Jun 20, 2024  
2017-18 Catalog 
    
2017-18 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Quarterly credit schedules are available in advance to help students plan class schedules and include days, times, locations and instructors for each class being offered.

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Occupational and Life Skills

OLS at Bellevue College is an innovative 90-credit associate degree program unlike any other program in the nation. This program gives adults with cognitive disabilities the opportunity to acquire an accredited college degree that leads to post – graduation employment rates well above the national average. The curriculum is occupational and life skills based taught through scaffold instruction and universal design. All OLS courses focus on developing critical thinking skills, soft skills, and self – determination skills. Courses incorporate service learning in the community with local businesses as a way to help students utilize new skills outside of the classroom. Students create a career pathway over a three year period that is specific to their self – identified skills, strengths, and passions. An internship of 200 hours related to that career pathway is completed during their last 2 quarters. Additional information can be found at www.OLSatBellevueCollege.com. No courses offered summer quarter.

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Oceanography

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Parent Education

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Philosophy

The Philosophy Department offers a wide variety of courses suitable for general education, personal interest, and transfer purposes. Introduction to Logic and Critical Reasoning fulfill the A.A.S Basic Skills requirement for Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning. Students pursuing an Associate in Arts and Science transfer degree may elect to complete an “academic concentration” in Philosophy by completing 20 credits in the concentration discipline. Please Note: students may apply only five credits from the concentration discipline to Basic Skills and distribution requirements. The remaining 15 credits will apply as electives.

A diverse faculty having a wide range of specialties and fields of interest teach our courses. In addition, the department offers both a tutoring service and a philosophy club, the latter hosting debates, lectures, and other presentations. For more information, please contact the Philosophy Department or visit their website at www.bellevuecollege.edu/philosophy/.

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Physical Education

A double asterisk (**) indicates a Physical Education activity course. The one-credit activity PE courses may be repeated for a maximum of 2 credits.

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