR& 110 The Solar System5w/lab
ASTR& 115 Stars, Galaxies & Cosmos5w/lab
BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology3-6Biology for non majors meeting general education requirement - Courses may or may not have a lab (varies by college)
BIOL& 160 General Biology w/Lab3-6Introductory laboratory course emphasizing the structural and functional including cellular biology. For many colleges this is the first biology course for allied health science majors. See also BIOL&211 as other first biology course (focus on cell biology) for allied health.
BIOL& 170 Human Biology3-6For non-majors, with no lab or lab in a separate course not part of CCN
BIOL& 175 Human Biology w/Lab3-6For non-majors – lab science course
BIOL& 211 Majors Cellular [or Animal or Plant]5-6First year biology for biology majors either with lab in the class or a required linked lab course – the CTCs sequence their biology classes in one of two ways - this is version 1:
BIOL& 212 Majors Animal [or Cellular or Plant]5-6Starting with cell biology to botany to zoology(a few colleges switch the order of the second two classes) Because of the cellular biology focus of the first course it also serves as the first biology course for allied health majors. At some colleges both BIOL&211 and BIOL& 222 (both cellular biology) are offered with the lower numbered course for allied health majors and the higher numbered course for biology majors. BIOL&211, 212, 213
BIOL& 213 Majors Plant [or Cellular or Animal]5-6Starting with cell biology to botany to zoology(a few colleges switch the order of the second two classes) Because of the cellular biology focus of the first course it also serves as the first biology course for allied health majors. At some colleges bo
BIOL& 221 Majors Ecology/Evolution5-6First year biology for biology majors either with lab in the class or a required linked lab course – the CTCs sequence their biology classes in one of two ways - this is version 2:
BIOL& 222 Majors Cell/Molecular5-6Starting with genetics and evolution, followed by cellular and molecular biology, then animal and plant development and physiology. BIOL& 221,222,223
BIOL& 223 Majors Organismal Phys5-6Starting with genetics and evolution, followed by cellular and molecular biology, then animal and plant development and physiology. BIOL& 221,222,223
BIOL& 231 Human Anatomy5-6Course for life science, nursing, other allied health majors. Anatomy and Physiology courses are offered by the CTC in 1 of three approaches: This is version 1
BIOL& 232 Human Physiology5-62 course series with a split by topic – Anatomy in BIOL& 231 and Physiology in BIOL&232
BIOL& 241 Human A & P 15-6A& P version 2
BIOL& 242 Human A & P 25-62 course series with A & P taught in both courses – BIOL& 241 & 242
BIOL& 251 Human A & P I4-5A & P version 3
BIOL& 252 Human A & P II4-53 course series with A & P taught across the series – BIOL& 251, 252, 253
BIOL& 253 Human A & P III4-53 course series with A & P taught across the series – BIOL& 251, 252, 253
BIOL& 260 Microbiology5 
BUS& 101 Intro to Business5 
BUS& 201 Business Law5Designed to meet equivalency for Business Law required by all public and non-profit universities. Colleges using BUS& 201 must follow topics agreed upon by universities.
CHEM& 100 Preparatory Chemistry4-5Chemistry intro for those who need background before chemistry for allied health or in smaller college also for preparation for chemistry majors. See also CHEM&139 and 140 which are preparatory for the major’s chemistry sequence only.
CHEM& 105 Chemical Concepts4-6Chemistry meeting general education requirement -This is lecture only - lab if offered is in a separate non-CCN course
CHEM& 110 Chemical Concepts w/Lab4-6Gen Ed Chem with lab built into a single class
CHEM& 121 Intro to Chemistry4-6Chemistry for allied health majors -all with labs (either as part of the class or as a required linked separately number course) - also can be used for general education - colleges elect one of 3 approaches to the chemistry needed for most allied health programs: 1) CHEM&121 and 131
CHEM& 122 Intro to Organic Chem3-52 course series with little bio-chem – CHEM& 121 and 122
CHEM& 123 Intro to Biochemistry4-53 course series - CHEM& 121, 122, 123 – nearly as common
CHEM& 131 Intro to Organic/Biochem4-6CHEM & 121 with this combined Organic/Biochem course - single most common approach for applied health students
CHEM& 139 General Chemistry Prep4-5Chemistry intro for those who need background before taking chemistry for the major - no lab. See also CHEM&100
CHEM& 140 General Chem Prep w/Lab3-5Chemistry intro for those who need background before taking chemistry for the major - with lab. See also CHEM&100
CHEM& 141 General Chemistry I4-5First year chemistry for majors – the CTCs follow 1 of two approaches:
CHEM& 142 General Chemistry II4-6Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM141-143& lecture combined with CHEM& 151-153 lab
CHEM& 143 General Chemistry III4-6Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM141-143& lecture combined with CHEM& 151-153 lab
CHEM& 151 General Chem Lab I1-2Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM141-143& lecture combined with CHEM& 151-153 lab
CHEM& 152 General Chem Lab II1-2Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM141-143& lecture combined with CHEM& 151-153 lab
CHEM& 153 General Chem Lab III1-3Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM141-143& lecture combined with CHEM& 151-153 lab
CHEM& 161 General Chem w/Lab I3-6First year chemistry for majors – the CTCs follow 1 of two approaches:
CHEM& 162 General Chem w/Lab II3-6Lecture and lab in a single course – CHEM&161-163
CHEM& 163 General Chem w/Lab III3-6 
CHEM& 241 Organic Chem I3-4Second year Organic Chemistry series. – the CTCs follow 1 of two approaches:
CHEM& 242 Organic Chem II3-4Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM241-243& lecture combined with CHEM& 251-253 lab
CHEM& 243 Organic Chem III3-4Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM241-243& lecture combined with CHEM& 251-253 lab
CHEM& 251 Organic Chem Lab I1-4Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM241-243& lecture combined with CHEM& 251-253 lab
CHEM& 252 Organic Chem Lab II2-3Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM241-243& lecture combined with CHEM& 251-253 lab
CHEM& 253 Organic Chem Lab III2-3Lab section separate from lecture – CHEM241-243& lecture combined with CHEM& 251-253 lab
CHEM& 261 Organic Chem w/Lab I3-6Second year Organic Chemistry series. – the CTCs follow 1 of two approaches:
CHEM& 262 Organic Chem w/Lab II3-6Lecture and lab in a single course – CHEM& 261-263
CHEM& 263 Organic Chem w/Lab III3-6Lecture and lab in a single course – CHEM& 261-263
CHIN& 121 Chinese I5 
CHIN& 122 Chinese II5 
CHIN& 123 Chinese III5 
CHIN& 221 Chinese IV5 
CHIN& 222 Chinese V5 
CHIN& 223 Chinese VI5 
CJ& 101 Intro Criminal Justice3-5 
CJ& 105 Intro to Corrections3-5 
CJ& 106 Juvenile Justice3-5 
CJ& 110 Criminal Law3-5 
CJ& 112 Criminology5 
CJ& 240 Intro Forensic Science3-5 
CMST& 101 Introduction to Comm5 
CMST& 102 Intro to Mass Media  
CMST& 210 Interpersonal Communicatn5 
CMST& 220 Public Speaking5 
CMST& 230 Small Group Communicatn5 
CS& 131 Computer Science I C++5Designed to meet ACM CS I objectives including "Basic programming and concepts including procedural programming (methods, parameters, return values) , basic control structures (sequence, if/else, for loop, while loop), file processing, arrays and an introduction to defining objects." (UW CS 142 description)
CS& 141 Computer Science I Java5Same as CS& 131 but with JAVA
DRMA& 101 Intro to Theatre  
ECED& 100 Child Care Basics3Designed to meet licensing requirements for early learning lead teachers and family home child care providers, STARS 30 hour basics course recognized in the MERIT system. Topics: child growth/development, cultural competency, community resources, guidance, health/safety/nutrition and professional practice.
ECED& 105 Intro Early Child Ed5 
ECED& 107 Health/Safety/Nutrition5Title corrected 11/29/2012
ECED& 120 Practicum-Nurturing Rel2 
ECED& 132 Infants/Toddlers Care3 
ECED& 134 Family Child Care3 
ECED& 139 Admin Early Lrng Prog3 
ECED& 160 Curriculum Development5 
ECED& 170 Environments-Young Child3 
ECED& 180 Lang/Literacy Develop3 
ECED& 190 Observation/Assessment3 
ECON& 201 Micro Economics  
ECON& 202 Macro Economics  
EDUC& 111 Child Development I31 of several approaches to Child Dev - this is 2 3cr sequence
EDUC& 112 Child Development II31 of several approaches to Child Dev - this is 2 3cr sequence
EDUC& 114 Child Development31 course approach to Child Dev - 3 cr
EDUC& 115 Child Development51 course approach to Child Dev - 5 cr
EDUC& 121 Child Development I51 of several approaches to Child Dev - this is 2 5cr sequence
EDUC& 122 Child Development II51 of several approaches to Child Dev - this is 2 5cr sequence
EDUC& 130 Guiding Behavior3 
EDUC& 136 School Age Care3 
EDUC& 150 Child/Family/Community3 
EDUC& 201 Intro to Education3When combined with particum meets MRP requirements in prep for transfer for teacher prep
EDUC& 202 Intro to Education5Intro to ed without required field experience pre MPR
EDUC& 203 Exceptional Child3 
EDUC& 204 Exceptional Child5 
EDUC& 205 Intro to Ed w/Field Exp5For MRP requirements for transfer in teacher prep
ENGL& 101 English Composition I  
ENGL& 102 Composition II Second composition courses - at some universities this is a 200 level course
ENGL& 111 Intro to Literature5 
ENGL& 112 Intro to Fiction5 
ENGL& 113 Intro to Poetry5 
ENGL& 114 Intro to Drama5 
ENGL& 220 Intro to Shakespeare5 
ENGL& 224 Shakespeare 15 
ENGL& 225 Shakespeare 25 
ENGL& 226 British Literature I5 
ENGL& 227 British Literature II5 
ENGL& 228 Britsh Literature III5 
ENGL& 230 Technical Writing3This course has Engl& 101 as a prerequiste. At some CTCs it may be used to meet second writing course requirement in the DTA
ENGL& 235 Technical Writing5This course has Engl& 101 as a prerequiste. At some CTCs it may be used to meet second writing course requirement in the DTA
ENGL& 236 Creative Writing I5 
ENGL& 237 Creative Writing II5 
ENGL& 238 Creative Writing III5 
ENGL& 244 American Literature I5 
ENGL& 245 American Literature II5 
ENGL& 246 American Literature III5 
ENGL& 254 World Literature I5 
ENGL& 255 World Literature II5 
ENGL& 256 World Literature III5 
ENGR& 104 Intro to Design  
ENGR& 111 Engineering Graphics 13-51 of 3 approaches to engineering graphics - this is 2 course sequence
ENGR& 112 Engineering Graphics 23-51 of 3 approaches to engineering graphics - this is 2 course sequence
ENGR& 114 Engineering Graphics4-8This is stand along engineering graphics course
ENGR& 121 Engineering Graphics I3-5This is 3 course sequence in engineering graphics
ENGR& 122 Engineering Graphics II3-5This is 3 course sequence in engineering graphics
ENGR& 123 Engineering Graphics III3-5This is 3 course sequence in engineering graphics
ENGR& 204 Electrical Circuits  
ENGR& 214 Statics  
ENGR& 215 Dynamics  
ENGR& 224 Thermodynamics  
ENGR& 225 Mechanics of Materials  
ENVS& 100 Survey of Env Science3-5No lab
ENVS& 101 Intro to Env Science3-5w/lab
FRCH& 121 French I5 
FRCH& 122 French II5 
FRCH& 123 French III5 
FRCH& 221 French IV5 
FRCH& 222 French V5 
FRCH& 223 French VI5 
GEOG& 100 Introduction to Geography  
GEOG& 102 World Regional Geography  
GEOG& 200 Human Geography  
GEOG& 207 Economic Geography  
GEOG& 250 Geography of Pacific NW  
GEOL& 100 Survey of Earth Science no lab
GEOL& 101 Intro Physical Geology3-5w/lab
GEOL& 103 Historical Geology w/lab
GEOL& 110 Environmental Geology w/lab
GEOL& 115 Geology National Parks w/lab
GEOL& 120 Volcanoes w/lab
GEOL& 208 Geology of Pacific NW w/lab
GERM& 121 German I5 
GERM& 122 German II5 
GERM& 123 German III5 
GERM& 221 German IV5 
GERM& 222 German V5 
GERM& 223 German VI5 
HIST& 116 Western Civilization I  
HIST& 117 Western Civilization II  
HIST& 118 Western Civilization III  
HIST& 126 World Civilizations I  
HIST& 127 World Civilizations II  
HIST& 128 World Civilizations III  
HIST& 136 US History 151 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 2 course sequence
HIST& 137 US History 251 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 2 course sequence
HIST& 146 US History I51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 3 course sequence
HIST& 147 US History II51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 3 course sequence
HIST& 148 US History III51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 3 course sequence
HIST& 156 History of US I51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 4 course sequence
HIST& 157 History of US II51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 4 course sequence
HIST& 158 History of US III51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 4 course sequence
HIST& 159 History of US IV51 of 3 approaches to US History - this is 4 course sequence
HIST& 214 Pacific NW History  
HIST& 215 Women in US History  
HIST& 219 Native American History  
HIST& 220 African American History  
HSSA& 101 Intro to Addictive Drugs3-5 
HUM& 101 Intro to Humanities5 
HUM& 116 Humanities I5 
HUM& 117 Humanities II5 
HUM& 118 Humanities III5 
JAPN& 121 Japanese I5 
JAPN& 122 Japanese II5 
JAPN& 123 Japanese III5 
JAPN& 221 Japanese IV5 
JAPN& 222 Japanese V5 
JAPN& 223 Japanese VI5 
KREA& 121 Korean I5 
KREA& 122 Korean II5 
KREA& 123 Korean III5 
KREA& 221 Korean IV5 
KREA& 222 Korean V5 
KREA& 223 Korean VI5 
MATH& 107 Math in Society  
MATH& 131 Math for Elem Educ 1 EFFECTIVE FALL 2010 - Topics include number theory and problem solving
MATH& 132 Math for Elem Educ 2 EFFECTIVE FALL 2010 - Topics include geometry, measurement, statistics, and probability
MATH& 141 Precalculus I CTC students typically take 2 5-cr precalculus classes to prepare for calculus
MATH& 142 Precalculus II calculus - these are the two courses
MATH& 144 Precalc 1 & 25This is a faster pre calculus approach for those who need little brush up
MATH& 146 Introduction to Stats Course for business, nursing and social science programs - descriptive and inferential statistics
MATH& 148 Business Calculus  
MATH& 151 Calculus I  
MATH& 152 Calculus II  
MATH& 153 Calculus III If the 3rd course does not include partial derivatives (see Math& 254 which covers the partial derivatives)
MATH& 163 Calculus 353rd calculus course at colleges that teach partial derivatives in the 3rd course
MATH& 171 Math for Elem Educ I EFFECTIVE FALL 2010 - Topics include number theory and problem solving
MATH& 172 Math for Elem Educ II EFFECTIVE FALL 2010 - Topics include geometry and measurement
MATH& 173 Math for Elem Educ III EFFECTIVE FALL 2010 - Topics include probability and statistics
MATH& 254 Calculus IV 4th quarter calculus for those taking MATH& 153 version of 3rd quarter course
MATH& 264 Calculus 454th quarter calculus
MUSC& 104 Music Appreciation3 
MUSC& 105 Music Appreciation5 
MUSC& 121 Ear Training 12 
MUSC& 122 Ear Training 22 
MUSC& 123 Ear Training 32 
MUSC& 131 Music Theory 13 
MUSC& 132 Music Theory 23 
MUSC& 133 Music Theory 33 
MUSC& 141 Music Theory I5 
MUSC& 142 Music Theory II5 
MUSC& 143 Music Theory III5 
MUSC& 221 Ear Training 42 
MUSC& 222 Ear Training 52 
MUSC& 223 Ear Training 62 
MUSC& 231 Music Theory 43 
MUSC& 232 Music Theory 53 
MUSC& 233 Music Theory 63 
MUSC& 241 Music Theory IV5 
MUSC& 242 Music Theory V5 
MUSC& 243 Music Theory VI5 
NUTR& 101 Nutrition3-5Course required in nursing MPR
OCEA& 100 Intro to Oceanography EFFECTIVE FALL 2010 - Non-lab
OCEA& 101 Intro to Oceanography w/Lab  
PHIL& 101 Intro to Philosophy  
PHIL& 106 Intro to Logic ELIMINATED JULY 2013
PHIL& 115 Critical Thinking Focus on non-symbolic logic and critical thinking, real life examples, and informal fallacies
PHIL& 117 Traditional Logic Focus on sentence logic with proofs and Aristotelian logic with Venn Diagrams. Intermediate algebra coursework is a pre-requisite for the course.
PHIL& 120 Symbolic Logic Focus on sentence logic with proofs and predicate logic with quantifiers and proofs. Intermediate algebra coursework is a pre-requisite for the course.
PHYS& 100 Physics Non-Sci Majors3-6no lab
PHYS& 101 Phys Lab Non-Sci Majors1-2lab to go with PHYS& 100
PHYS& 110 Phys Non-Sci Majrs w/Lab Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 114 General Phys I w/Lab Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 115 General Phys II w/Lab Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 116 General Phys III w/Lab Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 121 General Physics I3-6ELIMINATED FALL 2012
PHYS& 122 General Physics II3-6ELIMINATED FALL 2012
PHYS& 123 General Physics III3-6ELIMINATED FALL 2012
PHYS& 124 General Physics Lab I Lab only
PHYS& 125 General Physics Lab II Lab only
PHYS& 126 General Physics Lab III Lab only
PHYS& 131 General Physics Lab I1-2ELIMINATED FALL 2012
PHYS& 132 General Physics Lab II1-2ELIMINATED FALL 2012
PHYS& 133 General Physics Lab III1-2ELIMINATED FALL 2012
PHYS& 134 General Physics I Lecture only
PHYS& 135 General Physics II Lecture only
PHYS& 136 General Physics III Lecture only
PHYS& 221 Engr Physics I w/Lab3-6Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 222 Engr Physics II w/Lab3-6Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 223 Engr Physics III w/Lab3-6Lab is included in this course
PHYS& 231 Engineering Phys Lab I1-2Lab only
PHYS& 232 Engineering Phys Lab II1-2Lab only
PHYS& 233 Engineering Phys Lab III1-2Lab only
PHYS& 241 Engineering Physics I Lecture only
PHYS& 242 Engineering Physics II Lecture only
PHYS& 243 Engineering Physics III Lecture only
POLS& 101 Intro Political Science5 
POLS& 200 Introduction to Law5Designed to transfer to UW Introduction to Law (MGMT 200)
POLS& 201 Intro Political Theory5 
POLS& 202 American Government5 
POLS& 203 International Relations5 
POLS& 204 Comparative Government5 
PSYC& 100 General Psychology5 
PSYC& 180 Human Sexuality5 
PSYC& 200 Lifespan Psychology5As required in nursing MRP
PSYC& 220 Abnormal Psychology5 
RUSS& 121 Russian I5 
RUSS& 122 Russian II5 
RUSS& 123 Russian III5 
RUSS& 221 Russian IV5 
RUSS& 222 Russian V5 
RUSS& 223 Russian VI5 
SOC& 101 Intro to Sociology5 
SOC& 201 Social Problems5 
SPAN& 121 Spanish I5 
SPAN& 122 Spanish II5 
SPAN& 123 Spanish III5 
SPAN& 221 Spanish IV5 
SPAN& 222 Spanish V5 
SPAN& 223 Spanish VI5 
VIET& 121 Vietnamese I5 
VIET& 122 Vietnamese II5 
VIET& 123 Vietnamese III5 
VIET& 221 Vietnamese IV5 
VIET& 222 Vietnamese V5 
VIET& 223 Vietnamese VI5