Online Courses


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Summer 2016 ~ Fall 2016 ~ Spring 2017

Courses scheduled for Summer 2016:

Course Starts Instructor Email
ANTH 1010: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 6/6/16 Rita Browne
BA 1006: Introduction to Business 6/6/16 Shawn Abbott
BIO 0891: Biology Preparation (6/6-8/4/16) 6/6/16 bio91@siskiyous.edu
BIO 0891: Biology Preparation (8/5-8/14/16) 8/5/16 bio91@siskiyous.edu
CSCI 1001: Introduction to Computer Science (CRN: 5028) 6/6/16 Mike Graves
ECE 1002: Child Development 6/6/16 Priscilla Stack
ECE 2504: Infant Development 6/6/16 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 2525: Staffing and Employee Relations in ECE 6/6/16 Priscilla Stack
ENGL 0900: Introduction to College Reading and Writing 6/6/16 Marlys Keller
ENGL 1001: College Composition 6/6/16 Jedediah Wyman
ENGL 1502: Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking 6/6/16 J McNamara-Janke
ETHN 1001: Ethnic Studies 6/6/16 Ahmed Ismail
FCS 1011: Nutrition 6/6/16 Michael Altman
GUID 1002: Career and Life Planning 6/6/16 Sunny Greene
HEA 1010: Health in Action 6/6/16 Charlie Roche
HEA 1010: Health in Action 6/13/16 Tim Frisbie
HEA 1010: Health in Action 7/1/16 Tim Frisbie
HIST 1017: United States History To 1877 6/6/16 Chris Vancil
HIST 1018: United States History Since 1877 6/6/16 Chris Vancil
HUM 1001: Introduction to Humanities 6/6/16 Cathy Kigerl
HUM 1001: Introduction to Humanities 6/27/16 Cathy Kigerl
MATH 0980: Intermediate Algebra 6/6/16 Jesse Cecil
MUS 1234: Diversity in American Music 6/6/16 Ron Slabbinck
NURS 1045: Medical Terminology 6/13/16 Jessica Harmse
PEFI 1035: Physical Fitness Lab 6/6/16 Tim Frisbie
PEFI 1035: Physical Fitness Lab 7/1/16 Billy Hefflinger
PEMA 1030: Principles of Physical Fitness and Wellness 6/6/16 Tim Frisbie
PHIL 1001: Introduction to Philosophy 6/6/16 Daniel Kealey
PHIL 1004: Critical Reasoning 7/5/16 Daniel Kealey
POLS 1001: American Government 6/6/16 Ahmed Ismail
PSY 1001 : General Psychology 6/6/16 Heather Collins
PSY 1001 : General Psychology 6/20/16 Heather Collins
SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology 6/6/16 Ahmed Ismail
SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology 6/13/16 Ahmed Ismail
THEA 2000: Introduction to Theatre 6/6/16 Neil Carpentier-Alting

* requires some attendance on campus - see class schedule for details.

Links to all courses will become active shortly before the course begins. If you have questions about these courses, you may contact the instructor.

See Etudes Help for information about Etudes access dates for each semester.

You may also be interested in other Distance Learning courses we offer.

Courses scheduled for Fall 2016:

Course Starts Instructor Email
ADJ 1001: Introduction to Administration of Justice 8/15/16 Heidi Nesheim
ADJ 1200: Introduction to Emergency Management 8/15/16 Donald Hasemeyer
ADJ 1503: Legal Aspects of Evidence 8/15/16 Donald Hasemeyer
ADJ 2524: Introduction to Corrections 8/15/16 Michele Korkowski
ANTH 1010: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 8/15/16 Rita Browne
ART 1031: Digital Illustration 8/15/16 Jim Gilmore
ART 1032: Digital Imaging 8/15/16 Jim Gilmore
BA 0920: Practical Accounting 8/15/16 Shawn Abbott
BA 1001: Financial Accounting* (one session/wk on campus) 8/15/16 Shawn Abbott
BA 1006: Introduction to Business 8/15/16 Shawn Abbott
BA 1018: Legal Environment of Business 8/15/16 Mike Graves
BIO 0891: Biology Preparation (8/15-9/23) 8/15/16 bio91@siskiyous.edu
CSCI 1001: Introduction to Computer Science (CRN: 7159) 8/15/16 Mike Graves
CSCI 1001: Introduction to Computer Science (CRN: 7060) 9/6/16 Mike Graves
CSCI 1007: Programming I 8/15/16 Jesse Cecil
CSCI 2006: Assembly Language Programming 8/15/16 Jesse Cecil
ECE 1002: Child Development 8/15/16 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 2003: The Young Child with Special Needs 8/15/16 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 2527: Adult Supervision of Early Childhood Education 8/15/16 Priscilla Stack
EDUC 0894: Tutor Training 8/15/16 Carly Zeller
EDUC 0894: Tutor Training 9/26/16 Carly Zeller
ENGL 0900: Introduction to College Reading and Writing 8/15/16 Marlys Keller
ENGL 1001: College Composition (8/15-10/7) 8/15/16 Carly Zeller
ENGL 1001: College Composition 8/15/16 Georgia Lininger
ENGL 1502: Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking 8/15/16 Maria Fernandez
ENGL 1502: Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking 10/17/16 Carly Zeller
ENGL 2044: American Literature I 9/6/16 Maria Fernandez
ETHN 1001: Ethnic Studies 8/15/16 Ahmed Ismail
FCS 1011: Nutrition 8/15/16 Michael Altman
GEOL 1110: Environmental Geology 8/15/16 Bill Hirt
HEA 1010: Health in Action 8/15/16 Charlie Roche
HEA 1010: Health in Action 8/15/16 Tim Frisbie
HEA 1010: Health in Action 9/19/16 Tim Frisbie
HIST 1010: World Civilizations Since 1450 8/15/16 Dave Bush
HIST 1017: United States History To 1877 8/15/16 Dave Bush
HIST 1018: United States History Since 1877 8/15/16 Dave Bush
HUM 1001: Introduction to Humanities 8/15/16 Cathy Kigerl
MATH 0850: Elementary Algebra Review 8/15/16 Jesse Cecil
MATH 0980: Intermediate Algebra 8/15/16 Jesse Cecil
MUS 1234: Diversity in American Music 8/15/16 Ron Slabbinck
MUS 1633: Survey of Jazz and Pop 9/6/16 Sean Abel
NURS 1045: Medical Terminology 8/15/16 Jessica Harmse
PEFI 1035: Physical Fitness Lab 8/15/16 Tim Frisbie
PEMA 1034: Introduction to Kinesiology 8/15/16 Billy Hefflinger
PHIL 1015: Philosophies of Non-Violence 8/15/16 Sherry Ackerman
PHIL 1020: World Religions: Western Cultures 8/15/16 Daniel Kealey
POLS 1001: American Government 8/15/16 Ahmed Ismail
POLS 1001: American Government 9/6/16 Ahmed Ismail
PSY 1001 : General Psychology 8/15/16 Heather Collins
PSY 1001 : General Psychology 8/15/16 Andrea Craddock
SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology 8/15/16 Ahmed Ismail
SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology 9/6/16 Ahmed Ismail
SOC 1002: Social Problems 8/15/16 Ahmed Ismail
THEA 2000: Introduction to Theatre 8/15/16 Neil Carpentier-Alting

* requires some attendance on campus - see class schedule for details.

Links to all courses will become active shortly before the course begins. If you have questions about these courses, you may contact the instructor.

See Etudes Help for information about Etudes access dates for each semester.

You may also be interested in other Distance Learning courses we offer.

Courses scheduled for Spring 2017:

Course Starts Instructor Email
ADJ 1001: Introduction to Administration of Justice 1/17/17 Heidi Nesheim
ADJ 1517: Community Relations 1/17/17 Donald Hasemeyer
ADJ 2526: Criminal Court Process 1/17/17 Michele Korkowski
ANTH 1010: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 1/17/17 Rita Browne
BA 1006: Introduction to Business 1/17/17 Shawn Abbott
BA 1018: Legal Environment of Business 1/17/17 Mike Graves
BA 1501: Managerial Accounting* (one session/wk on campus) 1/17/17 Shawn Abbott
BIO 0891: Biology Preparation (1/6/17-1/16/17) 1/6/17 Dave Clarke
BIO 0891: Biology Preparation (1/17/17-2/24/17) 1/17/17 Dave Clarke
BIO 1700: Field Botany 1/17/17 Alison Varty
CSCI 1001: Introduction to Computer Science (CRN: 3148) 1/17/17 Mike Graves
CSCI 1001: Introduction to Computer Science (CRN: 3149) 2/6/17 Mike Graves
CSCI 1004: Visual Basic Programming 1/17/17 Jesse Cecil
CSCI 1507: Programming II 1/17/17 Jesse Cecil
ECE 1002: Child Development 1/17/17 Priscilla Stack
ECE 1500: Materials and Cirriculum 1/17/17 Carol Wheeler
ECE 1501: Child Guidance & Management 1/17/17 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 1502: Serving Children and Families in a Diverse Society 1/17/17 Anne Mero
ECE 1999: Human Development 1/17/17 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 2500: Supporting Family Relationships and Parenting 1/17/17 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 2501: Administration of ECE 1/17/17 Patrice Thatcher
ECE 2510: Creative Art Activities for Young Children 1/17/17 Patrice Thatcher
EDUC 0894: Tutor Training 1/17/17 Carly Zeller
EDUC 0894: Tutor Training 2/21/17 Carly Zeller
ENGL 0900: Introduction to College Reading and Writing 1/17/17 Marlys Keller
ENGL 1001: College Composition 1/7/17 Jedediah Wyman
ENGL 1001: College Composition (1/17-3/10) 1/17/17 Carly Zeller
ENGL 1001: College Composition 1/17/17 Georgia Lininger
ENGL 1501: Advanced Composition - Literature 2/13/17 Maria Fernandez
ENGL 1502: Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking 1/17/17 Maria Fernandez
ENGL 1502: Advanced Composition - Critical Thinking 4/3/17 Carly Zeller
ETHN 1001: Ethnic Studies 1/17/17 Ahmed Ismail
FCS 1011: Nutrition 1/17/17 Michael Altman
GEOL 1130: Geology of California 1/17/17 Bill Hirt
GUID 1002: Career and Life Planning 1/17/17 Sunny Greene
HEA 1010: Health in Action 1/17/17 Billy Hefflinger
HEA 1010: Health in Action 1/17/17 Charlie Roche
HEA 1010: Health in Action 3/13/17 Tim Frisbie
HIST 1010: World Civilizations Since 1450 1/17/17 Dave Bush
HIST 1017: United States History To 1877 1/17/17 Dave Bush
HIST 1018: United States History Since 1877 1/17/17 Chris Vancil
HUM 1001: Introduction to Humanities 1/17/17 Cathy Kigerl
MATH 0850: Elementary Algebra Review* 1/17/17 Jesse Cecil
MATH 0980: Intermediate Algebra* 1/17/17 Jesse Cecil
MUS 1234: Diversity in American Music 1/17/17 Ron Slabbinck
NURS 1045: Medical Terminology 1/17/17 Jessica Harmse
PEFI 1035: Physical Fitness Lab 1/17/17 Tim Frisbie
PEFI 1035: Physical Fitness Lab 3/13/17 Tim Frisbie
PEMA 1030: Principles of Physical Fitness and Wellness 1/17/17 Tim Frisbie
PEMA 1030: Principles of Physical Fitness and Wellness 3/13/17 Tim Frisbie
PEMA 1034: Introduction to Kinesiology 1/17/17 Edward Kephart
PEMA 1039: Certified Personal Trainer 1/17/17 Tim Frisbie
PHIL 1003: Ethics 1/17/17 Daniel Kealey
PHIL 1014: Philosophy of Love, Sex, and Marriage 1/17/17 Sherry Ackerman
PHYS 1020: Weird Science 1/17/17 Michael Read
POLS 1001: American Government: National, State, and Local 1/17/17 Ahmed Ismail
POLS 1001: American Government: National, State, and Local 2/6/17 Ahmed Ismail
PSY 1001 : General Psychology 1/17/17 Andrea Craddock
PSY 1001 : General Psychology 1/17/17 Heather Collins
SOC 1001: Introduction to Sociology 1/17/17 Ahmed Ismail
SOC 1002: Social Problems 1/17/17 Ahmed Ismail
THEA 2000: Introduction to Theatre 1/17/17 Neil Carpentier-Alting

* requires some attendance on campus - see class schedule for details.

Links to all courses will become active shortly before the course begins. If you have questions about these courses, you may contact the instructor.

See Etudes Help for information about Etudes access dates for each semester.

You may also be interested in other Distance Learning courses we offer.

For further information contact the Distance Learning office.

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