Winter Quarter begins January 2
Classes are filling quickly
Getting the classes you want at the time you want them is a top priority. The secret: Register early.
“Core classes, like English and math, that are required as prerequisites for upper-level classes and graduation tend to fill quickly” said Kim Chapman, Edmonds Community College’s dean of Humanities and Social Sciences Division. “If you wait to register, you’ll be less likely to get the days and times you need and the teachers you want.”
Edmonds CC offers daytime, evening, and online classes. Registration for winter quarter is now open, and classes start Wednesday, Jan. 2. Winter quarter ends March 18.
Spotlight on winter classes:
Accounting Fundamentals: Accounting 101, online class. This class covers beginning accounting fundamentals, including journalizing, posting, financial statements, and computer applications. (On-campus classes are also available.)
Project Management: Business Management 270, meets 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays. 5 credits. Learn the basics of working in a project team. Create plans that identify project scope, constraints, stakeholders, and risks, then explore customer needs and requirements. Includes an introduction to scheduling. Team and communication skills emphasized.
Intro to Hospitality: Hospitality/Tourism 140, online. 5 credits. This class provides an introduction to the structure and operations of the three key sectors in the industry (food and beverage, lodging, and travel), economic impact of the industry, and career options.
3D Graphics Animation: Computer Science 194, meets 6-8:35 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. 5 credits. Learn the general principles of representing and animating 3D objects, and application to 3D computer animation. Students model, texture, animate, and render objects using Maya, a high-end animation software package, producing a final short animation sequence.
Pruning: Horticulture 117, meets 1-4:50 p.m. Tuesdays or 1-4:50 p.m. Saturdays. 3 credits.
This class covers the principles of pruning including tools, techniques, timing, and special treatment of Pacific Northwest ornamentals. Field experience is stressed, including ladder use. Students must supply their own bypass hand pruners, folding saw, and rain gear, and be prepared to arrive and depart from field trip sites on their own.