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Index
Instructor, Course Approval and Syllabi Requirements
Process to Apply to Teach College Credit Now.
CCN Annual Requirements & Information
Roles and Responsibilities for the College Credit Now Partners
Process to Apply to Teach
Program Assurance
Approved College Credit Now courses
Procedures for Placement in College Credit Now courses
College Credit Now Instructor Participation Form
College Credit Now 2012–2013 Calendar of Important Deadlines
Grading Instructions
Grade Changes
Incomplete Course Contract
Student information and Student Registration Procedures
Registration Timelines
Cost and Payment for CCN
Drop Policy
Transcripts
Student Conduct and Cheating/Plagiarism Policies
Financial Aid Implications
FERPA Privacy Policy
Students with Disabilities
Contact Information Mid-Willamette Education Consortium
Department Requirements
Applied Technology
Health, Human Performance & Athletics
Health Sciences
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Humanities & Communications
Life Safety
Math & Science
Natural Resources
Social Science, Human Services & Business Technology
Student Services
Chemeketa Community College—Vision, Mission, and Values
Academic Honesty
Chemeketa Community College—Syllabus Checklist
Curriculum Resource Center
Link to My Chemeketa Log In
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Instructor and Course Approval
Chemeketa’s College Credit Now program provides high school students dual credit for college level courses while
completing their high school program. High school instructors teach courses and course content that is reviewed and
approved in collaboration with Chemeketa faculty. Course outlines and textbooks are reviewed for college equivalency in
order to maintain the integrity of college programs, and meet accreditation requirements.
Instructor approval
1. High school teachers must be approved or provisionally approved by the appropriate Chemeketa Dean. Specific
requirements vary depending on the program. (See Department Requirements)
2. High School teachers must submit an application through the Chemeketa online application process and attach a
current résumé and/or their unofficial college transcripts, and syllabi with their online application. Please contact Mary
Jones: [email protected] or 503.399.7856 to obtain the private link for applying for CCN online.
Chemeketa’s Dean in the appropriate area will review the teacher’s application, résumé and/or transcripts, course
content and textbook then approve, provisionally approve, or assist in development of a plan.
Provisional approval allows a teacher who is close to meeting all the requirements of the CCN program to teach a
course while obtaining approved status. The Dean of the program will work with MWEC Executive Director to outline
what is required and a timeline for the high school instructor to obtain full approval status.
3. MWEC will notify the high school instructor and principal by e-mail regarding the status of the teacher’s application.
Note: “If a CCN approved teacher relinquishes their classroom to another teacher due to illness or is replaced by a
student/substitute teacher, then the replacement teacher must be approved by Chemeketa.”
Recommended Graduate Coursework
Below are suggestions for teachers who need to complete additional graduate coursework in order to be qualified to teach
for CCN.
Writing
The recommended main course would be Composition Theory. Other courses recommended are Northwest Writers
seminar and classes with the prefixes WR, ENG or LIT.
Math
On the CCN website is a list of graduate level courses from Oregon State University hat lead to a Master’s of Science
degree in Math. Other 4-year universities likely have different but analogous offerings that would meet the same
requirements.
Math classes with ED(U) prefixes do not apply. However, there are several schools that do now have a Master’s in
teaching math that is focused in training students to become teachers, including at the post-secondary level. These
programs are different than the traditional MAT and we would need to evaluate which school and which courses on an
individual basis because of the variable nature of the programs.
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Course approval
All courses must be approved prior to registering students (see Program Assurance). Applicants or approved CCN
instructors can request course descriptions/outlines by emailing Mary Jones: [email protected] If you are an
approved CCN instructor, you can view all Chemeketa approved course outlines by logging into your My Chemeketa
account, select the Employee tab>>Employee dashboard>>Sites>>Curriculum Resource Center>>Curriculum>>Course
Outlines. Courses must be taught following the current Chemeketa course outline.
Textbooks must be approved by Chemeketa faculty (if applicable).
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In order to ensure approval by the first day of class, the syllabus must be submitted by the date listed below or
two weeks prior to the start of your class, whichever comes first:
Fall 2012 - Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Winter 2013 - Friday, December 14, 2012,
Spring 2013 - Friday, February 15, 2013
CCN Course Syllabi Requirements
All courses approved for CCN articulation must have a detailed syllabus including the items listed on the CCN Syllabus
Checklist. All revised and updated syllabi will be due annually at least two weeks prior to the beginning of class. If your
2012-2013 syllabus is revised sooner, feel free to e-mail a copy to the CCN Office: [email protected] . The
CCN Instructor may include additional information in the course syllabus as needed to meet high school requirements, but
must also include the college information. The format of the syllabus is up to the instructor. Some sample syllabi with the
required information are provided to assist you with developing your 2012-2013 syllabus.
SPN101, SPN102, SPN103 – Franssen
HOR111 – Ferro
WR121 and WR122 – Savage
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Roles and Responsibilities for the College Credit Now Partners
MWEC
Teacher approval
Provide potential teachers
the link to the Chemeketa
online application.
Answer basic questions
about curriculum
High School
teacher
Provide course outlines and
sample syllabi to high
school teachers
Post link to course outlines
and sample syllabi on
MWEC website
On-going
communication
Coordinate and attend
curricular area curriculum
specific meetings including:
registration, food, notices,
teacher packets, and copies
of handouts
Provide e-mail updates to
Chemeketa liaison and HS
teachers
Assist Dean as needed Final approval of
to determine approval
teacher application
status of the high school
teacher. This includes
reviewing application,
transcripts and/or
validating work
experience
Provide all related
course information
needed by Chemeketa,
including: syllabi,
textbook, and any other
supportive material, i.e.,
grading procedures and
sample activities
Review and approve
high school course
syllabus
Attend curricular area
meetings
Provide curricular area
agenda topics
Attend CCN Kickoff
Provide support to high
school teachers with
one-on-one contacts
and/or through
curricular area meetings
Contact Chemeketa
regarding curriculum,
syllabi content, and
samples
Meet regularly with
Chemeketa Deans and staff
Meet regularly with high
school teachers and
principals
Registration of
students
Assist students and
teachers with registration
process
Facilitate and monitor
registration process by
the due dates each term
Grading
E-mail timelines and grading
procedures to teachers each
term. Ensure grades are
complete by deadline
Enter student grades in
My Chemeketa by
grading deadline.
Submit list of CCN
students to
administration
Support Chemeketa
liaison
Provide support for
syllabus construction,
teaching techniques or
curriculum
Oversee placement test
requirements
Organize the College Credit
Now Kickoff
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Chemeketa
Dean
Complete online
Chemeketa application
with resume and/or
transcripts and course
syllabus attached to
application
Notify high school teacher of
status
Course approval
Chemeketa
liaison
Support Chemeketa
liaison
Process to Apply to Teach College Credit Now
Please contact Mary Jones for the private link to the Chemeketa online application.
[email protected] • 503.399.7856 • www.mwec.org
CCN Annual Requirements & Information
Program Assurance
1. The high school instructor’s syllabus must be submitted to MWEC by the deadlines listed on the calendar of important
deadlines. Please e-mail Mary Jones, [email protected] The syllabus will be reviewed by the Chemeketa
CCN Liaison and the MWEC staff or CCN Liaison will contact you regarding the status of your syllabus.
2. High School instructors must attend a curricular area meeting and/or have personal contact with Chemeketa Liaison
least once a year to continue College Credit Now teaching status. Attending the College Credit Now Kickoff fulfills this
requirement.
3. CCN instructors are teaching a Chemeketa course and must meet the same outcomes as described on the
Chemeketa course outline.
4. The high school administrator(s) should make class visitations and annual evaluations of the CCN teacher and
course, as per contract guidelines in their district.
5. Samples of student work and/or course competency forms need to be kept on file at the high school for three years to
demonstrate grading procedures, student progress, etc.
6. Approved CCN teachers need to submit a complete list of CCN students to their administrator each year.
7. Complete student grade reports on-line and within the timeline required by the College.
IN-SERVICE/Curricular area teams:
1. College Credit Now instructors will attend an in-service and/or Curricular area meeting which is normally held on the
Chemeketa campus at least once a year to discuss issues related to teaching College Credit Now courses. Topics
may include: use of Chemeketa’s website, syllabus construction, outlines, objectives, course requirements, tests,
course changes, use of technology, classroom best practices sharing, business tours and current business standards,
and online student registration. If an instructor is unable to attend a minimum of one in-service/curricular area meeting
each year he/she is required to make special arrangements to meet with the college department liaison.
2. The high school will negotiate release time so that the high school teacher can attend the in-service/curricular area
meeting(s.)
3. The Chemeketa CCN liaison will lead the discussion at the curricular area meetings to ensure curriculum alignment &
consistency.
Administration:
1. Please direct CCN administrative type questions to the College Credit Now Department at 503.399.5239.
2. Chemeketa and the Mid-Willamette Education Consortium staff members will assist with student registration, teacher
approval, course approval, curricular area meetings, and site visitations.
3. The registration fee for all College Credit Now classes is $25 per student per year, payable to the high school.
4. Complete the Participation Form, by dates listed on the timeline.
Textbooks:
Students enrolled in the College Credit Now classes are encouraged to purchase the textbooks required for the courses. It
is an important part of the student’s education to own the book(s), learn to underline appropriately, make marginal notes if
desired, and be responsible for personal property. High schools should order the books through their own textbook
ordering process and sell them to the students through their own system.
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Changing technologies may require frequent textbook changes. If the high school cannot use the current textbook listed
on a course outline, the instructor must submit their textbook for approval by Chemeketa staff. A letter of request for
approval must state how their current text supports Chemeketa’s course outline. Please contact the Chemeketa CCN
liaison to find out the current text book, so you can order a teachers edition from the publisher.
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Currently Approved College Credit Now courses
Course
ID
Course Title
AH115
Healthcare Career Success Strat.
2
ART115
Basic Design
4
ART116
Basic Design
4
ART117
Basic Design
4
AUM151
Basic Automotive Engines
5
AUM157
Automotive Brake Systems
6
AUM168
Automotive Electrical Systems I
5
AUM184
Auto Materials & Resources
1
BA101
Intro to Business
4
BA104
Business Applications Using Math
4
BA115
Introduction to Accounting
4
BI171
Intro to Anatomy & Physiology I
BI172
CS161
Computer Science 1
4
CS162
Computer Science 2
4
CS260
Computer Science 3: Data
Structures
4
DRF101
Basic CAD for Electronics
2
DRF130
CAD 1
3
DRF131
CAD 2
3
DRF132
CAD 3
3
DRF150
Architectural Drafting 1
3
EC200
Introduction to Economics
4
ECE068A
Observing Preschool Experiences
1
ECE068B
Observing Preschool Experiences
1
ECE068C
Observing Preschool Experiences
1
3
ECE150
Intro and Observation in Early
Childhood Education
3
Intro to Anatomy & Physiology II
3
ECE155
Child Nutrition
2
BT116
Office Procedures
3
ED100
Introduction to Education
3
BT128
Intro to Records Mgt
2
EGR248
Graphics and 3-D Modeling
3
4
Credits
BT131
Electronic Calculators
2
ELT100
Electronics Fundamentals for NonMajors
CA117A
Microsoft Publisher 1
1
ELT111
Electronics Orientation
1
CA119
Office Desktop Publishing 1
4
ELT131
Electronic Concepts 1
4
CA121
Keyboarding
3
ELT254
Computer Hardware
4
CA122
Keyboarding Skillbuilding
3
EMT175
Intro to Emergency Medical Service
3
CA201D
Microsoft Word Processing 1
3
ES172
Intro to Emergency Services
4
CA205
PageMaker 1
3
Intro to Work Based Learning
1-9
CAM130
CNC Machine Setup/Operation
4
FE180A1C-8
CG110
Career and Life Planning
2
FE280B-L
Cooperative Work Experience
(Structured Work Experience)
2 - 12
CIS101
Introduction to Microcomputer
Applications
3
FLM265
Documentary Filmmaking
3
CIS120
Digital Literacy
4
FLM266
Narrative Filmmaking
3
CIS121
Intro to Programming Concepts
4
FR101
First Year French, Term 1
4
CIS125G
Intro to Computer Game Develop.
4
FR102
First Year French, Term 2
4
FR103
First Year French, Term 3
4
3
FR201
Second Year French, Term 1
4
3
FR202
Second Year French, Term 2
4
CIS133J
CIS178I
CJ100
Fundamentals of Java Programming
1
Intro to the Internet/World Wide
Web
Survey of the Criminal Justice
System
4
CJ101
Criminology
3
FR203
Second Year French, Term 3
4
COM053
Technical Report Writing
3
FRP150
Introduction to Fire Protection
3
CS133U
C++ Language
4
FRP157
Hazardous Materials Operations
3
CS160
Introduction to Computer Science
4
FRP179
Wildland Urban Interface
3
FRP256
Emergency Services Rescue
4
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Practices
HTM226
Event Management
3
FT111
Intro to Forest Resources
5
HTM232
Menu Design
3
FT141A
OR Tree & Shrub ID 1
3
JNL215
Publications Lab
2
FT141B
OR Tree & Shrub ID 2
3
JPN101
First Year Japanese, Term 1
4
GE101
Engineering Orientation
3
JPN102
First Year Japanese, Term 2
4
GE102
Engineering Computations
3
JPN103
First Year Japanese, Term 3
4
GE103
Engineering Computations
3
JPN201
Second Year Japanese, Term 1
4
GEG105
Physical Geography
4
JPN202
Second Year Japanese, Term 2
4
GEG106
Cultural Geography 1
4
JPN203
Second Year Japanese, Term 3
4
GEG107
Cultural Geography 2
4
MTH105
Intro to Contemporary Mathematics
4
GEO142
The Geology of Pacific Northwest
Volcanoes, Mountains and Glaciers
4
MTH111
College Algebra
5
GS104
General Science: Physics
4
MTH112
Trigonometry
5
GS107
General Science: Astronomy
4
MTH231
Discrete Mathematics
4
GS143
General Science: Oceanography
4
MTH232
Discrete Mathematics
4
HDF222
Family Relationships
3
MTH241
Elementary Calculus
4
HDF225
Prenatal, Infant and Toddler Dev.
3
MTH243
Probability and Statistics 1
4
HDF247
Preschool Child Development
3
MTH244
Probability and Statistics 2
4
HM120
Medical Terminology 1
3
MTH251
Differential Calculus
5
HM121
Medical Terminology 2
3
MTH252
Integral Calculus
5
HOR111
Introduction to Horticulture
3
MTH253
Series Calculus and Linear Algebra
4
HOR211
Plant Propagation
3
MUS105
History of Rock and Roll
3
HOR260
Soils, Media, and Nutrition
4
MUS197
Chorus
2
Sports Med: Prev. & Care of Athletic
Injuries
NET141
Network for Small Business
4
HPE184
3
NET142
Medium Business Networks
4
HPE285
Advanced Prev. & Care of Athletic
Injuries
4
NET143
Routing and Switching Systems
4
HPE295
Health and Fitness for Life
3
NET144
Network Design and Support
4
HST104
History of World Civilization
4
PE185AA
Sports Conditioning
1
HST105
History of World Civilization
4
PE185BJ
Beginning Basketball
1
HST106
History of World Civilization
4
PE185FD
Beginning Soccer
1
HST201
History of the United States
4
PE185VJ
Beginning Volleyball
1
HST202
History of the United States
4
PH060
Applied Physical Science
3
HST203
History of the United States
4
PH111
Physical Science for Fire Science &
Emergency Services
5
HST228
History of Modern Europe
3
PH121
Applied Physics
4
HTM100
Hospitality and Tourism Industry
3
PH122
Applied Physics
4
HTM103
Service Marketing Fundamentals
3
PH201
General Physics
5
HTM105
Food and Beverage Industry
3
PH202
General Physics
5
HTM107
Hospitality Cost Control
3
PH203
General Physics
5
HTM109
Front Desk Operations
3
PH211
Physics for Engineers & Scientists
5
HTM114
Travel Destination Geography 1
3
PH212
Physics for Engineers & Scientists
5
HTM125
Special Events Planning
3
PH213
Physics for Engineers & Scientists
5
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PS201
American Government
4
SPN212
Intermed. Spanish Convers., Term 2
3
PS202
American Government
4
SPN213
Intermed. Spanish Convers., Term 3
3
PS203
State and Local Government
4
VC130
PhotoShop 1
2
PSY100
Introduction to Psychology
4
WLD059
Ornamental Iron Work
2
SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
4
WLD077
Welding Processes
4
SPN101
First Year Spanish, Term 1
4
WLD097
Welding
2
SPN102
First Year Spanish, Term 2
4
WR115
Introduction to Composition
4
SPN103
First Year Spanish, Term 3
4
WR121
English Composition–Exposition
4
SPN201
Second Year Spanish, Term 1
4
WR122
English Comp–Argu. & Research
4
SPN202
Second Year Spanish, Term 2
4
*If you would wish for a new course to be considered for College Credit
SPN203
Second Year Spanish, Term 3
4
Now, please contact Mary Jones at 503.399.7856.
SPN211
Intermed. Spanish Convers., Term 1
3
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Procedures for Placement in College Credit Now Courses
NOTE: Picture ID and K number (Chemeketa student ID number) are required for all placement testing. Students
can take one free placement test per calendar year. All retests are $15 per sitting, whether for one or all three
portions of the placement test.
As a participant in College Credit Now you will be considered a CCC student once you apply for your K number (student
ID) and register for your CCN credits.
1. Admission Application: All CCN students must be admitted through the on-line CCN admission application. By
doing so, you will be coded with an appropriate program code that will allow you to register for a CCN course. The
admission application can be found on the MWEC website under Application Process:
www.chemeketa.edu/mwec/ccn/apply/ or paste this URL into your browser. Once you have completed the
application, you will receive an automated email with your username and Chemeketa “K” number ONLY if you have
input your SSN. Save this information to log into your My Chemeketa account. To sign in to My Chemeketa, you will
need your User Name and request a new password by clicking on the link located under the “Secure Access Login”
box. You will be asked to provide your first name, last name, social security or Chemeketa “K” number, and date of
birth; the date of birth uses pull down selection. Once you select the ‘Get Login Information’ button, an email will be
sent to your email account on file with a URL address and a token that is good for 24 hours so you can set your new
password. The password requirement is minimum of 8 characters and a maximum of 15 characters using both alpha
and numeric characters.
TIP! Even though it is not required, using your social security number may make it easier to retrieve
information from my.chemeketa.edu if you lose your username or password. If you didn't input your SSN,
please call 503.399.5239 or 503.399.7899 and identify yourself as a College Credit Now student.
2. Placement Test - Information can be found on our website under Placement Testing (only required for specific
Writing courses)
3. You can then “drop-in” to the testing annex anytime it is open (see the hours listed below). You will need a K
number (complete Step 1 above) and photo ID. You may already have one if you’ve earned credits from Chemeketa
before. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR K NUMBER AND PHOTO ID, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TEST! You
just need to take the COMPASS Writing exam, although you are encouraged to take the Reading and Math test at
the same time for no charge. Students can take one free placement test per calendar year. All retests are $15 per
time, whether for one or all three portions of the placement test.
The Testing center is located in Building 6, Room 216, and during the school year the hours are:
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (must begin test before 3 pm, lab closes @ 5:00 pm)
Tuesday
10:00 am - 8:00 pm (must begin test before 6 pm, lab closes @ 8:00 pm)
Or you may call one of the following Chemeketa outreach locations for Placement Testing hours:
Dallas Campus 503.623.5567
Yamhill Valley (McMinnville) Campus 503.472.9482
Woodburn Campus 503.981.8820
For summer hours, please check the Placement Testing website: www.chemeketa.edu/earncertdegree/testing/
If you have questions, please contact the MWEC staff at 503.399.5239.
If a group of students will be arriving together to take the placement exam, please call the testing center to make
arrangements at least three days ahead of time so that they will be prepared for the group. Once the instructor has
arranged the date and time your group will arrive, the instructor should send an email to Mary Jones:
[email protected]
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Math placement
A. The high school determines which students might benefit from enrollment in College Credit Now mathematics classes.
A College Credit Now math class requires that a student has successfully completed Algebra 2 or an equivalent
course in Intermediate Algebra.
B. High school faculty should use a variety of means to determine placement in college level mathematics courses.
1. Chemeketa Community College’s COMPASS math placement test, in the appropriate domain for transfer level
math courses.
2. Knowledge of student’s past performance in Algebra 2.
Writing placement
WR115:
A. The prerequisite for WR 115 is:
• COMPASS test score of 75-94
• All students MUST take the placement test.
WR121:
B. The prerequisite for WR 121 is:
• Successful completion of WR115 (grade of C or better), or
• COMPASS test score of 95 or better
WR122:
C. The prerequisite for WR 122 is
• Successful completion of WR121 (grade of C or better) through the College Credit Now Program.
Definition: The student has registered for WR121 credit through the College Credit Now Program and received a
C or better.
If you have questions regarding Writing placement, please contact the English CCN Program Liaison, Kevin Dye via email: [email protected]
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2012-2013 College Credit Now Instructor Participation Form
Please complete this form and send to Mary Jones, email: [email protected]
Name:
School:
I have completed the Application to Teach and been approved to offer credit through the CCN Program
I will send my syllabi for approval at a minimum of two weeks prior to the start of class. Please send your syllabi to Mary
Jones, email: [email protected]
Chemeketa Course number & Title
Estimated
Enrollment
Date student
receives final grade
Term*
select one
select one
select one
select one
select one
select one
select one
*
Fall Term – students must complete course work and receive final grade by December 10, 2012
Winter Term – students must complete course work and receive final grade by March 25, 2013
Spring Term – students must complete course work and receive final grade by June 17, 2013
You will receive an email with your registration information prior to the term you are offering credit. Please note your syllabi must
be approved at least two weeks prior to the beginning of class.
Instructor responsibilities:




Submit syllabi for approval a minimum of at least two weeks prior to the start of your class. This will ensure approval by the
first day of class.
Students will register on-line through My Chemeketa. You will inform eligible students of the correct CRN number and term
code for your course(s) to use when completing the on-line registration for your class. You will receive an email from Mary
Jones with this information as well as a link to on-line registration information for your students.
Verify class list through "My Chemeketa" http://my.chemeketa.edu on a regular basis. This is extremely important. If a
student is missing, inform the student ASAP. Please remind students of the registration deadline. If an instructor discovers a
student on the class list that doesn't belong, please call 503.399.7856.
Enter grades by the Chemeketa grading deadline: Fall: December 10, 2012; Winter: March 25, 2013; Spring: June 17, 2013.
Grades must be entered no later than 10:00 a.m.
Instructors will receive an email with grading instructions approximately two weeks prior to the grading deadline. All students must
receive a grade.
Note: For more information regarding grade changes or the appeals process please see the Chemeketa link: http://
www.chemeketa.edu/aboutchemeketa/collegelife/studentrights/rights.html
If you have any questions, please call Mary at 503.399.7856.
MWEC Main: 503.399.5239
Office Hours: 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Wednesday; 8 am – 12:30 pm Thursday
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College Credit Now 2012–2013 Calendar of Important Deadlines
Fall 2012 (201220)
Registration information will not be e-mailed to CCN teachers
until their syllabi have been approved. Once the syllabi have
been approved, registration information will be e-mailed to the
instructor.
Winter 2013 (201230)
Spring 2013 (201240)
After syllabus has been approved by the Chemeketa Department *
Deadline for Course Syllabus*
(In order to ensure approval by the first day of class, the
syllabus must be submitted by the date listed to the right or two
weeks prior to the start of your class, whichever one comes
first.)
On-line Registration Deadline
Last day to withdraw from classes w/o responsibility for
grades**
Grades must be entered on the web via My Chemeketa
(http://my.chemeketa.edu). You will be notified via e-mail with
the date that you can begin entering grades in My Chemeketa
Wednesday,
Wednesday,
Friday,
August 29, 2012
November 21, 2012
February 22, 2013
Wednesday,
Friday,
Friday,
September 21, 2012
January 4, 2013
March 29, 2013
Friday, November 16, 2012
Friday, March 1, 2013
Friday, May 24, 2013
Monday,
Monday,
Monday,
December 10, 2012
March 25, 2013
June 17, 2013
by 10:00 am
by 10:00 am
by 10:00 am
*Registrations will not be processed until course syllabus has been reviewed and approved by Chemeketa. Syllabi must be approved before the first day of class AND handed out
to the students (in either paper or digital format) on the first day of class, as is the practice at Chemeketa. This is a new policy (for some) which is intended to help kids prepare
for what it will be like in college, so please help us by following it!
**This is the date the drop form must be received by Chemeketa’s Admissions Office.
If you have questions, please contact Mary Jones via e-mail: [email protected] or phone: 503.399.7856.
College Credit Now Office Hours: Monday-Wednesday 8 am-4:30 pm; Thursday 8 am-12:30 pm;
High School Programs Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm; phone: 503.399.5293
More information regarding College Credit Now is available on our website: www.chemeketa.edu/mwec/ccn/teacher/
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Grading Instructions

Make sure your students have registered by the deadline

Check your class list(s) through My Chemeketa


Enter your grades by the deadline
Grades must be entered through your My Chemeketa: http://my.chemeketa.edu. You will be notified by e-mail
with the date that you can begin entering grades in My Chemeketa as well as instructions on how to complete
the grading process. Once you receive the grading e-mail, please log in and make sure your class list is correct, if
there is a problem, please contact Mary at 503.399.5239 as soon as possible, so the corrections can be made.
Use any computer that is connected to the Internet and has a current version of either Internet Explorer or Netscape
Navigator.
1. Go to http://my.chemeketa.edu and enter your user name and password in the fields on the left side of the screen;
click the OK button to log in. If you do not know your user name and password, contact the Information Technology
Help Desk at 503.399.7899.
2. Select Final Grade Entry from the Faculty Shortcuts pop-up list.
3. You will be asked to select a term; choose the term for which you wish to enter grades (current term) and click the
Submit Term button.
4. You will see some instructions and a ‘Select CRN’ pop-up list. The list contains all of the courses for which you have
grading authority. To assign grades, select the course from the pop-up list and click the Submit CRN
button. Reminder: If a course has recitation or lab components, final grades are always submitted in the lecture
portion of a course.
5. A list of students in the course will be displayed. Across from each student’s name, a pop-up list of grades will be
available; assign the appropriate grade for each student by selecting it from the pop-up list. . Instructor-assigned
grades include A, B, C, D, F, IB, IC, ID, or IF. Reminder: Leaving the choice as ‘None’ indicates that a grade is
missing and causes problems for student’s financial aid, transcripts, etc. and select “I” very sparingly. Do not enter
the ‘last date of attendance’ or ‘attend hours’.
6.
When you have assigned all the grades for every student in the course, click the Submit Grades button at the bottom
of the page.
7.
Repeat steps for every course you’re teaching.
8.
You may alter student grades up until the grade deadline. Follow the steps above to get to the appropriate course
and change the student grades.
Grading System
The following Grade System descriptions are from the current Chemeketa catalog and are posted for students under My
Chemeketa FAQs: Accessing Your Final Grades. For additional clarification or questions, please contact your Director’s
office.
Grade
What It Means
A
Excellent. An indication that the student has met the stated outcomes and course criteria at the highest level,
demonstrative mastery or required knowledge and skills.
B
Very Capable. An indication that the student has met the stated outcomes and course criteria at a high level,
demonstrating mastery of most required knowledge and skills.
C
Competent. An indication that the student has met the stated outcomes and course criteria but with sufficient
mastery of enough of the required knowledge and skills to be capable of success in other courses that require
this course as a prerequisite.
D
Limited Success. An indication that the student has only minimally met the stated outcomes and criteria of the
course but may not have sufficient mastery of enough of the required knowledge and skills to be capable of
success in other courses that require this course as a prerequisite.
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F
Failure. An indication that the student has not adequately met the stated outcomes and criteria of the course.
IB
Incomplete. An ‘I” must be requested by the students and is given at the instructor’s discretion when some
essential requirement of the course has not been completed, and additional time is granted for completion of
coursework. A contract will specify the length of additional time to complete the course material (standard is
one-term). If the contract is not fulfilled then the “I” grade will revert to the specified letter grade. An “I” does not
entitle a student to satisfy a prerequisite requirement for another course. (use very sparingly)
IC
ID
IF
P
DO NOT USE
NP
DO NOT USE
PL
DO NOT USE
X
DO NOT USE
R
Course Repeated. The "R" mark is used upon student request when a course taken at Chemeketa has been
repeated and the student receives a higher grade in the repeated course. If a course is repeated more than
once, only the original grade can be changed to an "R." This mark cannot be used to change "N" or "I" grades. –
DO NOT USE
M
Missing Grade. This mark appears when an instructor neglects to enter a grade for the course. Students
receiving an "M" should contact the instructor as soon as possible so that a grade change form can be
submitted to Enrollment Services to correct the omitted grade. – DO NOT USE
Grading Resources
In order to enter your grades, you must have you’re My Chemeketa user name and password! No one can enter your
grades for you because your name is tied directly to the course(s) you’re teaching. You can enter your grades anytime
during the grading period (including weekends). The information below is for those who would like assistance with the
process or who need access to a computer in order to enter grades.
Where to go for computer access and help: You can enter your grades on most any Internet-connected
computer! If you have access to a computer at home or at work, you can probably enter your grades using that
computer. Many public access locations (such as libraries and public schools) also provide access to Internet-connected
computers. Remember: you’ll need you’re My Chemeketa user name and password to get into the system! It’s a good
idea to test the computer you’re thinking of using before you need to actually enter your grades. If you can successfully
log in to My Chemeketa on the computer, you should be able to do grade entry.
Tech Hub/Digital Media Lab—Building 9, Room 126. Faculty guides are available for drop-in assistance on navigating
through My Chemeketa and they can walk you through the grade entry process.
Chemeketa Library—Building 9. Computers are available during the library’s regular hours of operation. Please check
with the library for specific hours of availability.
Chemeketa Outreach Campuses. During the grade entry period, trained staff will be available to offer assistance during
regular business hours at all four outreach campuses (Dallas, McMinnville, and Woodburn). Help also may be available
at other times; check with staff at the specific outreach campus for that information.
MWEC Office Mary Jones has received training on the grade entry process. She cannot enter grades for you, but can
help guide you through the grade entry process on My Chemeketa. If you have questions about the grade entry process,
or if you have extenuating circumstances that make it impossible to submit your grades in the timeframe allowed, please
contact MWEC. Enrollment Services staff will not be able to help you with these special cases.
If you have questions, please call MWEC @ 503.399.5239 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Wednesday; 8 am – 12:30
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Electronic Grade Changes
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Incomplete Grade Contracts
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Student information and Registration Procedures
Please complete Step 1 – Admission Application if you have not previously taken a CCN class. The application and
registration process instructions can be found on our website: www.chemeketa.edu/mwec/ccn/apply/ as well as in the
Student Handbook.
If a student has registration questions, please have them contact MWEC at 503.399.5239.
Registration Timelines
On-line Registration
Deadline
Fall 2012 (201220)
Winter 2013 (201230)
Spring 2013 (201240)
Wednesday,
Friday,
Friday,
September 21, 2012
January 4, 2013
March 29, 2013
Cost and Payment for CCN
The cost for credit earned through CCN is $25 per student per year and students can take as many classes as are
available to them at their school. This is a significantly reduced rate to the standard tuition/fees for regular CCC students
(currently $90.00 per credit). The high school will collect the fee and Chemeketa will invoice the high school at the end of
the year for the total number of students (unduplicated headcount) as part of their Connections contract.
Drop/Withdraw Policy
Students are responsible to drop CCN classes by the drop deadlines for each term if they drop the class at the high
school, or if they decide not to have a class or grade posted to their college transcript. Drop deadlines are posted on the
CCN website: College Credit Now timeline. If a student misses the drop deadline, the course will post to the transcript and
the students is responsible for the course and grade earned. If a student has any questions, please contact the College
Credit Now office at 503.399.7856. To Drop a CCN course, a student must log into their My Chemeketa account and click
on Add/Drop classes, select the course(s) to drop, and then confirm the drop. For a student to verify that a course has
actually been dropped, click on Student Menu>Registration & Schedule Menu>Student Detail Schedule. The course will
no longer show on the student’s schedule if the drop was successful. Remember, if a student does not drop by the posted
drop deadlines, he/she will be responsible for payment and the course and grade posting to the college transcript.
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Transcripts
Students have 24/7 access to their unofficial transcript and on-line ordering of official transcripts through their My
Chemeketa student account. Official transcripts cost $5 each and are sent electronically to the college or university
requested by the student.
Students are strongly advised in the Student Handbook to review their unofficial transcript after each term of CCN
registration to verify grades and courses are posted accurately. Courses are not posted to a student transcript until grades
have been posted. Courses cannot be removed from a transcript, but if an error has occurred in a grade posting we can
contact the instructor for a correction.
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Student Conduct and Cheating/Plagiarism Policies
Because CCN students are earning both high school and college credit for the CCN classes offered at the high school,
students are expected to follow student conduct policies of both the high school and the college. Student policies are
found in the college’s website: www.chemeketa.edu/aboutchemeketa/collegelife/studentrights/rights.html or in the CCN
Student Handbook.
Financial Aid Implications
The credits earned through the College Credit Now program may be considered within future financial aid awards. This is
a good reason to be very intentional about the courses and grades allowed to post to the college transcript. We
recommend only having grades or A, B and possibly C post to a transcript when you are still in high school. Please refer
to drop policies above.
FERPA Privacy Policy
FERPA stands for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. FERPA is a federal law that protects the privacy of your
educational records as a student.
Only those records defined as “directory information” may be released without the written permission of the student.
Directory information at Chemeketa includes:
1. name
2. credit hour status (time status)
3. dates and terms of enrollment
4. degree or certificate earned and dates earned (including GED certificate)
5. athletic statistics and honors
No other information contained in a student’s educational record(s) at Chemeketa may be released to persons or
organizations without the student’s prior written approval. Chemeketa may communicate with the high school at which a
CCN student is enrolled regarding the student’s CCN participation.
Students with Disabilities
High schools and colleges operate under different guidelines for students with disabilities. All eligible students are allowed
to participate in College Credit Now courses, but they must meet the college requirements to be eligible for the college
credit. Reasonable adjustments in teaching methods and/or assessment delivery that do not alter the essential content of
a course or program, may be possible, but all students must meet the student learning outcomes and the assessment
rigor of the course in order to be eligible for college credit. If special services are needed, the student will work with the
high school for these services.
For a description of the differences between high school services and college services please access the following link:
Academic Accommodations: Differences between High School and College.
Tuition waiver for CCN teachers:
The teachers that offer CCN will also receive a three credit tuition waiver. You will receive an email in June.
The tuition waivers are good from fall through summer term of the academic year following the one in which you offered a
CCN course.
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Contact Information College Credit Now
Department of High School Partnerships, Chemeketa Community College
PO Box 14007, Salem, OR 97309
College Credit Now Staff:
Dean of High School Partnerships:
College Credit Now Coordinator:
Department Specialist:
Trish Conlon
TBA
Mary Jones
Chemeketa Program Liaisons 2012-2013:
Dean/Assoc. Dean
503.399.2339
503.399.5239
503.399.7856
Liaison
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
Automotive (AUM)
Glen Miller
Steve Agee
Drafting (DRF) – use CCC syllabus so
not required to turn in syllabus unless
newly approved
Glen Miller
Mike Kelly
Electronics (ELT)
Glen Miller
Charles Sekafetz
General Engineering
Glen Miller
Mark Miller
Machining Technology (CAM)
Glen Miller
Sheldon Schnider
Network Technology (NET)
Glen Miller
Charles Sekafetz
Welding
Glen Miller
Mike Pintler
Kay Carnegie
Kay Carnegie
HEALTH SCIENCES
Health Science
(HM120/HM121/AH115)
HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT (HEALTHCARE EDUCATION CENTER-MCMINNVILLE)
Hospitality Management (HTM)
Holly Nelson
Ben Gentile
Communications (COM053)
Don Brase
Kevin Dye
Filmmaking
Don Brase
Christine Linder
Journalism (JN)
Don Brase
Bill Florence
Music (MUS)
Don Brase
Debbie Hornibrook
Visual Communications (VC)
Don Brase
Christine Linder
Criminal Justice (CJ)
Bill Klein
Debra Pillette-Stephens
Emergency Medical Technology
Bill Klein
Gregg Lander
HUMANITIES & COMMUNICATIONS
LIFE SAFETY
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(EMT/ES)
Fire Protection Technology (FRP)
Bill Klein
Bill Klein
Michael Milhausen
Karen Protiva
Michael Milhausen
Andrew Scholer
MATH & SCIENCE
Anatomy & Physiology
(BI171/BI172)
Computer Science (CS)
NATURAL RESOURCES
Agriculture
*LBCC
Agriculture (HOR)
Greg Sandor
Gail Gredler
Intro to Forest Resources (FT)
Greg Sandor
Gail Gredler
SOCIAL SCIENCE, HUMAN SERVICES, BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
Bookkeeping (BA115) – credit by
exam
R. Taylor
Carol Ottaway grades the tests
Business Technology (BA)
R. Taylor
Karen Edwards
Business Technology (BT, CA,
BA104)
R. Taylor
Carol Ottaway
Computer Science (CIS)
R. Taylor
Mandy Reininger
Early Childhood Education (ECE)
Cecelia Monto
Tamara Trattner
Education (ED)
Cecelia Monto
TBA
Human Dev. & Family Studies (HDF)
Cecelia Monto
Tamara Trattner
Jill Ward
Jill Ward
STUDENT SERVICES
Career Life Planning (CG)
*Linn Benton Community College
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Academic Program Contacts 2012-2013
Program
Director
Liaison
Art
Don Brase
Kay Bunnenberg-Boehmer
Astronomy
Michael Milhausen
Tom McDonough
Economics
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
Foreign Languages
Don Brase
Suzanne McLaughlin
General Science (GS143)
Michael Milhausen
Michael Milhausen
Geography
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
Geology
Michael Milhausen
Michael Milhausen
History
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
HPE184
Cassie Belmodis
Marty Limbird
HPE285
Cassie Belmodis
Marty Limbird
HPE295
Cassie Belmodis
Cassie Belmodis
Math
Michael Milhausen
Lisa Healey
Physical Education
Cassie Belmodis
Cassie Belmodis
Physics
Michael Milhausen
Michael Milhausen
Political Science
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
Psychology
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
Speech
Don Brase
Debbie Hornibrook
Writing
Don Brase
Kevin Dye
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Department Requirements
Applied Technology
Automotive Technology • Machining Technology • Drafting • Electronics Technology • Engineering •
Network Technology • Welding
Credits
Automotive Technology
AUM151
Basic Auto Engines
5
AUM157
Auto Brake Systems
6
AUM168
Automotive Electrical Systems I
5
AUM184
Auto Materials & Resources
1
Drafting
DRF101
Basic CAD For Electronics
2
DRF130
CAD 1
3
DRF131
CAD 2
3
DRF132
CAD 3
3
DRF150
Architectural Drafting 1
3
Electronics Technology
ELT100
Electronics Fundamentals/Non-Major
4
ELT111
Electronics Orientation
1
ELT131
Electronic Concepts I
4
ELT254
Computer Hardware
4
Engineering
EGR248
Graphics & 3-D Modeling
3
GE101
Engineering Orientation
3
GE102
Engineering Computations
3
GE103
Engineering Computations
3
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Dean
Program Liaison
Glen Miller
Steve Agee
Glen Miller
Mike Kelly
Glen Miller
Charles Sekafetz
Glen Miller
Mark Miller
Machining Technology
CAM130
CNC Machine Setup/Operation
Glen Miller
Sheldon Schnider
Glen Miller
Chuck Sekafetz
4
Network Technology
NET141
Network for Small Business
4
NET142
Medium Business Networks
4
NET143
Routing & Switching Systems
4
NET144
Network Design & Support
4
Welding
Glen Miller
WLD059
Ornamental Iron Work
2
WLD077
Welding Processes
4
WLD097
Welding
2
Mike Pintler
Minimum Qualifications:
 Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor
 Work experience in a related field
 At least 24 graduate hours in the discipline is required in some programs.
Note: some classes within these programs require a Master’s Degree. If you are interested, please contact the
MWEC office, 503.399.5239, to find out more information.
The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
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
Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)

Provide syllabus and course materials to program liaison prior to the beginning of instruction

Contact Chemeketa program liaison if procedural questions arise

Communicate directly with the Chemeketa liaison teaching the course being offered for CCN

Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.

The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.

If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.

Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and a
sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be
registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.

Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:

Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.

Include CCN teacher in program events.

Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Dean: Glen Miller • [email protected] • 503.399.6520
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Health, Human Performance & Athletics
Health and Human Performance • Athletics
Credits
Health and Human Performance
Dean
Program Liaison
Cassie
Belmodis
HPE184
Sports Medicine: Prevention & Care of
Athletic Injuries
3
Marty Limbird
HPE285
Advanced Prevention & Care of
Athletic Injuries
4
Marty Limbird
HPE295
Health & Fitness for Life
3
Cassie Belmodis
Athletics
Cassie
Belmodis
PE185AA
Sports Conditioning
1
Cassie Belmodis
PE185BJ
Beginning Basketball
1
Cassie Belmodis
PE185FD
Beginning Soccer
1
Cassie Belmodis
PE185VJ
Beginning Volleyball
1
Cassie Belmodis
Minimum Qualifications:

Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor

Work experience in a related field
The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Note: some classes within these programs require a Masters Degree. If you are interested, please contact the
MWEC office, 503.399.5239, to find out more information.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
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
Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)

Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction

Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise

Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN

Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.

The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.

If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.

Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and a
sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be
registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.

Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:

Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.

Include CCN teacher in program events.

Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Dean of Health, Human Performance & Athletics: Cassie Belmodis • [email protected] •
503.399.5159
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Health Sciences
Dental Assisting • Health Services Management • Hemodialysis Technician • Medical Office
Assisting • Nursing Education •
Pharmacy Technician
Credits
Health Services Management
AH115
Healthcare Career Success Strategies
2
HM120
Medical Terminology I
3
HM121
Medical Terminology II
3
Dean
Program Liaison
Kay Carnegie
Kay Carnegie
Minimum Qualifications:

Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor

At least 24 graduate hours in the discipline is required.
The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Expectations of CCN teachers:

Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)

Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction

Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise

Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN

Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.

The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.

If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.

Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and
a sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The
syllabus will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not
be registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.

Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:

Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.

Include CCN teacher in program events.

Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Dean: Kay Carnegie • [email protected] • 503.399.5041
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Hospitality & Tourism Management
Nutrition & Food Management
Credits
Hospitality Management
HTM100
Hospitality & Tourism Industry
3
HTM103
Service Marketing Fundamentals
3
HTM105
Food & Beverage Industry
3
HTM107
Hospitality Cost Control
3
HTM109
Front Desk Operations
3
HTM114
Travel Destination Geography 1
3
HTM125
Special Events
3
HTM226
Event Management
3
HTM232
Menu Design
3
Associate Dean
Program Liaison
Holly Nelson
Ben Gentile
Minimum Qualifications:

Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor

At least 24 graduate hours in the discipline is required.
The Program Coordinator of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine
approval.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
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
Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)

Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction

Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise

Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN

Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.

The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.

If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.

Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and
a sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The
syllabus will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not
be registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.

Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:

Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.

Include CCN teacher in program events.

Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Associate Dean: Holly Nelson • [email protected] • 503.584.7542
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Humanities & Communications
Arts • Art Glass • Communication & Performing Arts • English/Film/Journalism • Languages • Speech
• Visual Communications
Credits
Art
ART115
Basic Design
4
ART116
Basic Design
4
ART117
Basic Design
4
Communication Skills
COM053
Technical Report Writing
FLM265
Documentary Filmmaking
3
FLM266
Narrative Filmmaking
3
French
FR101
1st Year French, Term 1
4
FR102
1st Year French, Term 2
4
FR103
1st Year French, Term 3
4
FR201
2nd Year French, Term 1
4
FR202
2nd Year French, Term 2
4
FR203
2nd Year French, Term 3
4
Japanese
JPN101
1st Year Japanese, Term 1
4
JPN102
1st Year Japanese, Term 2
4
JPN103
1st Year Japanese, Term 3
4
Journalism
Publications Lab
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Introduction to Rock Music
Don Brase
Laura Mack
Don Brase
Kevin Dye
Don Brase
Christine Linder
Don Brase
Suzanne McLaughlin
Don Brase
Suzanne McLaughlin
Don Brase
Bill Florence
Don Brase
Debbie Hornibrook
2
Music
MUS105
Program Liaison
3
Filmmaking
JNL215
Dean
3
MUS197
Chorus
2
Spanish
SPN101
1st Year Spanish, Term 1
4
SPN102
1st Year Spanish, Term 2
4
SPN103
1st Year Spanish, Term 3
4
SPN201
2nd Year Spanish, Term 1
4
SPN202
2nd Year Spanish, Term 2
4
SPN203
2nd Year Spanish, Term 3
4
SPN211
Interm. Spanish Conv. Term 1
3
SPN212
Interm. Spanish Conv. Term 2
3
SPN213
Interm. Spanish Conv. Term 3
3
Speech
SP111
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Photoshop 1
Suzanne McLaughlin
Don Brase
Debbie Hornibrook
Don Brase
Christine Linder
Don Brase
Kevin Dye
3
Visual Communication
VC130
Don Brase
2
Writing
WR115
Introduction to Composition
4
WR121
English Composition - Exposition
4
WR122
English Com - Argumentation & Research
4
Art
Minimum Qualifications:
• A MFA in the studio art discipline that they are teaching, or
• Qualifying professional experience, 24 hours of graduate credit hours in the particular discipline, and
recognition as a working professional in the particular discipline that is reviewed and deemed equivalent,
plus
• A portfolio of their own artwork that provides evidence of the professional skills necessary to teach in
the discipline that the instructor would be teaching for Chemeketa college credit.
• CCN art courses should be taught separately, not concurrently, unless these art courses are taught
concurrently on campus. The majority of the foundation art courses have very different course learning
objectives and course content.
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•
Attempt to accommodate the teaching needs of a limited number of CCN students in a large classroom
setting while simultaneously high school instruction is being delivered, does not provide an equivalent
academic education, and is therefore unacceptable. We believe that a class should have a minimum of 15
students.
The establishment of supervisory contact between our program and each CCN instructor is essential.
The Art Program would provide online examples of its course projects and outcomes and in return
review the work produced in CCN art courses to assure that the instruction is equivalent. At this time the Art
Program does not have sufficient staff to coordinate with the HS instructors.
All instructors who are approved to teach CCN art courses for Chemeketa must instruct for the number
of class hours as specified in the course outline for that particular class.
All instructors must also provide a copy of the course syllabus for each course to the appropriate oncampus supervisor or outreach Associate Dean, plus a copy to the Art Program at the beginning of each
term, and must teach the approved course content, as set forth in the course outline.
English—Communication Skills, Journalism, Writing
Minimum Qualifications:
• To qualify to teach a College Credit Now English course, high school instructors must have a Masters
degree in English or a related field with a minimum of 24 hours of graduate English credit.
• To apply to teach a College Credit Now English course, prospective instructors should meet with the
English Program chair or the Associate Dean of Humanities.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
The following expectations must be met by instructors to teach Chemeketa writing courses as part of College
Credit Now:
Course Definition: Chemeketa writing courses must be taught as discreet courses as defined by the
relevant course outline, not blended into high school English or Language Arts courses or combined with one
another. This also means not giving Chemeketa credits for a certain level of success in a high school course.
Syllabi: Instructors must submit directly to Chemeketa’s English Program liaison person a separate syllabus
for each Chemeketa course not later than the first week of that course, with a copy to the College Credit Now
office. (It is preferred that this be done electronically as an attached MS Word or Rich Text Format document,
but it can also be faxed or mailed.)
All syllabi must contain the following:
• course prerequisites, if any
• the course description and outcome statements taken verbatim from the Course Outline
• the English Program’s Academic Honesty statement, verbatim, with any additional policies of the teacher
concerning the handling of plagiarism that conform to Chemeketa’s Academic Policies and Procedures
• a description of each of the major graded writing assignments required in the course as well as any exams
• a description of the teachers grading procedures
• a list of texts to be used in the course
• an indication of the daily and/or weekly schedule for course assignments
Texts: Instructors must use texts approved by Chemeketa’s English Program for each course or request a
deviation from the English Program liaison
Prerequisites: Course prerequisites, including required placement test scores for WR115 and WR121, must
be strictly enforced. Consent of instructor should be granted rarely, only to students who clearly display writing
skills at the prerequisite level and who have shown appropriate study skills and academic commitment for a
college course.
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Section limits: Writing sections at Chemeketa are capped at a maximum of 25 students, and we urge high
schools to abide by the same enrollment limits. If there are more students, we recommend that an additional
section be created.
Meetings: While College Credit Now requires instructors to attend one English in-service meeting each year,
the English Program may require a second meeting in the spring.
Questions: Questions about any of these matters should be directed to the English Program liaison person.
Languages—Spanish, French, Japanese
Minimum Qualifications (SPN101-103, SPN201-203, SPN211-213):
1. Relevant education & language proficiency, as evidenced by one of the following:
a. M.A. in target language (i.e., French, Russian, Spanish or Japanese)
b. M.A. in related field, including a minimum of 24 graduate hours in target language
c M.A. in any field plus a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree from a foreign university in which
instruction is in target language
d. M.A. in any field plus official OPI rating of Superior in the target language
2. Pedagogical expertise, as evidenced by at least one of the following:
a. Education courses, including foreign language teaching methodology
b. Teacher certification in foreign language instruction
c. Significant experience teaching foreign language
College Credit Now Instructors are required to meet the same criteria as other adjunct faculty. A Salem campus
full-time faculty member will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval. (Prospective CCN instructors are encouraged to contact the Foreign Languages Program CCN liaison, Suzanne
McLaughlin, the program chair, Ed Lazzara, for an application to teach the proposed course.)
Expectations of CCN teachers:
• Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)
• Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction
• Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise
• Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN
• Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.
• The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.
• If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.
• Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and
a sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.
• Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested and
provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Music
Minimum Qualifications:
• Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor.
• At least 24 graduate hours in the discipline are required, and
• At least 18 of these graduate credits should be directly relevant to the teaching assignment requested.
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A Salem-campus lead instructor and the Humanities and Visual Communications Department Associate Dean
will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval. (Prospective CCN instructors are
encouraged to contact the Speech, Theater, Philosophy and Music Program Chair, Count Troupe, or the Dean,
Don Brase, for an application to teach the proposed course before they teach in the College Credit Now program.)
Speech
Minimum Qualifications:
To qualify to teach a College Credit Now Speech course, high school instructors must have a Master’s Degree
in the subject area or a Master’s in a related field to the subject matter with a concentration of 24 graduate
credits in the specific subject area.
Prospective CCN instructors are encouraged to contact the Speech Program chair or the Associate Dean of
Humanities.
Expectations of instructional staff:
• Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.
• The Speech Program must approve deviations if reading and class material other than the required
text is used.
• If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
must participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.
• Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office his or her course syllabus
and sample assignments for review. The syllabus should also be provided to the campus lead instructor
for approval and will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. The program
chair can provide the name of the lead instructor for each course.
• Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to
the success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Visual Communications, Filmmaking
Educational and professional requirements:
To qualify to teach a Visual Communications course with a “VC” prefix, the CCN teacher applicant needs to have:
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A Baccalaureate degree and a minimum of three years professional graphic arts experience related to the
specific subject area taught.
OR a Master’s degree and related experience specific to the course content.
OR a related Associates Degree and a minimum of six years of related full time professional experience
A portfolio of their own work that provides evidence of the professional skills necessary to teach the specific
course content that the instructor would be teaching for Chemeketa college credit.
To qualify to teach a Visual Communications course with an “ART” or “FLM”prefix, the CCN teacher applicant
needs to have:
 A Baccalaureate degree and a minimum of three years professional graphic arts experience related to the
specific subject area taught.
 OR a Master’s degree and related experience specific to the course content.
 A portfolio of their own work that provides evidence of the professional skills necessary to teach the specific
course content that the instructor would be teaching for Chemeketa college credit.
Program participation requirements:
CCN instructors agree to:
• Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events regarding high schools, CCN or related topics.
• Participate in regular communication including attendance at annual meetings called by the VC
program instructors.
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• Provide syllabus and course materials to VC program chair prior to the beginning of instruction.
• Provide examples of assignments and student work to the VC program chair each term the course
is offered.
• Use the official Chemeketa course outline in all course syllabi.
• Follow the text and supplemental materials required for campus or online courses. Current information is
available through the Program Chair.
• VC courses should be taught separately, not concurrently unless otherwise approved by the VC program
• All instructors who are approved to teach CCN art courses for Chemeketa must instruct for the number of
class hours as specified in the course outline for that particular class.
Chemeketa VC program instructors agree to:
• Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and CCN instructors
• Include CCN instructors in VC program meetings each term
• Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructors
Dean: Don Brase • [email protected] • 503.399.2531
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Life Safety
Criminal Justice • Emergency Medical Technology • Fire Protection • Building Inspection • Public
Safety Regional Training Center
Credits
Criminal Justice
CJ100
Survey of the Criminal Justice
System
3
CJ101
Criminology
3
Emergency Medical Technology
EMT175
Intro to Emergency Medical
Services
3
ES172
Intro to Emergency Services
4
Fire Protection Technology
FRP150
Intro to Fire Protection
3
FRP157
Hazardous Materials Operations
3
FRP179
Wildland Urban Interface
3
FRP256
Emergency Services Rescue
Practices
4
Dean
Program Liaison
Bill Klein
Debra Pillette-Stephens
Bill Klein
Gregg Lander
Bill Klein
Bill Klein
Minimum Qualifications:

Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor

Work experience in a related field
The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Note: some classes within these programs require a Masters Degree. If you are interested, please contact the
MWEC office, 503.399.5239, to find out more information.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
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Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)

Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction

Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise

Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN

Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.

The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.

If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.

Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and a
sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be
registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.

Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:

Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.

Include CCN teacher in program events.

Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Dean of Life Safety: Bill Klein • [email protected] • 503.399.6240
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Math & Science
Life Science & Physical Science • Mathematics • Computer Science
Credits
Life Sciences
BI171
Intro to Anatomy & Physiology I
3
BI172
Intro to Anatomy & Physiology II
3
Computer Science
CS133U
C++ Language
4
CS160
Introduction to Computer Science
4
CS161
Computer Science 1
4
CS162
Computer Science 2
4
CS260
Computer Science 3 - Data
Structures
4
General Science
Intro to Astronomy
4
GS143
The Earth’s Oceans
4
Geology
Michael Milhausen
Karen Protiva
Michael Milhausen
Andrew Scholer
Michael Milhausen
The Geology of Pacific NW
Volcanoes, Mountains & Glaciers
4
Mathematics
Michael Milhausen
MTH105
Contemporary Math
4
MTH111
College Algebra
5
MTH112
Trigonometry
5
MTH231
Discrete Mathematics (Term 1)
4
MTH232
Discrete Mathematics (Term 2)
4
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Program Liaison
Michael Milhausen
GS107
GEO142
Dean
Lisa Healey
MTH241
Elementary Calculus
4
MTH243
Probability & Statistics 1
4
MTH244
Probability & Statistics 2
4
MTH251
Differential Calculus
5
MTH252
Integral Calculus
5
MTH253
Series Calculus & Linear Algebra
4
Physics
Michael Milhausen
GS104
General Science: Physics
4
PH060
Applied Physical Science
3
PH111
Physical Science for Fire Science
& Emergency Services
5
PH121
Applied Physics
4
PH122
Applied Physics
4
PH201
General Physics
5
PH202
General Physics
5
PH203
General Physics
5
PH211
Physics for Engineers & Scientists
5
PH212
Physics for Engineers & Scientists
5
PH213
Physics for Engineers & Scientists
5
Minimum Qualifications:

Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor

At least 30 graduate quarter hours in the discipline is required.
Mathematics Minimum Qualifications:
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A Master's Degree with at least 24 graduate quarter hours in the discipline is required for provisional
approval and 30 credits for full approval.
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The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Physics Minimum Qualifications:

A Master’s Degree with at least 24 graduate hours in Physics is required for provisional approval and 30
credits for full approval.
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The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Expectations of CCN teachers:

Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)

Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction

Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise

Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN

Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.

The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.

If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.

Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and a
sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be
registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.

Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:

Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.

Include CCN teacher in program events.

Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Dean: Michael Milhausen [email protected] • 503.399.6527
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Natural Resources
Horticulture • Forestry • Vineyard Management/Winemaking
Credits
Forestry
FT111
Intro to Forest Resources
5
FT141A
OR Tree & Shrub ID 1
3
FT141B
OR Tree & Shrub ID 2
3
Horticulture
HOR111
Intro to Horticulture
3
HOR211
Plant Propagation
3
HOR260
Soils, Media, and Nutrition
4
Associate Dean
Program Liaison
Greg Sandor
Gail Gredler
Greg Sandor
Gail Gredler
Minimum Qualifications Horticulture:
The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Teachers must complete the following requirements either at Oregon State University (OSU), Chemeketa or an
equivalent institution:
•
Three terms of Botany or Biology
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Introduction to Horticulture or equivalent experience
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At least one course in Soils
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At least one course in Plant Propagation
In addition, the candidate will submit a detailed summary of their teaching experience as related to Horticulture.
Candidates who have completed all of the above criteria will be approved so their students are eligible to
receive CCN credit for HOR 111 and 211. Teachers that have yet to complete a course in Plant Propagation,
but have met the other requirements can seek approval for HOR 111. Full approval to teach HOR 211 (Plant
Propagation) will be granted to the candidate once they have completed a Plant Propagation course (at either
OSU, Chemeketa or an equivalent institution). The candidate must submit to the MWEC office an Application
to Teach HOR 211 accompanied by a transcript record of completion for the Plant Propagation course prior to
being given approval for that course.
Preferred Qualifications—Horticulture:
The following course work is ideal. OSU courses are referenced as an example.
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Three terms of Botany or Biology
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Introduction to Horticulture (HOR111)
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At least one Plant Propagation (HOR311) course
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A Greenhouse and Nursery Production and Management (HOR361) course
•
At least one Soils (CSS205 or 305) course
•
Principles of Horticultural Technology (HOR301)
Minimum Qualifications—Forestry:
The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
•
Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and a
sample assignment for the course for review and approval. Students will not be registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.
•
Instructors must cover all the course content in the Chemeketa course outline.
•
Instructors that offer HOR 111 and/or HOR 211 for credit will be required to document student competencies
on the approved competency checklists.
•
The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.
•
Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested and
provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
•
Instructors will be required to participate annually in at least one professional development opportunity
coordinated by Chemeketa Community College.
•
Contact the CCC program if procedural questions arise.
Director: Greg Sandor • [email protected] • 503.399.6565
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Social Science, Human Services & Business Technology
Accounting • Business Technology • CIS • Early Childhood Education • Human Services • Social
Science
Credits
Business Administration
Dean or Director
Program Liaison
R. Taylor
BA101
Introduction to Business
4
Karen Edwards
BA104
Business Applications Using Math
4
Carol Ottaway
BA115
Introduction to Accounting
4
Carol Ottaway
Business Technology
BT116
Office Procedures
3
BT128
Intro to Records Management
2
BT131
Electronic Calculators
2
Computer Applications
CA117A
Microsoft Publisher 1
1
CA119
Office Desktop Publishing 1
4
CA121
Keyboarding
3
CA122
Keyboarding Skillbuilding
1
CA201D
Microsoft Word Processing 1
3
CA205
PageMaker 1
3
Computer Information Science
CIS101
Intro to Microcomputer
Applications
3
CIS120
Digital Literacy
4
CIS121
Intro to Programming Concepts
4
CIS133J
Fundamentals of Java
Programming 1
4
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R. Taylor
Carol Ottaway
R. Taylor
Carol Ottaway
R. Taylor
Mandy Reininger
CIS178I
Intro to the Internet/World Wide
Web
3
Early Childhood Education
ECE150
Intro & Observation in Early
Childhood Education
3
ECE155
Child Nutrition
2
Economics
EC200
Intro to Economics
Intro to Education
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
Cecelia Monto
Cecelia Monto
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
Cecelia Monto
Tamara Trattner
3
Geography
GEG105
Physical Geography
4
GEG106
Cultural Geography 1
4
GEG107
Cultural Geography 2
4
History
HST104
History of World Civilization
4
HST105
History of World Civilization
4
HST106
History of World Civilization
4
HST201
History of the US
4
HST202
History of the US
4
HST203
History of the US
4
HST228
History of Modern Europe
3
Human Development & Family Studies
HDF222
Family Relationships
3
HDF225
Prenatal, Infant & Toddler Dev.
3
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Tamara Trattner
4
Education
ED100
Cecelia Monto
HDF247
Preschool Child Development
3
Political Science
PS201
American Government Term 1
4
PS202
American Government Term 2
4
PS203
American Government
4
Psychology
PSY100
Intro to Psychology
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
R. Taylor
Taylor Marrow
4
Accounting, Business Technology
Minimum Qualifications:
•
Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor
•
Master’s Degree in Business Education or a related discipline, experience in teaching a variety of business/
clerical subjects at secondary or college lever, office/business/clerical experience; proficiency in teaching
and using Microsoft Office Suite.
Preferred Qualifications:
•
Current teaching experience in secondary or post-secondary institutions.
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Bilingual/Bicultural
Expectations of CCN teachers:
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•
Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)
•
Provide syllabus and course materials to program chairs prior to the beginning of instruction
•
Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise
•
Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN
•
Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline
•
The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course
•
If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.
•
Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and
a sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be registered
in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved. Note: Accounting classes
follow an entirely different process. Please contact Mary Jones at 503.399.7856.
•
Regular communication between the college program chair or their designate and the CCN instructor is
imperative to the success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend and participate in meetings and activities as requested.
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Expectations of CCC instructors:
•
Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.
•
Include CCN teachers in program events.
•
Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s).
Early Childhood Education
Minimum qualifications:
Course focused on child development and/or family relationships:
•
A Baccalaureate degree and at least one graduate class in the child development and family studies subject
area OR
•
If the baccalaureate degree is not in the child development subject area, at least 20 graduate credits in the
subject area is necessary OR
•
A Masters degree in the child development and family studies subject area
Course focused on child nutrition:
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A Baccalaureate degree and at least one graduate class in the child nutrition subject area OR
•
If the baccalaureate degree is not in the child nutrition subject area, at least 10 graduate credits in the subject area is necessary OR
•
A Masters degree in the nutrition subject area
Education
Minimum Qualifications:
•
A Masters degree in Education or related discipline with an authorization in Early Childhood, Elementary,
Middle, or High School levels.
Social Science includes: Geography, History, and Psychology
Minimum Qualifications:
•
Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor:
•
At least 24 graduate hours in the discipline is required.
•
At least 18 of these graduate credits should be directly relevant to the teaching assignment requested.
The Salem-campus lead instructor and the Social Science program Associate Dean will review the
credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Prospective CCN instructors are encouraged to teach the proposed course at Chemeketa, based on availability
of sections, before they teach in the College Credit Now program. They can submit a Chemeketa adjunct faculty application in the HR office and follow-up with the Social Science program for more information.
Expectations of CCN teachers in Social Science:
By September 15th, the College Credit Now instructor must submit to the CCN office their course syllabus,
three sample assignments, and a major test for review and approval by Social Science full-time faculty to have
a course approved for Chemeketa credit for the academic year. Students will not be registered in the
Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignments and test are approved.
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Other expectations:
•
Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which include the annual fall term meeting). At least
one CCN event must be attended each academic year for continued participation in the CCN program.
•
The syllabi will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Syllabi must
include the Chemeketa Performance-Based Learner Outcomes and explicit information on how students’
grades are determined.
•
College Credit now courses will use the most recent or the previous edition of a text.
•
Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline. This includes using the textbook approved for use in
Chemeketa courses and listed on the course outlines. (Beginning in the Fall of 2007)
• College Credit Now instructors teaching courses designed Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR)
courses are required to participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.
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The College’s Dean may observe one class session during the first term of instruction by a new instructor
and once per year thereafter. All instructors may be observed once per year.
Contact the CCC faculty liaison or lead instructor if procedural questions arise.
Expectations of CCC Faculty Liaisons or Lead Instructors:
•
Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.
•
Include CCN teachers in program events.
•
Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Interim Dean: R. Taylor • [email protected] • 503.399.6566
Director (ECE, Education, Human Development & Family Studies): Cecelia Monto •
[email protected] • 503.399.6564
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Student Services
Counseling & Student Services
Credits
Counseling & Guidance
CG110
Career/Life Planning
Dean
Program Liaison
Jill Ward
Jill Ward
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Minimum Qualifications:
 Same criteria as a full-time or adjunct instructor
 A Master’s Degree with at least 24 graduate hours in counseling is required.
 The Dean of the Department will review the credentials of a prospective instructor to determine approval.
Expectations of CCN teachers:
 Attend Chemeketa CCN program-sponsored events (which includes the annual Fall term meeting)
 Provide syllabus and course materials to program chair prior to the beginning of instruction
 Contact CCC program chairs if procedural questions arise
 Communicate directly with the CCC instructor teaching the course being offered for CCN
 Instructors will follow the Chemeketa course outline.
 The program must approve deviations from the required text and materials specified for the course.
 If the proposed course is designated a Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) course, the instructor
will participate in Chemeketa’s DPR training session before teaching the course.
 Prior to the beginning of instruction, the instructor will submit to the CCN office their course syllabus and a
sample assignment for the course for review and approval from the campus lead instructor. The syllabus
will be constructed following Chemeketa’s Syllabus Construction Handbook. Students will not be
registered in the Chemeketa course until the syllabus and sample assignment are approved.
 Regular communication between the campus lead instructor and the CCN instructor is imperative to the
success of this partnership. Instructors will be expected to attend meetings and activities as requested
and
provide input and feedback on a regular basis.
Expectations of Chemeketa liaisons:
 Regularly communicate course content changes to the CCN office and instructor.
 Include CCN teacher in program events.
 Provide timely response to questions and concerns of CCN instructor(s)
Dean, Student Services: Jill Ward • [email protected] • 503.399.8111
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Chemeketa Community College—Vision, Mission, and Values
Vision
We are committed to transforming lives and communities through exceptional learning experiences.
Mission
Chemeketa Community College values access and diversity which is affirmed by how we care, collaborate, and innovate
with each other and the community. We promise to actively support student learning from precollege to transfer or to the
workplace and lifelong learning by focusing on student success, quality, and sustainability in all of our practices and by
being responsible stewards of our resources.
Values
Our actions affirm our values, the character of the college, and how we do our work.
Diversity
We are a college community enriched by the diversity of our students, staff, and community members. Each individual
and group has the potential to contribute in our learning environment. Each has dignity. To diminish the dignity of one is to
diminish the dignity of us all.
Care
We care for, trust, and respect each other and the world around us through our words and our actions.
Innovate
We innovate through reflection, analysis, creativity, and bold ideas. We design quality instruction, programs, and services
to prepare students to meet the changing needs of our communities in a global society.
Collaborate
We collaborate with others to ensure purposeful and effective programs and services that support all students' access to
opportunities for educational achievement. We welcome diverse perspectives and encourage the free exchange of ideas.
Chemeketa’s Promises/Core Themes
Promise/Core Theme 1: College Preparation
We promise to actively encourage and support college preparation, workforce readiness, and lifelong learning.
Promise/Core Theme 2: Transfer Studies
We promise to actively encourage and support successful transition from high school to college and university study.
Promise/Core Theme 3: Workforce Education
We promise to actively encourage and support the economic vitality of our community through excellence in technical
training, workforce development, and business support.
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Academic Honesty
Academic Honesty (taken from the Student Rights and Responsibilities, section 4)
1
When an apparent violation of academic honesty occurs, the faculty member works directly with the student
according to the Chemeketa Community College Academic Honesty Policy and Procedure 5020. The faculty
member may resolve the matter by determining an appropriate course of action.
2
If the student contests the faculty member's decision, a meeting with the academic department director may be
requested.
2.1
The purpose of the meeting is for the student to hear the charges and present his/her side of the case.
2.2
The academic department director determines if the action recommended by the faculty member is appropriate.
3
If the student contests the director's decision, the student may submit a written appeal to the instructional dean.
3.1
The instructional dean considers the appeal and responds. The decision of the dean is final.
4
Further consequences may be imposed by the dean of students in cases of grievous violations of academic
honesty or for a continued pattern of violations.
5
Consequences for violations of academic honesty:
5.1
If a student is found guilty of violating academic honesty, any one or a combination of the following consequences
may be imposed by the faculty member:
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5.2
Oral or written disciplinary admonition and warning
Temporary Exclusion from class, lab, clinical not to exceed one class session
A grade of "F" or a zero for the assignment, project, or examination
The following consequence may be imposed by the faculty member after an inquiry conducted by the department
director:
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5.3
Program-based academic probation
A lower grade or a grade of "F" or "No Pass" for the course, overriding a student's ability to withdraw from the
course (in some programs, this may result in a student's removal from the program)
Requirement to attend an Academic Honesty Seminar
The following consequences may be imposed by the Dean of Students in cases of grievous acts of dishonesty or
for a continued pattern of dishonesty:
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5.4
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Disciplinary admonition and warning
Disciplinary probation with or without the loss of privileges for a definite period of time. The violation of the terms
of the disciplinary probation or the breaking of any college rule during the probation period may be grounds for
suspension or expulsion from the college
Suspension from Chemeketa Community College for a definite period of time
Expulsion from Chemeketa Community College
Some professional-technical areas have program-specific student handbooks, and in these handbooks there may
be further explanation of their unique policies and consequences.
Chemeketa Community College—Syllabus Checklist
The Opportunity Center for Teaching and Learning provides this checklist to help faculty with the creation and
development of their syllabi. To obtain a copy of the Syllabus Construction Handbook, that contains additional information
and examples, contact the Center at the Salem Campus, Building 9, Room 104, 503 399-5232 or visit the Opportunity
Center website under Resources at http://programs.chemeketa.edu/oppcenter.
Instructor Information
____ Name
____ Phone numbers
____ Prep Time
____ E-mail address
____ Chemeketa Course Title and Number and High School Course name and number
____ Required text(s) titles, authors, editions
____ Recommended books (not required)
____ Course description (directly from approved course outline- may be expanded upon)
____ Course outcomes
____ Course prerequisite(s)
Course Requirements and Schedule
____ Term schedule that includes subject matter/topics for course sessions (e.g., lectures, field trips, guest
lecturers), pre-class readings and non-graded and graded assignment due dates (e.g., homework, quizzes,
papers, projects)
____ Exam dates
____ Course requirements (exams, quizzes projects, papers) and the proportion each counts toward the final grade.
Discuss the content and format for each requirement. If class participation is a factor, explain how you will
evaluate it
Grading and Classroom Policies
____ Grading scale and standards
____ Teaching strategies and beliefs about learning
____ Student behavior expectations
____ Academic integrity statement
____ Other classroom policies
____ College-wide policies; such as procedures for special accommodations
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Teaching and Learning Center
Bldg. 9, Rm. 104 • 503.399.5095 • https://employee.chemeketa.edu/resources/crc/default.aspx
Purpose: Leading the college community in enhancing student-centered learning through curriculum development,
assessment processes, and education activities.
Check out the CRC for resources, information, and support in the following areas.
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Curriculum Design – Support in delivery of course, program, discipline, and institutional outcomes, and in the design and implementation of assessment for courses, programs, and degrees
Curriculum – Consult and provide technical assistance to design, revise, and develop curricula and complete
applications and forms
Center Activities – Coordinate and Manage:
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AAWCC Programs and Reports
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Difference, Power, and Responsibility (DPR) Cultural Literacy
Requirement
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Academic Program Reviews
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Fulbright Grants
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Accreditation
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Institutional Planning (Interim)
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Articulation Agreements
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Needs Assessment Surveys
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College-wide Curriculum Committee
Awards, Curriculum Development, and Professional Development – Coordinate and track:
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AAUW Outstanding Graduating
Woman
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Oregon Institute for Leadership Development
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Curriculum Development Funds
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Sabbaticals
Publications – Coordinate, update, and publish:
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Accreditation Reports
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Difference, Power, and Responsibility (Cultural Literacy)
Curriculum Guidelines
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Banner Catalog and Reports
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Faculty Handbook
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Credit and Non-Credit Curriculum
Guidelines
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Systems and Reference Manual for Program Chairs
Susan Murray (acting) • Lori Jones • Celeste Holman-Mallette • Dorothy Moore • Trish Bowlsby
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