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ACCT&201 Prin of Accounting I Snapp R ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (0)

ACCT&201 - Prin of Accounting I
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: Accounting as an information system, the accounting cycle, accounting for a merchandising operation, cash, receivables, and inventories.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas). http://richardsnapp.pageout.net
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Val-u option198.00264.00N/AMore info
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ACCT&202 Prin of Accounting II Snapp R ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline57

ACCT&202 - Prin of Accounting II
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: Includes accounting for fixed assets, liabilities, partnerships and corporations. Also includes the statement of cash flows as well as the underlying principles of accounting.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 201.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas). http://richardsnapp.pageout.net
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Val-u option198.00264.00N/AMore info
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ACCT&203 Prin of Accounting III McNamara K TTh10:00 AM - 12:15 PMBremertonWeb-Enhanced5Waitlist (0)

ACCT&203 - Prin of Accounting III
Room/Location: 11-117 (Building 11)
Description: Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Recommended198.00264.00N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/13/2019 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Link to this item (2030B894)
ACCT&203 Prin of Accounting III Blacker R MW5:00 PM - 7:15 PMBremertonWeb-Enhanced/ITV522

ACCT&203 - Prin of Accounting III
Room/Location: 12-115 (Building 12)
Description: Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 24 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Recommended198.00264.00N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/12/2019 Time: 5:15 PM - 7:15 PM
Link to this item (2032B894)
ACCT&203 Prin of Accounting III Snapp R ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (0)

ACCT&203 - Prin of Accounting III
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas). http://richardsnapp.pageout.net
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Recommended198.00264.00N/AMore info
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ACCT&203 Prin of Accounting III Blacker R MW5:00 PM - 7:15 PMPoulsboWeb-Enhanced/ITV513

ACCT&203 - Prin of Accounting III
Room/Location: P1-110 (OC Poulsbo - Main Building)
Description: Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 18 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Recommended198.00264.00N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/12/2019 Time: 5:15 PM - 7:15 PM
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ACCT&203 Prin of Accounting III Blacker R MW5:00 PM - 7:15 PMSheltonWeb-Enhanced/ITV514

ACCT&203 - Prin of Accounting III
Room/Location: S2-120 (The Johnson Library, OC Shelton)
Description: Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making.
Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Transferable, does not meet distribution (Note)
Class Limit: 18 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING-CONNECT ACCESSWILD9781260500240Required133.90178.55N/AMore info
FUNDAMENTAL ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES (LL)WILD9781260294972Recommended198.00264.00N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/12/2019 Time: 5:15 PM - 7:15 PM
Link to this item (7201B894)
ACES 101 Diversity and American Culture Estrella J TTh2:00 PM - 3:20 PMBremertonHybrid510

ACES 101 - Diversity and American Culture
Room/Location: 12-213 (Building 12)
Description: This course introduces students to the interdisciplinary study of diversity in American culture and society through the synthesis of theories, concepts, and insights from literature, sociology, and history. Students will have the opportunity to examine various media and their own complex identities and families in specific socio-historical and cultural contexts. Through careful reading and discussion of novelists, short story writers, artists, activists, historians, and sociologists, we will explore how meanings of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and disability are formed in relationship to lived experiences and American ideologies. (Same as HUMAN 101)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Hybrid -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 36 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
STONE BUTCH BLUESFEINBERG9781563410291Required10.4513.9512.55More info
STONE BUTCH BLUESFEINBERG9781555838539Required11.2014.9513.45More info

Final Exam: Students, contact your instructor. Faculty, contact your dean.
Link to this item (3003B894)
ACES 101 Diversity and American Culture Estrella J ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (3)

ACES 101 - Diversity and American Culture
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: This course introduces students to the interdisciplinary study of diversity in American culture and society through the synthesis of theories, concepts, and insights from literature, sociology, and history. Students will have the opportunity to examine various media and their own complex identities and families in specific socio-historical and cultural contexts. Through careful reading and discussion of novelists, short story writers, artists, activists, historians, and sociologists, we will explore how meanings of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, and disability are formed in relationship to lived experiences and American ideologies. (Same as HUMAN 101)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 40 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
STONE BUTCH BLUESFEINBERG9781563410291Required10.4513.9512.55More info
STONE BUTCH BLUESFEINBERG9781555838539Required11.2014.9513.45More info
Link to this item (3001B894)
ACES 102 The LGBTQ Experience Douglas E TTh10:00 AM - 11:30 AMBremertonHybrid5Waitlist (4)

ACES 102 - The LGBTQ Experience
Room/Location: 04-211 (Building 4)
Description: This course provides students with an introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies. Students will become familiar with critical approaches to the study of sexuality and gender from an interdisciplinary perspective. Focus will be on investigating the production and regulation of sexualities in relation to gender identities, popular culture, racial and national formations, and media aesthetics. The class will also engage varying competing arguments about contemporary controversies. Readings and primary texts will include historical materials, sociological studies, queer and transgender theory, activist publications, memoirs, literary fiction, nightclub culture, drag performances, and film. (Same as HUMAN 102)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Hybrid -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 28 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FUN HOME:FAMILY TRAGICOMICBECHDEL9780618871711Required12.7517.0011.55More info

Final Exam: Students, contact your instructor. Faculty, contact your dean.
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ACES 170 Black Voices in America Phillips P MW1:30 PM - 3:30 PMBremertonHybrid528

ACES 170 - Black Voices in America
Room/Location: 04-213 (Building 4)
Description: This course focuses on the voices and experiences of black people in the United States, emphasizing ideas and concepts in black social thought, political protest, and artistic efforts to initiate social change. By drawing from visual art, music, literature, history and the social sciences, the course will examine how the wide-spectrum of black leaders, intellectuals, and organizations have focused their energies in finding ways to thrive and to work toward the elimination of institutional racism, sexism, homophobia, and classism. Overall, students will acquire a fuller understanding of the cultural and historical developments of black America as they relates to issues of social justice. (Same as HUMAN 170)
Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above is strongly recommended.
Additional details: Hybrid -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
LIFE UPON THESE SHORESGATES9780307476852Required26.2535.0023.80More info
I AM BECAUSE WE AREHORD9781625341761Required22.4529.9520.35More info

Final Exam: Students, contact your instructor. Faculty, contact your dean.
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ANTH&100 Survey of Anthropology Williams S MW1:00 PM - 3:15 PMBremertonFace to Face51

ANTH&100 - Survey of Anthropology
Room/Location: 04-224 (Building 4)
Description: Survey of the subfields of archaeology, biological anthropology and linguistic and cultural anthropology; physical and cultural variation and change examined.
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
ESSENCE OF ANTHROPOLOGYHAVILAND9781305258983Required85.50114.0077.50More info
EBK THE ESSENCE OF ANTHROPOLOGYWALRATH8220100562389Ebook OptionN/A23.99N/AMore info
EBK THE ESSENCE OF ANTHROPOLOGYWALRATH9781305465411Ebook OptionN/A39.49N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/12/2019 Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Link to this item (3011B894)
ANTH&100 Survey of Anthropology Aranyosi E ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (4)

ANTH&100 - Survey of Anthropology
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: Survey of the subfields of archaeology, biological anthropology and linguistic and cultural anthropology; physical and cultural variation and change examined.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
FOREST PEOPLETURNBULL9780671640996Required12.7517.0011.55More info
THIRD CHIMPANZEEDIAMOND9780060845506Required13.5018.0015.95More info
ESSENCE OF ANTHROPOLOGYHAVILAND9781305258983Required85.50114.0077.50More info
EBK THE ESSENCE OF ANTHROPOLOGYWALRATH8220100562389Ebook OptionN/A23.99N/AMore info
EBK THE ESSENCE OF ANTHROPOLOGYWALRATH9781305465411Ebook OptionN/A39.49N/AMore info
Link to this item (3013B894)
ANTH&204 Archaeology Aranyosi E TTh10:00 AM - 12:15 PMBremertonFace to Face515

ANTH&204 - Archaeology
Room/Location: 04-224 (Building 4)
Description: Techniques, principles, issues, and goals of archaeological research; also prehistoric record examined.
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
ARCHAEOLOGY ESSENTIALSRENFREW9780500291597Required58.5078.0070.20More info
EBK ARCHAEOLOGY ESSENTIALS: THEORIES, MBAHN9780500772522Ebook OptionN/A31.20N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/13/2019 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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ANTH&205 Biological Anthropology Hartse C MWF10:00 AM - 11:24 AMBremertonWeb-Enhanced52

ANTH&205 - Biological Anthropology
Room/Location: 04-224 (Building 4)
Description: Views humans as biological organisms within the framework of culture. Attention is given to human variation and adaptation; genetics, primate studies, fossil evidence for human evolution.
Prerequisite: Recommend ANTH& 100.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Natural Sciences/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
ESSENTIALS OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYJURMAIN9781305633810Required85.50114.0077.50More info
EBK ESSENTIALS OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYTREVATHAN9781305886988Ebook OptionN/A39.49N/AMore info
EBK ESSENTIALS OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGYTREVATHAN8220101539526Ebook OptionN/A26.49N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/14/2019 Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Link to this item (3017B894)
ANTH&206 Cultural Anthropology Hartse C ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (2)

ANTH&206 - Cultural Anthropology
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: Cross-cultural comparison of non-Western and Western cultures; includes history, theories, and methods of the field.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
AT HOME+IN THE FIELDFINNEY9780824853792Required21.0028.0023.10More info
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ANTH&207 Linguistic Anthropology Jung E ArrangedArrangedDistance LearningOnline5Waitlist (1)

ANTH&207 - Linguistic Anthropology
Room/Location: Arranged (ARR)
Description: Linguistic methods and theories used within anthropology; includes a variety of approaches to the study of language.
Additional details: Online - https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 40.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities/Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
LANGUAGE INSTINCTPINKER9780061336461Required13.5018.0012.25More info
EBK THE LANGUAGE INSTINCTPINKER9780062032522Ebook OptionN/A13.51N/AMore info
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ANTH 212 Environmental Anthropology Hartse C MWF11:30 AM - 12:54 PMBremertonWeb-Enhanced516

ANTH 212 - Environmental Anthropology
Room/Location: 04-224 (Building 4)
Description: Anthropological understanding of local and global environmental problems and sustainability. Human adaption to the environment. Globalization, ethnoecology, political ecology, environmental justice, history, theory, methods of Environmental Anthropology.
Additional details: Web Enhanced -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Social Sciences (Note)
Class Limit: 35 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
CONSERVATION+GLOBALIZATIONIGOE9780534613174Required60.0080.0070.80More info
FOREST DWELLERS,FOREST PROTECTORSREED9780205628117Required32.2042.9538.00More info
EBK FOREST DWELLERS, FOREST PROTECTORSREED9781317348221Ebook OptionN/A42.95N/AMore info
EBK FOREST DWELLERS, FOREST PROTECTORSREED8220102368958Ebook OptionN/A21.50N/AMore info

Final Exam: Date: 6/12/2019 Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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ART& 100 Art Appreciation Guastella R W10:00 AM - 12:15 PMBremertonHybrid51

ART& 100 - Art Appreciation
Room/Location: 07-207 (Building 7)
Description: Student finds personal meaning in visual arts, painting, sculpture, and architecture with emphasis on diversity of form, content, and comparative styles.
Additional details: Hybrid -. https://olympic.instructure.com/login (Canvas)
Class Fee: 0.00
Class Dates: 4/1/2019     End Date: 6/14/2019
Meets Distribution Requirements: Humanities (Note)
Class Limit: 25 students
Textbook information:
TitleAuthorISBNRequired/OptionalUsed PriceNew PriceNew Rental
PREBLES'ARTFORMSFRANK9780205968114Required170.75227.65204.90More info
EBK PREBLES' ARTFORMSFRANK8220100802294Ebook OptionN/A49.99N/AMore info
EBK PREBLES' ARTFORMSFRANK9780205972210Ebook OptionN/A79.99N/AMore info

Final Exam: Students, contact your instructor. Faculty, contact your dean.
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ART& 100