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Spring 2014

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HistoryCriminal JusticeCommunicationMassage TherapyBusinessStudy Abroad

US History to Reconstruction HIS 201 - U.S. History to Reconstruction
Note: This is a guaranteed transfer class!

Explores events, trends, peoples, groups, cultures, ideas and institutions in North America and United States history, including the multiple perspectives of gender, class, and ethnicity between the period when Native American Indians were the sole inhabitants of North America, and the Civil War. Focuses on developing, practicing and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in the discipline. This class offering is unique in that this year RRCC is hosting a Civil War day, which will allow the students a hands on experience in witnessing and interacting with Civil War camps and characters. View this class on the catalog.

HISTORY and HOLLYWOOD HISTORY and HOLLYWOOD
HIS 216 - 3 credits

Examines the role of film on informing the historical perspective of modern Americans. Focus on the status of film as historical document or evidence. Students are introduced to the methods and sources employed to critique historical films effectively while developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use to construct knowledge in the discipline. Click here for flyer.
History of Rock & Roll

HUM 220 - The History of Rock & Roll

Spend the semester listening to and learning about popular music. Explore the origins and influences of various musical genres. Spend your Mondays with the legends of Rock, Rap and Pop.
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History of Rock & Roll

Women in World History
HIS 205 - 3 credits

Examines the roles, experiences and contributions of women in world history. Further explores the ways in which women’s history modifies the traditional interpretation of historic events across the globe. In terms of skill sets the course focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in the discipline.

Criminal Profiling

CRJ 268 - Criminal Profiling
This course examines theories of crime causation with respect to crimes committed by the most violent offenders in society. An analysis of the research done, and the history of Criminal personality Profiling, beginning with the earliest explanations through the beliefs of modern science, as well as psychological and sociological explanations. Identifies various known offenders, examines their backgrounds and explains how current research into homicide, sexual offenses and serial killers can provide clues to the identity of unknown offenders. 3 credits

This course is an elective CRJ course in the designated CRJ AA degree. All CRJ courses transfer as elective credit in the AA generalist degree. For non CRJ degree seeking students contact Terri Lukavitch for a waiver of CRJ 110 pre requisite course.

The instructor holds a masters and Psy. D (ABD) in counseling psychology and has worked in the Criminal Justice system in Colorado since 1978.
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Terri Lukavitch, MA
Director Criminal Justice Degree Program
Division of Social Sciences
303 914-6434

Communication

The Communication Studies Department offers many COM courses and CMD courses that may count as electives for your degree!  Check electives under your specific degree!

Consider taking any of the following courses this spring!

CMD All courses!
COM 105 Career Communication
COM 115 Public Speaking*
COM 125 Interpersonal Communication*
COM 126 Communication in Healthcare
COM 220 Intercultural Communication*
COM 225 Organizational Communication
COM 263 Conflict Resolution
COM 265 Effective Presentations

*These courses may count as one of the three required Communication courses for your degree.

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Communication

Begin Your Career to become a Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist!

Interested in the health care side of communication or perhaps you have already decided to begin your career as a Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist?

Enroll in CMD courses at RRCC!
These courses may also count as electives for your AA or AS degrees!

CMD 160 Introduction to Human Communication Disorders
CMD 260 Introduction to Phonetics
CMD 265 Physiological and Biological Acoustics
CMD 266 Normal Language Development

CMD 267 Anat. & Physiol. of the Speech & Hearing Mech.

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Massage

Introducing our New Certificate in Massage Therapy!

Complete your prerequisites this Spring and Summer!
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Business

Accounting or business degree seekers may want to consider:

TAX HELP Colorado
Our newest certificate program linking students with the community. Learn to prepare income taxes with courses: ACC132 Individual Income Tax Preparation and ACC133 (Lab) Practical Application
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Study Abroad

Study Abroad Opportunities


China Study Abroad
Spring 2014
Spring semester courses culminate in a May trip to China. Learn about the social and business culture in this exhilerating experience.
Sign up for: BUS203 Introduction to International Business and SOC101 Introduction to Sociology
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Iceland Study Abroad
Summer 2014
Explore Geology, Energy and History in Iceland.
Information meeting November 21st 4:00pm
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Tanzania Study Abroad
Spring 2014
Biology and Anthropology in TANZANIA!
BIO 275: Tanzania Field Biology–4 credits
ANT 275: Tanzania Trip–4 credits
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Lakewood

Arvada

Online/Blended/Combined

Spring 2014

Arvada

Nurse AideHome Health AideHospice Aid

Home Health Aide

NEW! Stackable Nurse Aide Certificates

To complete these certificates through Red Rocks Community College, applicants must have completed NUA 101 and NUA 170 and be Nurse Aid Certified through the State of Colorado. These courses are available for Spring 2014 semester - register now!

Home Health Aide Certificate

This certificate is designed to provide Certified Nurse Aides with additional training and knowledge on how to assist the elderly, sick and disabled, and to maintain their safety, health and independence in the comfort and convenience of their own homes.

Required Courses:
NUA 105 - Home Health Aide Theory
NUA 180 - Home Health Aide Internship

Home Health Aide

Hospice Aide Certificate

This certificate summarizes the history, philosophy, goals and objectives of end of life care and provides Certified Nurse Aides additional training and knowledge on how to assist terminally ill patients with their personal care requirements while maximizing comfort and quality of life.

Required Courses:
HPR 156 - Intro to Hospice Nursing
HHP 213 - Spiritual Care
HPR 115 - Gerontology for Care Providers
HPR 240 - Death and Bereavement in Society
NUA 171 - Advanced Nurse Aid Clinical

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Lakewood

Arvada

Online/Blended/Combined

Spring 2014

Online
Blended
Combined

OnlineBlendedCombined

US History to Reconstruction

Online Courses

Taking an online class?
Consider U.S. History 202.
It is a guaranteed transfer course.
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english

Blended Courses (Online and On-Campus)

Why take a blended course? Flexible, convenient, and collaborative learning

ENG 121 040

English Composition I (click here for flyer)

US History to Reconstruction

Blended Courses (Online and On-Campus)

Why take a blended course? Flexible, convenient, and collaborative learning

HIS 201 040

History to Reconstruction (click here for flyer)

speak spanish

Blended Courses (Online and On-Campus)

Why take a blended course? Flexible, convenient, and collaborative learning

SPA 111 040

Spanish Language I (click here for flyer)

blend

Blended Courses (Online and On-Campus)

Why take a blended course? Flexible, convenient, and collaborative learning

ART 110 040

Art Appreciation (click here for flyer)

US History to Reconstruction

Combined Hybrid Courses: (combined as well as online and oncampus format)

English Composition II and American Government: Combined hybrid course

ENG 122 - English Composition II
POS 111 - American Government

These classes run back-to-back on W 10:30-11:45am and 12:00-1:15pm respectively. Students in this course will learn research writing for social sciences.
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